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    Chris Beachum
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    Continue in Part 6.

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    1. Benedict Cumberbatch

    2. Will Smith

    3. Denzel Washington

    4. Joaquin Phoenix

    5. Simon Rex (manifesting)

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    Dinklage
    DiCaprio
    Garfield

    Love Bardem but he seems…so miscast. Nightmare Alley is worrying me and I never saw it as much of an acting play anyway. Driver’s going nowhere.

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    1. Benedict Cumberbatch 2. Will Smith 3. Denzel Washington 4. Joaquin Phoenix 5. Simon Rex (manifesting) —- Dinklage DiCaprio Garfield Love Bardem but he seems…so miscast. Nightmare Alley is worrying me and I never saw it as much of an acting play anyway. Driver’s going nowhere.

    I’ll be shocked if Leo misses. But I agree about Driver. He seems miscast in HoG and his accent’s bad.

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    I’ll be shocked if Leo misses. But I agree about Driver. He seems miscast in HoG and his accent’s bad.

    He doesnt even try…. his co-stars are using Italian accent while he uses his own accent

    FYC:
    Best Director: Edgar Wright, Guillermo Del Toro, Jane Campion
    Best Picture: Nightmare Alley, The Power of the Dog
    Best Actress: Kristen Stewart, Thomasin McKenzie, Rooney Mara, Tessa Thompson
    Best Actor: Benedict Cumberbatch, Bradley Cooper
    Best S. Actress: Cate Blanchett, Diana Rigg, Anya Taylor Joy
    Best S. Actor: Kodi Smit McPhee, Willem Dafoe, Richard Jenkins

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    I’ll be shocked if Leo misses. But I agree about Driver. He seems miscast in HoG and his accent’s bad.

    Yeah, I never want to underestimate Leo because usually if he breathes he’s nominated. But I nevertheless have reservations about a performance this high satire landing a nomination…he seems like he’s doing his usual thing, which I find over-rewarded anyway,  but in a film I’m still not convinced is going to land. Maybe it’s a little more hopeful on my part than anything but I feel good about predicting him missing for the moment.

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    1. Will Smith – King Richard

    2. Benedict Cumberbatch – The Power of the Dog

    3. Denzel Washington – The Tragedy of Macbeth

    4. Peter Dinklage – Cyrano

    5. Leonardo DiCaprio – Don’t Look Up

    6. Bradley Cooper – Nightmare Alley

    7. Jude Hill – Belfast

    8. Joaquin Phoenix – C’mon C’mon

    9. Simon Rex – Red Rocket

    10. Timothee Chalamet – Dune

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    House of Overacting very likely to earns only 3 noms (Actress, Costumes and Makeup) and maybe Loud Prosthetics for Supporting Actor. Driver seems very long shots for me darling.

    If you need anything ask Caroleanne

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    I don’t get the Dinklage predictions. No one seems to care about Cyrano and the movie looks really boring and uninteresting.

    There will be no first time nominee this year. Unless the movie completely flop, I don’t see DiCaprio missing. His performance will be extremely showy, as the bathroom scene already made it obvious.

    Bradley Cooper could miss, but the movie revolves around his character so maybe he is safe if Nightmare Alley is a big player.

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    I don’t get the Dinklage predictions. No one seems to care about Cyrano and the movie looks really boring and uninteresting. There will be no first time nominee this year. Unless the movie completely flop, I don’t see DiCaprio missing. His performance will be extremely showy, as the bathroom scene already made it obvious. Bradley Cooper could miss, but the movie revolves around his character so maybe he is safe if Nightmare Alley is a big player.

    DiCaprio is easily getting in. Dinklage and Washington aren’t as locked as some think… Bradley Cooper, Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Mahershala Ali and Javier Bardem could get in, if their films end up with sufficient passion behind them.

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    I hope DiCaprio misses.

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    Here’s a statemnt i thought id never say: Jamie Dornan looks like he has a great shot for Best actor nomination. He is the one that looks like he is owning “Belfast” and might be his WOW performance

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    DiCaprio is easily getting in. Dinklage and Washington aren’t as locked as some think… Bradley Cooper, Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Mahershala Ali and Javier Bardem could get in, if their films end up with sufficient passion behind them.

    I learned after “Flight” never to bet against Denzel with Oscar buzz.

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    Yeah, I never want to underestimate Leo because usually if he breathes he’s nominated. But I nevertheless have reservations about a performance this high satire landing a nomination…he seems like he’s doing his usual thing, which I find over-rewarded anyway.

    His usual thing?? Loool, what???
    He’s literally playing a slightly overweight, insecure nerdy scientist, it’s unlike anything he’s ever played or done, what are you talking about??

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    Here’s a statemnt i thought id never say: Jamie Dornan looks like he has a great shot for Best actor nomination. He is the one that looks like he is owning “Belfast” and might be his WOW performance

    Jamie Dornan is being pushed for Supporting Actor.

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    Jamie Dornan is being pushed for Supporting Actor.

    So the kid is the lead? Didn’t get that from the comercial. Thanks forthe info 🙂

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