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Which Recent Emmy Winner Will Win Supporting Actress Next?
Rachel Brosnahan (won for The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, will be in Ironbark)
Jodie Comer (won for Killing Eve, will be in The Last Duel)
Ann Dowd (won for The Handmaid's Tale, will be in Rebecca)
Claire Foy (won for The Crown, will be in Louis Wain)
Cherry Jones (won for The Handmaid's Tale, will be in The Eyes of Tammy Faye)
Nicole Kidman (won for Big Little Lies, will be in The Prom)
Melissa McCarthy (won for Saturday Night Live, will be in The Starling)
Elisabeth Moss (won for The Handmaid's Tale, will be in Next Goal Wins and The F
Thandie Newton (won for Westward, will be in Reminiscence)
Samira Wiley (won for The Handmaid's Tale, will be in Red, White and Water)
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    Since Viola Davis’ triumph as Best Supporting Actress winner in 2017, successive winners of Best Supporting Actress also have recently won Emmys.

    Could an actress repeat this trend next year? And if so, who (those listed are those who have recently won Emmys and have films that are possible Oscar contenders)?

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", GLENN CLOSE FOR "HILLBILLY ELEGY", ANTHONY HOPKINS FOR "THE FATHER", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    Can’t vote. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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    I don’t expect any of them to win, but if one of them does, my guess is Comer.

    And please people. Stop trying to make Nicole Kidman happen for The Prom. It feels like people try to make her happen for some unlikely project every year. Her vehicle won’t make a dent anywhere besides the Globes, and her role isn’t even very good.

    Let’s Go Bucks

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    Most likely Comer from this list. Though it’s not impossible that she’s actually Lead for TLD – from the description it sounds like the three main roles are pretty evenly weighted.

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    Of those mentioned, Melissa McCarthy probably has the best chance. Of those not mentioned, I’d say Laura Linney, Merritt Wever and Julia Louis-Dreyfus all have a good shot.

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    Voted for Thandie Newton. She was probably pretty close for “Crash,” and “Westworld” has reminded the public how brilliant she can be in the right role.

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    Of those mentioned, Melissa McCarthy probably has the best chance. Of those not mentioned, I’d say Laura Linney, Merritt Wever and Julia Louis-Dreyfus all have a good shot.

    Agreed, I chose McCarthy. She proved she can earn nominations in both Lead and Supporting, for dramatic and comedic, and both times her movie was not a BP nominee. If she has a good role I can really see it happening.

    And of those not mentioned, I also agree with you – Wever came to mind first for me. She’s an industry favorite with her 2 upset Emmy wins, had a scene-stealing turn in Marriage Story, and will likely be double Emmy-nominated this year for Unbelievable and Run.

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    Melissa McCarthy is probably the closet of those above to a win. She’s one of the last proven marquee capital M Movie star, has managed to get nominated pure the smallest indie drama and a pure studio comedy that weren’t in BP contention.

    One of those in the poll trying for a win this year. Probably Moss.

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    I would like to see Comer win Oscar

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    Glenn Close, you just forgot that

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    Glenn Close, you just forgot that

    It says ‘recent’ Emmy winner. It’s been what, ten years since Glenn won hers?

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    People who originate from TV I have trouble envisioning as winners. I know it happens historically (Sally Field, Marisa Tomei, Regina King) but I think most newcomers to film will get the Laurie Metcalf treatment.

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    not sure if she counts as a “recent” emmy winner but I think laura linney is due a win sooner or later

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    I’d say Kidman, but not for The Prom

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    Sarah Paulson and Elisabeth Moss will perform complete sweeps before the end of the decade, mark my words. It’s just a question of how soon.

    The industry also really seems to like Merritt Wever, seeing as how she beat the odds at the Emmys twice over more acclaimed performances and bigger names, so she seems likely.

    I agree about Laura Linney and Melissa McCarthy as well. They’re very well-liked, and they deliver the goods every single time.

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