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  • Gabarnes43
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    I still see Ben Whishaw winning Supporting Actor. He won Globe, Critics Choice and BAFTA for this role.

    Globes FYC- Fleabag, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Jodie Comer, Dame Emma Thompson, The Crown

    SAG FYC- The Crown, Olivia Colman, Fleabag, PWB

    Critics Choice- Schitts Creek, Fleabag, Killing Eve, Bodyguard

    BAFTA- Fleabag, Killing Eve

    Oscars FYC ‘Little Women’ ‘Downton Abbey’ ‘Maggie Smith’

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    I realised Peter Dinklage has been nominated as a producer with My Dinner with Herve. Good for him

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    methaddiction
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    I still see Ben Whishaw winning Supporting Actor. He won Globe, Critics Choice and BAFTA for this role.

    That was before When They See Us came out Patricia Arquette won the SAG, Globe and Critics Choice and everyone’s predicting Michelle Williams now.

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    I still see Ben Whishaw winning Supporting Actor. He won Globe, Critics Choice and BAFTA for this role.

    Yeah and Patricia Arquette won the Globe, CC and SAG and she’s still not winning. Williams wasn’t eligible at any of the three you mentioned.

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    Stegeo
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    I still see Ben Whishaw winning Supporting Actor. He won Globe, Critics Choice and BAFTA for this role.

    Lacking a series nomination is what gives me pause. Otherwise he’d win cuz he’s fantastic, probably best performance of his career

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    Dennis El Mar
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    Whishaw never won over anyone else nominated in the Emmys category, so given  his lack of Series support his previous wins don’t mean that much in terms of Emmy votes

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    boss
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    Final question: Black Mirror or Deadwood?

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    Luca
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    Final question: Black Mirror or Deadwood?

    Black Mirror.

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    Matthew anzalone
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    Final question: Black Mirror or Deadwood?

    Im going with deadwood.

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    ginnala
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    I had deadwood the whole summer but switched to Black Mirror recently.

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    Ivo Stoyanov
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    What I was taking issue with was your painting of British actors with the same brush. Just because most actors went to acting school or sound/ are posh doesn’t mean there’s a “British way of acting”. The British acting scene is multicultural and filled with a diverse range of actors which you would know if you actually watched shows other than Downton Abbey.

    Also nobody is trying to teach you anything (not sure why communism is coming into this). Those examples were based on interviews with the production team (majority of the crew consisted of people from former Soviet countries hence the commitment to authenticity across the board) and the countless articles that have been written about the reactions from people who lived through the incident and their praise for the show’s immense attention to detail. A Russian journalist, Slava Malamud, literally did twitter threads (which went viral) of each episode to point out how well the show nailed the minutiae of the production design and behaviourial aspects of the acting and why the characters felt believable of that era.

    You say that you are not trying to teach me anything, but then you make an incredibly naive assumptions about me. Only on this forum I have spoke about many other British movies and series, there is a “British way of acting”, you are just unaware of this fact, but if you read a little more about acting you will see many actors that agree with that, it is a very well known fact. There is also a very famous French way of acting, in a recent interview Patricia Clarkson said that she tries to use it for her roles. Harris acts in the same way in which Downton Abbey actors do, in the same way in which The Crown actors do, this does not mean that they are easily replaceable, on the contrary, but they do use the same method. What Harris did in Chernobyl has been done many times. What Jerome did has not.

    Also, literally everyone has read Slava Malamud’s tweets, her opinion does not represent everyone, if you like her thread so much, go back there and see how many people disagreed with her. The British language in Chernobyl is the reason why I prefer When They See Us, I hated it, many friend of mine in Bulgaria hated it and it makes the show much less believable and much more comercial and superficial. It is the only flow of the show, but it is a big one and the actors act like Brits on in it, i almost never saw them as Russians. For you was not like that, because unlike me you cannot speak the language or to write and read in Cyrillic, so those things are not recognizable for you. Of course, all this is just my opinion, I am not forcing anyone to agree with me, because seemingly if you do not mention this, you are consider a rude person here XD

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    boss
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    I actually think Paul Dano can prevail. He certainly has the material as he is near-lead. Its two writing nominations also indicate a goodwill for it as Sharp Objects has none, though Patricia Clarkson is heavily predicted. I think Escape at Dannemora is at a similar place with last year’s Godless which won supporting categories. I’m not worried that Eric Lange isn’t nominated because all the other nominees are from Chernobyl and When They See Us (Whishaw was a sure thing).

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    Atypical
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    Final question: Black Mirror or Deadwood?

    “Deadwood.” Final recognition for Milch.

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    Pulp
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    I had Black Mirror but just switched to Deadwood. I’m almost certain more voters saw Black Mirror, but Deadwood got all those below the line nominations so there must be more support there.

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    Deadwood should win in a landslide

    The Oscar needs to get rid of the preferential ballot so it can name a deserving movie as Best Picture again.

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