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    Stefania
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    He clearly has his own strategy to build buzz and hype through secrecy. That’s perhaps why he has screened the trailer in selected repertory theaters only. There is no digital trailer yet.

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    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Anderson’s smaller-scale remake of the 1970’s

    I predict it will win 6 Oscar ”nominations”

    The digital trailer will be released before the end of this month

    * Licorice Pizza - Paul Thomas Anderson

    * Nightmare Alley – Guillermo Del Toro

    * The Power of the Dog – Jane Campion

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    https://twitter.com/rodrigosalem/status/1298040993485172739/photo/1 Licorice Pizza looks like it will be the 2021 version of American Graffiti Stylistically, the movie appears to be a mash-up of “Inherent Vice” and “Boogie Nights The films directed by Anderson received Oscar nominations in at least 2 and at most 8 categories. I don’t think that this movie will be able to equal the number of Oscar nominations in 8 categories of there will be blood, but for now, I guess it will win at least 5 nominations

     

    I’m still only seeing a Best Supporting Actor and a Best Original Screenplay nomination a la Boogie Nights and Magnolia but with a Best Picture nomination because there are more than 5 nominees now and because PTA is more established now. A Best Director nomination is possible but I don’t see anything more than that. Although I would be dumb to say that it is not possible for it to land as many nominations as Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

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    145 days until the academy nominations are announced. Our predictions for the last week of January will be different compared to today, just like every year.

    For now,, I predict that Licorice Pizza will receive nominations in at least 5 and at most 7 categories.

    * Licorice Pizza - Paul Thomas Anderson

    * Nightmare Alley – Guillermo Del Toro

    * The Power of the Dog – Jane Campion

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    I’m still only seeing a Best Supporting Actor and a Best Original Screenplay nomination a la Boogie Nights and Magnolia.

    Agree, but it’s not going to be the Supp. Actor many here think it will be.

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    PTA is going to have his bong moment by winning 3 individual oscars (picture, director, screenplay), get ready for it

    FYC in all categories: Licorice Pizza, Nightmare Alley

    ANTI FYC in all categories: House of Gucci, The Last Duel, West Side Story

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    https://www.indiewire.com/2021/09/paul-thomas-anderson-licorice-pizza-trailer-debuts-theaters-1234664658/

    * Licorice Pizza - Paul Thomas Anderson

    * Nightmare Alley – Guillermo Del Toro

    * The Power of the Dog – Jane Campion

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    The teaser trailer will be released in 2 days

    * Licorice Pizza - Paul Thomas Anderson

    * Nightmare Alley – Guillermo Del Toro

    * The Power of the Dog – Jane Campion

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    We cannot wait to get our first taste of…

    LICORICE PIZZA!!

    GROWING

    ANTICIPATION.

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    Okay, okay… So I reckon this one is gonna be more like Boogie Nights and Magnolia than his other films. Tonally, I think it’ll be more like Boogie Nights, but, structurally and emotionally, I can see it being more like Magnolia – I think it’s all set over the course of one day? – and the gay politician plotline is probably going to be somewhat emotional + I can also see that being the case with other storylines in the film… I feel like Bradley Cooper’s gonna be giving a performance in between Reynolds’ in Boogie Nights and Cruise’s in Magnolia.

    In other words, I think this could be an amazing film – lol.

    I, also, think it could end up scoring similarly to how American Hustle did, if it connects with the Academy, but we’ll see…

    Here are my Oscar predictions:
    Best Picture – Likely To Get Nominated, But Not A Lock.
    Best Director – Likely To Get Nominated, But Not A Lock.
    Best Actor (Cooper Hoffman) – Not Likely, Realistically.
    Best Supporting Actor (Bradley Cooper) – Very Likely.
    Best Supporting Actor (Sean Penn) – Potential Academy Comeback Role, But It Could Be A Cameo. Hard To Say As Of Now.
    Best Supporting Actor (Benny Safdie) – Not A Big Name, But It’s A Loose Field And A Relatively Baity Part, So It Could Happen.
    Best Supporting Actress (Alana Haim) – Could Happen, But It’s Hard To Say Right Now. Not Remotely Likely To Win, Though.
    Best Original Screenplay – Very Likely.
    Best Original Score – If Greenwood does it, there’s a chance it gets a nomination.
    Best Production Design – It’s A Period Piece, So Maybe?
    Best Cinematography – Given the Director, It’s Plausible
    Best Make-up And Hairstyling – Probably Not, But We’ll Have To See The Trailer To Get Any Indication On This.
    Best Costume Design – Period Piece, So Probably
    Best Film Editing – Depends on if it gets into Picture, but if it’s similar to Boogie Nights, this is very likely.

