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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Ever since the 1930s, at least one acting winner from the previous decade has repeated with a second win in the following decade.

    30s & 40s

    Walter Brenan
    Fredrick March

    40s & 50s

    Gary Cooper
    Ingrid Bergman

    50s & 60s

    Anthony Quinn
    Shelley Wingers

    60s & 70s

    Maggie Smith
    Melvyn Douglas

    70s & 80s

    Robert de Niro
    Meryl Streep
    Jack Nicholson
    Sally Field
    Dustin Hoffman

    80s & 90s

    Jodie Foster
    Jessica Oange
    Diane Wiest
    Jack Nicholson
    Michael Caine

    1990s & 2000s

    Hilary Swank

    2000s & 2010s

    Daniel Day-Lewis
    Christophe Waltz
    Cate Blanchett
    Renee Zellweger

    Which of the acting winners from the 2010s do you think is most likely to pick up a second acting Oscar in the 2020s

    2010s winners

    Casey Affleck
    Mahershala Ali
    Patricia Arquette
    Christian Bale

    Cate Blanchett
    Olivia Colman
    Viola Davis
    Laura Dern

    Leonardo DiCaprio
    Jean Dujardin
    Colin Firth
    Daniel Day-Lewis

    Anne Hathaway
    Alison Janney
    Regina King
    Brie Larson

    Jennifer Lawrence
    Melissa Leo
    Jared Leto
    Rami Malek

    Matthew McConaughey
    Frances McDormand
    Julianne Moore
    Lupita Nyong’o

    Gary Oldman
    Joaquin Phoenix
    Brad Pitt
    Christopher Plummer

    Natalie Portman
    Eddie Redmayne
    Sam Rockwell
    Mark Rylance

    JK Simmons
    Octavia Spencer
    Emma Stone
    Meryl Streep

    Alicia Vikander
    Christophe Waltz
    Renee Zellweger

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    I’d rank them like this :

    1. Cate Blanchett
    2. Christian Bale
    3. Emma Stone
    4. Meryl Streep
    5. Leonardo DiCaprio
    6. Eddie Redmayne
    7. Laura Dern
    8. Lupita Nyong’o
    9. Sam Rockwell
    10. Natalie Portman
    11. Rami Malek
    12. Jennifer Lawrence
    13. Viola Davis
    14. Gary Oldman
    15. Christophe Waltz
    16. Alison Janney
    17. Brie Larson
    18. Olivia Colman
    19. Julianne Moore
    20. Frances McDormand
    21. Octavia Spencer
    22. Joaquin Phoenix
    23. Matthew McConaughey
    24. Brad Pitt
    25. Mark Rylance
    26. Anne Hathaway
    27. Renee Zellweger
    28. Christopher Plummer
    29. Regina King
    30. Colin Firth
    31. Jared Leto
    32. Daniel Day-Lewis
    33. JK Simmons
    34. Alicia Vikander
    35. Jean Dujardin
    36. Melissa Leo

    FYC Emmys : Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials"), Russell Tovery ("Years and Years"), Helena Bonham Carter ("The Crown") & The Crown, His Dark Materials, Years and Years, Succession and The Affair in all categories. The Politician : Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler and Judith Light.

    FYC Goldderby Awards : MAURA TIERNEY AND DOMINIC WEST FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF THE AFFAIR

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    I may sound cliché and i said this in another thread, but among the male actors, Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale are of course the most likely, especially the former.

    The former keeps starring in incredibly interesting and baity projects with all the best A-list filmmakers working today.

    The latter also attracts talent behind the camera willing to work with him, and he’s kinda considered overdue for a win in the Lead category.

    I’d also say that Gary Oldman is a threat this year for a second one with Mank.

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    I may sound cliché, i kinda said it in another thread, but among the male actors, DiCaprio and Bale are of course the most likely, especially the former. The former keeps starring in incredibly interesting and baity projects with all the best A-list directors working today. The latter also attracts talent behind the camera willing to work with him, and he’s kinda considered overdue for a win in the Lead category.

    With all due respect, Leo isn’t more likely to repeat than Bale. The former took ages to finally win his first, so I doubt he’ll be awarded a second this early. Bale almost won his second last year, and he only lost due to the character he portrayed and Bohemian Rhapsody’s popularity.

    FYC Emmys:

    THE CROWN

    Jane Lapotaire (Drama Guest Actress)
    Helena Bonham Carter (Drama Supporting Actress)
    Josh O'Connor (Drama Supporting Actor)
    Olivia Colman (Drama Actress)
    Tobias Menzies (Drama Actor)
    Charles Dance (Drama Guest Actor)

    KILLING EVE

    Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh (Drama Actress)
    Fiona Shaw (Drama Supporting Actress)
    Evgenia Dodina (Drama Guest Actress)
    Sean Delaney (Drama Guest Actor)

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    Meryl Streep is for sure getting another Oscar this decade. I could see her winning for “Babylon” (she’s rumored to be in it) or “Wicked” (she’ll probably be cast as Madame Morrible) in supporting, before winning a final one in Lead.

    The question mark is Cate Blanchett. She might have to wait the 2030s to win her third, but she could get it before if she is undeniable again, maybe with that Lucille Ball project (if it gets made) or even with Nightmare Alley.

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    Bale is sadly due for a leading Oscar.

    Other possibilities:
    DiCaprio is constantly getting baity roles with the biggest directors.

