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  • callum_brown1
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    #1203009715

    I love Thompson as much as the next person but disappointing box office for Late Night means I just can’t see it this time. If Amazon couldn’t pull off Holly Hunter in The Big Sick as the vet actress in upmarket Summer comedy slot, I don’t think they’ll be able to do it for Thompson. Plus Amazon’s priority in this category will likely be Bening. Perhaps that means they will campaign for Thompson in Lead but idk.</p>
    I think the best they can hope for is getting a Lead Actress Comedy nom for Thompson at the Globes.

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    Dan Jo
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    I wouldn’t be surprised if Maggie Smith and Joanne Froggatt lands a nomination.

    Don’t discount Imelda Staunton. Michelle Dockery was raving about her performance and she’s a new sparring partner of Dame Maggie’s character. I wouldn’t be surprise though if she landed a nomination over Smith or Froggatt.

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    Anybody have a source for this Dern “buzz” for Marriage Story? Would love to see her nominated again and WIN but I am doubtful that she’ll be  competitive considering Baumbach’s history with the Academy and the story’s focus centering on Johansson and Driver

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    vinny
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    My guesses

    Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
    Nicole Kidman, Fair and Balanced
    Margot Robbie, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
    Florence Pugh, Little Women
    Octavia Spencer, Luce

    I think Streep will go lead.

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    Miles
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    Laura Dern is playing ScarJo’s lawyer in the divorce proceedings so I can’t imagine it’s baity enough for a win. Although I would love to see her nominated to justify a win in the future.

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    Laura Dern is playing ScarJo’s lawyer in the divorce proceedings so I can’t imagine it’s baity enough for a win. Although I would love to see her nominated to justify a win in the future.

    Interesting.. if she has some bad ass court scenes à la Nicole in BLL, I could see her prevailing! I wasn’t sure if she was the thankless supporting friend role or something

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    https://www.businessinsider.com/ray-liotta-on-shades-of-blue-working-with-jennifer-lopez-and-woody-allen-2018-6

    Oh shit! According to this article, Dern’s character is a real BITCH

    RENATA IS COMING

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    Icecreamben
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    Robbie is not getting nominated for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.  The film is divisive and her performance is basically a cameo with maybe 10 lines of dialogue.

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    OneAndOnlyMe.
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    Fair and Balanced will get Robbie a nomination not Kidman.

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    Icecreamben
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    Fair and Balanced will get Robbie a nomination not Kidman.

    The script is not great and the director does not give me me confidence.  The cast is great but it’s not like Robbie, Kidman, or Theron are snub-proof.

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    Emma Thompson gives a LEAD performance and belongs in the Bet Actress lineup. She’s definitely given my favorite performance by a lead actress in 2019 so far but very few contenders have been released yet.

    Even though I didn’t like OUATIH and I thought the writing wasn’t particularly good, Margot Robbie gives the film’s best and most memorable performance and would be a worthy contender.

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    August predictions:

    • Annette Bening, The Report
    • Laura Dern, Marriage Story
    • Florence Pugh, Little Women
    • Margot Robbie, Fair and Balanced or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    • Octavia Spencer, Luce

    (Scarlett Johansson, JoJo Rabbit, Nicole Kidman, Fair and Balanced, Thomasin McKenzie, JoJo Rabbit, Janelle Monáe, Harriet, Eliza Scanlen, Little Women [this is delusional but oh well], Zhao Shuzen, The Farewell, Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey)

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    Jays
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    Current Predictions

    1. Laura Dern, Marriage Story
    2. Scarlett Johansson, Jojo Rabbit
    3. Meryl Streep, The Laundromat (if she goes supporting)
    4. Margot Robbie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood/Fair and Balanced
    5. Zhao Shuzhen, The Farewell
    • Anne Hathaway, Dark Waters (if confirmed for 2019 I’d put her in my top 5)
    • Thomasin McKenzie, Jojo Rabbit
    • Anna Paquin, The Irishman
    • Florence Pugh, Little Women
    • Annette Bening, The Report
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    Shuzhen Zhao (The Farewell) should get a Supporting Actress nomination for her portrayal of Nai Nai (the grandmother). I saw The Farewell yesterday and I thought she was pretty good in the film. Right now, I see if will probably be between Octavia Spencer (Luce) and Margot Robbie (Once Upon A Time In Hollywood)

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