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  • ChocolateNomad
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    #1205269736

    Of course Riseborough was involved in the campaign, although likely not directly culpable for the cringe her friends wrote. That doesn’t take away from her humble beginnings or hard work, or the genuine raves she got for To Leslie.


    Mladen
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    Spreading the Love: Oscars 2023
    Best Picture: Everything Everywhere All At Once
    Best Director: The Daniels
    Best Actor: Colin Farrell
    Best Actress: Cate Blanchett
    Best Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan
    Best Supporting Actress: Angela Bassett


    Derrick Eoghan Oisín O'Callaghan
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    All the love to Sarah Polley ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️

    https://people.com/movies/women-talking-director-sarah-polley-urges-audiences-watch-till-after-oscars-snub/


    laslo
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    Good thing we have Cate Blanchett and Michelle Yeoh to serve fashion with Armani Privé during this awards season’s red carpets, because otherwise we’d be stuck with Ana de Armas and Michelle Williams wearing Louis Vuitton’s hideous looks. Kind of unrelated to the topic of discussion but I decided to comment about it since we still have some time until something new happens in this race.


    Kubrick
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    Ana De Armas- CHILE! Whew. The scenes with her mother and her in acting class were exceptional, but I’ll be damned if this wasn’t your average soft core porn you would see on Showtime honey. It was overall a porn performance without the triple X

    The way I just howled with laughter.


    MarinaBelo2
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    Yeoh needs SAG to become competitive. If anyone else(even if it’s not Blanchett) wins SAG over her, Blanchett is getting the Oscar 100%, because I doubt she loses BAFTA. Please, SAG voters, vote consciously.


    MarinaBelo2
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    I don’t get why people keep hating on Riseborough when it’s obvious Williams is the one who ‘stole’ Deadwyler’s slot with her supporting turn. Just because she’s a previous nominee in a BP nominee.

    Davis was never happening for this movie/role, she had 0 passion for it and the ranked system would’ve failed her anyway.


    FilmRoyalty
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    I can’t lie, after Gaga missed last year, I had a feeling that Davis was going to miss. Her film did well at the Box Office but there was much controversy.

    Of the nominees, until I see Riseborough, I personally think Ana had the most challenging role and she was amazing. This race will boil down to Yeoh and Blanchett.


    Manav
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    Soooo fun fact, thanks to Ridley Scott, Tar was NOT written for Cate Blanchett originally like everyone on here said. It was written for a male, and Todd couldn’t cast one, so it THEN became a role for Cate

    Is there any source for this? Because in all his interviews, Todd Field had continously insisted that he had written the role with Blanchett in mind and had Blanchett refused, the film would not have seen the light of the day. And one can believe that considering how brilliantly she is cast here.

    Or does someone have insights into why the role didn’t proceed with a male actor if Field indeed wrote it for a male?


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    Emmyfan
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    Looks like Andrea Riseborough, Frances Fisher & Co. might be in trouble. Oop.

    https://puck.news/was-the-andrea-riseborough-oscar-campaign-illegal/embed/#?secret=3Ngkgx1eza#?secret=wDSvvHgSpU

    Thank you for sharing this link to the article. Below from the article is very interesting:

    “Did the Riseborough effort violate Oscar campaign rules? I’m told the Academy is looking at this issue, and that it will likely be raised at the board of governors meeting on Tuesday.”


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    ChocolateNomad
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    Wait, even if the campaign broke Oscar rules, would it have actually broken the law? Illegal is a technical term with a precise term after all.

    To be honest, the aftertaste of the Riseborough campaign has probably eroded Riseborough’s chances for future nominations and wins – this could’ve been her To Die For moment, with people recognising a great performance after she was snubbed, building up goodwill for a nomination and or win down the road.

    Meanwhile, it essentially cemented Blanchett and Yeoh as the frontrunners. Riseborough’s nomination made the category mostly white, reducing the optics issues of Blanchett winning over a category of mostly POC actresses (had Deadwyler and Davis replaced Riseborough and Williams). Yeoh now benefits from the backlash over snubbing POC actresses (not saying that her win would come down to anger over racism, but it would be one factor in a thousand of them).

     


    Labyrinth
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    The Deadwyler snub has left such a sour taste regarding the rest of the ceremony .If she had been nominated , this year’s lineup in all categories would’ve made this one of the best years ever. Paul Mescal, Stephanie Hsu , Hong Chau , Brian Tyree Henry all getting deserved nominations and her being snubbed still hurts.


    xohours
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    idc if the campaign was genuine or not, which i highly doubt, but I hope Riseborough gets buried alive for what she did to Deadwyler, its really unfair to the latter that someone could just easily take her or even Viola’s slot just b/c she went aggressively last min basically begging for #1 votes from AMPAS indirectly, her career needs to see the end for what she did.

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