    Blanchett is always a contender. The Lucile Ball biopic seems promising.

    Portman always give good performances so with the right project she could win.

    Viola’s lead Oscar seems like a sure thing tbh.

    That’s it. Rooting for Pitt if he gives another performance in the level of Ad Astra. I guess he wouldn’t have been so overlooked if Once Upon wasn’t released the same year.

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    I’d also say that Gary Oldman is a threat this year for a second one with Mank.

    Yeah, after he finally broke through with a first nomination and first win with ease and in relatively short time of each other. He’ll probably again in the “you like me, you really like me” vein.

    With all due respect, Leo isn’t more likely to repeat than Bale. The former took ages to finally win his first, so I doubt he’ll be awarded a second this early.

    It’s odd, after the overdue narrative works, the thespian in question usually takes forever to come back (Pacino, Sarandon, Penn). I feel something similar will happen wirh Leo but because he now takes so long in-between projects he’ll still get nominated regardless (just without the wins, similar to Streep, DDL & Washington)

    Bale almost won his second last year, and he only lost due to the character he portrayed and Bohemian Rhapsody’s popularity.

    He also almost got nominated this year for a performance, role & film which are all very basic and paint-by-numbers.

    Him having his first win in supporting helps win for a 2nd, as there is still this idea that actors have his star level / fame having they’re Oscar be for supporting is lesser. It’s why Washington, Blanchett & Zellweger all managed to 2nd with relative ease and without any objectifications.

    That’s the same reasoning why I think Hathaway & Davis (probably this year for Ma Rainey) will also get a 2nd sooner rather than later.

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    I wouldn’t be surprised if Janney won a second Oscar. She still appears in quite a lot of Oscar bait movies and I suspect had Bad Education been acquired for a cinematic release last year instead of by HBO she could have threatened Laura Dern for the win.

    The same applies to Dern. I could easily seeing her being like Mahershala Ali and win a second Oscar in Supporting very soon.

    FYC Emmys : Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials"), Russell Tovery ("Years and Years"), Helena Bonham Carter ("The Crown") & The Crown, His Dark Materials, Years and Years, Succession and The Affair in all categories. The Politician : Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler and Judith Light.

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    I’d rank them like this :

    1. Cate Blanchett
    2. Christian Bale
    3. Emma Stone
    4. Meryl Streep
    5. Leonardo DiCaprio
    6. Eddie Redmayne
    7. Laura Dern
    8. Lupita Nyong’o
    9. Sam Rockwell
    10. Natalie Portman
    11. Rami Malek
    12. Jennifer Lawrence
    13. Viola Davis
    14. Gary Oldman
    15. Christophe Waltz
    16. Alison Janney
    17. Brie Larson
    18. Olivia Colman
    19. Julianne Moore
    20. Frances McDormand
    21. Octavia Spencer
    22. Joaquin Phoenix
    23. Matthew McConaughey
    24. Brad Pitt
    25. Mark Rylance
    26. Anne Hathaway
    27. Renee Zellweger
    28. Christopher Plummer
    29. Regina King
    30. Colin Firth
    31. Jared Leto
    32. Daniel Day-Lewis
    33. JK Simmons
    34. Alicia Vikander
    35. Jean Dujardin
    36. Melissa Leo

    I mostly agree, but I doubt the retired Day-Lewis is more likely to win an Oscar than Simmons, Vikander, Dujardin, Leo.

    If he actually takes a role, though, I’d put him way up there.

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    Anne Hathaway for  lead actress. She has the talent and ambition to go for a second Oscar.

     

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    Bale, Blanchett, Rockwell, Davis, Phoenix. Maybe Dern and maybe Streep.

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    Very likely: Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Viola Davis, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep.

    Possible: Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong’o, Joaquin Phoenix, Natalie Portman, Sam Rockwell, Emma Stone.

    Could happen: Olivia Colman, Laura Dern, Alisson Janney, Regina King, Brie Larson, Rami Malek, Julianne Moore, Frances McDormand, Gary Oldman, Brad Pitt, Eddie Redmayne, Octavia Spencer

    Unlikely/not happening: Casey Affleck, Mahershala Ali, Patricia Arquette, Daniel Day-Lewis,  Jean Dujardin, Colin Firth, Melissa Leo, Jared Leto, Matthew McConaughey, Christopher Plummer, Mark Rylance, JK Simmons, Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz, Renée Zellweger.

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    High contender: Bale, Blanchett

    Contender: Davis, Nyongo, Portman, Hathaway, Janney

    Maybe: Affleck, Firth, Oldman, DiCaprio

    Unlikely: the rest

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    Christian Bale

    Cate Blanchett
    Viola Davis

    Leonardo DiCaprio
    Anne Hathaway

    Jennifer Lawrence

    Julianne Moore

    Gary Oldman
    Brad Pitt

    Natalie Portman

    Emma Stone

     

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    I think La Streep will win her fourth this decade. If things turn out alright for her, she might even win a fifth, but she has to be really lucky to get a fifth. The fourth is extremely likely.

    Blanchett has two and at this point in her career she isn’t in third Oscar territory, so she’ll have to wait until the 2030s and deliver regularly. And by the way, somebody pointed out undeniable performances. Unfortunately, for the Academy, there is no such thing. They’ve honoured plenty of undeniable performances and snubbed just as many.

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