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  • Beyonce
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    while talking about her Oscar win for Dead Man Walking:

    ”Any sane actor knows there are so many great parts. If Jessica Lange or Meryl Streep had founf the book they probably would have gotten a nomination, just like there are other actresses who could be doing the roles Meryl is doing.”

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    24Emmy
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    Source?

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    babypook
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    Mwa hahahahahaaa!

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    Susan Who?

    Ahhh…You meant the one who has Elisabeth Shue’s Oscar? 

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    24Emmy
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    Susan Who?

    Ahhh…You meant the one who has Elisabeth Shue’s Oscar? 

     

    Not a fan of Susan Sarandon?

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    harposboy
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    That’s not shade.

    Streep and Lange would have been nominated for DMW if they found the book? Probably.
    Other people could do the roles that Streep has been doing? Yup.

    She critisizes no one. There’s nothing remotely disrespectful or shady here.

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    [quote=”Fredd2″]Susan Who?

    Ahhh…You meant the one who has Elisabeth Shue’s Oscar? 

     

    Not a fan of Susan Sarandon?

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    I like her a lot but she shouldn’t have won that year.  And what has she done in the last 20 years?

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    jhaddad
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    Sarandon Isn’t wrong. There seems to be this opinion in the industry that Streep is the only talented actress in her sixties. That is nothing against Streep, just a call for Hollywood to start recognizing other talented women as well including Sarandon and Close.

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    All these coments from other female actors just denote envy. Strepp keep getting  good roles because she’s very talented, connect with the public and is bankable.

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    streepfan
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    No doubt they would gave been nominated, but no one actress could have done ALL those roles that Streep did. Her ace is range and versatility. And because of that, curious audiences are willing to buy the tickets to watch the next Streep act. And because of that she gets offered more roles, different from the last one, it’s show BUSINESS. As good an actress as Sarandon is (Atlantic City,Bull Durham), she can’t seem to play anyone without that southern drawl.

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    The shade is in the subtext that says, “Jessica or Meryl would probably have been nominated. With me in the role, I was nominated AND I WON.” It was her fourth nomination in five years and the Oscar had her name written on it, even tho’ I don’t think she figured much in precursors. Not exact scenario as Bradley Cooper this year, but close enough for comparison IMHO.

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    Come on now …..

    Sarandon already a Major BENEFICIARY of Streep’s LEFTOVER & Unavailability with Thelma & Louise 

    PLUS Oh Oh Oh, The Witches of Eastwick in 1987, 1 of the 3 Witch roles rejected by Streep when she turned 40.

    What else ….. In The Valley of Elah, Enchanted, etc. ??? 

    Unfortunate for Sarandon unable to do more accents for The Last Station (with Mirren), Saving Mr. Banks (with Thompson) …..

    PRAY for The Good House and The Senator’s Wife in the ALTAR of Robert De Niro & Harvey Weinstein respectively.

    The Robert De Niro Susan Sarandon co-starred with Diane Keaton in the recent “disaster” The Big Wedding.

    Enough said …..

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    Sarandon is only saying, “Hey, I’m the lucky one who got the role. And whomever discovered this was going to at least get the nomination.” Some roles, like this one, are just meant to win an Oscar no matter who ends up playing them. I read years ago that Ashley Judd and Sandra Bullock were offered Million Dollar Baby, but Judd turned it down and Bullock had scheduling conflicts. If they had taken on the role of Maggie, they would have at least been nominated. Look at Michelle Pfeiffer, who’s turned down great projects for years, ranging from Jodie Foster’s role in The Silence of the Lambs all the way to Julianne Moore’s role for Still Alice. I don’t get how she’s throwing shade… At all. 

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    Indonesian
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    LOL I love acclaimed actresses catfight

    yet Sarandon did Tammy, and Meryl got an Oscar nom for Into the Woods.

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    Sarandon is only saying, “Hey, I’m the lucky one who got the role. And whomever discovered this was going to at least get the nomination.” Some roles, like this one, are just meant to win an Oscar no matter who ends up playing them. I read years ago that Ashley Judd and Sandra Bullock were offered Million Dollar Baby, but Judd turned it down and Bullock had scheduling conflicts. If they had taken on the role of Maggie, they would have at least been nominated. Look at Michelle Pfeiffer, who’s turned down great projects for years, ranging from Jodie Foster’s role in The Silence of the Lambs all the way to Julianne Moore’s role for Still Alice. I don’t get how she’s throwing shade… At all. 

    Exactly. There are plenty of Oscar winning roles for which the actors who ended up playing them were not the first choice. In some cases their roles were turned down by several actors. Some that come to mind include:

    Jack Nicholson, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest & Terms of Endearment
    Louise Fletcher, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    Jon Voight, Coming Home
    Richard Dreyfuss, The Goodbye Girl
    Sally Field, Norma Rae
    Sissy Spacek, Coal Miner’s Daughter
    William Hurt, Kiss of the Spider Woman
    Holly Hunter, The Piano
    Helen Hunt, As Good As It Gets
    Jodie Foster, The Silence of the Lambs
    Anthony Hopkins, The SIlence of the Lambs
    Shirley MacLaine, Terms of Endearment 

    And Meryl Streep hereself for Kramer Vs. Kramer 

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