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    LOVE this powerful duo for this year’s Actors on Actors.

    Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story: Apocalypse)
    Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish)



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    kellis
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    President Wright smiling at the Emmy that’s in her future:



    Also, I can’t wait for the Paulson/Ross and Clarke/Hall ones, those are no doubt going to crack me up.

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    Luca
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    Here’s the full lineup:

    https://twitter.com/Variety/status/1135898641401442304

    Some nice surprises are Penn Badgley and Renee Zellweger!

     

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    Anonymous
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    The interviews are on YouTube btw!

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    LiberianGirl12
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    Full interviews so far:

    Roberts & Arquette 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFnhAqrZ3eM

    Clarke & Hall

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K16lhBj9IRY

    Porter & Brosnahan 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYNErWAlNo4

    Henson & Pompeo 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ODvb56Vh6s

    del Toro & Douglas 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXiUw4OnluA

     

    I watched Porter’s and Brosnahan’s segment and I must say I am becoming more and more amazed by Porter. He talked about his struggles in this business as both an African American and gay man and well, it can’t have been easy to say the least. Now look at him – what an icon!

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    I personally have watched all of them and the Clarke/Hall one felt the most off. Can’t say I loved their combo. One is on the biggest show on the planet and the other one is on a flop no one’s heard of. Clarke was trying too hard to be nice and ask interesting questions, but Hall kinda came off as not really happy with the pairing. They were both nice and it was a fine watch, but I’d prefer those 2 having been paired up with other people.

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    I’ve seen Patty and Julia, Hall and Clarke, and part of Porter & Brosnahan. I must say, they’ve outdone themselves with these pairings – they fit perfectly!! They were all so genuine, I couldn’t spot a bit of phoniness. Patty & Julia was just on another level – I mean we’re talking about two Oscar winners – they are just too good to be true. Hall & Clarke was a very interesting pairing, but they really gave some interesting insight; Clarke has become such a professional, I just adore her. Porter & Brosnahan is just the perfect pairing, their shows share so many similarities, and they both have the same energy. Porter is getting that Drama Actor nod!

    I am dying to see Adams and Madden!

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    Porter and Brosnahan’s was just ACES. I didn’t want it to end. Hall and Clarke’s was a wee awkward.

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    Rachel and Porter had unexpected chemistry. It was great. And they both seemed genuinely interested in each other’s show.
    Patty and Julia gave me so much info. Had never heard before that Pretty Woman was originally supposed to be a dark tale.

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    I personally have watched all of them and the Clarke/Hall one felt the most off. Can’t say I loved their combo. One is on the biggest show on the planet and the other one is on a flop no one’s heard of. Clarke was trying too hard to be nice and ask interesting questions, but Hall kinda came off as not really happy with the pairing. They were both nice and it was a fine watch, but I’d prefer those 2 having been paired up with other people.

    Hall has always looked like an arrogant person. Rarely laughs. Look at her and Haddish on the view.</p>

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    Hall has always looked like an arrogant person. Rarely laughs. Look at her and Haddish on the view.

    That seems to be true sadly.

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    Newest full interview:

    Cohen & Cheadle

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaNB0PnbKAg

     

    I am stalking Variety’s YouTube until they finally upload the Madden / Adams one.

     

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    I am stalking Variety’s YouTube until they finally upload the Madden / Adams one.

    Indeed.

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    Michelle Williams and Patricia Clarkson
    One of them is winning an Emmy this year, and it’s not gonna be Clarkson.

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    kellis
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    Fosse/Verdon probably won’t even make it into series or actor, so I highly doubt either of them is winning an Emmy lol.

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