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  • Snow
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    I think Kerry Washington didn’t blow up quiet the way everyone thought she would after Scandal (she did admittedly get married and have a couple kids) but hopefully little fires everywhere will put her back on top – although I don’t have high hopes as it looks kinda bad

    It’s a shame Kerry always being overlooked. I have a feeling that she will be somewhat an Octavia Spencer to achieve big success (in movies), but once she finds the right role, she won’t stop with 1 nomination. Hope so.

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    Matheus Vaz
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    Jodie Comer for sure, in my mind she would win on a biopic about Joni Mitchell’s life

    If every year we are forced these films down our throats, why can’t it be for a singer I love and care about?

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    LaKeith Stanfield: His project list so far has been elite. I see people taking notice of him for the amount of well received movies he’s been in

    Jodie comer: Her being the youngest lead Emmy winner and the only non Oscar/globe winner to be nominated in her categories this year tells me Hollywood is going to take a liking to her

    Paul dano: He was as good as Daniel day Lewis in there will be blood and his portrayal as Brian Wilson deserves an Oscar.

    Rachel Brosnahan: Acclaimed actress who has charisma in spades who can both comedy and Drama.

    Teyonah Parris: I thought she had one of the best performances of 2015 (chiraq) was great in beale street and is going to be in a upcoming marvel project, so her stock should go up.

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    Rubeus
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    There’s probably no better example here than Sarah Paulson.

    Highly likely: James McAvoy, Emily Blunt
    Likely: Emma Watson, Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz
    Long shots: Jennifer Aniston, Ryan Phillippe, Bryce Dallas Howard

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    Rick Dunn
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    Jodie Comer: Only a matter of time.

    Jamie Lee Curtis: For some great supporting role. She already has two Golden Globes (and 7 noms) and a BAFTA, among lesser awards (People’s Choice, Saturn Award, American Comedy Award). She has lots of industry good will.

    Robert Pattinson: He’s been fantastic in small films. Batman will raise his profile enormously.

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    Dan Backslide
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    I feel like Ben Mendelssohn just needs the right role and he could definitely pull off a win.

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    Edgar Pereira
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    # Meg Ryan and Andie MacDowell if they manage a “comeback to glory” project.
    # Jodie Comer, when she reaches the “hit girl status”
    # Tessa Thompson… She will happen soon
    # Guy Pearce
    # Donald Sutherland (I hope it happens)
    # Emily Blunt (too much “snubed” status, they will want to apologize)

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    braydenfitzsimmons
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    There’s probably no better example here than Sarah Paulson.

    This, she feels like such an Allison Janney-esque win. Legendary figure on TV for years while being a ensemble player in so much hit films.

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    Gabe Guarin
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    I think Shia LaBeouf will at least get a nomination in the future.

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    PeytonKawai for Dame Kate Winslet
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    I think these will be nominated at least, and some of them will win.

    • Christopher Abbott
    • Jamie Bell
    • Emily Blunt
    • Jesse Buckley
    • Hugh Grant
    • Riley Keough
    • Shia LaBeouf
    • Gugu Mbatha-Raw
    • Alessandro Nivola
    • Josh O’Connor
    • David Oyelowo
    • Robert Pattisnon
    • Kristen Stewart
    • Ben Whishaw

    TED LASSO & THE WHITE LOTUS in EVERY CATEGORIES!

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    UrdrKitt
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    I think Elisabeth Moss will win the Oscar on her first nomination. Agree about Kudrow, Blunt, and Dunst.

    I completely agree! Sadly, I think we’ll have to wait a few more years before she gets the nomination, but when she does, she’ll win first time.

    She’s too good an actress to not win an Oscar!

    FYC:

    Everything Everywhere All At Once in all categories, but especially Lead Actress (Yeoh), Supporting Actor (Quan), Supporting Actress (Hsu and Curtis) and Original Screenplay

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    SuperStarShapedGummy
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    I agree with the common Robert Pattinson choice here and I think Kristen Stewart will get a nomination. Funny how the 2 people stars of the Twilight saga are now being considered great performers.

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    Jays
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    Fingers crossed Dunst wins in 2022 for the new Jane Campion film.

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    M: The Original
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    Fingers crossed Dunst wins in 2022 for the new Jane Campion film.

    If all else fails let’s hope Frances Conroy earns supporting actress traction.

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    M: The Original
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    Sarah Paulson seems primed to win the second she gets the right role. I think Kerry Washington didn’t blow up quiet the way everyone thought she would after Scandal (she did admittedly get married and have a couple kids) but hopefully little fires everywhere will put her back on top – although I don’t have high hopes as it looks kinda bad

    Washington needs Barry Jenkins to cast her in a plum role and she can Regina King her way through award season.

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