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    My super early predictions for the Oscars 2021 are:

    [october 2019]

    BEST PICTURE:

    ‘Dune’

    ‘Sunset Boulevard’

    ‘Respect’

    ‘Nightmare Alley’

    ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’

    ‘Eternal Beauty’

    ‘Nomadland’

    ‘The Trial Of The Chicago 7’

    ‘The King’s Man’

    ‘Hillbilly Elegy’

    ‘Tenet’

    ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’

    ‘Lucy And Desi’

    ‘The Personal History Of David Copperfield’

    ‘Fonzo’

    ‘Ma. Rainey’s Black Bottom’

    ‘The Prom’

    ‘West Side Story’

    ‘The Tax Collector’

    ‘Radioactive’

    ‘Black Widow’

    ‘The Challenger’

    ‘Mulan’

    ‘Ammonite’

    ‘Macbeth’

    ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’

    ‘On The Rocks’

    ‘The Woman In The Window’

    ‘Land’

    ‘Da 5 Bloods’

    ‘The Many Saints Of Newark’

    ‘Louis Wain’

    ‘Soul’

    ‘Chaos Walking’

    ‘Top Gun: Maverick’

    ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’

    ‘Dolittle’

     

    BEST DIRECTOR:

    Denis Villeneuve (Dune)

    Guillermo Del Toro (Nightmare Alley)

    Christopher Nolan (Tenet)

    Rob Ashford (Sunset Boulevard)

    Chloé Zhao (Nomadland)

    runners up

    Martin Scorsese (Killers Of The Flower Moon)

    Liesl Tommy (Respect)

    Matthew Vaughn (The King’s Man)

    Craig Roberts (Eternal Beauty)

    Ron Howard (Hillbilly Elegy)

     

    BEST ACTOR

    Max Harwood (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie)

    Bradley Cooper (Nightmare Alley)

    Timothée Chalamet (Dune)

    Leonardo DiCaprio (Killers Of The Flower Moon)

    Dev Patel (The Personal History Of David Copperfield)

    next-in line

    Tom Hardy (Fonzo)

    Gabriel Basso (Hillbilly Elegy)

    Ansel Elgort (West Side Story)

    Willem Dafoe (The Last Thing He Wanted)

    Denzel Washington (Macbeth)

    Harris Dickinson (The King’s Man)

    Andrew Garfield (Mainstream)

    Tom Cruise (Top Gun: Maverick)

     

    BEST ACTRESS

    Glenn Close (Sunset Boulevard)

    Jennifer Hudson (Respect)

    Sally Hawkins (Eternal Beauty)

    Kate Winslet (Ammonite)

    Cate Blanchett (Lucy And Desi)

    next-in line

    Anne Hathaway (The Last Thing He Wanted)

    Viola Davis (Ma. Rainey’s Black Bottom)

    Amy Adams (The Woman In The Window)

    Frances McDormand (Nomadland)

    Michelle Pfeiffer (French Exit)

    Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow)

    Rooney Mara (Nightmare Alley)

    Rosamund Pike (Radioactive)

    Liu Yifei (Mulan)

     

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

    Oscar Isaac (Dune)

    Willem Dafoe (Nightmare Alley)

    Robert De Niro (Killers Of The Flower Moon)

    Antonio Banderas (Dolittle)

    Bo Hopkins (Hillbilly Elegy)

     

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

    Toni Colette (Nightmare Alley)

    Amy Adams (Hillbilly Elegy)

    Mary J. Blige (Respect)

    Rebecca Ferguson (Dune)

    Frances McDormand (The French Dispatch)

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    Dune (2020) will not be a critical, commercial, nor award season juggernaut.

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    Dune (2020) will not be a critical, commercial, nor award season juggernaut.

    I’m hoping not so M. That was a brilliant scifi novel that Lynch butchered.
    I’d like to see it as close to being done “right”. Besides, it’s Denis Villeneuve, a talented (Canadian…lol) director that could pull it off.

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    Halle Berry has begun production on her directorial debut film “Bruised.”
    She is working with John Wick producer Basil Iwanky. The film will follow the journey of a MMA fighter who walked out on her son.

    Come on Halle!!! Let’s get that historical 2nd Best Actress nod!

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    I’m hoping not so M. That was a brilliant scifi novel that Lynch butchered.
    I’d like to see it as close to being done “right”. Besides, it’s Denis Villeneuve, a talented (Canadian…lol) director that could pull it off.

    Lynch got the aesthetic and tone correct. Now it was butchered by this restrictions imposed on him by the producers.

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    Halle Berry has begun production on her directorial debut film “Bruised.”
    She is working with John Wick producer Basil Iwanky. The film will follow the journey of a MMA fighter who walked out on her son.

    Come on Halle!!! Let’s get that historical 2nd Best Actress nod!

    Sounds unusual but I continue to root for Halle Berry.

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    According to Willem Dafoe Nightmare Alley will start shooting only in March, not like was reported before in January, question is whether GdT will be able to deliver it in time for award season or perhaps he is aiming for lets say Cannes 2021.

    In theory fast post production is possible but for example Shape of water debuted full year after shooting ended.

    https://collider.com/when-does-nightmare-alley-start-filming-guillermo-del-toro/?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitter&amp&__twitter_impression=true

    I’ve had it in my 2022 predictions for months now. It’s not coming out next year.

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    Halle Berry has begun production on her directorial debut film “Bruised.” She is working with John Wick producer Basil Iwanky. The film will follow the journey of a MMA fighter who walked out on her son. Come on Halle!!! Let’s get that historical 2nd Best Actress nod!

    Lol Halle Berry is never coming back to the Oscars, much less for a film she’s directing

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    Would love for Hawkins to finally get her moment (she just got a BIFA nom for Eternal Beauty) but Glenn Close still hasn’t had hers.

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    Am I the only one who think “TENET” won’t be a huge box office hit or profit considering it’s huge $250 millions budget.

    I mean Yes,Nolan is biggest director alive and cast is stellar but none of em is superstar people will pay for just yet like DiCaprio,Cruise etc.

    It’s not an adapted script or a SuperHero movie.It is an original script.There’s no doubt Nolan and cast will blow us quality wise but $250 millions is huge.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7j7E77zTsc

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    Lol Halle Berry is never coming back to the Oscars, much less for a film she’s directing

    I believe a filmmaker will have an easier time managing a comeback performance from her in a supporting role than a headlining one.

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    I believe a filmmaker will have an easier time managing a comeback performance from her in a supporting role than a headlining one.

    I don’t even think she’ll get a baity supporting role in a good movie either though lol. She’s just so not in demand.

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    I don’t even think she’ll get a baity supporting role in a good movie either though lol. She’s just so not in demand.

    A newcomer auteur or possibly Barry Jenkins will take a chance on her in a very particular part. We can’t write her off especially when the opportunity to continue will always be there based on beauty and historic legacy alone.

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    Future Oscar nominee winner Robin Wright’s Land has apparently been filming for a bit already, so I guess the movie will indeed be ready for this next season. 

    Non-requested update: Focus Features has picked it up, with Demián Bichir and Kim Dickens co-starring. And Wright posted on Instagram about how filming is done now.

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    Also got banned because...reasons? So, I guess ciao.

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