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  • sitizoner
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    Battle of the redheads for Supporting Actress.. but it’s between Spacek and Adams.

    Spacek’s role isn’t showy and she’s in a September release. Plus, Searchlight has plenty of actresses to juggle this year (McCarthy, Weisz, Stone, Colman). I doubt it.

    TVFan365
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    I think if the Academy had the 5-10 nominee rule in 2004 then The Incredibles would have likely been nominated. Do you guys think if the sequel is just as good, it can get nominated this year?

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    Chances of Spacek getting in are slim. Her role isn’t big or transformative enough. She’s already won and there isn’t much hype for her to garner a second award. Adams is definitely getting in, but the win is still uncertain.

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    People say some of the most ridiculous things on this site. If Sissy gets a role that is Oscar worthy she will be rewarded. I doubt anybody was like ready to hang themselves because Frances NcDormand didn’t have two. I got a feeling HW isn’t like not sleeping at night because Amy Adams has none. She hasn’t deserved to win yet.

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    WildforFilm
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    I think if the Academy had the 5-10 nominee rule in 2004 then The Incredibles would have likely been nominated. Do you guys think if the sequel is just as good, it can get nominated this year?

    If Coco couldn’t get in last year then I highly doubt Incredibles 2 will. I know the competition will be different, but I really don’t expect Incredibles 2 to match Coco on any level other than having a higher box office. The only sequels Pixar really excelled at were the Toy Story ones, and I think Incredibles 2 will just mostly be fan-service.

    Noah Arlington
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    Best Picture:
    -A Private War
    -Backseat
    -Beautiful Boy
    -BlacKkKlansman
    -First Man
    -If Beale Street Could Talk
    -Mary Queen of Scots
    -The Old Man and the Gun
    -Radegund
    -The Women of Marwen

    Best Director:
    Damien Chazelle- First Man
    Spike Lee- BlacKkKlansman
    Barry Jenkins- If Beale Street Could Talk
    Adam McKay- Backseat
    Robert Zemeckis- The Women of Marwen

     
    Best Actor:
    Christian Bale- Backseat
    Steve Carell- The Women of Marwen
    Ryan Gosling- First Man
    Robert Redford- The Old Man and the Gun
    John David Washington- BlacKkKlansman

     
    Best Actress:
    Viola Davis- Widows
    Maggie Gyllenhaal- The Kindergarten Teacher
    Melissa McCarthy- Can You Ever Forgive Me?
    Rosamund Pike- A Private War
    Saoirse Ronan- Mary Queen of Scots

     
    Best Supporting Actor:
    Timothée Chalamet- Beautiful Boy
    Adam Driver- BlacKkKlansman
    Richard E. Grant- Can You Ever Forgive Me?
    Stephan James- If Beale Street Could Talk
    Sam Rockwell- Backseat

     
    Best Supporting Actress:
    Amy Adams- Backseat
    Claire Foy- First Man
    Regina King- If Beale Street Could Talk
    Sissy Spacek- The Old Man and the Gun
    Maura Tierney- Beautiful Boy

    Marvel
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    Has there been any word about Beale Street like test screening or anything?

    Jays
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    Has there been any word about Beale Street like test screening or anything?

    I don’t know for sure but I’m pretty sure I heard it’s inaccessible and that acting noms aren’t very likely.

    Seven
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    Realistically speaking can Christian Bale pick up a second Oscar after already winning this decade ? Since his win happened 8 years ago that would mean him literally pulling a Cate Blanchett but he just doesn’t really strike me as this kind of actor

    Noah Arlington
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    Has there been any word about Beale Street like test screening or anything?

    awardswatch says it isn’t good

    KarlVillalobos
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    Chances of Spacek getting in are slim. Her role isn’t big or transformative enough. She’s already won and there isn’t much hype for her to garner a second award. Adams is definitely getting in, but the win is still uncertain.

    Just like Frances last year… No one thought that she would be the front runner.

    Matthew Porter
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    Best Actress:

    Saoirse Ronan – Mary Queen of Scots*

    Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born

    Viola Davis – Windows

    Toni Colette – Hereditary

    5th Spot, I’m not sure yet…

    *Win

    M: The Original
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    Best Actress:

    Saoirse Ronan – Mary Queen of Scots*

    Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born

    Viola Davis – Windows

    Toni Colette – Hereditary

    5th Spot, I’m not sure yet…

    *Win

    Gaga’s not getting nominated in acting.

    Andrew Carden
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    I also, much as I adored her, don’t see Collette making the cut.

    THE OSCAR 100 (#55-51): Kim Stanley, Teri Garr, Susan Tyrrell, Patricia Neal and Meryl Streep

    Gain
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    The level of delusion in this…

    Amy Adams in The Master and Arrival towers everything DiCaprio has done. DiCaprio deserves one nomination, for The Revenant. That’s it. He didn’t even deserve the win. Jacob Tremblay acted him off the screen in Room.

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