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  • Luca Giliberti
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    I didn’t find any other post for this, I hope it’s fine for me to post the nominees:

    Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama (Major, Independent or International)
    Yalitza Aparicio – Roma
    Glenn Close – The Wife
    Viola Davis – Widows
    Nicole Kidman – Destroyer
    Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?
    Rosamund Pike – Private War

    Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama (Major, Independent or International)
    Willem Dafoe – At Eternity’s Gate
    Ben Foster – Leave No Trace
    Ryan Gosling – First Man
    Ethan Hawke – First Reformed
    Lucas Hedges – Boy Erased
    Robert Redford – The Old Man & the Gun

    Actress in Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical (Major, Independent or International)
    Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns
    Olivia Colman – The Favourite
    Trine Dyrholm – Nico, 1988
    Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade
    Lady Gaga – A Star is Born
    Constance Wu – Crazy Rich Asians

    Actor in Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical (Major, Independent or International)
    Bradley Cooper – A Star is Born
    Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody
    Lin-Manuel Miranda – Mary Poppins Returns
    Viggo Mortensen – Green Book
    Nick Robinson – Love, Simon
    John David Washington – BlackKklansman

    Actress in a Supporting Role (Major, Independent, Comedy & Musical or International)
    Claire Foy – First Man
    Nicole Kidman – Boy Erased
    Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk
    Margot Robbie – Mary Queen of Scots
    Emma Stone – The Favourite
    Rachel Weisz – The Favourite

    Actor in a Supporting Role (Major, Independent, Comedy & Musical or International)
    Mahershala Ali – Green Book
    Timothée Chalamet – Beautiful Boy
    Russell Crowe – Boy Erased
    Adam Driver – BlackKklansman
    Sam Elliott – A Star is Born
    Richard Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

    Motion Picture, Drama (Major)
    Black Panther – Walt Disney
    First Man – Universal
    Hereditary – A24
    If Beale Street Could Talk – Annapurna Pictures
    Mary Queen of Scots – Focus Features
    Widows – Twentieth Century Fox

    Motion Picture (Independent)
    BlakKklansman – Focus Features
    Eighth – GradeA24
    First Reformed – A24
    Leave No Trace – Bleecker Street Media
    Private Life – Netflix
    Private War – Aviron Pictures

    Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical (Major, Independent or International)
    Crazy Richard Asians – Warner Bros
    The Favourite – Fox Searchlight Pictures
    Green Book – Universal Pictures
    Mary Poppins Returns – Walt Disney
    Nico, 1988 – Magnolia Pictures
    A Star is Born – Warner Bros

    Motion Picture, International Film
    Israel – The Cakemaker
    Poland – Cold War
    Denmark – The Guilty
    United Kingdom – I Am Not A Witch
    Mexico – Roma
    Japan – Shoplifters

    Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media
    Incredibles 2 – Pixar, Walt Disney
    Isle of Dogs – Fox Searchlight Pictures
    Liz and the Blue Bird – Eleven Arts
    Mirai – GKIDS Films
    Ralph Breaks the Internet – Walt Disney
    Ruben Brandt, Collector – Sony Pictures Classics

    Motion Picture, Documentary
    Crime + Punishment – Hulu
    Free Solo – National Geographic
    Minding the Gap – Hulu
    RBG – Magnolia Pictures
    Three Identical Strangers – Focus Features
    Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Focus Features

    Director
    Bradley Cooper – A Star is Born
    Alfonso Cuaron – Roma
    Peter Farrelly – Green Book
    Barry Jenkins – If Beale Street Could Talk
    Yorgos Lanthimos – The Favourite
    Spike Lee – BlackKklansman

    Screenplay, Original
    Bo Burnham – Eighth Grade
    Alfonso Cuaron – Roma
    Deborah Davis & Tony McNamara – The Favourite
    John Krasinski, Scott Beck, Bryan Woods – A Quiet Place
    Paul Schrader – First Reformed
    Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie & Peter Farrelly – Green Book

