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Will Rosamund Pike ever be nominated again? Will she ever win? How many times?

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    Title says all.

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    Sophomore nod likely. An actual win unlikely.

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    I think she absolutely will get nominated again, she’s just too good not to be. I would guess she’ll get at least a few more noms over the rest of her career. Winning will be tougher, but she can do it. The talent is there, like anyone else, she just has to have the perfect project at the perfect time

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    Idk … i feel like she should have been nominated already … so i hope she does

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    Period dramas seem to be her lane despite that inexplicable first nod. She can get a second nod for one of those.

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    Here’s what I think about Pike’s prospects:

    Right now, her bread and butter are thrillers and action movies. She can do a film that doesn’t fit in either of those genres once in a while, but those films usually don’t stand out to define her career, even when she’s really good. If Pike expects to be nominated again in the near future, that needs to change.

    Pike currently faces serious threats to her Oscar chances in Amy Adams and to a lesser extent Gal Gadot. Adams seems to be on a streak of doing mostly thrillers ever since Nocturnal Animals came out, and Gadot is the number one commodity among female action stars right now. And she will continue to remain the number one commodity as long as she continues to play Wonder Woman. Unless Pike decides to change genres, she likely will be shut out from the Oscars, at least for a while.

    However, not all hope is lost for Pike. She has implied in at least one interview that her main competition overall are Nicole Kidman and Kate Winslet, who keep taking all the roles that she thinks she could pull off. Over the next few years, both Kidman and Winslet will be going through career transitions that will prove to be a major opportunity for Pike to boost her career and start racking up further Oscar nominations.

    Although Kidman will remain a major presence in Hollywood for years to come, she recently hit the big 5-0. She’s getting older. As a result, she seems to be transitioning away from playing young lead roles and towards older supporting roles. This is demonstrated by her being nominated for Supporting in Lion and her supporting role in Boy Erased currently getting significantly more traction among Oscar predictions than her lead role in Destroyer. Eventually, Kidman will stop being offered the roles she used to be offered, and studios will start turning elsewhere to fill the gap. And believe me, they won’t be turning to Winslet.

    Winslet, as much as I admire her acting, has been on a downslide lately. In the 2010s, she has released 14 films. Out of those 14 films, only three of them have “Fresh” scores on Rotten Tomatoes. Winslet seems to be well aware of this, hence why she’s recently been focusing mostly on the Avatar sequels. She’s taking a break, at least for now.

    With Kidman getting older and Winslet fading into the background, Pike has an opportunity to start nabbing roles that would ordinarily be given to them. Sure, she would likely have to compete with younger actresses such as Margot Robbie and Saorise Ronan, but her being 11 years older than Robbie and 15 years older than Ronan may actually be a plus. Robbie and Ronan fight over the roles that would be given to Kidman or Winslet in their 20s. Pike and Robbie fight over the roles normally goven to Kidman and Winslet in their early 30s. But in the end, Pike has the roles that would be given to Kidman or Winslet in their late 30s and early 40s all to herself.

    If Pike takes advantage of that, then I can see her getting at least two more nominations within the next decade.

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    Here’s what I think about Pike’s prospects: Right now, her bread and butter are thrillers and action movies. She can do a film that doesn’t fit in either of those genres once in a while, but those films usually don’t stand out to define her career, even when she’s really good. If Pike expects to be nominated again in the near future, that needs to change. Pike currently faces serious threats to her Oscar chances in Amy Adams and to a lesser extent Gal Gadot. Adams seems to be on a streak of doing mostly thrillers ever since Nocturnal Animals came out, and Gadot is the number one commodity among female action stars right now. And she will continue to remain the number one commodity as long as she continues to play Wonder Woman. Unless Pike decides to change genres, she likely will be shut out from the Oscars, at least for a while. However, not all hope is lost for Pike. She has implied in at least one interview that her main competition overall are Nicole Kidman and Kate Winslet, who keep taking all the roles that she thinks she could pull off. Over the next few years, both Kidman and Winslet will be going through career transitions that will prove to be a major opportunity for Pike to boost her career and start racking up further Oscar nominations. Although Kidman will remain a major presence in Hollywood for years to come, she recently hit the big 5-0. She’s getting older. As a result, she seems to be transitioning away from playing young lead roles and towards older supporting roles. This is demonstrated by her being nominated for Supporting in Lion and her supporting role in Boy Erased currently getting significantly more traction among Oscar predictions than her lead role in Destroyer. Eventually, Kidman will stop being offered the roles she used to be offered, and studios will start turning elsewhere to fill the gap. And believe me, they won’t be turning to Winslet. Winslet, as much as I admire her acting, has been on a downslide lately. In the 2010s, she has released 14 films. Out of those 14 films, only three of them have “Fresh” scores on Rotten Tomatoes. Winslet seems to be well aware of this, hence why she’s recently been focusing mostly on the Avatar sequels. She’s taking a break, at least for now. With Kidman getting older and Winslet fading into the background, Pike has an opportunity to start nabbing roles that would ordinarily be given to them. Sure, she would likely have to compete with younger actresses such as Margot Robbie and Saorise Ronan, but her being 11 years older than Robbie and 15 years older than Ronan may actually be a plus. Robbie and Ronan fight over the roles that would be given to Kidman or Winslet in their 20s. Pike and Robbie fight over the roles normally goven to Kidman and Winslet in their early 30s. But in the end, Pike has the roles that would be given to Kidman or Winslet in their late 30s and early 40s all to herself. If Pike takes advantage of that, then I can see her getting at least two more nominations within the next decade.

