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Best double-nominated supporting performance pair
Almost Famous (Hudson / McDormand)
Gosford Park (Mirren / Smith)
Chicago (Zeta-Jones / Queen Latifah)
Babel (Barraza / Kikuchi)
Doubt (Adams / Davis)
Up in the Air (Farmiga / Kendrick)
The Fighter (Adams / Leo)
The Help (Chastain / Spencer)
Three Billboards (Rockwell / Harrelson)
The Irishman (Pacino / Pesci)
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    wolfali
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    I disagree. Zeta-Jones (although very deserving of her Oscar) is very clearly the co-lead of Chicago. The whole musical is about Roxie and Velma (I mean the Nowadays number literally recognises that) and unlike Stone and Weisz, Zeta-Jones actually competed in Lead at a major awards ceremony.

    FYC OSCARS : PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN IN ALL CATEGORIES (ESP. ACTRESS – Carey Mulligan AND ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY — EMERALD FENNELL), VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", ESSIE DAVIS FOR "BABYTEETH"

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    Strictly based on performances, I probably would’ve voted for Stone/Weisz even though I think Stone was the true lead of THE FAVOURITE. I think Weisz was BARELY supporting.

    I did vote for Pacino/Pesci but I strongly considered Harrelson/Rockwell.

    I also want to give a shoutout to Burstyn/Leachman for THE LAST PICTURE SHOW.

    “The art of making art is putting it together...”

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    Stone should have been Lead for The Favourite but given that she was campaigned and nominated in Supporting I think it’s fair to include her and Weisz in this poll.

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    Easily Al Pacino and Joe Pesci in The Irishman.

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    Strictly based on performances, I probably would’ve voted for Stone/Weisz even though I think Stone was the true lead of THE FAVOURITE. I think Weisz was BARELY supporting.

    I did vote for Pacino/Pesci but I strongly considered Harrelson/Rockwell.

    I also want to give a shoutout to Burstyn/Leachman for THE LAST PICTURE SHOW.

    I’m curious if it’s a hot take for me to say I preferred Burstyn?

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    Chastain and Spencer were great in The Help although Bryce Dallas Howard also deserved a nomination!

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    Sorry girls, i was zoning out when i was sifting through the 2018 oscars.

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    Al Pacino and Joe Pesci gave acting masterclasses, Pesci should’ve won the oscar.

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    The Help may not have aged well, but Spencer and Chastain remain immortal.

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    My vote is for two The Favourite actresses.

    The Irishman and Almost Famous pair runner ups!

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    Yeahhh, Stone/Weisz. “The Favourite” is the best film of this lot, and even though I think Stone was the only lead, I’ll defer to how the Academy nominated them.

    Voted for #2 choice and the only pair I see listed as both being win-worthy, which is Adams/Leo.

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    Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz. Point blank and the .

    FYC

    Picture: "Minari"
    Director: Chloé Zhao, "Nomadland"
    Actor: Delroy Lindo, "Da 5 Bloods"
    Actress: Carey Mulligan, "Promising Young Woman"
    Supporting Actor: Glynn Turman, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom"
    Supporting Actress: Youn Yuh-jung, "Minari"

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    The Help (Chastain / Spencer)

    Chicago (Zeta-Jones / Queen Latifah)

    Almost Famous (Hudson / McDormand)

    Babel (Barraza / Kikuchi)

    Three Billboards (Rockwell / Harrelson)

    Doubt (Adams / Davis)

    The Fighter (Adams / Leo)

    Up in the Air (Farmiga / Kendrick)

    Gosford Park (Mirren / Smith)

     

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    Stone should have been Lead for The Favourite but given that she was campaigned and nominated in Supporting I think it’s fair to include her and Weisz in this poll.

    I wish Stone hadn’t won for La La Land… She would have then probably been campaigned and nominated as a lead for The Favourite. She may have even won and what a glorious win it would have been 😭

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    The Irishman definitely. Of the nominees, Pesci should have won….

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