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WILD OATS (MacLaine and Lange) – theatrical release on 9/16/16

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  • Anonymous
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    I’m crushed.

    Will an original theatrical cut of this be available on DVD, cause I know it’s getting edited for tv.

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    Trailer:

    WILD OATS Trailer

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    Anonymous
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    Well, at least Lange will now get two nominations at the next Emmys. I still can’t wait to see it.

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    Anonymous
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    There are the Globes and SAG too. This could actually turn out to be a great success for MacLaine and Lange, and a nice counterbalance to the darker “Feud”.

    She still has “The Lonely Doll” coming up, which is just the kind of piece that’ll garner her a 7th nod.

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    Anonymous
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    They nominated Nicole Kidman, Susan Sarandon and Christina Ricci for SAG last year (all from Lifetime) so I have no doubt Lange will be there as well. I don’t know about MacLaine though.

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    They nominated Nicole Kidman, Susan Sarandon and Christina Ricci for SAG last year (all from Lifetime) so I have no doubt Lange will be there as well. I don’t know about MacLaine though.

    Between this and “Feud”, she’s totally winning her 4th Emmy. A snub for “Horace and Pete” will still linger in the minds of voters.

    As for MacLaine, why wouldn’t she do well?

    I really hope this gets great reviews and lots of nominations.

    It’s an action comedy that’s apparently highly emotional. We’ll see.

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    Anonymous
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    Between this and “Feud”, she’s totally winning her 4th Emmy. A snub for “Horace and Pete” will still linger in the minds of voters.

    She should. They should’ve campaigned her as Guest for Horace and Pete, most probably would’ve worked like it did for Metcalf.

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    zkrons
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    I like Lange a lot, but I feel that this might cause vote-splitting at the Emmys next year with Feud.

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    Riley
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    A snub for “Horace and Pete” will still linger in the minds of voters.

    If voters really liked her in Horace and Pete, they would not have snubbed her.

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    jjjmoss
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    I expect her to lose given the depth of the competition.

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    Anonymous
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    Please never underestimate Ms. Lange.

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    Anonymous
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    I see her nabbing a Supporting Emmy for this while Sarandon takes the Lead Emmy, her first.

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    I forgot to mention this strange tidbit.

    Apparently, TWC has “Wild Oats” listed on this week’s Rentrak report as getting a limited theatrical release in 9/16.

    WTF is going on?

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    Please never underestimate Ms. Lange.

    I approve this triptych.

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    Anonymous
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    Please never underestimate Ms. Lange.

    I approve this triptych.

    I can’t wait until she’s holding that Grammy.

    She should do a reading of Anne Sexton’s “Illuminations”.

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