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Which female actress among these will be the one with most Oscar nominations???
Cate Blanchett
Kate Winslet
Glenn Close
Amy Adams
Viola Davis
Jennifer Lawrence
Saoirse Ronan
Nicole Kidman
Margot Robbie
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    Which among these, at the end when it’s all said and done, will be the female actress with most Oscar nominations??

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    I voted for Saoirse, after all, she is coming for Winslet’s record as the youngest 5 time nominee this year.

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    I voted for Saoirse, after all, she is coming for Winslet’s record as the youngest 5 time nominee this year.

    I wouldn’t be so sure.
    I wouldn’t take for granted the nomination for Ammonite, we have no idea how it’s going to be received the movie overall.

    The category seems to be packed, and i’m not sure if she will get in for a mere Carol/Portrait rip-off.

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    I wouldn’t be so sure. I wouldn’t take for granted the nomination for Ammonite, we have no idea how it’s going to be received the movie overall. The category seems to be packed, and i’m not sure if she will get in for a mere Carol/Portrait rip-off.

    Actually, I think Supporting Actress is the weakest category at the moment. But you are right, the only person I would call a lock for the nomination is Glenn.

    We only wait a couple of weeks for the first reviews of Ammonite to come out of TIFF, then we’ll have an idea of Saoirse’s chances.

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    Actually, I think Supporting Actress is the weakest category at the moment. But you are right, the only person I would call a lock for the nomination is Glenn.

    Strange, the 93rd season is already aggressively superior on paper for female contenders.

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    Strange, the 93rd season is already aggressively superior on paper for female contenders.

    I agree that this year seems more promising than last, especially in lead actress. Supporting is trickier since we don’t have an idea of how prominent anyone’s role is, that why as of now the category looks, for me, kind of empty.

    However, with the festivals coming soon, I have no doubt the race will be more crowded and competitive after we get the first reviews of some of these films sometime next month.

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    i’m not sure if she will get in for a mere Carol/Portrait rip-off.

    Nobody ever says this kind of thing about straight romantic films unless they are obviously similar in storyline or plot. Besides, Ammonite is about real people.

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    Blanchett or Ronan.

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    Glenn & Amy will be nominated until they eventually win. God knows when that will be. 💀

    Cate is going to receive 10+ career nods when it’s all said and done.

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    I agree that this year seems more promising than last, especially in lead actress. Supporting is trickier since we don’t have an idea of how prominent anyone’s role is, that why as of now the category looks, for me, kind of empty.

    However, with the festivals coming soon, I have no doubt the race will be more crowded and competitive after we get the first reviews of some of these films sometime next month.

    Close, Colman, and Ronan. Just off the strength of their name and the assumed prestige of their specific productions.

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    Cate and Saoirse

    If the movies slated for 2020 will ever be finished in time, the lead and supporting actress could look like this:

    SUPPORTING
    Glenn Close (7 noms)
    Saoirse Ronan (4 noms)
    Cate Blanchett (7 noms 2 wins)
    Toni Collette (1 nom)

    LEAD
    Kate Winslet (7 noms 1 win)
    Michelle Pfeiffer (3 noms)
    Amy Adams ( 6 noms)
    Viola Davis (3 noms 1 win)
    Carey Mulligan (1 nom)
    Frances McDormand (5 noms 2 wins)

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    Close, Colman, and Ronan. Just off the strength of their name and the assumed prestige of their specific productions.

    Seyfried is supposedly great in Mank too. Pretty sure I read somewhere that Fincher was raving about her and he rarely does that with actors.

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    Seyfried is supposedly great in Mank too. Pretty sure I read somewhere that Fincher was raving about her and he rarely does that with actors.

    What’s confusing me about Seyfried is that her character was almost a year older than Oldman’s in real life, yet she is about half his age. Perhaps she appears only in flashback–it wouldn’t surprise me if Fincher was going for a similar jigsaw-puzzle narrative to Citizen Kane.

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    Glenn Close will end up among the most nominated actresses ever and that’s all I care about.

    She needs to win a competitive Oscar. Being the most nominated without ever winning can go to Amy Adams.

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    Glenn is pushing 80. I don’t wanna state the obvious but they need to stop playing with her at this point. She should have been called Oscar winner in the 80s and it’s already embarassing enough they made her wait that much

    She deserves nothing less than a clean industry sweep + full critics backing next year

    Anyway, Blanchett will reach 10+ noms when it’s all said and done. I wonder if she can surpass Hepburn too

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