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  • Joe Burns
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    The Judy trailer didn’t look that good to me but Renee being back at the Oscars would be a good thing to see.

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    Reneé isn’t happening.

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    Caelin Cripps
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    Jojo Rabbit lands an release date of October 18th. Looks like it’s officially time to add it to your predictions folks.

    Harriet is also being released on November 1st and Amazon’s Honey Boy is coming out on November 18th.

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    Chelseafc
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    Jojo Rabbit lands an release date of October 18th. Looks like it’s officially time to add it to your predictions folks. Harriet is also being released on November 1st and Amazon’s Honey Boy is coming out on November 18th.

    Will a hitler joke movie do well during awards season? I dont buy it. Kasi is unproven, could drop the ball with Harriet

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    kellis
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    Hunties, Midsommar’s official trailer is out and it looks like Pugh is going to snatch up some critic/indie awards. Also, from what I’ve heard, the screenplay is gorier/scarier than Hereditary, while Pugh gets less-exaggerated (I guess that’s how you would put it) material than Collette.

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    Matthew anzalone
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    Im sorry but im not on board with jojo rabbit. Im just not sold on it.

    I have hopes for Harriet. And im most curious about honey boy(hope its good.)

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    Noah Arlington
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    Im sorry but im not on board with jojo rabbit. Im just not sold on it. 

    Lowkey same

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    kellis
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    Bump.

    Rocketman received a standing ovation at Cannes and is currently at a 90% on RT (with 29 reviews) and a 70 Metacritic. They really should’ve just released it in the Fall instead of next week, but I’m sure Edgerton will still get a Globe nom.

    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s thriller, The Silencing is also being shopped to buyers at Cannes (though the director’s past films doesn’t look that promising), and Wright will personally be doing the same for Land.

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    Kasi is unproven, could drop the ball with Harriet.

    Just with the Academy, not artistically. Eve’s Bayou is a cinematic masterpiece, Talk to Me is a fantastic biopic and Black Nativity was good for what it was (a ensemble Christmas film).

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    Taron Edgerton is absolutely getting that globe nom but is he actually getting in at the Oscars?

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    OneAndOnlyMe.
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    Taron Edgerton is absolutely getting that globe nom but is he actually getting in at the Oscars?

    I doubt it and it has nothing to do with the performance. I think the May release and the fact that Bohemian Rhapsody/Rami Malek being so soon will not help. But yes, a GG nomination is very likely.

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    Joan988
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    Most of y’all are going to be real disappointed when come the nominations. Remember no one would have imagine that 2019 BA line up, even after the GG. Chalamet was left out yet ppl been moaning months before the nods that he was a shoo in. I will wait mid Sept-Nov for my predictions before that, no one can’t tell.

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    OneAndOnlyMe.
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    Yeah, random guess at Best Actor this year:

    • Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
    • Christian Bale, Ford vs Ferrari
    • Robert De Niro, The Irishman
    • Matthew Rhys, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    • Micheal B. Jordan, Just Mercy
    • ALT1: Joaquin Phoenix, Joker
    • ALT2: Jonathan Pryce, The Pope
    • ALT3: Adam Driver, The Report
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    OneAndOnlyMe.
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    So, OUATIH is definitely getting some nominations after Cannes premiere. But can I add that Downtown Abbey looks great!

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