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  • Ryusei
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    I don’t understand why they release them to the public. Then we’re going to know exactly who they snub

    Is it really a “snub” if they don’t even make it on a list everyone and their mom is on though?

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    Miles
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    It depends on how you define snub I guess! Omit is more accurate

    Anyone know when nominations are announced?

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    Riley Chow
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    AACTA International Award for Best Film

    The Father
    Minari
    Nomadland
    Promising Young Woman
    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    AACTA International Award for Best Direction

    Pete Docter
    Soul

    Emerald Fennell
    Promising Young Woman

    David Fincher
    Mank

    Aaron Sorkin
    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    Chloé Zhao
    Nomadland

    AACTA International Award for Best Screenplay

    The Father
    Mank
    Nomadland
    Promising Young Woman
    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    AACTA International Award for Best Lead Actor

    Riz Ahmed
    Sound of Metal

    Chadwick Boseman
    Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

    Adarsh Gourav
    The White Tiger

    Anthony Hopkins
    The Father

    Gary Oldman
    Mank

    AACTA International Award for Best Lead Actress

    Viola Davis
    Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

    Vanessa Kirby
    Pieces of a Woman

    Frances McDormand
    Nomadland

    Carey Mulligan
    Promising Young Woman

    Eliza Scanlen
    Babyteeth

    AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actor

    Sacha Baron Cohen
    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    Chadwick Boseman
    Da 5 Bloods

    Ben Mendelsohn
    Babyteeth

    Mark Rylance
    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    David Strathairn
    Nomadland

    AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actress

    Maria Bakalova
    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Olivia Colman
    The Father

    Saoirse Ronan
    Ammonite

    Amanda Seyfried
    Mank

    Swankie
    Nomadland

    AACTA International Award for Best Drama

    The Crown
    I May Destroy You
    The Mandalorian
    Mystery Road
    The Queen’s Gambit

    AACTA International Award for Best Comedy

    After Life
    The Great
    Schitt’s Creek
    Sex Education
    What We Do in the Shadows

    AACTA International Award for Best Actor

    Jason Bateman
    Ozark

    Hugh Grant
    The Undoing

    Daniel Levy
    Schitt’s Creek

    Paul Mescal
    Normal People

    Aaron Pedersen
    Mystery Road

    AACTA International Award for Best Actress

    Cate Blanchett
    Mrs America

    Daisy Edgar-Jones
    Normal People

    Nicole Kidman
    The Undoing

    Catherine O’Hara
    Schitt’s Creek

    Anya Taylor-Joy
    The Queen’s Gambit

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    Riley Chow
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    That Best Film lineup is exactly what I have as the top five for the Oscars, with Minari in fifth and that is clearly the fifth of the nominees here. There is no telling what was in sixth, so that gives me hope that we have the same steep drop-off at the Oscars, resulting in the same lineup of only five Best Picture nominees.

    (An obvious answer for sixth place is Mank, but it is telling that it got everything that it could, yet still missed Film here for Minari with no other nominations. We have seen this elsewhere with Mank this season where it is not really a factor in Picture, but dominates in nomination count.)

    How on point these nominations are as Oscar predictors in Picture and Screenplay makes the divergence in the acting categories all the more glaring. The Daniel Kaluuya snub is especially bad. Late-breaking contenders regularly miss SAG, but not AACTA, be it Daniel Day-Lewis in Phantom Thread, Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, Jennifer Jason Leigh in The Hateful Eight or the Little Women. Missing AACTA after getting SAG and then getting nominated for the Oscar is nothing new, but going on to win the Oscar is unheard of. We also saw Judas and the Black Messiah on five longlists here, so they were aware enough of it that a win-competitive performance should have been able to be nominated over all of the filler nominees that we got in the category, not to mention that they nominated Kaluuya for Get Out. Even with vote-splitting, Sacha Baron Cohen has no competition here.

    This is a huge blow to Delroy Lindo and Paul Raci, especially since I have already written off the former at BAFTA and with Chadwick Boseman being nominated in supporting here for Da 5 Bloods. I have moved Gary Oldman up to fourth, Lindo down to fifth and Steven Yeun down to sixth.

    You will still be early if you join me on this Olivia Colman train that I have been riding forever. I feel better about having Maria Bakalova in second too. AACTA nominated Minari in Film, plus Awkwafina and Song Kang Ho last year. They previously nominated Glenn Close for The Wife (and Amy Adams for Arrival), yet Close is snubbed now.

