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    Dariusz Wolski ended up securing a place last year for News of the World (and should have easily won given the other nominees) so I wouldn’t be surprised to him sneak in for House of Gucci or The Last Duel.

    As he should

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    I do think it’s very firmly in this category because it’s black and white and a huge branch favourite Bruno Delbonnel. I can see them snub Macbeth everywhere and still get Cinematography as a lone nomination for the film.

    I don’t deny that being shot by Bruno Delbonnel does increase Macbeth‘s chances for a nomination, but it is still a filmed play… Plus, having a name-check cinematographer doesn’t mean as much this year given all the contenders we have.

    TPotD is in, same as Dune, everyone agrees on that.

    TFD seems likely given that it can get some other techs too like Costume and Production Design, plus it’s being done by Robert D. Yeoman who also did TGBH.

    Then those last two slots are very up in the air given all the contenders. But just look at the contenders!

    NA by Dan Laustsen who did TSoWBelfast which we have a trailer that looks beautiful, plus B/W. THoG, same thing, just not B/W. LNiS which is being done by Chung-hoon Chung who needs an Oscar nomination. Spencer that is being done by Claire Mathon who also needs a nomination after TPoaLoF. And then, something that I think people are putting too low, WSS, shot by two-time winner and six-time nominee, frequent Spielberg collaborator, Janusz Kaminski, that looks vibrant and colorful and beautiful.

    So, while I do relent that Macbeth can get in, it can’t just be from name recognition and B/W, because it is still a filmed play, and the other contenders could easily take its place.

    TL;DR that’s not enough, here’s what I have right now.

    The Power of the Dog

    Dune

    The French Dispatch

    West Side Story

    Nightmare Alley

     

    Belfast

    The Hand of God

    Last Night in Soho

    Spencer

    The Tragedy of Macbeth

    Emmys FYC:

    Comedy Series - Abbott Elementary, Atlanta, The Great, Reservation Dogs, What We Do in the Shadows

    Drama Series - Pachinko, Severance, Yellowjackets

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