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    Okay, okay… So I reckon this one is gonna be more like Boogie Nights and Magnolia than his other films. Tonally, I think it’ll be more like Boogie Nights, but, structurally and emotionally, I can see it being more like Magnolia – I think it’s all set over the course of one day? – and the gay politician plotline is probably going to be somewhat emotional + I can also see that being the case with other storylines in the film… I feel like Bradley Cooper’s gonna be giving a performance in between Reynolds’ in Boogie Nights and Cruise’s in Magnolia. In other words, I think this could be an amazing film – lol. I, also, think it could end up scoring similarly to how American Hustle did, if it connects with the Academy, but we’ll see… Here are my Oscar predictions: Best Picture – Likely To Get Nominated, But Not A Lock. Best Director – Likely To Get Nominated, But Not A Lock. Best Actor (Cooper Hoffman) – Not Likely, Realistically. Best Supporting Actor (Bradley Cooper) – Very Likely. Best Supporting Actor (Sean Penn) – Potential Academy Comeback Role, But It Could Be A Cameo. Hard To Say As Of Now. Best Supporting Actor (Benny Safdie) – Not A Big Name, But It’s A Loose Field And A Relatively Baity Part, So It Could Happen. Best Supporting Actress (Alana Haim) – Could Happen, But It’s Hard To Say Right Now. Not Remotely Likely To Win, Though. Best Original Screenplay – Very Likely. Best Original Score – If Greenwood does it, there’s a chance it gets a nomination. Best Production Design – It’s A Period Piece, So Maybe? Best Cinematography – Given the Director, It’s Plausible Best Make-up And Hairstyling – Probably Not, But We’ll Have To See The Trailer To Get Any Indication On This. Best Costume Design – Period Piece, So Probably Best Film Editing – Depends on if it gets into Picture, but if it’s similar to Boogie Nights, this is very likely.

     

    Strong agree with @sirpierce

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    Okay, okay… So I reckon this one is gonna be more like Boogie Nights and Magnolia than his other films. Tonally, I think it’ll be more like Boogie Nights, but, structurally and emotionally, I can see it being more like Magnolia – I think it’s all set over the course of one day? – and the gay politician plotline is probably going to be somewhat emotional + I can also see that being the case with other storylines in the film… I feel like Bradley Cooper’s gonna be giving a performance in between Reynolds’ in Boogie Nights and Cruise’s in Magnolia. In other words, I think this could be an amazing film – lol. I, also, think it could end up scoring similarly to how American Hustle did, if it connects with the Academy, but we’ll see… Here are my Oscar predictions: Best Picture – Likely To Get Nominated, But Not A Lock. Best Director – Likely To Get Nominated, But Not A Lock. Best Actor (Cooper Hoffman) – Not Likely, Realistically. Best Supporting Actor (Bradley Cooper) – Very Likely. Best Supporting Actor (Sean Penn) – Potential Academy Comeback Role, But It Could Be A Cameo. Hard To Say As Of Now. Best Supporting Actor (Benny Safdie) – Not A Big Name, But It’s A Loose Field And A Relatively Baity Part, So It Could Happen. Best Supporting Actress (Alana Haim) – Could Happen, But It’s Hard To Say Right Now. Not Remotely Likely To Win, Though. Best Original Screenplay – Very Likely. Best Original Score – If Greenwood does it, there’s a chance it gets a nomination. Best Production Design – It’s A Period Piece, So Maybe? Best Cinematography – Given the Director, It’s Plausible Best Make-up And Hairstyling – Probably Not, But We’ll Have To See The Trailer To Get Any Indication On This. Best Costume Design – Period Piece, So Probably Best Film Editing – Depends on if it gets into Picture, but if it’s similar to Boogie Nights, this is very likely.

    I disagree with some of this, Cooper’s role will be brief (he shot for a week or something), Safdie is more likely to happen, Penn is probably just a cameo.

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    I disagree with some of this, Cooper’s role will be brief (he shot for a week or something), Safdie is more likely to happen, Penn is probably just a cameo.

    They shot with Cooper for about three weeks, I believe. The production only ran for two months. He’s definitely supporting, but I don’t think it will be as brief as some are suggesting.

    You are probably right about Penn, though – I say this in my post.

    I don’t know, though, about Safdie… It kind of feels like nominating Don Cheadle or Philip Seymour Hoffman in Boogie Nights over Burt Reynolds – I just don’t buy it at this point in his career.

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    Part of me REALLY wants this to win Best Picture now that it has… that title.

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