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    Here’s a complete list of (living) actors who (1) do not have an Oscar; and (2) were nominated in the 2010s. Which ones do you think will finally win in the 2020s?

    Barkhad Abdi
    Amy Adams
    Yalitza Aparicio
    Antonio Banderas
    Berenice Bejo
    Annette Bening
    Demian Bichir
    Mary J. Blige
    Helena Bonham Carter
    Kenneth Branagh
    Steve Carell
    Timothee Chalamet
    Jessica Chastain
    Glenn Close
    Bradley Cooper
    Bryan Cranston
    Benedict Cumberbatch
    Willem Dafoe
    Matt Damon
    Bruce Dern
    Marina de Tavira
    Adam Driver
    Jesse Eisenberg
    Chiwetel Ejiofor
    Sam Elliott
    Cynthia Erivo
    Michael Fassbender
    James Franco
    Lady Gaga
    Andrew Garfield
    Ryan Gosling
    Richard E. Grant
    Tom Hardy
    Woody Harrelson
    Naomie Harris
    Ethan Hawke
    John Hawkes
    Sally Hawkins
    Lucas Hedges
    Jonah Hill
    Isabelle Huppert
    Hugh Jackman
    Jennifer Jason leigh
    Richard Jenkins
    Scarlett Johansson
    Felicity Jones
    Daniel Kaluuya
    Michael Keaton
    Keira Knightley
    Leslie Manville
    Rooney Mara
    Rachel McAdams
    Melissa McCarthy
    Janet McTeer
    Laurie Metcalf
    Viggo Mortensen
    Ruth Negga
    Nick Nolte
    Edward Norton
    Dev Patel
    Rosamund Pike
    Jonathan Pryce
    Florence Pugh
    Charlotte Rampling
    Jeremy Renner
    Margot Robbie
    Saoirse Ronan
    Mark Ruffalo
    Michael Shannon
    June Squibb
    Sylvester Stallone
    Hailee Steinfeld
    Quvenzhane Wallis
    Naomi Watts
    Jacki Weaver
    Michelle Williams

    *Emmanuelle Riva and Max von Sydow are excluded because they are now deceased.

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    Amy Adams, Jessica Chastain, they both seem very possible.

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    Out of all of them, probably Melissa McCarthy.

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    Amy Adams. After her airport novel movie, she’ll get one, I hope

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    I can see any of the following as winners:
    Amy Adams
    Timothee Chalamet
    Jessica Chastain
    Glenn Close
    Bradley Cooper
    Melissa McCarthy
    Viggo Mortensen
    Margot Robbie
    Saoirse Ronan
    Michelle Williams

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    Top 5:

    Amy Adams
    Willem Dafoe
    Margot Robbie
    Soairse Ronan
    Michelle Williams

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    I would say (no particular order): Glenn Close, Amy Adams, Michelle Williams, Willem Dafoe, Saoirse Ronan, Annette Bening and Adam Driver.

    FYC Emmys: Helena Bonham Carter (Drama Supporting Actress), Olivia Colman (Drama Actress), Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh (Drama Actress), Fiona Shaw (Drama Supporting Actress), Zendaya (Drama Actress), Alexis Bledel (Drama Guest Actress)

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    I think the most likely is Margot Robbie, she can win in lead or in supporting, maybe for that David O. Russell movie who knows, but I’m almost sure she’s winning an Oscar in the 2020s.

    Chastain is an interesting case. I think she was clearly overhyped at some point. Some people back in 2011 thought she was the next Meryl Streep, that she would get all the best projects and that she would be nominated every other year, and… well, her career is going well, but I’m not sure there is this urge to reward her, this is someone I could see never winning an Oscar for some reason.

