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Which female actress do you think will dominate the 2020s??
Florence Pugh
Anya Taylor-Joy
Margot Robbie
Saoirse Ronan
Kaitlyn Dever
Zendaya
Ana De Armas
Thomasin McKenzie
Scarlett Johansson
Emma Stone
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    CuriousHedgehog
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    I see all of them one or another, like I can see most of them getting first time nominations, if not wins (i.e. Zendaya and Anya Taylor-Joy for nominations and Saoirse Ronan and Florence Pugh for wins) for the Oscars.

    FYC:

    Best Screenplay: Never Rarely Sometimes Always (Eliza Hitman)
    Best Actress: Sidney Flanigan ("Never Rarely Sometimes Always")

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    Millie Bobby Brown

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    Margot Robbie and Anya Taylor-Joy have the  most buzzy projects currently. I feel like Ana De Armas will have more projects once Blonde is out.

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    Margot Robbie and Anya Taylor-Joy have the most buzzy projects currently. I feel like Ana De Armas will have more projects once Blonde is out.

    This was my thought exactly

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    De Armas’s follow-up film to Knives Out is a Netflix film called The Gray Man co-starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans. Shooting has already begun in LA. I also agree she’ll get a lot of offers once Blonde is released, but I’m disappointed TGM is going to be her post Knives Out film. It doesn’t sound interesting. I’m sure she must have gotten other offers, and it makes me wonder why she chose it.

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    De Armas’s follow-up film to Knives Out is a Netflix film called The Gray Man co-starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans. Shooting has already begun in LA. I also agree she’ll get a lot of offers once Blonde is released, but I’m disappointed TGM is going to be her post Knives Out film. It doesn’t sound interesting. I’m sure she must have gotten other offers, and it makes me wonder why she chose it.

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    Robbie or Taylor-Joy

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    Zendaya, Margot, Anna, Millie.  Order these 4 based on your definition of success (Gross, reputation, sheer popularity, awards, proliferation, talent).

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    Interesting, but which stage actors dominated the 2010’s?

    Meryl Streep.. and Cate Blanchett still dominated 2010s films in terms of Oscar nomination actually. However, if we see newcomers, the prevalence can be seen more clearly in male actor side. We had Eddie Redmayne and Andrew Garfield, or Daniel Kaluuya and Adam Driver (who hadn’t had time to dominate since they broke out in the last half of decade). In the female actor side, we only had Cynthia Erivo (which I think she will have an interesting trajectory this decade) and Jessica Chastain (which hopefully gets her due this decade). Well, it’s hard to say that they dominate the decade, but at least there were ones who had their success in 2010s.

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    Cate Blanchett only had 2 Oscar nominations in the 2010s. She only solidified her reputation as “Cate the Great” this decade but she was way more dominant in the aughts.

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    I can’t decide between Florence Pugh and Anya Taylor-Joy.

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    Samara Weaving.

    I would love to see her on the Emmy and/or Oscar stage!!

    Emmys FYC
    Best Actor in a Drama Series: Josh O'Connor (The Crown)
    Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series: Kathryn Hahn (WandaVision)

    Oscars FYC
    Best Actress: Vanessa Kirby (Pieces of a Woman)
    Best Supporting Actress: Yun-jung Youn (Minari)

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    They’ll be sharing the limelight, but Robbie and Ronan will win their Oscars this decade while the others will at most be nominated.

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    Robbie and Ronan only a matter of time.

    Zendaya should ditch Levinson.

    ATJ and Florence.

    And every year you will see fresh faces.

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    Lady Gaga

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