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    Butz
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    But didn’t the Oscars already state it would be ineligible? Could the Globes snub it because of that?

    FYC:

    Lead Actor: Mads Mikkelsen (Another Round)

    Supporting Actress: Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm)

    Supporting Actor: Paul Raci (Sound of Metal)

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    Letterboxd: Ray_In_Bruges

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    Odom & Manuel are locks. Hopefully Daveed Diggs gets in Supporting 🤞🏾

    And hopefully Soo (really hoping that the supporting rumor is false) and Goldsberry as well.

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    The Globes have always had their own set of rules that defy the Oscars. For instance, their Best Original Song rules allow any song, no matter how late is in the film, to be nominated, as long as its original. The Oscars, meanwhile, state that the song’s first few bars have to heard by the audience to be eligible. In other words, if the song doesn’t start playing by the time the end credits start rolling, it’s not eligible. It’s the reason why Madonna’s song “Masterpiece” from W.E. was ruled ineligible for the Oscars despite winning the Golden Globe.

    Then there’s the Best International Film rules. Unlike the Oscars, the Globes allow for multiple countries to be considered for a single film, while with the Oscars, it’s one film per country and that’s it. Plus, there’s their rule where any film where the majority of the spoken language is not English can’t compete in the Best Picture category. That rule alone has never made any sense, and it’s got a lot of people very upset right now about Minari given that it’s technically ineligible for the top category due to most of the dialogue being spoken in Korean.

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