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    The binary being winners of the lead and supporting Oscar.

    Helen Hayes
    Ingrid Bergman
    Maggie Smith
    Meryl Streep
    Jessica Lange
    Cate Blanchett
    Renee Zellweger

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    Nicole keeps on taking baity supporting roles so I wouldn’t be surprised if she is next.
    Viola could join next year.

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    Viola

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    Kathy Bates seems like she could very possibly win again in Supporting. I could definitely see Olivia Colman doing it too (although I don’t think this year) and maybe going 2 for 2. But it also kind of feels like any lead winner could win again in supporting once they reach veteran status (assuming they still have a steady career) so it’s slightly more fun to predict the other way around:

    I want to say Lupita N’Yongo and Viola Davis (maybe this year) seem the most likely to win in again in lead as far as recent supporting actress winners go, but of course watch someone like Alicia Vikander beat both of them to it. After that I’d say maybe Anne Hathaway or Penelope Cruz.

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    Kathy Bates seems like she could very possibly win again in Supporting. I could definitely see Olivia Colman doing it too (although I don’t think this year) and maybe going 2 for 2. But it also kind of feels like any lead winner could win again in supporting once they reach veteran status (assuming they still have a steady career) so it’s slightly more fun to predict the other way around:

    I want to say Lupita N’Yongo and Viola Davis (maybe this year) seem the most likely to win in again in lead as far as recent supporting actress winners go, but of course watch someone like Alicia Vikander beat both of them to it. After that I’d say maybe Anne Hathaway or Penelope Cruz.

    Thank you for the vote of confidence with Bates. I think Vikander is finished. She was an it girl for an award season and has floundered into oblivion. There’s no reason someone that young should be in need of a comeback.

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    Ppl saying Olivia Colman 💀💀

    The Academy could always make her Swank 2.0. It might be especially tempting to them with Close and she in the same category again.

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    Octavia Spencer,

    2 Oscar nominations, being attached to 2 BP winners, and an lead Emmy nomination all within the past 5 years. Clearly she is doing something right lol and can be the next Dianne Wiest or get a lead win and join the other ladies if she plays her cards right.

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    Octavia Spencer,

    2 Oscar nominations, being attached to 2 BP winners, and an lead Emmy nomination all within the past 5 years. Clearly she is doing something right lol and can be the next Dianne Wiest or get a lead win and join the other ladies if she plays her cards right.

    Would be nice but isn’t “Ma” the only film she has been the lead in? It seems like she’s only in supporting roles when it comes to films.

    Dear Gold Derby, please add Ibrahima Gueye to the prediction center 🙂

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    Octavia Spencer,

    2 Oscar nominations, being attached to 2 BP winners, and an lead Emmy nomination all within the past 5 years. Clearly she is doing something right lol and can be the next Dianne Wiest or get a lead win and join the other ladies if she plays her cards right.

    I see her winning again. But I think she’s joining Winters and Wiest.

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    Olivia Colman

    Regina King

    Emma Stone

    Viola Davis

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    Viola Davis is the most likely right now. I could also see Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore winning for a good supporting role, especially Nicole.

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    Olivia Colman

    Regina King

    Emma Stone

    Viola Davis

    Why Regina King? I know she’s popular with Emmy but other awards bodies can be indifferent to her. I feel like Beale Street was that small window to secure her film prizes as an actress.

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    Shocked no one has said Anne Hathaway, Angelina Jolie, or Marisa Tomei?

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    Angelina Jolie

    This is a pessimistic opinion, and I’m completely fine if people disagree with me, but I truly don’t think Jolie’s acted in a good film in a really long time. I’m hoping Those Who Wish Me Dead ends up being fantastic, but even with that on the slate I just don’t see her winning for lead anytime soon. I don’t think she wants it to be honest. She’s aiming for Best Director (or a nom anyway). I’m not sure she’ll ever get that either, but First They Killed My Father is probably the best project she’s been associated with in the past 20 years.

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