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    Amy Adams
    Viggo Mortensen
    Jessica Chastain
    Glenn Close
    Bradley Cooper
    Saoirse Ronan
    Mark Ruffalo
    Margot Robbie
    Michelle Williams
    Adam Driver

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    1. Amy Adams
    2. Glenn Close
    3. Saiorse Ronan
    4. Michelle Williams
    5. Adam Driver
    6. Margot Robbie
    7. Scarlett Johansson
    8. Bradley Cooper
    9. Jessica Chastain
    10. Rooney Mara
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    Amy Adams
    Annette Bening
    Helena Bonham Carter
    Timothee Chalamet
    Jessica Chastain
    Glenn Close
    Bradley Cooper
    Willem Dafoe
    Matt Damon
    Adam Driver
    Cynthia Erivo
    Ryan Gosling
    Tom Hardy
    Sally Hawkins
    Scarlett Johansson
    Florence Pugh
    Margot Robbie
    Saoirse Ronan
    Michelle Williams

    Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/IsabelaOlivie/

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    Doing only 5, ranked from most confident to least confident

    1. Glenn Close (she’s winning this year)
    2. Bradley Cooper (he’s built up an overdue narrative based on his nomination total alone – he could win for Nightmare Alley or the Bernstein biopic)
    3. Michelle Williams (was runner up to Davis for Manchester and swept the TV awards with Fosse/Verdon, she’ll win in lead this decade)
    4. Margot Robbie (Hollywood’s it girl right now, a win in the same vein of Lawrence and Stone is inevitable)
    5. Adam Driver (the list of directors he’s worked with so far is insane, he seems to have critical and industry support so it’s only a matter of time)

    Amy Adams should be a shoo in but I have my doubts. I hope she finally gets that Oscar though.

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    Doing only 5, ranked from most confident to least confident 1. Glenn Close (she’s winning this year) 2. Bradley Cooper (he’s built up an overdue narrative based on his nomination total alone – he could win for Nightmare Alley or the Bernstein biopic) 3. Michelle Williams (was runner up to Davis for Manchester and swept the TV awards with Fosse/Verdon, she’ll win in lead this decade) 4. Margot Robbie (Hollywood’s it girl right now, a win in the same vein of Lawrence and Stone is inevitable) 5. Adam Driver (the list of directors he’s worked with so far is insane, he seems to have critical and industry support so it’s only a matter of time) Amy Adams should be a shoo in but I have my doubts. I hope she finally gets that Oscar though.

    Oh my god…My dreams have just hit its peak hahahah. God I hope it comes true. I LOVE her so much!!!

    Overall very good list and you made some very good points, specially concerning Driver and Margot. The (only) reason why I didn’t put her in my list is because I feel like something is missing so far. I don’t know…I keep asking myself is she’s not more in line with Amy Adams than Lawrence and Stone. She was amazing I, Tonya but (unfortunately) she was never winning for it and, even though she was great in Mary, Queen of Scots and Bombshell, both movies were just mediocre. But I do think she will win at some point. I also think Michelle will (easily) win this decade. Bradley is a bit confusing to me. I feel like the Industry respects him a lot but I don’t think they love him THAT much. He’s a question mark for me.

    Regarding Amy, I can actually see her winning this year tbh. I think Netflix will campaign the hell out of her and Glenn. I don’t think they’ll be put against each other. The one that has the biggest arc/performance will be in lead. Her biggest competition so far seems to be Viola Davis (if she’s the one in lead), but she’s an Oscar winner already so I could see them choosing Amy instead.

    FYC Emmys: Helena Bonham Carter (Drama Supporting Actress), Olivia Colman (Drama Actress), Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh (Drama Actress), Fiona Shaw (Drama Supporting Actress), Zendaya (Drama Actress), Alexis Bledel (Drama Guest Actress)

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    Oh my god…My dreams have just hit its peak hahahah. God I hope it comes true. I LOVE her so much!!!

    Overall very good list and you made some very good points, specially concerning Driver and Margot. The (only) reason why I didn’t put her in my list is because I feel like something is missing so far. I don’t know…I keep asking myself is she’s not more in line with Amy Adams than Lawrence and Stone. She was amazing I, Tonya but (unfortunately) she was never winning for it and, even though she was great in Mary, Queen of Scots and Bombshell, both movies were just mediocre. But I do think she will win at some point. I also think Michelle will (easily) win this decade. Bradley is a bit confusing to me. I feel like the Industry respects him a lot but I don’t think they love him THAT much. He’s a question mark for me.

