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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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    Drusilla
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    I’m not convinced Gyllenhaal is ever winning. For some reason the Academy doesn’t seem to care about him. I’d love to be proven wrong though.

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      This is a different environment from back in the day

    Lol at people thinking Depp can come back during the #MeToo era. 

    Exactly my point. Eras change. Right now, we are in the unfrogivable era. Which doesn’t mean that 10, 20 years from now people won’t feel more forgiving especially if someone cleans up their act. He’s 50. he could come back at 60, 70, 80.
    Once again, trends/climates/eras do change. Just look at the Oscar race. Nominations at the start were much more influenced by BLM than at the end when AMPAS nominations rolled in and then the wins.  And we are talking about several months long awards race, not years. Yet with the fading of the movement (influence) movies that fed off it faded as well. Within mere months.

     

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    LOL that Johnny Depp defense comparing his case with Jane Fonda reminds me when Atypical compared Glenn Close case with Geraldine Page.

    First Jane Fonda happened in late 1970s and she needed a full political vindication which happened after Richard Nixon was caught in Watergate and audience saw the horrors of Vietnam. These series of circunstances were unique. And that happened +40 years ago.

    Ironically you mentioned how the AMPAS can really changed and it’s true, but also applied in the other way. Since the 1990s, the AMPAS has become less receptive to “comeback narratives”, as we saw with Lauren Baccall (Losing to Juliette Binoche), Eddie Murphy (Losing to Alan Arkin), Sylvester Stallone (Losing to Mark Rylance), Michael Keaton (Losing to Eddie Redmayne) or even Glenn Close (Losing to Youn Yuh-jung and Olivia Colman). Since 20 years ago, the AMPAS had changed and has become less receptive to “comebacks”. Now with Polanski winning, well, right now Polanski and Weinstein were expelled and probably Scott Rudin is coming up next.

    Also, why would Johnny Depp have a comeback when he become a LAZY actor, confessing he can’t memorize his lines and need an assistant for reading (Hence his blank state of his lackuster flmography. Beyond his personal struggles, he isn’t even a proper thespian anymore and his talent is close to the soap operas.

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    On terms of likelyhood of getting an oscar I’d rank them as-

    Samuel L Jackson

    Willem Dafoe

    Jake Gyllenhaal

    matt Damon

    Robert Downey Jr.

    Ryan Gosling

    Will Smith

    Tom Cruise

    Johnny Depp

    Edward Norton

    My favourite among them is Downey Jr, but honestly he got blindsided by the money and fame from marvel. Otherwise his run from like 2005-8 is just amazing and also some of his earlier performances like Natural Born Killers or even The Pick Up Artist(lol) show how talented he is.

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    Mark Ruffalo, anyone?

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    Mark Ruffalo, anyone?

    With the right role and soft competition, i could totally see him winning in supporting.

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    Im baffled on how people write off Johnny Depp. Its obvious that the Cunt is the one who abuses him, not other way. Many people defend him and the Cunt itself already abuse MeToo for its advantage

     

    Depp will come for his first

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    My personal choices would be Ryan Gosling and Downey Jr.

    Agree with the poster above about Downey Jr. being a little off track lately.

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    Okay, put everything personal aside with Depp then and look at his career. He’s done either way. He is overdue for an award called Razzie (after 9 nominations in 7 years, it’s time), though.

    Also, he is nearly 60-years-old and he lost out on his most important years. The years in which he would have turned into a respected veteran actor. Now, he is just someone who’s had a few hyped-up years in the business.

    Not to mention that neither Rourke nor Stallone won the Oscars with their big return. And they were far less messy than Depp. It’s just not happening, let it go.

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    Willem Dafoe is so underrated. A loss for The Florida Project and snub for The Lighthouse still hurts. Hope he wins someday.

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    o

    As good as that movie was, it wasn’t really an Oscar-bait. I think Dafoe will surely win one day – look at this random nomination for At Eternity’s Gate. He’s clearly beloved by his peers!

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    Okay, put everything personal aside with Depp then and look at his career. He’s done either way. He is overdue for an award called Razzie (after 9 nominations in 7 years, it’s time), though.

    Also, he is nearly 60-years-old and he lost out on his most important years. The years in which he would have turned into a respected veteran actor. Now, he is just someone who’s had a few hyped-up years in the business.

    Not to mention that neither Rourke nor Stallone won the Oscars with their big return. And they were far less messy than Depp. It’s just not happening, let it go.

    Thank You.

    And again, we’re talking about an actor who was confessed as lazy and insipid in a creative way. For the other part, do you really think the AMPAS, with more international members, will vote for an actor who can’t even memorize his lines in a film?

    If Stallone, Rourke or Michael Keaton (and this last one in a Best Picture Winner) couldn’t win with better “comeback stories”, why would Depp?

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    Johnny Depp won a SAG with a comedic role…
    Maybe he is not your cup of tea, but till he is not dead, he has a chance.
    Sean Penn won 2 oscars, and he was not your typical loving actor… his political views has been always extreme and he was married to MAdonna and all the chaos that relationship got…

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    By the way,
    Are u really comparing Rourke and Stallone with Depp?
    How many good films have them both? Maybe one between the two of them before the nomination

    Keaton has maybe a couple of good movies… but he is not a good actor

    Depp has been great in many, many movies… All his work with Tim Burton is simply marvellous… plus he has worked with many others.

    He may not get your vote, however he will get mine and here in Europe we are not so… preachy like in the states.

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    The depp support in this thread is not only strange, but disgusting too…

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