    Screenplay, Adapted
    Bradley Cooper, Eric Roth – A Star is Born
    Debra Granik, Anne Rosellini – Leave No Trace
    Nicole Holofcener, Jeff Whitty – Can You Ever Forgive Me?
    Barry Jenkins – If Beale Street Could Talk
    Armando Iannucci, David Schneider, Ian Martin, Peter Fellows – The Death of Stalin
    Spike Lee, David Rabinowitz, Kevin Wilmott, Charlie Wachtel – BlackKklansman

    Original Score
    Thomas Ades – Colette
    Terence Blanchard – BlackKklansman
    Nicholas Britell – If Beale Street Could Talk
    Alexandre Desplat – The Sisters Brothers
    Justin Hurwitz – First Man
    Hans Zimmer – Widows

    Original Song
    “All The Stars” – Black Panther
    “Can You Imagine That?” – Mary Poppins Returns
    “Requiem for a Private War” – Private War
    “Revelation” – Boy Erased
    “The Shallow” – A Star is Born
    “Strawberries & Cigarettes” – Love, Simon

    Cinematography
    Alfonso Cuaron – Roma
    James Laxton – If Beale Street Could Talk
    Matthew Libatique – A Star is Born
    Robbie Ryan – The Favourite
    Rachel Morrison – Black Panther
    Lukasz Zal – Cold War

    Visual Effects
    Avengers: Infinity War – Walt Disney
    Black Panther – Walt Disney
    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Warner Bros
    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Universal
    Rampage – Warner Bros
    Ready Player One – Warner Bros

    Film Editing
    Barry Alexander Brown – BlackKklansman
    Jay Cassidy – A Star is Born
    Tom Cross – First Man
    Alfonso Cuaron – Roma
    Joi McMillon, Nat Sanders – If Beale Street Could Talk
    Joe Walker – Widows

    Sound (Editing and Mixing)
    Black Panther – Walt Disney
    First Man – Universal
    Mary Poppins Returns – Walt Disney
    A Quiet Place – Paramount
    Roma – Netflix
    A Star is Born – Warner Bros

    Art Direction and Production Design
    Black Panther – Walt Disney
    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Warner Bros
    The Favourite – Fox Searchlight
    First Man – Universal
    Mary Poppins Returns – Walt Disney
    Roma – Magnolia Pictures

    Costume Design
    Colleen Atwood – Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
    Erin Benach – A Star is Born
    Alexandra Byrne – Mary Queen of Scots
    Ruth E. Carter – Black Panther
    Andrea Flesch – Colette
    Sandy Powell – The Favourite

     

    FYC Oscars 2019: Viola Davis (Widows) - Best Actress

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    Luca Giliberti
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    I absolutely love these! Widows actually got four! I have the feeling that a lot of these could correlate with the Globes!

    Other nice surprises:

    • Nicole Kidman for Boy Erased AND Destroyer
    • Nick Robinson for Love, Simon
    • Hans Zimmer for Score
    • Margot Robbie, MQOS

    Shockers:

    • Robbie makes it in but Ronan doesn’t (despite two actress categories)
    • no Christian Bale

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    ENGLAND
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    Rosamund Pike gets a nomination… So happy, although I have not seen the film, I think she is the greatest actress under 40.

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    Maria
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    Gosling did get in – Best Actor in a Drama, just no Damien Chazelle for directing.

    my biggest takeaways:

    – they LOVED A Private War (a movie i thought was ok but Rosamund is fantastic in it) I think Rosamund took Saoirse Ronan’s spot.

    – DOUBLE nominee Nicole Kidman! we will be seeing more of that.

    – lots of Blackkklansman love. Spike Lee for directing and even John David Washington. i’m really happy about that.

    – Vice got snubbed.

    – also not sure what Nico, 1988 is but now it’s on my radar.

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    marchingwizard
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    I absolutely love these! Widows actually got four! I have the feeling that a lot of these could correlate with the Globes! Other nice surprises:

    • Nicole Kidman for Boy Erased AND Destroyer
    • Nick Robinson for Love, Simon
    • Hans Zimmer for Score
    • Margot Robbie, MQOS

    Shockers:

    • Robbie makes it in but Ronan doesn’t (despite two actress categories)
    • no Christian Bale
    • Claire Foy in but not Gosling (though it doesn’t surprise me)

    Gosling did get in.

    And not only was there no Christian Bale, nothing from Vice made it in.

