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Greatest Double Oscar nomination??
Jessica Lange
Sigourney Weaver
Al Pacino
Holly Hunter
Emma Thompson
Julianne Moore
Jamie Foxx
Cate Blanchett
Scarlett Johansson
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    Stank83
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    Who among these actors had the best double Oscar nomination (Leading and Supporting) in the same year???

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    wattsgold
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    Jul-Jules. She was on fire that year.

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    Tough because where some had great ones (Lange-Frances, Hunter-The Piano) their other performance weren’t that great to me.

    I always loved Sigourney’s 1-2 punch because you can’t get any more different than Diane Fossey and Katherine Parker. Sad she went home empty handed.

    "Here's a wonderfully b*tchy post from Montana82...." - Tom O'Neill Emmy Prediction Slugfest August 1st, 2019

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    I voted for Holly Hunter. I know a few people have commented over the years that “The Firm” was a filler nom. But she was fantastic IMO in that. She made the whole movie with her few scenes.

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    Went for Hunter. She was phenomenal in both The Firm and The Piano even if she had a few scenes in the former like JayDF said.

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", AMANDA SEYFRIED FOR "MANK", ANTHONY HOPKINS FOR "THE FATHER", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    Jasmine is French
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    I went with the Queen and Jude

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    Honey
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    Scarjo duh. The way she triggered every snowflake on the internet with it was hilarious too.

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    Lange > Weaver >>>> Blanchett >>>> Scarjo

    Haven’t seen both from the rest.

    Also, Fay Bantier, Teresa Wright and Barry Fitzgerald are missing from the list.

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    I can’t get over Pacino’s Glengarry Glen Ross – simply one of his best roles ever.

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    Julianne Moore really slayed everyone that year. She was stunning in Far From Heaven, and her work on The Hours was also stellar.

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    Moore, obviously, followed by Weaver and Hunter. And I’m saying this as a Blanchett fanatic.

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    Chloe Sevigny stan <3
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    Jessica Lange. It mightn’t be popular but I think she was brilliant in tootsie in such a beautiful and human way. And it goes without saying that her performance in Frances is beyond iconic and would have easily won her an Oscar any other year where it didn’t have to compete with Meryl in her most acclaimed role.

    FYC:

    Best Actress: Viola Davis (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom)
    Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins (The Father)
    Best Supporting Actress: Ellen Burstyn (Pieces of a Woman)
    Best Supporting Actor: Leslie Odom Jr. (One Night in Miami)

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    Julianne Moore.

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    M: The Original
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    I voted for Weaver since she never won and is likely to go without a competitive win. She’s too iconic to not have at least one major prize on her mantel (Oscar, Emmy, Tony).

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    Jessica Lange. It mightn’t be popular but I think she was brilliant in tootsie in such a beautiful and human way. And it goes without saying that her performance in Frances is beyond iconic and would have easily won her an Oscar any other year where it didn’t have to compete with Meryl in her most acclaimed role.

    I 100% agree. It’s kind of ironic how those who usually criticize Lange for being over the top and hammy can’t appreciate her performance in Tootsie. It’s such a stand-out in her career.

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