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  • oscarin7
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    Darling, I’m probably going take some time off from this forum to focus on my thesis lol. Also, I’m not going to follow this race anymore until the nominations morning for the shock factor. Here I’m posting my October predictions: Bye darling (nobody going to miss me anyway lol) Sorry If I ever offend anyone here.

    This lineup though. 💕


    Vicki Leekx
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    Darling, I’m probably going take some time off from this forum to focus on my thesis lol. Also, I’m not going to follow this race anymore until the nominations morning for the shock factor. Here I’m posting my October predictions: Bye darling (nobody going to miss me anyway lol) Sorry If I ever offend anyone here.

    Babe, don’t leave, your sanity is needed here! Anyway good luck with your studies 😘

    FYC:

    Zar Amir Ebrahimi - Holy Spider (Best Actress)
    Ana de Armas, Julianne Nicholson - Blonde (Best Actress, Supporting Actress)
    Samantha Morton - She Said (Best Supporting Actress)
    Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin (Best Supporting Actress)


    Lydia 3rd Oscar TAR
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    When Blanchett gets her 8th nomination she will be the 4th actress in ranking:

    Streep 21 noms 3 wins
    Hepburn 12 noms 4 wins
    Davis 10 noms 2 wins

    2023 Oscar
    Best Picture: The Way of The Wind
    Best Director: Decision to Leave
    Best Actress: TAR
    Best Actor: The Whale
    Best Supporting Actress: The Whale
    Best Supporting Actor: Poor Things


    Lydia 3rd Oscar TAR
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    Darling, I’m probably going take some time off from this forum to focus on my thesis lol. Also, I’m not going to follow this race anymore until the nominations morning for the shock factor. Here I’m posting my October predictions:

    Bye darling (nobody going to miss me anyway lol)
    Sorry If I ever offend anyone here.

    Oh no! I am gonna miss you! And good luck with your STUDies 🙂

    2023 Oscar
    Best Picture: The Way of The Wind
    Best Director: Decision to Leave
    Best Actress: TAR
    Best Actor: The Whale
    Best Supporting Actress: The Whale
    Best Supporting Actor: Poor Things


    GD
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    When Blanchett gets her 8th nomination she will be the 4th actress in ranking: Streep 21 noms 3 wins Hepburn 12 noms 4 wins Davis 10 noms 2 wins

    Kate Winslet needs to join them asap


    Kins_le
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    Meloni in Italy, Orban in Hungary, Morawiekci in Poland and the two strongest of all- Bolsonaro in Brazil and Modi in India. The right wing is becoming powerful. Orban is not going away soon, neither is Morawiecki. Bolsonaro may lose this time but Modi is definitely winning again.


    Manav
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    Kate Winslet needs to join them asap

    2024. 


    Bonehead
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    2024.

    That must be the new Andy Samberg movie


    Manav
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    That must be the new Andy Samberg movie

    Yeah it is although it’s weird to call it an Andy Samberg film when Marion Cotillard, Jude Law, Josh O’Connor and Andrea Riseborough also star in it in addition to Kate Winslet. Baity film based on a real life person. I’m keen to see how will something like Film Twitter receive it considering it’s both an Oscar bait biopic on one side but a really complex story of a trailblazing woman on the other side.


    wallflower
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    Meloni in Italy, Orban in Hungary, Morawiekci in Poland and the two strongest of all- Bolsonaro in Brazil and Modi in India. The right wing is becoming powerful. Orban is not going away soon, neither is Morawiecki. Bolsonaro may lose this time but Modi is definitely winning again.

    ??


    MysticMagix
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    <p style=”text-align: right;”>

    When Blanchett gets her 8th nomination she will be the 4th actress in ranking: Streep 21 noms 3 wins Hepburn 12 noms 4 wins Davis 10 noms 2 wins

    </p>
     

    Everytime i see how many noms streep has …it annoys me. Lbr, that took so many other actresses spots and contributed to actress of color missing out on a nom. 21?? Thats outrageous

    A little bit of Magic never hurt anybody.

    ~ MYSTIC


    Harmen Moes
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    Darling, I’m probably going take some time off from this forum to focus on my thesis lol. Also, I’m not going to follow this race anymore until the nominations morning for the shock factor. Here I’m posting my October predictions: Bye darling (nobody going to miss me anyway lol) Sorry If I ever offend anyone here.

     

    What app did you make this in?


    Rachel615
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    When Blanchett gets her 8th nomination she will be the 4th actress in ranking:

    Streep 21 noms 3 wins
    Hepburn 12 noms 4 wins
    Davis 10 noms 2 wins

    In number of nominations she’ll be tied with Judi Dench, Geraldine Page and Glenn Close, but she’ll be the only actress with 8 nominations who has 2 wins.

    In terms of overall rankings, I still think of actresses with 3 wins such as Ingrid Bergman (who had “only” 7 nominations) and Frances McDormand (who has 6 nominations), as being “ahead” of her but I also think a third win for Cate, even if not attained this year, is almost inevitable, and an eventual fourth win certainly wouldn’t surprise me.


    Kins_le
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    ??

    Right wing governments won’t gel well with Biden and Macron


    jjjmoss
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    <p style=”text-align: right;”> </p> Everytime i see how many noms streep has …it annoys me. Lbr, that took so many other actresses spots and contributed to actress of color missing out on a nom. 21?? Thats outrageous

    let us investigate this complaint for who was likely in contention. for lead:

    1981 sally field

    1982 diane keaton

    1983 anne bancroft

    1985 kathleen turner

    1987 rachel chagall

    1988 shirley maclaine

    1990 mia farrow

    1995 nicole kidman

    1998 jane horrocks

    1999 sigourney weaver

    2006 maggie gyllenhaal

    2008 kate winslet for rev road but since that wasn’t possible…kristin scott thomas

    2009 emily blunt

    2011 tilda swinton

    2013 emma thompson

    2016 amy adams

    2017 judi dench

    Not seeing a ton of POC as you claim.

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