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  • EOLB
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    She did get in at SAG..

    Which was voted by more people.

     

    I know there isn’t much Emmy and BAFTA overlap, but I hope Amazon Prime uses Chaske’s historic BAFTA nomination for his Emmy campaign.


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    Do we know if Rye Lane is submitting to the Emmys or is it going for the Oscars? Just realized it’s premiering next Friday on Hulu (and here in Brazil on Star+). It got great reviews at Sundance so could be a contender


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    Daniel
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    Great Expectations reviews are coming out. Collider (100) and The Telegraph (60) are already on Metacritic.

    There are two other positive reviews Culture Whisper (5/5) and Primetimer and a really bad one by Standart UK (0,5/5) 💀

    Variety (40) “Hans an electric Olivia Colman,but not enough else”


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    I’m going to do another Limited Ballot poll tomorrow, any preference on category (i.e series, actor, actress, supporting actress or actor?)

    (if you just want series at this stage please like this post)


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    I’m going to do another Limited Ballot poll tomorrow, any preference on category (i.e series, actor, actress, supporting actress or actor?) (if you just want series at this stage please like this post)

    Both supporting categories? I feel like actor and actress would be very boring as I imagine in the latter category in particular Blunt, Caplan, Chastain, Fishback and Keough would just all be checked off.

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    Both supporting categories? I feel like actor and actress would be very boring as I imagine in the latter category in particular Blunt, Caplan, Chastain, Fishback and Keough would just all be checked off.[/quote

    Please like Wolfali’s comment if you agree.


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    Time to take Emily Blunt out of my predictions unfortunately since she couldn’t even get in at BAFTA

    The BAFTA TV side tends to ignore British stars once they become American movie stars, I wouldn’t read too much into it. Just look at the difference between Olivia Colman’s BAFTA TV track record before (6 nominations, 3 wins) and after (0 nominations) The Favourite. Or Helen Mirren’s before (6 nominations, 3 wins) and after (0 nominations) The Queen. Almost feels like they see them as sellouts or something.


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    I’m always much more interested with BAFTA every year as to who gets nominated rather than who gets snubbed (see Tobias Menzies getting a surprise nod before going on to win at the Emmys or Fiona Shaw getting in and winning before getting nominated at the Emmys). It usually speaks to the passion a performance has whilst there usually is a whole range of factors that leads to a performer’s snub there that doesn’t neccessarily relate to passion itself.

    The one I was the most surprised by this year was Taron Egerton. He’s a young white male Hollywood actor who isn’t neccessarily that highly regarded as a thespian in the UK (at least compared to some of the film actors we’ve seen nominated in the past) and whilst a talented actor has essentially gotten by as a stud. Richard Madden was snubbed for Bodyguard and that was a homegrown production and his performance was much more acclaimed. Between his nomination here and the surprise Elliot win at SAG potentially suggesting him and Hauser vote-split there, perhaps we’re underestimating just how much passion he has?

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    The BAFTA TV side tends to ignore British stars once they become American movie stars, I wouldn’t read too much into it. Just look at the difference between Olivia Colman’s BAFTA TV track record before (6 nominations, 3 wins) and after (0 nominations) The Favourite. Or Helen Mirren’s before (6 nominations, 3 wins) and after (0 nominations) The Queen. Almost feels like they see them as sellouts or something.

    Thanks for this insight. It does seem a strange pattern…but then you have Kate Winslet nominated it still feels disappointing

    FYC 2023:

    Zar Amir Ebrahimi - Shayda (Best Actress)
    Helen Mirren - Golda (Best Actress)
    Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt - Oppenheimer (Best Actor/Actress)


    Victor
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    Thanks for this insight. It does seem a strange pattern…but then you have Kate Winslet nominated it still feels disappointing

    SAG has members of the TV Academy on it so I would trust them more than the juried BAFTA.
    Ofc she’s not a lock, they might as well go crazy with the nominees since no one’s landing, but I think she’s in.

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    Victor
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    I just can’t still get over Olivia Colman missing last year for Landscapers.

    Landscapers as a whole was so robbed, David Thewlis! The directing! The Cinematography! One of the best shows of 2021.

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    EOLB
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    The SAG nominating committee is made of 2500 people.

    https://www.sagawards.org/awards/campaigns/guidelines

    The BAFTA jury is nine people according to Wikipedia? Correct me if I’m mistaken.

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