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  • pacinofan
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    This is pretty common knowledge within most circles.

    What social circles are we talking about? The landed gentry? Wealthy divorcees? Book clubbers? Birders? Who?

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    What social circles are we talking about? The landed gentry? Wealthy divorcees? Book clubbers? Birders? Who?

    For one, students at Columbia. Young budding ppl in the industry based in both NYC and LA.

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    sofan
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    No, I don’t think so. He’s been in flop after flop. And there are more acclaimed actors around his age, who are better at choosing what to star in.

    I think Lucas Hedges is more likely to win an Oscar than Chalamet. Hedges has been in better/more acclaimed movies than Chalamet in recent years.

    If not Hedges, then Kelvin Harrison Jr. had an outstanding year and chooses great projects.
    Ashton Sanders is not afraid of taking chances, he could be part of the conversation.
    Jharrel Jerome is younger than all of them but he is the only one with an individual industry award. Most people were sad by his complete snub at the Globes so he has the public around him too. It would just take Ava to get him a role that can win an Oscar.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    He can do it. And so can someone else.

    It’ll be 20 years in 2023 (for the 2022 Oscars) since Brody did that. That’s more than enough time for a record to be broken. And if it’s Chalamet by any chance, he’ll still be a couple of years younger than Brody in 2023.

    The problem has already been mentioned. They like them old. I wonder if Malek would’ve won if he was in his 20s.

    I mean, a certain 20-something actor was just snubbed for basically playing the same role. Meanwhile, a 40-something actor is winning for playing a role very famously rewarded once before. (These aren’t the exact reasons for any of this happening, but…)

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    Hammad Asif
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    John Campea believes Chalamet will be next DDL

    Anyone agrees?

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    thatnerdgreg
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    First off, what the fuck is going on here? I leave for just a little bit, and the conversation turns into gossip about Chalamet’s sex life, size, and chlamydia. What the actual fuck?

    This honestly. I like him as a actor but the Chalamanics make me want Lucas Hedges, Nick Robinson, Ansel Elgort, Tom Holland or literally any other film twitter twinky white boy of the month to win first.

    I whole heartedly agree with this. Chalamet’s fans can be unbearable. Hedges is my pick for my current favorite actor of that generation. While I think Chalamet’s work in Call Me by Your Name is better than Hedge’s performances, he’s yet to really wow me like he did with that one. Hedges, on the other hand, seems more consistent in quality. I can’t help but think Chalamet’s the Finn Wolfhard of his generation of actors. And I’m not saying that just because they look similar (although Chalamet is legitimately handsome, while Wolfhard looks like he’s on crack). I’m saying it because I think there’s an over abundance of both of them. It seems like they’ve become the go to picks for their age groups, despite the fact that there’s several other talented people around that range who could be doing these parts. It’s less noticeable with Chalamet since he’s a very talented actor, but with Wolfhard it’s very noticeable, as he’s really just not that good. He showed promise in the beginning of Stranger Things and It, but as time goes on, his acting has become much less impressive. It doesn’t help that he’s the weakest kid on Stranger Things either. But back to Chalamet, while I’m happy that he’s getting plenty of job offers, it just feels like he’s popping up a bit too much at the expense of other people that could do what he’s doing just as well, if not better. It’s kind of like when Troy wouldn’t stop eating the giant cookie in Community. It’s great at first, but eventually, you need a break.

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    James Breheney
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    What so no one can ever put in a better performance than DDL just because he’s DDL? Sorry but that argument doesn’t hold water for me. DDL was great that year but The Master is JP’s masterpiece and IMO he should have been recognised for it. To be honest I wouldn’t have given any of the acting winners that year the win – I would have given actress to Emmanuelle Riva for a start. But Phoenix and Hoffman were IMO the most egregious misses.

    I understand some people have a negative almost Pavlovian response to biopic roles due to their prevalence on the Oscar scene but DDL’s performance made that movie just like Joaquin’s did with Joker.

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    thatnerdgreg
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    John Campea believes Chalamet will be next DDL Anyone agrees?

    If there’s ever gonna be another DDL, it’s not someone we currently know.

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    BICTH
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    He’s been in flop after flop.

    fair point but strange to say when the only one of his flops to have received any proper push from the studio was beautiful boy, and let’s face it amazon has been pretty garbage in the oscar campaign game, that’s not gonna remain the case when he already had a hit with little women, and the wes anderson film coming this year

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    James Breheney
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    John Campea believes Chalamet will be next DDL Anyone agrees?

    What a silly comparison. It’s like when Grace Randolph said Lupita Nyong’o will be the next Meryl Streep. Why weigh these young actors/actresses down with such expectations?

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    Faux architect
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    The Chalahate here is disgusting. I hereby declare the discussions closed.

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    Pantheon of acting: Uta / Elizabeth / Richard / Sandy (Virginia Woolf), Bibi / Liv (Persona), Sandrine (La Ceremonie), Brie (Short Term 12), Jodie (Silence of the Lambs), Jodie (Killing Eve), Eva (Penny Dreadful), Timothée (CMBYN), Lupita (Us)

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    James Breheney
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    fair point but strange to say when the only one of his flops to have received any proper push from the studio was beautiful boy, and let’s face it amazon has been pretty garbage in the campaign game, that’s not gonna remain the case when he already had a hit with little women, and the wes anderson film on its way

    Good luck to him getting nominated in a Wes Anderson film.

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    BICTH
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    Good luck to him getting nominated in a Wes Anderson film.

    when did I say he was getting nominated, just trying to say his apparent flop streak won’t continue

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    James Breheney
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    Guys, lets leave the celebrity gossip to Hollywood Life.

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    Keth
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    He could get an Oscar nomination depending on how good he is playing Bob Dylan. Can he even sing? Wait, he doesn’t really have to because Dylan couldn’t carry a tune. It also depends on who is his competition the year the movie gets released. Personally, I thought Chalamet should have been in the award conversation for his terrific turn in “The King”.

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