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    Luca Giliberti
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    Gosling did get in. And not only was there no Christian Bale, nothing from Vice made it in.

    I just saw, haha, I must be blind. Yeah, no Vice… maybe they didn’t see it in time?

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    Maria
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    I just saw, haha, I must be blind. Yeah, no Vice… maybe they didn’t see it in time?

    haha you’re fine. maybe? but Mary Poppins Returns is on here so idk.

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    Vicennn
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    Glad seeing Malek, Strawberries & Cigarettes, Nick Robinson, A Quiet Place and Mary Poppins Returns. Roma has all the Foreign film awards in the bag.

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    What I got from the list:

    1. Another ensemble award for The Favourite – glad to see that! SAG ensemble award next please!

    2. No Vice. Hope it isn’t bad omens for them as I expect a lot from the film and I really hope they do well in award season.

    3. No Saoirse Ronan even if Margot Robbie made it in. I thought Ronan carried the film and overshadowed Robbie and despite MQOS not being a really strong film, the acting was not at fault and if Robbie made it, Ronan should have made it too.

    4. No Natalie Portman. I thought her performance was amazing in Vox Lux and I would nominate her no matter in leading or supporting but maybe they didn’t care for Vox Lux or felt it was too divisive? As there is a scene in the film that is so hard to watch…

    5. Plenty of weird names like Robinson, Wu, Foster, but I get it that there are two categories for actors so that’s normal I guess…

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    I just saw, haha, I must be blind. Yeah, no Vice… maybe they didn’t see it in time?

    No worries haha. It’s a long list so it’s easy to miss someone out.

    No vice but many Mary Poppins so it’s weird but I hope vice still gets in for the other bigger precursors as I want that film to do well and I have high hopes for it.

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    What I got from the list:

    1. Another ensemble award for The Favourite – glad to see that! SAG ensemble award next please!

    2. No Vice. Hope it isn’t bad omens for them as I expect a lot from the film and I really hope they do well in award season.

    3. No Saoirse Ronan even if Margot Robbie made it in. I thought Ronan carried the film and overshadowed Robbie and despite MQOS not being a really strong film, the acting was not at fault and if Robbie made it, Ronan should have made it too.

    4. No Natalie Portman. I thought her performance was amazing in Vox Lux and I would nominate her no matter in leading or supporting but maybe they didn’t care for Vox Lux or felt it was too divisive? As there is a scene in the film that is so hard to watch…

    5. Plenty of weird names like Robinson, Wu, Foster, but I get it that there are two categories for actors so that’s normal I guess…

    I reallyy want Saoirse nominated. But i’m glad at least there are nominations for Margot, The film in Motion Picture Drama, and Costume Design.

    I’m also a big fan of Vox Lux. unfortunately I think it’s too divisive but also Best Actress is too stacked of a race, Natalie should really be going for supporting if she want’s nominated.

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    I reallyy want Saoirse nominated. But i’m glad at least there are nominations for Margot, The film in Motion Picture Drama, and Costume Design. I’m also a big fan of Vox Lux. unfortunately I think it’s too divisive but also Best Actress is too stacked of a race, Natalie should really be going for supporting if she want’s nominated.

    Same, I think Saoirse deserved a nomination. Especially as Margot got it, saoirse should have got it too.

    I liked MQOS too even if I’m not the biggest fan of it due to its method of story telling and not engaging enough until the middle, however I am also glad it got some sort of recognition elsewhere.

    Yes that opening scene from Vox Lux is so hard to watch and the issues it touch on make the film divisive. I think NEON is campaigning Natalie in supporting, but the Globes moved her to Drama Actress, remains to be seen what other precursors or even the Oscars decide on.

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    Who do you guys think will win the Acting categories?

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    Vicennn
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    Are there any early reactions to Vice? Because it seems they are in for a surprise

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    Are there any early reactions to Vice? Because it seems they are in for a surprise

    Critics and the media first got to see it on Nov 17.

    Generally, people thought Adam McKay pulled off an amazing film again after the Big Short.

    Bale and Adams’ performances were singled out saying that both of them were outstanding. Even saying Bale inhabited Cheney and no signs of Bale could be seen.

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