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    After GG and SAG snubs, Michael Stuhlbarg is not looking good. Armie Hammer could still make it. It seems that Dafoe, Rockwell, and Jenkins are pretty much locks after making appearances at CC, GG, and SAG. If Armie Hammer makes it, then there’s one spot left which could go to Woody Harrelson or Christopher Plummer or someone new altogether. Unless people think that Stuhlbarg would make it in before Hammer which I would disagree with.

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    Call me crazy, but I think Sally Hawkins could miss.

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    Call me crazy, but I think Sally Hawkins could miss.

    You’re crazy.

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    Call me crazy, but I think Sally Hawkins could miss.

    You’re crazy.

    I’m serious. Have the Oscars really gone for mute or almost mute performances in that past?

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    I’m serious. Have the Oscars really gone for mute or almost mute performances in that past?

    Holly Hunter and Marlee Matlin have both won Lead Actress for portrayals of mute women

    Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.

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    Tyler [Last Name]
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    I’m serious. Have the Oscars really gone for mute or almost mute performances in that past?

    Holly Hunter and Marlee Matlin have both won Lead Actress for portrayals of mute women

    Good point.

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    John Mills and Jane Wyman also won Oscars for playing mute characters.

    Jean Dujardin won best actor for the silent “The Artist”.

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    I’m hoping Blige is one of the big snubs. I like Blige as a singer and was actually really looking forward to seeing her performance but she isn’t a good actress. Her getting an Oscar nomination for Mudbound would be worse than Shannon Purser’s emmy nomination.

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    I’m hoping Blige is one of the big snubs. I like Blige as a singer and was actually really looking forward to seeing her performance but she isn’t a good actress. Her getting an Oscar nomination for Mudbound would be worse than Shannon Purser’s emmy nomination.

    THIS please! I liked Mudbound but Blige was seriously gave the 5th or 6th best performance in that movie! Rob Morgan, Jason Mitchell, Garrett Hedlund, Johnathan Banks, and Carey Mulligan were all obviously superior, or at least that ought to be obvious to anyone who actually bothers to watch the film itself rather than just blindly believe whatever precursors and “critics” tell them they are supposed to think. Seriously, where’s the love for Jason Mitchell and Garrett Hedlund? Their relationship was the heart of the movie for me.

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    @malcolm_dunbar I think Call Me By Your Name is winning Adapted Screenplay no matter what, even if (pardon me while I laugh) Timothee Chalamet were snubbed, simply due to the extraordinary lack of competition in that category.

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    Watched Mudbound and loved Blige’s performance in it. For me it was much better than Holly Hunters in The Big Sick at least. I found Hunters performance just meh. I would keep Blige, drop Hunter and replace her with Mulligan

    But still i think the oscar suporting actress nominees will be the same as the SAGS – Hunter, Janney, Metcalf, Chau, Blige.

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    First They Killed My Father missed the shortlist, it may be because it wasn’t good enough, but it also could be because of the Netflix factor, do you think we should take this as a warning sign that Mudbound will get totally snubbed at Oscars?
    Are we crazy if we’re still predicting it even for adapted screenplay?

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    im hoping i get proved wrong but i see guadagnino missing….he’s just losing too much steam and momentum at the moment. Unless he surprisingly gets a dga nom i would say getting a oscar nom for best director is not looking great particularly in a field filled with “big name directors” and breakout actor-directors!

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    im hoping i get proved wrong but i see guadagnino missing….he’s just losing too much steam and momentum at the moment. Unless he surprisingly gets a dga nom i would say getting a oscar nom for best director is not looking great particularly in a field filled with “big name directors” and breakout actor-directors!

    I have to agree, a lot of people don’t believe in Gerwig and Peele but they’ve definitely done better with critics groups so far. DGA could definitely go a different direction though, so there’s still hope.

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    Jake Gyllenhaal, James Franco, Mary J. Blige, Mudbound screenplay, The Disaster Artist screenplay, Martin McDonagh (in directing) or Greta Gerwig, The Florida Project

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