    If Pike takes advantage of the opportunity mentioned in the quote, in my opinion, a decade from now Pike could have 3 nominations and 0 wins in the worst case scenario, and 6 nominations and 2 wins in the best case scenario.

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    She has “Radioactive” coming out in 2019 or 2020 still right? She plays Marie Curie. I know for sure that “A Private War” comes out in November though playing Marie Colvin.

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    Kidman like Julianne Moore and Frances McDormand don’t rely on the studio system for lead roles.

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    I don’t know. I don’t really see this big need or push for Pike to get more Oscar-friendly roles in films. Maybe a supporting part will come along.

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    I don’t know. I don’t really see this big need or push for Pike to get more Oscar-friendly roles in films. Maybe a supporting part will come along.

    Her fans here have resentment over her perfect storm loss for Gone Girl. So instead of getting that supporting win to make her an Oscar winner they are thinking of ways she could become a viable leading lady for Hollywood.

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    She has “Radioactive” coming out in 2019 or 2020 still right? She plays Marie Curie. I know for sure that “A Private War” comes out in November though playing Marie Colvin.

    Personally, I think she has a better chance with “Radioactive” than with “A Private War.” With Amy Adams and Gal Gadot suddenly hogging the limelight in the thrillers and action movies Pike usually gets the most attention for, I believe that Pike will have to jump ship to another genre and start aiming more for the roles Kidman and Winslet would get. With Kidman getting older, Winslet fading in the background as she makes flop after flop, and Robbie and Ronan being too young to get the roles Kidman and Winslet would be getting today or even would have been getting five to ten years ago, Pike has no excuse to not try.

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    I don’t know. I don’t really see this big need or push for Pike to get more Oscar-friendly roles in films. Maybe a supporting part will come along.

    Her fans here have resentment over her perfect storm loss for Gone Girl. So instead of getting that supporting win to make her an Oscar winner they are thinking of ways she could become a viable leading lady for Hollywood.

    I don’t blame them, considering that a gigantic opportunity for that to happen exists right now. Kidman’s getting older and is slowly moving toward supporting roles instead of leading roles. Winslet’s career has been a mess lately (11 of her last 14 films are rated “rotten” on Rotten Tomatoes). Robbie and Ronan are too young to fill in the gap right away, at least for the roles that Kidman and Winslet were getting when they were in their 30s and 40s. Your move, Miss Pike. And move quickly, Adams and Gadot are starting to take your thriller and action roles.

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    She has “Radioactive” coming out in 2019 or 2020 still right? She plays Marie Curie. I know for sure that “A Private War” comes out in November though playing Marie Colvin.

    Personally, I think she has a better chance with “Radioactive” than with “A Private War.” With Amy Adams and Gal Gadot suddenly hogging the limelight in the thrillers and action movies Pike usually gets the most attention for, I believe that Pike will have to jump ship to another genre and start aiming more for the roles Kidman and Winslet would get. With Kidman getting older, Winslet fading in the background as she makes flop after flop, and Robbie and Ronan being too young to get the roles Kidman and Winslet would be getting today or even would have been getting five to ten years ago, Pike has no excuse to not try.

    I completely agree that “Radioactive” will probably get more attention but “A Private War” might get a lot too given everything going on politically.

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