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January 19, 2020 at 8:49 pm #1203294107
If they truly didn’t like her she wouldn’t be winning. But yeah it does feel like their was some tension but it was much better than that of the golden globes and her and Joaquins speeches were great
It’s definitely not tension in the way you’re saying it.
Also if you check up awards winners acceptable speeches vids, y’all would see people always listen like that. Not everyone is uncivilized lol, they just listen carefully, it’s not the Billboard music awards or some MTV vma’s.January 19, 2020 at 10:23 pm #1203294275
ugh cant believe renee is going to win for such a basic part.
Since when has Judy Garland ever been considered basic?
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Josh O'Connor (The Crown)
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: D'Arcy Carden (The Good Place)
Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series: Toni Collette (Unbelievable)January 19, 2020 at 11:40 pm #1203294347
Renee is steamrolling- pulling for Ronan at the BAFTAs but we’ll see.January 20, 2020 at 12:31 am #1203294401
The “tension” with Renée again I think is just getting reacclimated to her after a long awards hiatus. Her acceptance speeches have come across somewhat odd and affacted, and I particularly find her Texan drawl “hey y’allzzz!” being excessively put-upon and self-serving. As superficial as this all is, she looks markedly different now, and that double standard serves women far worse than it does for men of the same age and older. Some see her coasting to a second Oscar win for a marginal film like “Judy” as being overkill, even if this is a “Justice for Garland”-level sentimental vote that the Academy can rest its collective heads on for its past injustices. It’s not knocking Renée’s work or commitment to the performance, which was far better than the film that contained it, but she’s extremely lucky that she landed in a weak category field like this and playing such a beloved icon. If only Glenn Close could have been this lucky in the past…January 20, 2020 at 5:12 am #1203294556
I wouldn’t be worried for a Glenn Close, the best thing she could have done was to show up at this events like she did graciously. Just like Dern, she’s winning the BSA next year, but at least she will have THE performance.January 20, 2020 at 5:15 am #1203294563
Sean Penn I’ll give you but was Casey Affleck widely disliked or did people just find him shrug worthy personality wise.January 20, 2020 at 5:41 am #1203294622
I wouldn’t be worried for a Glenn Close, the best thing she could have done was to show up at this events like she did graciously. Just like Dern, she’s winning the BSA next year, but at least she will have THE performance.
I love how she was the only SAG winner from year presenting last night.
She’s starting her campaign early and hopefully she finally wins her Oscar soonJanuary 20, 2020 at 5:47 am #1203294632
There was definitely an error in the SAG envelope. Erivo is the rightful winner.
She’s coming for that Oscar in “Harriet”. Be ready for this amazing moment.January 20, 2020 at 6:01 am #1203294646
To think that Erivo was the early frontrunner for Best Actress at this point last yearJanuary 20, 2020 at 6:24 am #1203294650
To think that Erivo was the early frontrunner for Best Actress at this point last year
On paper it was a perfectly logical prediction, sight unseen. Harriet just needed to be a better film than it ended up being. This time last year I couldn’t help anticipating Harriet Tubman becoming an Oscar-winning role and Erivo making history as the second black woman to win Best Actress. The overall weakness of Harriet was such a wasted opportunity.January 20, 2020 at 7:29 am #1203294720
This is unfounded bullshit.
I mean, he’s kinda right. I’d be happy to get recognition from the major critics groups, but all season they awarded Sandler, Banderas, and Driver their major awards. Then Joaquin won the Globes so instead of voting for their favorites all year they went into Oscar prediction mode lol. Same for Best Actress and Supporting Actress
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