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April 26, 2021 at 7:50 am #1204228817
I can’t believe I predicted Fran the whole season only to change it last minute smhApril 5, 2021 at 3:07 am #1204178717
In the 1957 or 1967 or 1977 the world wasn’t like now. Same for The Oscar.</p> I’m not saying that is right. Let’s accept that the human beings need time to evolve, like the Oscar members.
Yes Asian and Asian-American people only started existing and acting well in 2017 everyone knows.April 1, 2021 at 5:24 am #1204168909
It feels weird how Gillian Anderson essentially was ignored by these awards bodies for years and years when she delivered acting masterclasses in Hannibal, Bleak House, American Gods, Great Expectations, War and Peace and The Fall (one of the best lead performances this century) and now out of nowhere she’s sweeping without any competition. I mean I like her performance (I know that’s an unpopular opinion around here) and she’s a phenomenal actress but it’s still quite ironic lol.
This is why I think she’ll have enough goodwill to get a supporting actress comedy nod too (wrong thread ik). She really is that sort of legendary actress who all the awards forgot about for years and is only now coming back.February 28, 2021 at 11:44 pm #1204072387
oofFebruary 4, 2021 at 11:04 am #1204022274
Yes…because that’s how things work. Kudos on coming up with that convoluted theory though.
It’s a fact that the globes liked Mank and they usually don’t give Supporting actress to a movie with no support elsewhere. So if they have a choice between an actress in a movie they didn’t care to nominate anywhere else and an actress in a movie they love more than probably any other award show, Seyfried wins.February 4, 2021 at 10:53 am #1204022227
Actress 1. Michaela Coel, I May Destroy You 2. Anya Taylor-Joy, The Queen’s Gambit 3. Cynthia Erivo, Genius : Aretha 4. Julia Garner, Inventing Anna 5. Thuso Mbedu, The Underground Railroad 6. Kate Winslet, Mare of Easttown 7. Lydia West, It’s a Sin 8. Melissa McCarthy, Nine Perfect Strangers 9. Elizabeth Olsen, Wandavision 10. Nicole Kidman, Nine Perfect Strangers
I think Elizabeth Olsen will be much higher on the list, disney is gonna probably try a “make up” award strategy for Sorry For Your Loss.February 4, 2021 at 10:45 am #1204022197
Eh they went with Renee Zellweger after giving her everything for Chicago the prior year so why not do it again for Close? Yes, Zellweger had her movie having multiple nods at Globes but it’s a fact HFPA is picking Close after these SAG nods. The Seyfried snub is unexplainable. It’s not remotely comparable to King’s as many people like to conveniently claim. Close is the frontrunner right now, they’re going with her and pushing her for her Oscar yet again.
Seyfried is winning the globe. The HFPA loved Mank and it loves to be quirky and nominate and award things ~differently~ so now that they’re absolutely sure she can’t win at SAG she’s winning there.February 4, 2021 at 9:06 am #1204021466
I feel like Mulligan is gonna sweep everywhere but SAG. And maybe Critics Choice.February 4, 2021 at 8:41 am #1204021107
Wow so Mank went to being the most nominated at the Globes to not getting Seyfried in at SAG that is very interestingFebruary 3, 2021 at 6:56 am #1204016774
oofFebruary 1, 2021 at 9:40 am #1204012571
I know it’s an unpopular opinion, but I think I May Destroy You will get shut out. It doesn’t seem Globes-y to me at all.
I think it could get shut out too, it would be a bold choice for HFPA standards. But if she gets nominated, Michaela Coel is competitive for the win imo.February 1, 2021 at 7:38 am #1204012362
Imagine if It’s a Sin is a hit in the US it’ll be IMDY vs IaS in writing, Small Axe vs IMDY vs QG in directing, Olly Alexander vs Hugh Grant vs Ethan Hawke, Michaela Coel vs Anya Taylor-Joy, John Boyega, Letitia Wright vs Marielle Heller vs Keeley Hawes.
British Invasion part 2 pls
Edit: HOW did I forget Hawes???January 4, 2021 at 8:50 am #1203961464
Well the thing with Moss is she’s been showing up almost everywhere but at some critics awards for Shirley and some for The Invisible Man so something is telling me there may just be so much support for her to get a nom. Although then again these are critics awards and I normally wouldn’t look into them that much but her getting in for Shirley despite the film having an otherwise muted reception at these awards and a muted reception with critics is fascinating nonetheless.
I could be wrong, but i think she’s only been nominated for 2 critics awards for Shirley and 2 for the Invisible Man. It’s not yet happening repeatedly. But i agree with you critics awards aren’t at all important we’ll see after the Globes