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    Does that mean it isn’t going to any festival? That’s weird indeed. It’ll still be nominated tho.

    I mean Tarantino loves Cannes festival and OUTIH would have also served as box office boost for this movie but now it isnt playing there.This further confirms OUTIH isnt your typical award smashing movie in this day and age.However I guess Tarantino will be devastated by this as this was only festival before its worldwide release.

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    No Cannes in or out of competition for OUTIH and I think it tells alot about its fate at award season next year.I said it before that it wont be a typical award movie especially at these times.Correct me please if I am wrong.

    I’ll correct you. You are wrong. Tarantino is still editing and won’t be done in time (at least for now), but that doesn’t mean this isn’t a “typical awards movie,” whatever that even means anymore. Use your head.

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    I’ll correct you. You are wrong. Tarantino is still editing and won’t be done in time (at least for now), but that doesn’t mean this isn’t a “typical awards movie,” whatever that even means anymore. Use your head.

    Could very well be

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    Honey
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    Could very well be

    r u gonna have a meltdown about this movie every week?

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    Could very well be

    You’re right, it could. But we don’t know that yet. And the film not being ready in time for a film festival lineup is not evidence that it’s a bad movie. Again, logic.

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    There was a recent screening of Jojo Rabbit and those who’ve seen it have said Taika Waititi was able to pull it off and that Thomasin Mckenzie was the standout among the cast.

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    Update. I’m finally on the Jojo Rabbit train.

    Best Picture:

    Harriet (winner)

    Fair and Balanced

    The Last Thing He Wanted

    The Report

    The Laundromat

    A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood

    Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

    1917

    Jojo Rabbit (new)

    Best Director:

    Kasi Lemmons – Harriet

    Marielle Heller – A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood

    Quentin Tarentino – Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

    Sam Mendes – 1917

    Taika Waititi – Jojo Rabbit (new)

    Dropped Steven Soderbergh 

    Best Actress: 

    Cynthia Erivo (winner) – Harriet

    Charlize Theron – Fair and Balanced

    Amy Adams – The Woman In The Window

    Anne Hathaway – The Last Thing He Wanted

    Kristen Stewart – Against All Enemies (new)

    Dropped Natalie Portman 

    Best actor

    Joaquin Pheonix (winner) – The Joker (new)

    Adam Driver – The Report

    Gary Oldman – The Laundromat

    Matthew Rhys – A beautiful day in the neighbourhood

    Leonardo Di Caprio – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Dropped Ian McKellen

    Best Supporting Actress

    Annette Bening (winner) – The Report

    Scarlett Johansson – Jojo Rabbit (new)

    Meryl Streep – The Laundromat

    Margot Robbie – Once Upon A Time in Hollywood

    Octavia Spencer – Luce

    Dropped Nicole Kidman for The Goldfinch

    Best Supporting Actor

    Willem Dafoe (winner) – The last thing he wanted

    Brad Pitt  – Once Upon A Time in Hollywood

    John Lithgow – Fair and Balanced

    Tom Hanks – A Beautiful Day in the neighbourhood

    Leslie Odom Jr – Harriet

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    Best Picture:
    1917
    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (winner)
    Ford v. Ferrari
    Harriet
    The Irishman
    Jojo Rabbit
    Little Women
    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    The Report

    Possible Spoilers:
    Ad Astra
    The Goldfinch
    Nomadland
    Untitled Roger Ailes Biopic

    Director:
    Marielle Heller, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    Martin Scorcese, The Irishman
    Sam Mendes, 1917
    Scott Z. Burns, The Report (winner)
    Taika Waititi, Jojo Rabbit

    Possible Spoilers:
    James Mangold, Ford v. Ferrari
    John Crowley, The Goldfinch
    Kasi Lemmons, Harriet

    Best Actor:
    Christian Bale, Ford v. Ferrari
    Ian McKellen, The Good Liar
    Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    Robert De Niro, The Irishman
    Timothée Chalamet, The King (winner)

    Possible Spoilers:
    Adam Driver, The Report
    Antonio Banderas, Pain & Glory
    Daniel Kaluuya, Queen & Slim
    Matt Damon, Ford v. Ferrari
    Matthew Rhys, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    Taron Egerton, Rocketman

