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  • aahoto
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    Luca, I agree with you. Margot Robbie might as well end the drought by winning an Oscar either for ‘Ruin,’ ‘Fair and Balanced,’ or ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.’ The last one kinda reminds us of the current movie ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ in which Rami Malek portrays the late Freddie Mercury. If that will happen, she will follow in footsteps of Cate Blanchett and Nicole Kidman (fellow Aussie costar of Fair and Balanced), making her the third Australian actress to win an Academy Award.

    Drought? Are you arguing that Robbie is overdue already? She’s a newcomer with one nomination!

    O´Hara
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    Everyone is overdue in 2019, even Lady Gaga.Where have you been?

    BICTH
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    I have just witnessed the best supporting performance of the year. Cynthia Erivo in Bad Times at the El Royale is simply out of this world good. She should be the one sweeping critics awards not Regina. And to those saying diversity whenever they have a chance here’s your lady. The one that actually would deserve it. I cannot believe how horribly overlooked she was. Mark my words, this woman has future golden dildo winner written all over her.

    welcome back henny, without you this forum feels as empty as my butthole

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    I have just witnessed the best supporting performance of the year. Cynthia Erivo in Bad Times at the El Royale is simply out of this world good. She should be the one sweeping critics awards not Regina. And to those saying diversity whenever they have a chance here’s your lady. The one that actually would deserve it. I cannot believe how horribly overlooked she was. Mark my words, this woman has future golden dildo winner written all over her.

    I love King and want her to win, but Erivo is outstanding and her lack of attention is criminal. She stole that movie. But it’s fine because she’s winning a lead Oscar next year for Harriet.

    CateNicole
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    I love King and want her to win, but Erivo is outstanding and her lack of attention is criminal. She stole that movie. But it’s fine because she’s winning a lead Oscar next year for Harriet.

    I’ve been a huge fan of Cynthia since 2015. Saw her in The Color Purple. I hope she takes Harriet out of the park. But I have to say, from the on camera work I’ve seen of hers, she is very theatre. I am hesitant to name her a frontrunner for the aforementioned biopic until we see footage of her acting a little more naturalistic. She’s a bit too performy, and showy with the emotions.

    DrewN92
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    I’ve been a huge fan of Cynthia since 2015. Saw her in The Color Purple. I hope she takes Harriet out of the park. But I have to say, from the on camera work I’ve seen of hers, she is very theatre. I am hesitant to name her a frontrunner for the aforementioned biopic until we see footage of her acting a little more naturalistic. She’s a bit too performy, and showy with the emotions.

    I saw her in the revival of The Color Purple as well and was so blown away by her. But I do see what you mean about her being a little too showy (Widows)- but some people love over-the-top, super dramatic performances. But I still thought she was good in Widows. Haven’t seen Bad Times at the El Royale yet, but really want to.

    David Michael C. Lopez
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    In terms of droughts, nearly ten living Australian actresses including Toni Collette experienced losses in the previous Academy Awards ceremonies.  To be honest, Aahoto, Margot Robbie is not overdue yet.  She will end the drought of losses to her fellow Aussie nominees in any of her three upcoming films including ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.’ If ever Margot will win, she will follow in footsteps of Tatum O’Neal, Marisa Tomei, Anna Paquin, Brie Larson, Jennifer Lawrence, and Alicia Vikander. They altogether won Oscars in their respective films before they reached the age of 30.

    mafro987
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    I have just witnessed the best supporting performance of the year. Cynthia Erivo in Bad Times at the El Royale is simply out of this world good. She should be the one sweeping critics awards not Regina. And to those saying diversity whenever they have a chance here’s your lady. The one that actually would deserve it. I cannot believe how horribly overlooked she was. Mark my words, this woman has future golden dildo winner written all over her.

    None of the best supporting performances this year have any chance of nominations.

    aahoto
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    In terms of droughts, nearly ten living Australian actresses including Toni Collette experienced losses in the previous Academy Awards ceremonies. To be honest, Aahoto, Margot Robbie is not overdue yet. She will end the drought of losses to her fellow Aussie nominees in any of her three upcoming films including ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.’ If ever Margot will win, she will follow in footsteps of Tatum O’Neal, Marisa Tomei, Anna Paquin, Brie Larson, Jennifer Lawrence, and Alicia Vikander. They altogether won Oscars in their respective films before they reached the age of 30.

    Cate Blanchett won an Oscar in 2014. She represented an Australian win then, very recently. There are far less Australian actors working at that level, given that it the industry is based in the US.

    And are we championing younger women winning Oscars now? How about the most deserving, regardless of age?

    Honey
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    Toni Colette and Naomi Watts are way more overdue for an Oscar win than Margot Robbie. Naomi being the most overdue who should’ve been an Oscar winner before even her actual first Oscar nomination.

     

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    And are we championing younger women winning Oscars now? How about the most deserving, regardless of age?

    Ask that to Glenn Close

    Toni Colette and Naomi Watts are way more overdue for an Oscar win than Margot Robbie. Naomi being the most overdue who should’ve been an Oscar winner before even her actual first Oscar nomination.

    He´s just saying Margot has more chances of winning this year or the next one than the rest of the australian actresses.He never said she´s overdue.

    Carlos López Romero
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    If Amy Adams wins the Critics then she’ll win the Oscar without a doubt, but that awards is King’s to lose. Regina will definitely win, while Adams can still win for her extremely robbed at the Globes performance in Sharp Objects (seriously GG, what’s wrong with you?!)

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    Toni Colette and Naomi Watts are way more overdue for an Oscar win than Margot Robbie. Naomi being the most overdue who should’ve been an Oscar winner before even her actual first Oscar nomination.

     

    I find it almost poetic in a way that Naomi Watts didn’t receive an Oscar nomination for Mulholland Drive. I guess she was unknown at the time, but still. She’s my win for that year, and coming so early in the century, nobody else has come close to matching her since…and it’s already been almost 20 years! She’ll get her due one day, I hope…interestingly enough, I see some parallels in quality with Colette in Hereditary.

    David Michael C. Lopez
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    If Amy Adams will not win this year for ‘Vice’ in the Best Supporting Actress category, she might follow in footsteps of the late Deborah Kerr and Thelma Ritter. The last two earned six nominations each and zero wins.

    Luca
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    If Amy Adams will not win this year for ‘Vice’ in the Best Supporting Actress category, she might follow in footsteps of the late Deborah Kerr and Thelma Ritter. The last two earned six nominations each and zero wins.

    She does have “Woman in the Window” next year.

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