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  • seabel
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    So, who wins (Or is the frontrunner) for Best Actress 2017?

    The Doubt girls are probably getting together again!

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    Hubert_K
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    Well maybe Vikander will be freaking fraud again because she want another nomination so much. God I liked her so much but she became so arrogant…

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    FilmGuy619
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    Queen Viola!

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    skylerbound
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    I feel like VIola will be in supporting for some reason so I voted for Ruth(Been rooting for her since Breakfast on Pluto)

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    Anonymous
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    Amy or Viola! Do not doubt them. (that was weak lol)

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    Rooney Moore
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    Favourite: Ginger girls. Least favourite: Viola Davis.

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    Anonymous
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    Umm where the fuck is Kate Beckinsale for “Love and Friendship”? You know someone who’s actually got rave reviews. Her movie is gonna be distributed by Amazon and we know streaming services do not mind spending lots of money when it comes to campaigning. The girl is gonna be in conversation wheter you like it or not.

    Most of these ladies are gonna be in flops, just like Mulligan this year. It’s always the same every year.

    As for Viola Davis if her role is borderline she should go supporting. I know she wants that golden piece of shit so badly. Although I wait with my personal category placement until I see the movie. You know I don’t want Fences to be rushed just for the sake of awards. It always ends up badly i.e. Selma, Joy, etc. Do it properly and even wait another year to release it.

    Lol at that Alicia fraud comment! Bitch is probably the most thirsty actress I’ve ever seen. That wouldn’t shock me at all if she committed another fraud next year. It’s quite disgusting. I still love her performances in Ex Machina and The Danish Girl but that doesn’t change a fact she’s little cheating scumbag.

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    Tyler [Last Name]
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    Meryl will get in for #20 because she’s Meryl Freaking Streep.

    FYC: Ready Player One. Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects, Original Score, Production Design, Director and BEST PICTURE (make it happen Oscars!!)

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    MrFilmkritik
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    01. Viola Davis, Fences
    02. Ruth Negga, Loving
    03. Amy Adams, Stoy Of Your Life/Nocturnal Animals
    04. Michelle Pfeiffer, Beat-Up Little Seagull
    05. Emily Blunt, The Girl on the Train

    06. Annette Benning, The Seagull
    07. Jessica Chastain, The Zookeeper’s Wife
    08. Marion Cotillard, Untitled WWII Movie
    09. Rosamund Pike, A United Kingdom
    10. Charlize Theron, The Last Face

    Could be a weak year for this category.

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    seabel
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    Well maybe Vikander will be freaking fraud again because she want another nomination so much. God I liked her so much but she became so arrogant…

    THE LIGHT BETWEEN THE OCEANS
    Fassbender and Vikander – Leads
    Weisz – Supporting

    There’s no fraud here. That’s how it will go. Vikander has 0 chance in supporting with Weisz in the same movie. 

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    seabel
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    Meryl will get in for #20 because she’s Meryl Freaking Streep.

    Well, the release date seems to indicate the opposite, but… Who knows? Away from her was released in May 2007 and La vie en rose in June 2007 but that was a weak year. This year looks much stronger on paper. 

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    jamesgray
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    01. Viola Davis, Fences
    02. Ruth Negga, Loving
    03. Amy Adams, Stoy Of Your Life/Nocturnal Animals
    04. Michelle Pfeiffer, Beat-Up Little Seagull
    05. Emily Blunt, The Girl on the Train

    06. Annette Benning, The Seagull
    07. Jessica Chastain, The Zookeeper’s Wife
    08. Marion Cotillard, Untitled WWII Movie
    09. Rosamund Pike, A United Kingdom
    10. Charlize Theron, The Last Face

    Could be a weak year for this category.

    ^^ WHAT? I’m thinking it will be just the opposite looking at the names you have listed above. 

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    cmhbuck
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    No chance for Sally Field for Hello, My Name is Doris?

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    Lionel Fox
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    1. Viola Davis, Fence
    2. Amy Adams, Story of Your Life
    3. Ruth Negga, Loving
    4. Michelle Pfeiffer, Beat-Up Little Seagull
    5. Emily Blunt, The Girl on the Train

    6. Jessica Chastain, The Zookeeper’s Wife
    7. Rebecca Hall, Christine
    8. Meryl Streep, Florence Foster Jenkins
    9. Alicia Vikander, The Light Between Ocean
    10. Rooney Mara, Una

     

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    MrFilmkritik
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    [quote=”MrFilmkritik”]

    01. Viola Davis, Fences
    02. Ruth Negga, Loving
    03. Amy Adams, Stoy Of Your Life/Nocturnal Animals
    04. Michelle Pfeiffer, Beat-Up Little Seagull
    05. Emily Blunt, The Girl on the Train

    06. Annette Benning, The Seagull
    07. Jessica Chastain, The Zookeeper’s Wife
    08. Marion Cotillard, Untitled WWII Movie
    09. Rosamund Pike, A United Kingdom
    10. Charlize Theron, The Last Face

    Could be a weak year for this category.

    ^^ WHAT? I’m thinking it will be just the opposite looking at the names you have listed above. 
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    Oh, I wanted to say strong. 😀

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