    I cannot explain the Adarsh Gourav or Pete Docter nominations. Those are the most offbeat nominations that we have ever seen from AACTA. Basically everyone else has been an Oscar frontrunner or Australian.

    This group did not even nominate Yalitza Aparicio and they still awarded Roma, so Nomadland is definitely winning with those Swankie and David Strathairn nominations. I honestly do not remember Swankie, so I cannot believe that the chatter for her has materialized into an industry nomination. Good to see The Father and Promising Young Woman also dominant as I have been saying.

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    Don’t even have time to be angry at the Lindo snub because I’m so genuinely baffled at the Docter nomination.

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    Riley Chow
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    What?

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    AmnistY21
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    I could see Adarsh Gourav getting a nom at BAFTA too.

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    James Gibson
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    Many bad choices

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    Damiansport1
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    That Best Film lineup is exactly what I have as the top five for the Oscars, with Minari in fifth and that is clearly the fifth of the nominees here. There is no telling what was in sixth, so that gives me hope that we have the same steep drop-off at the Oscars, resulting in the same lineup of only five Best Picture nominees.

    (An obvious answer for sixth place is Mank, but it is telling that it got everything that it could, yet still missed Film here for Minari with no other nominations. We have seen this elsewhere with Mank this season where it is not really a factor in Picture, but dominates in nomination count.)

    How on point these nominations are as Oscar predictors in Picture and Screenplay makes the divergence in the acting categories all the more glaring. The Daniel Kaluuya snub is especially bad. Late-breaking contenders regularly miss SAG, but not AACTA, be it Daniel Day-Lewis in Phantom Thread, Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, Jennifer Jason Leigh in The Hateful Eight or the Little Women. Missing AACTA after getting SAG and then getting nominated for the Oscar is nothing new, but going on to win the Oscar is unheard of. We also saw Judas and the Black Messiah on five longlists here, so they were aware enough of it that a win-competitive performance should have been able to be nominated over all of the filler nominees that we got in the category, not to mention that they nominated Kaluuya for Get Out. Even with vote-splitting, Sacha Baron Cohen has no competition here.

    This is a huge blow to Delroy Lindo and Paul Raci, especially since I have already written off the former at BAFTA and with Chadwick Boseman being nominated in supporting here for Da 5 Bloods. I have moved Gary Oldman up to fourth, Lindo down to fifth and Steven Yeun down to sixth.

    You will still be early if you join me on this Olivia Colman train that I have been riding forever. I feel better about having Maria Bakalova in second too. AACTA nominated Minari in Film, plus Awkwafina and Song Kang Ho last year. They previously nominated Glenn Close for The Wife (and Amy Adams for Arrival), yet Close is snubbed now.

    I cannot explain the Adarsh Gourav or Pete Docter nominations. Those are the most offbeat nominations that we have ever seen from AACTA. Basically everyone else has been an Oscar frontrunner or Australian.

    This group did not even nominate Yalitza Aparicio and they still awarded Roma, so Nomadland is definitely winning with those Swankie and David Strathairn nominations. I honestly do not remember Swankie, so I cannot believe that the chatter for her has materialized into an industry nomination. Good to see The Father and Promising Young Woman also dominant as I have been saying.

    Wait, you still have Lindo ahead of Yeun for Oscars? That doesn’t make any sense. Lindo is missing everywhere, while Yeun made SAG and has TOP5 film. He is clearly in fifth right now.

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    SN
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    The sample size for the AACTA is quite small. I think it’s still too early to say how bad being snubbed there is.

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    William Gillquist
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    Finally, someone nominated Pete Docter!

    FYC Oscars: Licorice Pizza (Best Picture, Best Director, Original Screenplay), The Mitchells vs The Machines (Best Picture, Animated Feature, Original Screenplay), Wes Anderson (Best Director), Denzel Washington (The Tragedy of MacBeth), Andrew Garfield and Robin de Jesus (Tick, Tick...BOOM!), Jayne Houdyshell (The Humans), Stephen Karam (Adapted Screenplay), Attica and Summer of Soul (Best Documentary)

    FYC Razzies: Dear Evan Hansen (in all eligible categories)

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    Gwen
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    Kaluuya and Close, the two I predict winning in the supporting categories, both snubbed. Uhm.

    Jodie Comer supremacy

    FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION:

    Everything Everywhere All at Once in all categories
    Luca Guadagnino for Best Director
    Martin McDonagh for Best Adapted Screenplay
    Brendan Fraser, Colin Farrell for Best Leading Actor
    Brendan Gleeson for Best Supporting Actor
    Hong Chau for Best Supporting Actress

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