    Best Actress:
    Alfre Woodard, Clemency
    Amy Adams, Woman in the Window
    Cynthia Erivo, Harriet (winner)
    Helen Mirren, The Good Liar
    Natalie Portman, Lucy in the Sky

    Possible Spoilers:
    Charlize Theron, Untitled Roger Ailes Biopic
    Juliette Binoche, The Truth
    Kristen Stewart, Against All Enemies
    Lupita Nyong’o, Us
    Meryl Streep, The Laundromat
    Rosamund Pike, Radioactive

    Best Supporting Actor:
    Al Pacino, The Irishman
    Ben Mendelsohn, The King
    John Lithgow, Untitled Roger Ailes Biopic
    Tom Hanks, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    Willem Dafoe, Last Thing He Wanted (winner)

    Potential Spoilers:
    Idris Elba, Cats
    Jeffrey Wright, The Goldfinch
    Jonathan Pryce, The Pope
    Richard Madden, 1917
    Tim Robbins, Untitled Todd Haynes Project

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Annette Bening, The Report (winner)
    Margot Robbie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    Nicole Kidman, Untitled Roger Ailes Biopic / The Goldfinch
    Scarlett Johansson, Jojo Rabbit
    Thomasin McKenzie, Jojo Rabbit

    Possible Spoilers:
    Florence Pugh, Little Women
    Laura Dern, Little Women
    Maggie Smith, Downtown Abbey
    Penelope Cruz, Pain & Glory

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    Found the Jojo Rabbit screenplay online–not entirely convinced it’ll actually make an impact anymore. The script is…not the best.

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    https://www.collider.com/jennifer-lawrence-new-movie-plot-details/amp/

    I’m wondering if this is the reason why the Julianne Moore movie was released so early. This might just be my inner-J Law stan speaking, but filming (which starts in June) and post-production could totally be done in time for a Fall/Winter release. It’ll be her return to her Winter’s Bone roots and a movie about a soldier with brain trauma with a returning movie star just screams Oscar bait.

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    EsOS
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    https://www.collider.com/jennifer-lawrence-new-movie-plot-details/amp/ I’m wondering if this is the reason why the Julianne Moore movie was released so early. This might just be my inner-J Law stan speaking, but filming (which starts in June) and post-production could totally be done in time for a Fall/Winter release. It’ll be her return to her Winter’s Bone roots and a movie about a soldier with brain trauma with a returning movie star just screams Oscar bait.

    Good sis JLaw is back and she is coming to take no prisoners.

    GIVE LENA HEADEY HER EMMY

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    https://www.collider.com/jennifer-lawrence-new-movie-plot-details/amp/

    I’m wondering if this is the reason why the Julianne Moore movie was released so early. This might just be my inner-J Law stan speaking, but filming (which starts in June) and post-production could totally be done in time for a Fall/Winter release. It’ll be her return to her Winter’s Bone roots and a movie about a soldier with brain trauma with a returning movie star just screams Oscar bait.

    Ooh, I’m SO intrigued. No matter when it premieres, this is going to make a very big splash. Say what you will about JLaw, but she’s always trying new things and doing something completely different than she’s ever done before, and it doesn’t look like she’s stopping that anytime soon. I’m usually fairly skeptical, but she’s one of the few actors where I’m automatically excited about whatever project she’s involved in because I know we’ll be seeing some crazy new side of her that we never expected. So happy our girl’s back <3

    (Also DAMN, Brian Tyree Henry is KILLING it as of late. How does he have the time to be in so many movies? And who is the psychic who keeps telling him what the most buzzy and exciting projects are going to be, because he’s in ALL of them! I mean in just less than three years he’s had This Is Us, Atlanta, If Beale Street Could Talk, Widows, Into the Spider-Verse, Child’s Play, Joker, and The Woman in the Window, AND he’s going to be in Superintelligence, Godzilla vs. Kong, and now THIS? I’m blown away by his savvy for knowing exactly which projects to take.)

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    I’m gonna be on the SAG Nom Com this year! I’ll drop as much tea as I am allowed.

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     Finally a trailer that makes you curious without actually giving away most the plot.

     

    Is this what we gon say about every trailer that drops now… No shade but I just though it was funny how everyone says this now!!😂

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