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  • Norma Jeane
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    Austin Butler is the new Hollywood sensation.❤️❤️❤️


    Jacob "Oscar Boy" Boe
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    Austin Butler is the new Hollywood sensation.❤️❤️

    You’ve lost your annoyance factor and now just make me laugh. Thanks for that ❤️❤️❤️

    Top Ten 2022 Films:
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    4. The Batman
    5. TAR
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    Austin Butler is best. If you will back to history, there are many celebrities of women Activists that we can’t forget.


    Ed Distasio
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    the elvis haters are in denial but  butler is winning


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    Austin will prob perform a medley at the oscars, mark my words

    A little bit of Magic never hurt anybody.

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    I’m feeling pretty good about Fraser, Farrell, and Butler, and I’ve got Diego Calva sight unseen. Pretty stumped for the final spot, is anyone particularly confident or passionate about another contender and wants to make the case as to why? I’ve got Bill Nighy for now but with very little confidence.


    Bonehead
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    I’m feeling pretty good about Fraser, Farrell, and Butler, and I’ve got Diego Calva sight unseen. Pretty stumped for the final spot, is anyone particularly confident or passionate about another contender and wants to make the case as to why? I’ve got Bill Nighy for now but with very little confidence.

    I’ve moved Bill Nighy up to 2, ahead of Fraser, and below Farrell, at least for nominations.

    Living could be Christmas catnip to certain Oscar voters, and it’s being shipped to them directly by Sony campaign strategists.

    "I wasn't trying to be nice. I was trying to be accurate."


    BurgerFriesSoda
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    I’m not sure why Nighy is being underestimated. Sony Pictures Classics, Brit with support from Brits, character actor with years under the belt, film designed to highlight the role, that role focusing on aging/mortality, never been nominated, etc etc. I’m not confident at the moment in the win, but I’m not more confident anybody else is getting a nomination as much as I am him.


    Setia Yasmine Khalil
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    I’m not sure why Nighy is being underestimated. Sony Pictures Classics, Brit with support from Brits, character actor with years under the belt, film designed to highlight the role, that role focusing on aging/mortality, never been nominated, etc etc. I’m not confident at the moment in the win, but I’m not more confident anybody else is getting a nomination as much as I am him.

    it’s because his role is subtle


    BurgerFriesSoda
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    it’s because his role is subtle

    That sometimes fails a performance for a nomination, but not usually when it’s someone of Nighy’s stature or if the subtle role is the main highlight without any other focus. This category frequently recognizes subtler performances once in a while.


    Setia Yasmine Khalil
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    That sometimes fails a performance for a nomination, but not usually when it’s someone of Nighy’s stature or if the subtle role is the main highlight without any other focus. This category frequently recognizes subtler performances once in a while.

    hopefully


    sarahvsmovies
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    I’ve got Nighy easily in my #4 spot and will probably move him up to three. Like everyone else has pointed out, there’s lots going in his favor for a nomination. I’m not sure why there’s any lack of confidence in him, this type of nomination happens frequently.

    The real fight right now, to me, is that last spot. I currently still have Jackman rounding out the 5. I just really think him being seen as giving a great performance in The Son despite reviews + his penchant to campaign + favor among the acting branch will get him a nomination. I could replace him with Calva if Babylon is a hit. If Mescal or Pope pick up any momentum I’d LOVE a reason to slide them in and would jump for it. Although, I think they’ll be Hawke’d/Cage’d this year and do well among critics awards but not among precursors. I don’t really see anyone else in the conversation.


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    I think Song Kang-ho is going to be nominated, he might as well win one of the trifecta.


    Norma Jeane
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    Song Kang-ho is not happening.


    Norma Jeane
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    1. Austin Butler
    2. Colin Farrell
    3. Brendan Fraser
    4. Diego Calva
    5. Tom Cruise

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