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  • Counselor
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    Amy doesn’t receive another nomination for a non-undeniable performance, thus expanding her loss count.

    let Close have company

    DamianHoffman
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    I think The Irishman will be the movie with the bigger hype and it will be the most accesible Scorsese film. But I don’t think it will win Best Picture because of Netflix. It will take longer to see that happen, Martin will probably win Directing. I predict “Fair and balanced” to win Picture. It has a huge narrative and a tremendous cast.

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    Who do you all think is going to be our Benh Zeitlin/Lenny Abrahamson/Pawel Pawlikowski of the year?

    moviefan617
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    Who do you all think is going to be our Benh Zeitlin/Lenny Abrahamson/Pawel Pawlikowski of the year?

    Well considering no one was talking about those directors at this point in those respective awards cycles, that’s a way premature question. Circle back in September/October…

    Foolio
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    Booksmart is being absolutely showered in raves. I wonder if it could be a contender beyond Original Screenplay.

    ospencer
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    Anybody saw the trailer for Good Boys? It’s getting bad reviews and won’t be a contender but god… it was funny as hell.

    Matthew anzalone
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    Booksmart is being absolutely showered in raves. I wonder if it could be a contender beyond Original Screenplay.

    It could be. Im curious to see how it does at the golden globes. Right now I have it getting into best picture musical or comedy, Best actress for Beanie feldstein, And Olivia wilde is my wild card for best director.

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    Booksmart’s success ALL depends on the Globes. But with those reviews, I’m feeling pretty good about its chances there. I mean, these reviews are starting to approach Lady Bird and Eighth Grade-level good.

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    The number of female-directed movies in the conversation this year just warms my heart. I’m predicting that we’ll have at least two women nominated for the Best Director Oscar next year. I mean, just look at this killer list!

    Andrea Berloff – The Kitchen
    Chinonye Chukwu – Clemency
    Nisha Ganatra – Late Night
    Greta Gerwig – Little Women
    Marielle Heller – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    Rachel Lears – Knock Down the House
    Kasi Lemmons – Harriet
    Melina Matsoukas – Queen & Slim
    Dee Rees – The Last Thing He Wanted
    Lulu Wang – The Farewell
    Olivia Wilde – Booksmart

    So much love for all of these women and all of the other women who have movies coming out this year, I want to send so much love and luck out in the universe for all of them to make sure they all succeed!

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    I think only Greta Gerwig and Marielle Heller have a shot at a nomination. If Little Women doesn’t flip then Gerwig will definitely get in and possibly win.

    M: The Original
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    Waiting for Natalie to win her 2nd…

    She can wait as long as it takes for Glenn to get her 1st.

    Stegeo
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    She can wait as long as it takes for Glenn to get her 1st.

    aka never?

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    The number of female-directed movies in the conversation this year just warms my heart. I’m predicting that we’ll have at least two women nominated for the Best Director Oscar next year. I mean, just look at this killer list!

    Andrea Berloff – The Kitchen
    Chinonye Chukwu – Clemency
    Nisha Ganatra – Late Night
    Greta Gerwig – Little Women
    Marielle Heller – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    Rachel Lears – Knock Down the House
    Kasi Lemmons – Harriet
    Melina Matsoukas – Queen & Slim
    Dee Rees – The Last Thing He Wanted
    Lulu Wang – The Farewell
    Olivia Wilde – Booksmart

    So much love for all of these women and all of the other women who have movies coming out this year, I want to send so much love and luck out in the universe for all of them to make sure they all succeed!

    Not to mention:

    Reed Morano, The Rhythm Section
    Marjane Satrapi, Radioactive
    Chloe Zhao, Nomadland
    Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, The Mustang
    Josephine Decker, Shirley
    Tina Gordon Chism, Little
    Roxann Dawson, Breakthrough
    Janicza Bravo, Zola
    Kelly Reichardt, First Cow
    Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy, Blow the Man Down

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    Why aren’t we predicting Frances McDormand for Nomadland ?

    Jays
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    Why aren’t we predicting Frances McDormand for Nomadland ?

    It hasn’t been confirmed to be a 2019 release yet

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