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    Owl-Always-watching
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    I would say Hannah. Even with her age demographics.

    I feel like Nicholson has been constantly working in small project and tv projects and I don’t see that changing.

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    Olivia Colman. Oscars next maybe?

    Is this a joke

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    This queen will become the next greatest and that’s thanks to this role

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    I would say Hannah. Even with her age demographics.

    Hannah. I do however agree that it’s significant for Peters to win how he did.

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    1. Micaela Coel, who most people outside of UK would prob only recognize her as a side char from Black Mirror.

    2.Kate Winslet, as a comeback after having flop after flop at the box office and critical acclaim since 2011 with the exception of Steve jobs. Though I’m sure she was going to be able to book her annual Oscar baits regardless the win but maybe now she has some priority on better projects to capitalize off her win.

    3. Ewan McGregor, maybe this Emmy win will help him get an Oscar nomination in the future, after his past attempts always get ignored, even when his co-stars get nominated.

     

     

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    3. Ewan McGregor, maybe this Emmy win will help him get an Oscar nomination in the future, after his past attempts always get ignored, even when his co-stars get nominated.

    I think what McGregor really suffered from was that his roles in stuff like Moulin Rouge and The Impossible (whilst he delivered excellent performances in them) were at their essence very straight white male roles and nothing more. His female co-stars comparatively had more complex characters.

    With his performances in Fargo and Halston and this win for the latter I think he has a good shot are receiving more “challenging” roles (aka roles that aren’t what audiences and the industry are used to seeing him in).

    Oscars FYC:
    "THE POWER OF THE DOG" – IN ALL CATEGORIES
    "SPENCER" – In all categories especially Director (Pablo Larrain) and Actress (Kristen Stewart)
    "SHIVA BABY" – in all categories especially Picture, Adapted Screenplay, Score
    "TOGETHER" – Actress (Sharon Horgan), Actor (James McAvoy), Original Screenplay
    "LAST NIGHT IN SOHO" – Director (Edgar Wright), S. Actress (Anya Taylor-Joy/Diana Rigg), Cinematography, Costume Design and Production Design
    "CODA" – in all categories

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    Michaela Coel won the night, hands down. I think this is going to catapult the next phase of her career. It will likely take her creating her own artistic opportunities, b/c Hollywood is racist as fuck and won’t know what to do with her next. Since Coel famously rejected Netflix’s bid of “I May Destroy You” for HBO, I hope that this begins a fruitful and continued collaboration story with the latter outlet. She’s fully earned that and more!

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    Evan Peters

     

    It’s like we’ve seen him grow up on AHS. He was always great. Last night with how articulate and posed he was and just his general way he carried himself (plus his acting history and let’s face it his looks) I felt like I was seeing someone who will grow into a major actor.

    Just checked…he’s 34. I thought he was younger. His youthful looks will help him too. I think he could still play like 25 or so.

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    With his performances in Fargo and Halston and this win for the latter I think he has a good shot are receiving more “challenging” roles (aka roles that aren’t what audiences and the industry are used to seeing him in).

    I sort of wonder if McGregor is actually more suited to TV (not an insult) especially at this age/stage of his career?

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    Nicholson and Coel, hands down!

    Who am I? You'll find out soon. Ciao, for now!

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