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    SoniNon
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    #1204233464

    The way Anya Taylor-Joy is listed first in the cast/credits over the leads of the film 🤷‍♀️

    You are aware that’s just based on the IMDb starmeter, right?

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    Dear Evan Hansen and WSS will be mediocre at best. In the Heights will be forgotten. Annette will be too weird and artsy. All the musicals are going nowhere. 0 nominations

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    The way Anya Taylor-Joy is listed first in the cast/credits over the leads of the film 🤷‍♀️

    Because IMDB usually lists the casts for films still in production using their weird AF metric ‘starmeter’.

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    New thread predictions

    PICTURE

    Cry Macho (Warner Bros)
    Eternals (Disney)
    Decision to Leave (TBD)
    Dune (Warner Bros)
    In the Heights (Warner Bros)
    Nightmare Alley (Searchlight)
    Passing (Netflix)
    The Card Counter (Focus)
    The Electric Life of Louis Wain (Amazon)
    The Northman (Focus)
    The Power of the Dog (Netflix)

    DIRECTOR

    Jane Campion – The Power of the Dogg
    Rebecca Hall – Passing
    Park Chan-wook – Decision to Leave
    Denis Villanue – Dune
    EFA winner

    ACTOR

    Benedict Cumberbatch – The Electric Life of Louis Wain
    Oscar Isaac – The Card Counter
    Park Hae-il – Decision to Leave
    Anthony Ramos – In the Heights
    Will Smith – King Richard

    ACTRESS

    Kirsten Dunst – The Power of the Dog
    Lady Gaga – House of Gucci
    Tiffany Haddish – The Card Counter
    Kristen Stewart – Spencer
    Tessa Thompson – Passing

    SUP ACTOR

    Andre Holland – Passing
    Richard Jenkins – Nightmare Alley
    Eduardo Minett – Cry Macho
    Al Pacino – House of Gucci
    Jesse Plemmons – The Power of the Dog

    SUP ACTRESS

    Björk – The Northman
    Kaitlyn Dever – Dear Evan Hansen
    Vera Farmiga – The Many Saints of Newark
    Olga Merediz – In the Heights
    Ruth Negga – Passing

    ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

    Paul Schrader – The Card Counter
    Park Chan-wook & Chung Seo-kyung – Decision to Leave
    Will Sharpe & Simon Stephensen – The Electric Life of Louis Wain
    Edgar Wright & Krysty Wilson-Cairns – Last Night in Soho
    Paul Thomas Anderson – Soggy Bottom

    ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

    Nick Schenk N. Richard Nash – Cry Macho
    Guillermo Del Toro & Kim Morgan – Nightmare Alley
    Rebecca Hall – Passing
    Jane Campion – The Power of the Dog
    Janicza Bravo & Jeremy O. Harris – Zola

    COSTUME DESIGN

    Ruth E. Carter – Coming 2 America
    Jenny Beavan – Cruella
    Janty Yates – House of Gucci
    Luis Sequeira – Nightmare Alley
    Jacqueline Durran – Spencer

    PRODUCTION DESIGN

    Adam Stockhausen & Rena DeAngelo – The French Dispatch
    Patrice Vermette, Richard Roberts & Zsuzsanna Sipos – Dune
    Tamara Deverell & Shane Viea – Nightmare Alley
    Katie Spencer & Sarah Greenwood – Cyrano
    Craig Lathrop and Niamh Coulter – The Northman

    CINEMATOGRAPHY

    Jarin Blaschke – The Northman
    Greig Fraser – Dune
    Eduard Grau – Passing
    Robert Yeoman – The French Dispatch
    Chung-hoon Chung – Last Night in SoHo

    FILM EDITING

    Benjamin Rodriguez Jr. – The Card Counter
    Dylan Tichenor and Craig Wood – Eternals
    TBC – Decision to Leave
    Joe Walker – Dune
    Andrew Weisblum – The French Dispatxh

    MAKEUP and HAIRSTYLING

    Dune
    House of Gucci
    The French Dispatch
    Last Night in Soho
    The Many Saints of Newark

    ORIGINAL SCORE

    Alexandre Desplat – Nightmare Alley
    Ramin Djawadi – Eternals
    Steven Price – Last Night in Soho
    Dan Romer – Luca
    Jonny Greenwood – The Power of the Dog

    ORIGINAL SONG

    “All Summer Long” – In the Heights
    “Beginning Middle End” – To All the Boys: Always and Forever
    “No Time to Die” – No Time to Die
    “Somehow You Do” – Four Good Days
    “So May We Start”, Annette

    “TBA”, Top Gun Maverick (apparently Gaga is doing it)

    SOUND

    A Quiet Place Part II
    CODA
    Cry Macho
    Dune
    In the Heights

    VISUAL EFFECTS

    A Quiet Place Part II
    Dune
    Eternals
    Godzilla vs King
    Top Gun: Maverick

