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Will Eddie Redmayne win back-to-back oscars for The Danish Girl?

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  • Evergreen
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    What do you think?

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    AMG
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    Eddie Redmayne OBE now – he has been honoured in The Queen’s Brithday Honours List.

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    AMG
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    But in answer to the question, I have to say YES he can. Look, he’s my profile pic STILL! It would be weird if I said no.

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    24Emmy
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    No. It’s best to take the field when it’s only June.

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    DominicCobb
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    Let’s hope not. 

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    Halo_Insider
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    Probably not. The last time it happened for an actor, it involved Tom Hanks following up his “I’m a dramatic actor” movie with “I’m completely dominating the zeitgeist and earning over $600 million worldwide” movie.

    If The Danish Girl ends up being the film of the year, then it’s possible, but otherwise, someone else with a powerful enough narrative will probably emerge as the victor.

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    Tye-Grr
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    Norrrrr. 

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    FilmGuy619
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    #188437

    Please, No! 

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    babypook
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    Well, it’s June. But why not?

    Oscar, Razzie, Oscar. Has this ever happened before?

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    JB
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    I think it’s not too likely , but it’s certianly possible. Redmayne is a brilliant actor and the role is a great one. We’ll see… For some reason, I feel like it may finally be DiCaprio’s year or Gyllenhaal. 

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Eddie Redmayne doing what only two other men have done before? No. He didn’t even deserve to win against Michael Keaton in the first place, but I wouldn’t be against his second win. It looks good.

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    manakamana
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    It’s a tough thing to do, but I do think “The Danish Girl” is coming out at a very strong moment for the transgender movement and, imo, looks to be the one to beat for the Oscar right now in general unless Marty can cut “Silence” by year’s end — whether people want to keep underestimating the film and Eddie (AGAIN) is up to them, but they do so at their own peril.  

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    twenty
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    Eddie has a great transformation at hand+Biopic .I feel The Danish Girl will be big, and at this point in the Oscar race my bet is on him. Looking at the race this early I guess his major competition is in DiCaprio.(transformation + real life character).I love when new records are set or broken ,so would be thrilled if its back to back for eddie.

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    Evergreen
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    It’s a tough thing to do, but I do think “The Danish Girl” is coming out at a very strong moment for the transgender movement and, imo, looks to be the one to beat for the Oscar right now in general unless Marty can cut “Silence” by year’s end — whether people want to keep underestimating the film and Eddie (AGAIN) is up to them, but they do so at their own peril.  

    I think the five will be

    1. Eddie Redmayne, The Danish Girl

    2. Leo DiCaprio, The Revenant

    3. Michael Fassbender, Steve Jobs

    4. Ben Foster, The Program 

    5. Jake Gyllenhaal, Southpaw

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    KyleBailey
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    No one can answer this with a straight face until like November 

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