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  • Chris Beachum
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    #241257

    My separate webpage has been completely updated with 2012 Emmy Awards nomination predictions. Of course, these are very early in the season so many changes can be expected over the next few months.

    http://boomer.goldderby.com/

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    Anonymous
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    #241259

    Why are only Comedy and Movie categories showing up?

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    Chris Beachum
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    #241260

    Check again… all categories are showing up on my screen.

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    Laactingnyc
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    Do you have supporting for comedy?

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    PaulHJR
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    I think it’s highest time for multiple nominees Falco and/or Louise-Parker, two women who are slumming in TV because they can’t get movie roles to save their lives, to remove themselves from contention so Kristen Bell can get a chance at lead actress, and not this category fraud bullshit of supporting actress.  

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    Anonymous
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    As said before, there is absolutely no chance she gets a nomination.

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    Chris Beachum
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    Do you have supporting for comedy?

    Comedy supportings are predicted on the website. 

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    sorcery
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    I’m getting Kiefer Sutherland’s picture where Hugh Bonneville is supposed to be.

    Otherwise, solid predictions.

    Is early word on Magic City good? 

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    Anonymous
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    Can someone list this here?  For whatever reason, the whole list stops at movie supporting actress.

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    Chris Beachum
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    Thanks for catching that photo mistake. It is now corrected.

    I am not sure why it isn’t loading for you, but try refreshing. The final category on the page is movie supporting actor.

    Please do not post here because I need the click-throughs on that page.   

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    uncreativename
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    Most of the predictions are spot on but I do think Baranski will get a nomination. Even those who think “The Good Wife” is subpar this season all praise Baranski for her performance; she’s been given much more to do this season than in previous years.

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    Trent
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    Not seeing supporting for drama/comedy. Other than that everything is good, though I still doubt a nomination for anything House of Lies.

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    iskolar
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    I find it rather weird that if anyone will get an Emmy for Hemingway  & Gellhorn, it’s Clive Owen. I think that it will be a harsh battle ala Oscar forums on who will win between Julianne and Nicole, but Kevin Spacey and Al Pacino (if the project pushes through) are more frontrunners for Actor.

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    Very good predictions. No ridiculous oversights, though I do think you’re overstating Downton Abbey’s position, and if DA is that much of a sure thing, McGovern has to be better than 9th.

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    Chris Beachum
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    Kevin Spacey doesn’t have anything eligible for the Emmys.

    Neither does Al Pacino. His HBO movie will not be ready until later this year.

    I have heard that Clive Owen has a very flashy role, and I just don’t see much competition from anybody else. Bill Nighy was excellent in his movie, but it was certainly a quiet, non-flashy performance.  

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