    Most Nominations

    8 – Dune
    7 – Passing
    6 – Nightmare Alley, The Power of the Dog
    5 – The Card Counter, Decision to Leave, In the Heights
    4 – Cry Macho, Eternals, House of Gucci, Last Night in SoHo, The French Dispatch, The Northman
    3 – The Electric Life of Louis Wain
    2 – A Quiet Place Part II, The Many Saints of Newark

    Emmys FYC | Alan Tudyk in “Resident Alien” | Billie Piper in “I Hate Suzie” | Ego Nwodim in “Saturday Night Live” | Kaley Cuoco in “Harley Quinn” | “Dickinson” | “P-Valley” | “Pose” | “Superstore”

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    #1204233474

    I understand The Electric Life of Louis Wain’s predictions but to me, it just looks like one of those English period films we get every year that go nowhere.

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    I understand The Electric Life of Louis Wain’s predictions but to me, it just looks like one of those English period films we get every year that go nowhere.

    Same, honestly.

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     DIRECTOR Jane Campion – The Power of the Dogg  

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    ACTRESS Kirsten Dunst – The Power of the Dog Lady Gaga – House of Gucci Tiffany Haddish – The Card Counter Kristen Stewart – Spencer Tessa Thompson – Passing

    For Gucci I feel like it will be either both Driver and Gaga or neither of them. Just a feeling.

    ORIGINAL SONG “All Summer Long” – In the Heights “Beginning Middle End” – To All the Boys: Always and Forever “No Time to Die” – No Time to Die “Somehow You Do” – Four Good Days “TBA”, Annette – “TBA”, Top Gun Maverick (apparently Gaga is doing it)

    Think the ‘lead’ song for Annette is called ‘So May We Start’.

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    New thread predictions PICTURE Cry Macho (Warner Bros) Eternals (Disney Decision to Leave (TBD) Dune (Warner Bros) In the Heights (Warner Bros) Nightmare Alley (Searchlight) Passing (Netflix) The Card Counter (Focus) The Electric Life of Louis Wain (Amazon) The Power of the Dog (Netflix)  Most Nominations 8 – Dune 7 – Passing 6 – Nightmare Alley, The Power of the Dog 5 – The Card Counter, Decision to Leave, In the Heights 4 – Cry Macho, Eternals, House of Gucci, Last Night in SoHo, The French Dispatch 3 – The The Electric Life of Louis Wain Northman 2 – A Quiet Place Part II, The Many Saints of Newark

    I really hope Decision to Leave does as well as you have it doing here. There is a somewhat good chance that an international film gets in Best Picture this year and, if it happens, I think it’ll be either Decision to Leave, Asghar Farhadi’s A Hero, or Almodovar’s Parallel Mothers.

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    Because IMDB usually lists the casts for films still in production using their weird AF metric ‘starmeter’.

    Well, Bale and Robbie have a wider filmography if the “starmeter” was partly based on that but I guess its not. Its a bit weird system but thanks for the info 👌

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    Well, Bale and Robbie have a wider filmography if the “starmeter” was partly based on that but I guess its not. Its a bit weird system but thanks for the info 👌

    It’s basically just based on who has articles written about them that week and a bunch of other pointless stuff.

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    All I want is for next year to finally see Kristen Stewart getting her first nomination and Toni Collette to finally win. The latter esp. is the most overdue working actress. Yes, I said that. I do think she’s the most overdue with an impeccable film career from the mid-90s.

    Muriel, The Sixth Sense, About a Boy, Japanese Story, The Hours, In Her Shoes, Little Miss Sunshine, Hereditary, Knives Out, I’m Thinking of Ending Things…not to mention a bunch of indies like The Dead Girl, Hey, Hey, It’s Esther Blueburger, The Way Way Back….the fact that she is not an Oscar-winner is really upsetting.

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    Think the ‘lead’ song for Annette is called ‘So May We Start’.

       You mean you can only see Driver and Gaga as the film’s two acting nominees?

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    Imagine believing on “plot leaks”. 😂😂😂 Where were you when it was “leaked that Magneto would appear in Wandavision?

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    You mean you can only see Driver and Gaga as the film’s two acting nominees?

    Not exactly. The post I was replying to was predicting Gaga in Actress and Pacino in Supporting but no Driver. I think for Gucci either both Gaga and Driver will be nominated or neither of them will. Just a feeling, probably rooted in the assumption that most of their scenes in the movie will be together (if that is even the case).

    If I had to pick one of them I think I would go with Driver – not just because he’s a more established actor but because from what I understand the guy he’s playing goes through a bit of a transformation which sounds like good material for him.

    That’s aside from any potential Supporting nominations (I think Driver will be Lead).

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