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

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    Radioactive seems to be her real bet for a sophomore nom.

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    Jays
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    I really just don’t see it for her. I don’t know why.

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    Yes, it’s only been four years since Gone Girl was released. She can still be nominated again. She just needs to do another biography or period romance.

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    IsabelaRooney
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    Jesse Eisenberg and Rooney Mara are both actors who received the first Oscar nomination for a David Fincher film and took about 3/5 years to receive the second nomination. It could be the same with Rosamund

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    Jesse Eisenberg and Rooney Mara are both actors who received the first Oscar nomination for a David Fincher film and took about 3/5 years to receive the second nomination. It could be the same with Rosamund

    Eisenberg hasn’t been nominated since lol.

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    DaKardii
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    Jesse Eisenberg and Rooney Mara are both actors who received the first Oscar nomination for a David Fincher film and took about 3/5 years to receive the second nomination. It could be the same with Rosamund

    Eisenberg hasn’t been nominated since lol.

    You beat me to that one. That being said, Pike will DEFINITELY be nominated again before Eisenberg. Eisenberg has the “Lex Luthor” albatross around his neck, and it will stay there until he gets the eff out of the DC Extended Universe, IMO.

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    Look, she survived being a Bond girl in Die Another Day AND a video game movie adaptation (Doom), I think she’ll have her comeback once she’s done with this string of middling period piece thrillers.

    The one mistake she made after Gone Girl is taking too many non-lead roles or “the girl” roles, where your character’s arc is always in function of the lead male’s arc. Those roles are a trap: If the movie is a success, you are outshined by the lead actor, if the movie tanks, you don’t get to be its saving grace. She seems to be turning away from those with Radioactive and A Private War. When your career stalls, always go for the biopics.

    Nevertheless, if I were her manager, I’d recommend her looking for some peak TV roles.

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    Look, she survived being a Bond girl in Die Another Day AND a video game movie adaptation (Doom), I think she’ll have her comeback once she’s done with this string of middling period piece thrillers.

    The one mistake she made after Gone Girl is taking too many non-lead roles or “the girl” roles, where your character’s arc is always in function of the lead male’s arc. Those roles are a trap: If the movie is a success, you are outshined by the lead actor, if the movie tanks, you don’t get to be its saving grace. She seems to be turning away from those with Radioactive and A Private War. When your career stalls, always go for the biopics.

    Nevertheless, if I were her manager, I’d recommend her looking for some peak TV roles.

    She booked or filmed those parts in advance of Gone Girl. During award season she was pregnant which stops any woman from booking choice jobs.

    Kathy Bates for Best Supporting Actress (Richard Jewell)

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    Look, she survived being a Bond girl in Die Another Day AND a video game movie adaptation (Doom), I think she’ll have her comeback once she’s done with this string of middling period piece thrillers.

    The one mistake she made after Gone Girl is taking too many non-lead roles or “the girl” roles, where your character’s arc is always in function of the lead male’s arc. Those roles are a trap: If the movie is a success, you are outshined by the lead actor, if the movie tanks, you don’t get to be its saving grace. She seems to be turning away from those with Radioactive and A Private War.

    If Pike expects to remain relevant in Hollywood over the next decade, you are absolutely right, she does need to move away from thrillers.
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    Right now, Amy Adams is becoming the new “it girl” for that genre with projects like Nocturnal Animals, Sharp Objects, The True American, and The Woman in the Window. I absolutely cannot see Pike being able to overcome competition with Adams in the genre, because Adams has the upper hand in both name recognition and Oscar record.
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    Perhaps the best strategy for Pike is to go after the roles that are normally offered to Nicole Kidman and Kate Winslet. With Kidman getting older and Winslet going through a career downspiral, someone’s going to have to take their place. People like Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan would probably prove to be serious competition for roles on the younger half of that spectrum, but I can easily picture Pike dominating the competition for roles on the elder half. Pike makes a successful transition, and she will earn at least two more nominations within the next decade, I can guarantee it.
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    Meanwhile, perhaps we’ll also see Jessica Chastain, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Isla Fisher benefit in a similar way. By moving into the thriller genre, Adams not only forces Pike to move into Kidman and Winslet’s territory, but also leaves producers searching for other actresses to take the roles that Adams used to do. The result? Chastain finally starts receiving nominations again after a dry spell in the later half of this decade, and perhaps Howard and Fisher finally become nominees as well. Adams sparks a big switcheroo that affects the outcome of the next 10 or so Oscar ceremonies in ways few would’ve expected.

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