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Which actor among these will be the first one to win his first Oscar ever??
Willem Dafoe
Johnny Depp
Edward Norton
Will Smith
Jake Gyllenhaal
Tom Cruise
Robert Downey Jr
Matt Damon
Ryan Gosling
Samuel L. Jackson
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    Diamond Tier
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    Based on who’s competing this year: Will Smith.

    In the future: Willem Dafoe or Sam Jackson.

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    Saying Johnny Depp is not winning… Oscars love comebacks
    They rewarded Jane Fonda after Vietnam´s fiasco
    so everything is possible.

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    Saying Johnny Depp is not winning… Oscars love comebacks They rewarded Jane Fonda after Vietnam´s fiasco so everything is possible.

    Not happening if he couldn’t even win during his prime.

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    I think Dafoe has a pretty good chance this year. He’s in four films that have Oscar Buzz. He’s probably going to win for The Card Counter or for The Northman.

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    Dafoe is the definition of a respected veteran who has been waiting in the wings forever. If he keeps getting meaty roles he is winning soon, probably in Supporting but possibly in Lead. Depp is dunzo. Norton’s way past his momentum for now but Hollywood loves comebacks so you never know. Smith and Cruise are considered blockbuster stars rather than thespians, even though both are excellent actors. They – especially Smith – could win with the right role but it’s far from a sure thing to happen. Downey Jr. needs a transformational role to build a narrative. I wouldn’t put it past him, in fact I think it’s more likely than not to happen somewhere down the line. Ditto Damon. Gyllenhall is winning at some point. Gosling is a heavyweight – a commercial draw and a widely respected actor. He will win Best Actor, probably during the next ten years. Poor Jackson is silver screen charisma on a stick and way overdue, but unfortunately my crystal ball tells me he will keep being overlooked until one day he gets his honorary trophy.

    This is one of the best comments I’ve ever seen on this website. You spoke my exact thoughts

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    Saying Johnny Depp is not winning… Oscars love comebacks They rewarded Jane Fonda after Vietnam´s fiasco so everything is possible.

    Coming back from what? Domestic abuse? Who’s going to vote for Depp’s mess? And it’s not like any cares about him not having an Oscar. Have you seen his work in the last 14 years? Pure trash.

    He’s done.

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    Considering that he’s close with filmmakers such as Paul Thomas Anderson and Richard Linklater, I can see Downey Jr a few years from now making a critical comeback and snagging an Oscar.

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    Gyllenhaal may be talented but for some reasons, Hollywood doesn’t show key interest in him and likely he’s not in first tier of the Hollywood chain food like Gosling or Bradley Cooper (As happened with Leonard Bernstein projects for example). The recent decision to make actions films (Closer to Mark Wahlberg films) can be a red alert measure to show BO muscle.

    This. What is going on with his choices for upcoming film projects???

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    Coming back from what? Domestic abuse? Who’s going to vote for Depp’s mess? And it’s not like any cares about him not having an Oscar. Have you seen his work in the last 14 years? Pure trash. He’s done.

    Eh actors can come back from it if they don’t repeat. Certain Marvel actor had quite a big case of domestic abuse (his ex was a famous actress, he was arrested) but he never repeated and no one should drag that again. What happened happend, he grew out of it and poses no threat. That’s why I don’t name him. He’s been working with big directors and even Brie Larson didn’t roll eyes when they promoted Endgame together. They had a very freindly banter. So point being, if Depp doens’t get involved in anything like it, including wife beating him up or mutual beating, he could come back with the right role. Climate changes constantly. What wasn’t big deal then is big deal now and then it won’t be. It’s all cyclical. Nothign lasts forever trends least of all.

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    This. What is going on with his choices for upcoming film projects???

    He will be in Fun Home, the adaptation of the stage musical of Alison Bechdel’s book. I haven’t seen the show, but his role sounds incredibly complex and interesting. Musicals have fallen a bit out of favor at the Oscars (or there haven’t been enough good ones lately), but if In the Heights or Dear Evan Hansen this year can put the musical back in the Academy’s good graces, this could definitely at least be his second nomination. The performer for his character on Broadway won a Tony for the role.

    Emmys FYC: Maya Erskine in PEN15, Paapa Essiedu in I May Destroy You, Keeley Hawes in It's a Sin, Carl Lumbly in TFATWS, Cristin Milioti in Made for Love, Elizabeth Olsen in WandaVision, Billie Piper in I Hate Suzie, Hailee Steinfeld in Dickinson, William Zabka in Cobra Kai

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    Unless depp is definitively cleared and by that I mean unless Heard legit admits to her bull, he’s done. Unfair but true.

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    Eh actors can come back from it if they don’t repeat. Certain Marvel actor had quite a big case of domestic abuse (his ex was a famous actress, he was arrested) but he never repeated and no one should drag that again. What happened happend, he grew out of it and poses no threat. That’s why I don’t name him. He’s been working with big directors and even Brie Larson didn’t roll eyes when they promoted Endgame together. They had a very freindly banter. So point being, if Depp doens’t get involved in anything like it, including wife beating him up or mutual beating, he could come back with the right role. Climate changes constantly. What wasn’t big deal then is big deal now and then it won’t be. It’s all cyclical. Nothign lasts forever trends least of all.

    The Oscars once gave a standing ovation to a statutory rapist, this aint that kind of party anymore. This is a different environment from back in the day

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    Lol at people thinking Depp can come back during the #MeToo era. He got so much media attention about his domestic abuse I don’t even know if the Marvel actor someone mentioned got nearly the amount of press as Depp did. He was even fired for other movie roles because of the claims. For Casey Affleck, the allegations came too late and did not receive as widespread attention as Depp.

    Michelle Williams Oscar campaign manager.

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    Coming back from what? Domestic abuse? Who’s going to vote for Depp’s mess? And it’s not like any cares about him not having an Oscar. Have you seen his work in the last 14 years? Pure trash. He’s done.

    Girl, they literally reward a convicted pedophile like Polanski, anything can happen

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    The one who should have won for The Florida Project.

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