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    Passing: the Sundance reception apparently brings the real hype and it helps that Netflix acquired it (they know how to get the job done in landing nomination) and an Academy Award nominee.

    how many times do I gotta tell y’all that Passing isn’t happening lmao

    Oscar winners Emerald Fennell Daniel Kaluuya and Youn Yuh-jung

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    Whilst Regina King is snubbed again (this time for The Harder They Fall)…

    I mean, not like she was gonna get in in the first place

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    I don’t think any Sundance film is happening.

    Michelle Williams Oscar campaign manager.

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    I don’t think any Sundance film is happening.

    Yeah I think what we’re forgetting is that last year’s heavy Sundance presence at awards is an outlier – in recent years Sundance films have struggled to break through. Whether or not last year sets a new precedent remains to be seen, but there are just so many contenders.

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    Anthony Ramos has work. He is going to star in the next Transformers movie

     

    Is Michael Bay the director?

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    If a black woman is not winning, they shouldn’t be nominated. I’m tired of the standards for black women set so high

    I’m not predicting another POC to win in Lead unless their film is nominated in BP or they sweep every precursor. Voters keep trying it SMH.

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    Someone mentioned Chris Evans has a sex scene with Jonah Hill

    …Excuse me?

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    I don’t think any Sundance film is happening.

    I think Mass and Coda are pretty safe for nomination right now, even safer than some works by established directors.

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    I think Mass and Coda are pretty safe for nomination right now, even safer than some works by established directors.

    Why is that?

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    EARLY PREDICTIONS (discussingfilm.net)

    Best Picture

    1. Don’t Look Up
    2. Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson film
    3. The French Dispatch
    4. Nightmare Alley
    5. West Side Story
    6. Untitled David O. Russell film
    7. The Power of the Dog
    8. House of Gucci
    9. Being the Ricardos
    10. Eternals

    Best Director

    1. Guillermo del Toro (Nightmare Alley)
    2. Paul Thomas Anderson (Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson film)
    3. Adam McKay (Don’t Look Up)
    4. Wes Anderson (The French Dispatch)
    5. Joel Coen (The Tragedy of Macbeth)

    Best Actor

    1. Brendan Fraser (The Whale)
    2. Jason Isaacs (Mass)
    3. Will Smith (King Richard)
    4. Peter Dinklage (Cyrano)
    5. Denzel Washington (The Tragedy of Macbeth)

    Best Actress

    1. Ana De Armas (Blonde)
    2. Kristen Stewart (Spencer)
    3. Frances McDormand (The Tragedy of Macbeth)
    4. Lady Gaga (House of Gucci)
    5. Rachel Zegler (West Side Story)

    Best Supporting Actor

    1. Bradley Cooper (Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson film)
    2. Jesse Plemons (The Power of the Dog)
    3. Richard Jenkins (The Humans)
    4. Willem Dafoe (Nightmare Alley)
    5. Jared Leto (House of Gucci)

    Best Supporting Actress

    1. Ann Dowd (Mass)
    2. Margot Robbie (Untitled David O. Russell film)
    3. Sally Hawkins (Spencer)
    4. Ariana DeBose (West Side Story)
    5. Kirsten Dunst (The Power of the Dog)

    Best Original Screenplay

    1. Don’t Look Up
    2. Unitled Paul Thomas Anderson film
    3. The French Dispatch
    4. Mass
    5. Being the Ricardos

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    1. Nightmare Alley
    2. The Power of the Dog
    3. The Humans
    4. A Journal for Jordan
    5. The Tragedy of Macbeth
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    EARLY PREDICTIONS (Max Joseph)

    Best Picture

    1. House of Gucci
    2. Nightmare Alley
    3. Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson film
    4. Don’t Look Up
    5. Coda
    6. Mass
    7. West Side Story
    8. Being the Ricardos
    9. The French Dispatch
    10. Untitled David O. Russell film

    Best Director

    1. Ridley Scott (House of Gucci)
    2. Paul Thomas Anderson (Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson film)
    3. Guillermo del Toro (Nightmare Alley)
    4. Adam McKay (Don’t Look Up)
    5. Sian Heder (Coda)

    Best Actor

    1. Jason Isaacs (Mass)
    2. Denzel Washington (The Tragedy of Macbeth)
    3. Will Smith (King Richard)
    4. Michael B. Jordan (A Journal for Jordan)
    5. Adam Driver (House of Gucci)

    Best Actress

    1. Martha Plimpton (Mass)
    2. Ana De Armas (Blonde)
    3. Lady Gaga (House of Gucci)
    4. Rachel Zegler (West Side Story)
    5. Nicole Kidman (Being the Ricardos)

    Best Supporting Actor

    1. Troy Kotsur (Coda)
    2. Reed Birney (Mass)
    3. Idris Elba (The Harder They Fall)
    4. Jesse Plemons (The Power of the Dog)
    5. Bradley Whitford (Tick, Tick… Boom!)

    Best Supporting Actress

    1. Ann Dowd (Mass)
    2. Olga Merediz (In the Heights)
    3. Marlee Matlin (Coda)
    4. Ariana DeBose (West Side Story)
    5. Toni Collette (Nightmare Alley)

    Best Original Screenplahy

    1. Mass
    2. Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson film
    3. Coda
    4. Being the Ricardos
    5. Don’t Look Up

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    1. House of Gucci
    2. Nightmare Alley
    3. The Power of the Dog
    4. A Journal for Jordan
    5. The Tragedy of Macbeth
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    I’m not predicting another POC to win in Lead unless their film is nominated in BP or they sweep every precursor. Voters keep trying it SMH.

    But why must they be in a BP contender? Isn’t it best actress or is it best actress in a BP contender? Renée Zellweger was in a stinker last year and she swept the whole season. Billie Holiday couldn’t get the Oscars twice. Tina Turner and Harriet Tubman couldn’t do it and Aretha Franklin won’t either. But Judy Garland, Edith Piaf and Margaret Thatcher all won despite been critically panned. They’re just racist in this category

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    Is Michael Bay the director?

    No. Steven Caple Jr.

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    Why on earth does Discussing Film have Eternals in BP? That’s crazy.

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    Arman Saxena
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    Why on earth does Discussing Film have Eternals in BP? That’s crazy.

    Those are month-old predictions so they might’ve changed since

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