    Regarding Amy, I can actually see her winning this year tbh. I think Netflix will campaign the hell out of her and Glenn. I don’t think they’ll be put against each other. The one that has the biggest arc/performance will be in lead. Her biggest competition so far seems to be Viola Davis (if she’s the one in lead), but she’s an Oscar winner already so I could see them choosing Amy instead.

    I see where you’re coming from. The reason why I’m so high on Robbie is because, even though Bombshell and MQoS were critically mixed and could be seen as “flops”, she was still recognized by the industry. I mean, her being nominated at SAG and BAFTA for MQoS says a lot about the support she has. I think she could easily win for the new DOR project like Lawrence did. She has the industry support, she seems to embrace campaigning and (I know it’s shallow) she looks the part, in terms of the type of younger actresses the academy likes to reward.

    As for Amy, she could possibly win this year, especially since a lot of movies will likely be delayed because of the lack of film festivals. However, (at least in the book) the role is very much supporting. If she is pushed lead, she likely won’t have the screen time that other actress competing in that category will have. Her role is baity as hell, though. I guess it comes down to who she’s up against and whether Hillbilly is strong enough to win two acting Oscars.

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    Barkhad Abdi – Probably not since he hasn’t had a great role like last time
    Amy Adams- Yes
    Yalitza Aparicio – God I hope so since she is that good
    Antonio Banderas – Hopefully
    Berenice Bejo – No
    Annette Bening – God I hope so
    Demian Bichir – No
    Mary J. Blige – No
    Helena Bonham Carter – Maybe
    Kenneth Branagh – God I hope so
    Steve Carell – Maybe
    Timothee Chalamet – God I hope so
    Jessica Chastain – God I Hope so
    Glenn Close – YES
    Bradley Cooper – Yes
    Bryan Cranston – Maybe
    Benedict Cumberbatch – Maybe
    Willem Dafoe – Maybe
    Matt Damon – Maybe
    Bruce Dern – No
    Marina de Tavira -No
    Adam Driver – Yes
    Jesse Eisenberg – No
    Chiwetel Ejiofor – God I hope so
    Sam Elliott – No
    Cynthia Erivo – Yes
    Michael Fassbender – Maybe
    James Franco – No
    Lady Gaga – Yes
    Andrew Garfield – no
    Ryan Gosling – Yes
    Richard E. Grant – No
    Tom Hardy – Maybe
    Woody Harrelson – Yes
    Naomie Harris – No
    Ethan Hawke – No
    John Hawkes – No
    Sally Hawkins – Maybe
    Lucas Hedges – Maybe
    Jonah Hill – Maybe
    Isabelle Huppert – Maybe
    Hugh Jackman – Maybe
    Jennifer Jason leigh – Maybe
    Richard Jenkins – No
    Scarlett Johansson – Yes
    Felicity Jones – No
    Daniel Kaluuya – God I hope so
    Michael Keaton – Yes
    Keira Knightley – God I hope so
    Leslie Manville – No
    Rooney Mara – Yes
    Rachel McAdams – No
    Melissa McCarthy – Yes
    Janet McTeer – No
    Laurie Metcalf – No
    Viggo Mortensen – Yes
    Ruth Negga – No
    Nick Nolte – No
    Edward Norton – No
    Dev Patel – No
    Rosamund Pike – No
    Jonathan Pryce -No
    Florence Pugh – Yes
    Charlotte Rampling – Yes
    Jeremy Renner- No
    Margot Robbie – Yes
    Saoirse Ronan – Yes
    Mark Ruffalo – Yes
    Michael Shannon – Yes
    June Squibb – No
    Sylvester Stallone – Nope
    Hailee Steinfeld – Nope
    Quvenzhane Wallis – Nope
    Naomi Watts – Yes
    Jacki Weaver – No
    Michelle Williams – Yes

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