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September 21, 2021 at 7:58 am #1204476910
Who controls campaigning for macbeth, a24 or apple?September 14, 2021 at 6:24 am #1204458850
On JLaw, I actually don’t see her promoting or campaigning too much, as she will be on late stages of her pregnancy, and she seems to want to be private about it. That is one of the reasons I don’t think she’s getting inSeptember 13, 2021 at 9:38 am #1204457065
September releases are always interesting to me. It’s like “if we get into awards season, great, if we don’t, let’s just make some money”
Hustlers was a september realease and last night in soho was originally supposed to come out semptember 2020September 13, 2021 at 7:21 am #1204456756
Sorry if anyone here already pointed this out (I avoid reading the Best Actress thread) but I was listening to a Vanity Fair awards season podcast in which they talk about Telluride, and what they basically were discussing is that the industry people who were there were either unfazed or apalled by Spencer.
I wonder if Stewart’s case is not similar to JLo’s a couple years ago, with the critics really loving the performance and giving the biggest push they can, but the Academy simply not getting convinced. I think Stewart will obviously have a different outcome than JLo – she is definetely locked for a nom – but: what if she’s not the frontrunner to win like we all were led to believe?
And: if she doesn’t win, who does?
This is a weird year for Best Actress I feel like. Am I the only one?
(If you disagree with me – which is very much ok – just please be nice about it (:)September 8, 2021 at 8:59 am #1204444215
I regretted watching the trailer as soon as it was over. Anyway, there’s nothing that can make me less excited for this movie as it looks right up my alley.
On Twitter, Edgar Wright basically advised people to not watch it, lol. So it was probably Focus Features decision to spoil so much. Every trailer seems to be like this nowadays, so frustratingAugust 31, 2021 at 11:34 am #1204426937
I still remember seeing the trailer for Les Mis for the first time and thinking “yep, Anne Hathaway is winning Supporting Actress” right away
And I’m embarassed by predicting Get Out to be a surprise BP win (I have no idea why I thought that would be possible) and am also embarassed by everytime I didn’t go with my gut when I should’ve (predicting Close instead of Colman, 1917 instead of Parasite)August 30, 2021 at 1:37 pm #1204425257
Passing is going to which festivals?August 25, 2021 at 6:22 am #1204414774
Do you guys like to predict who’s gonna be at the THR Actress Roundtable? I think:
Jessica Chastain – Jennifer Hudson – Halle Berry – Tessa Thompson – Kristen Stewart – Gaga?
I’m thinking here of who’s most likely to campaign hard. Stewart is kind of reserved but if she comes to have a real chance NEON will make her lolAugust 24, 2021 at 6:57 am #1204413153
Last Night in Soho is being hyped on these forums, but I understand saying it is underestimated because if you go to predictions centre or any predictions sites it doesn’t even make top 15s and top 20s even on technical categoriesAugust 23, 2021 at 12:57 pm #1204411928
Will McDormand go 4 for 4???
Not this year I don’t think soAugust 23, 2021 at 11:55 am #1204411752
There’s a lot the article genuinely cannot say about Rose, but they’ve gone ahead and “spoiled” things about Phil (Cumberbatch) which tbh is on the page in the book from page 1 so I don’t even really see it as a spoiler at all. She will have comparable screen time, because this is the plot:
Interesting! I didn’t know this as I’ve not read the book. thanks!!August 23, 2021 at 8:58 am #1204411368
Oh yeah this category is super competitive this year (way more than Best Actress imo) and who knows what’s going to happen. But he’s definetely the first off the line as of right now. The article even highlights he went method and that Campion was referring to him as “Paul” on set and that is 100% the narrative that has won men their Best Actor trophies this last decade. But this is a brand new decade, who knows what will happen