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    Let’s continue the conversation from Part 6 here.

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    the last thread took less than one week.. it’s only getting quicker from here, ladies.

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    the last thread took less than one week.. it’s only getting quicker from here, ladies.

    we’re doing better than I expected. I never expected us to get to chapter 7 by this time

    I STAN Lady Gaga and Roddy Ricch

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    On my comment on the other chapter :

    Maybe Viola Davis wasn’t razzie worthy in Widows but she was definitely not good or Oscar nomination worthy. She was bad and the movie was 100% worse

    I STAN Lady Gaga and Roddy Ricch

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    Widows is an awful film and Viola wasn’t even top 15 last year.

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    Governors Awards are this Sunday, it’ll be interesting to see who is willing to play the hard game and campaign ultra hard to be seen.

    Particularly, since the Best Actress category is sill quite fluid apart from the top 3, there’s a chance hardcore campaigning could be the difference between getting in and not.

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    Widows is an awful film and Viola wasn’t even top 15 last year.

    Her BAFTA nom says otherwise.

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    Her BAFTA nom says otherwise.

    I meant performance wise, personally.

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    You can’t seriously compare Scarlett Johansson, the highest grossing actress of all time, to Emily “Box Office Poison” Blunt

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    You can’t seriously compare Scarlett Johansson, the highest grossing actress of all time, to Emily “Box Office Poison” Blunt

    Harsh. Blunt is far from that. Obviously their BO numbers are not comparable, but Blunt’s movies tend to do well financially.

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    You can’t seriously compare Scarlett Johansson, the highest grossing actress of all time, to Emily “Box Office Poison” Blunt

    Johansson’s only true box office hit is Lucy. She had nothing to do with the marvel films being succesful.

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    Race continues as is.

    1. Charlize Theron (Bombshell)
    2. Renee Zellweger (Judy)

    3. Scarlett Johansson (Marriage Story)
    4. Saoirse Ronan (Little Women)
    5. Lupita Nyong’o (Us)

    6. Alfree Woodard (Clemency)
    7. Awkwafina (The Farewell)

    The race is Theron vs Zellweger with Johansson as the spoiler. There’s no path for Johansson unless she wins the Drama Actress Golden Globe. But as of now its obvious the race is between the two Golden Globe frontrunners (Theron and Zellweger).

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    To all the Scarlett Johansson stans, just remember Emily Blunt last year. Another A-lister who’s still waiting for her very first Oscar nod. Unlike Scarlett Johansson, Emily Blunt is always getting nominated for precursors yet she fails to get in for the Oscars, every time. Last year she has more visibility than anybody, Box Office checked, performance checked, precursors checked, campaigning checked, yet she was shamelessly snubbed… again, I mean she even won a SAG. Mary Poppins is a previous Oscar winning role (under weird circumstances considering the Audrey Hepburn/Andrews casting fiasco), her performance wasn’t bad and her movie made more money than 4 of the BA contenders last year, everything required to warrant a nomination. If Emily Blunt had all that and couldn’t get nominated when she’s a known sweetheart, Scarlett (who’s an opened racist and defender of child molester) will certainly have hard time to do so.

    Thanks for the warning, “Marion”.

    I’m a political neophyte, compared to you. (heavy sarcasm)

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    To all the Scarlett Johansson stans, just remember Emily Blunt last year.

    Darling, tu ne comprends rien. Marriage Story is a serious threat in Best Picture. Cheap Mary Poppins was never getting a nod. Divorcing is a lock. Très mal, Marion.

    As a famous singer said, "ain't nobody gonna Thatcher, Thatcher, Thatcher!"

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