July 9, 2019 at 9:23 am #1202967830
Says another blind stan..July 9, 2019 at 9:31 am #1202967857
I don’t know what’s with this site trying to murder each other over WTSU and Chernobyl. I’d be happy with either one of them winning.
I have him winning, because he’s overdue and has a very showy first episode! I don’t buy Whishaw at all anymore.
Lol did anyone? Even after his Globe and CC wins, he wasn’t a convincing winner (I wouldn’t be surprised if he wasn’t nominated). I had Dano winning from the get-go, though I think it’ll be Williams vs. Skarsgård, with the former prevailing. That first episode was too baity for him, while Skarsgård doesn’t start going until like episode 2 or 3.July 9, 2019 at 10:04 am #1202967914
I don’t know what’s with this site trying to murder each other over WTSU and Chernobyl. I’d be happy with either one of them winning. Lol did anyone? Even after his Globe and CC wins, he wasn’t a convincing winner (I wouldn’t be surprised if he wasn’t nominated). I had Dano winning from the get-go, though I think it’ll be Williams vs. Skarsgård, with the former prevailing. That first episode was too baity for him, while Skarsgård doesn’t start going until like episode 2 or 3.
My thoughts exactly.July 9, 2019 at 10:08 am #1202967925
I still think that Paul Dano is out ahead in supporting actor.July 9, 2019 at 10:10 am #1202967932
It’s Williams vs Dano, who will be a good way for the Emmys to award Dannemora if they go with Michelle in lead actress (I personally wouldn’t vote for him due to fraud).July 9, 2019 at 10:15 am #1202967938
Paul Dano would easily win if this were up to me (well, since Oliver Jackson-Cohen won’t be nominated). He was so good in Dannemora, especially the finale.July 9, 2019 at 10:19 am #1202967946
I liked Dano but I’m rooting for MKW because of how blatant the Dano category fraud is.July 9, 2019 at 10:42 am #1202967959
Michael K Williams deserves a nomination, but I watched and didn’t think he deserves a win. I agree that Dano gave the best supporting actor performance!July 9, 2019 at 10:45 am #1202967962
The point is that it wasn’t a ‘supporting actor’ performance.July 9, 2019 at 10:48 am #1202967964
Well, Dano’s performance was outstanding, as was Del Toro. Whatever category they are respectively placed in, they (probably Dano more in supporting), should be a frontrunner.July 9, 2019 at 11:39 am #1202968033
The argument against Ben Whishaw is that his series might be weak, but if it gets nominated as I think that it will, he should be fine. He will be the Jeff Daniels with a towering performance in a series nominee, while Michael Kenneth Williams will be the Edgar Ramirez with his respected career and performance in the possible series winner that would win in another year, like he could have beaten Bill Murray. Paul Dano will be the Finn Wittrock—strong tape, but too young.July 9, 2019 at 11:56 am #1202968063
Supporting Actor could be a toss-up as to who wins. Ben Whishaw is still in the lead I think and would be a very deserving winner (as would Hugh Grant in Lead, but that’s not happening).
After Whishaw, I actually think Skarsgard has the best shot at taking home the win. Great supporting turn, by a great well-respected actor in a major HBO production. Could actually be the frontrunner, due to Whishaw being young.
Paul Dano is a well-respected actor, but young as well. He does benefit by being a lead on his series, so I guess it depends on if voters watched, bc the main focus in the media about his series has always been Patricia Arquette’s performance and Ben Stiller’s directing… not his performance.
I don’t see Michael K Williams winning for When They See Us. Nominated, yes. He simply wasn’t given enough to do. Unless the Academy feels like they owe him or a WTSU sweep happens, he shouldn’t win.
Lord knows who else will get nominated. I would support both Catch-22 men scoring noms, but neither winning. Please don’t give George Clooney an Emmy just bc he is George Clooney! Nothing wrong with his performance, there are just too many more worthy ones to choose from over his.July 9, 2019 at 2:04 pm #1202968294
Honeys.. as much as I hate to be saying this, Clarkson seems to have unbeatable industry support which means she’s winning for that nothing performance she gave in that mediocre at best miniseries.
What’s sadder is Patrick Arquette isn’t winning Emmys this year despite being excellent.July 9, 2019 at 2:41 pm #1202968379
I just thought I’d mention that Whishaw is just three years older than Dano… so if we’re using the age argument, then we need to take it into consideration for both. Personally, I don’t think the age will hurt them. It didn’t hurt Darren Criss last year, who was up against a bunch of TV and movie vets.July 9, 2019 at 10:49 pm #1202968937
What’s sadder is Patrick Arquette isn’t winning Emmys this year despite being excellent.
I didn’t think Patrick Arquette was very good at all in Get Out of Mannedora, to be honest. I much preferred him in The Thing That Was Done, even if Joe Queen outshone him sometimes.
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