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June 1, 2019 at 5:03 pm #1202919881
Please stop the drama. How sad is that some people attack posters like Thatcher who actually makes the experience of being in GoldDerby pretty amusing, funny and entertaining. How sad must be living that embittered.
And please, go on with the Emmy predictions. Thank you.
This year I stan: Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Joanna Kulig, Sam Elliott and Toni Collette (at the moment).May 28, 2019 at 1:55 pm #1202913932
I think Headey is the frontrunner, especially in a weak year like this one. I really think she deserved the win in all her nominations. I understand her loss against Anna Gunn (who was fantastic, but imo, Headey was better in The Lion and the Rose) but the other ones were UNFORGIVABLE. Even the Golden Globes (who hate Game of Thrones) recognized her with a nod in her sixth season (which is a statement of the power of her performance). I trust in her win this year. It has to happen. If it doesn’t… a lot of people will be pissed (including myself). Let’s hope she gets what she’s deserved for a long time.
This year I stan: Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Joanna Kulig, Sam Elliott and Toni Collette (at the moment).May 13, 2019 at 4:00 pm #1202892626
Neither Cersei, nor Jamie have been ever recognized as one of the best characters of TV.
Maybe not Jaime, but Cersei certainly has been singled out as one of the most complex characters on TV. A shame that the writers were so bad this season.
Half of episode 4 could’ve been replaced with a silent Lena Headey in King’s Landing looking through the balcony and it would’ve improved that lame episode.
This year I stan: Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Joanna Kulig, Sam Elliott and Toni Collette (at the moment).May 13, 2019 at 3:56 pm #1202892615
The only thing she’s been doing this season was watching through her balcony. This isn’t Emmy worthy.
If Emmy should be given to a cast member it’s Emilia Clarke. About Dinklage he seems to not have strong competition, so he’ll win with ease.
You always need to compare. They’re not even in the same category. Chill out. If them both win, it will be deserved.May 13, 2019 at 3:33 pm #1202892585
Well this video says it all… People really want Lena Headey to win her overdue Emmy.
Oh my god… we lost such an iconic character. I can’t believe she hasn’t won an Emmy. It’s beyond ridiculous.
Headey’s performance in The Winds of Winter and Blackwater literally outacted any other Drama Supporting Actress winner this decade. What a mistake to snub her. I really wonder if Emmy voters really know what good acting is like… how the hell did they award Dinklage for Hardhome (even in that episode Lena delivered) and robbed Lena Headey for Mother’s Mercy or The Winds of Winter? It’s unforgivable.May 13, 2019 at 8:25 am #1202892011
I wanted to see Cersei Lannister fighting back Daenerys with wildfire but ok…May 10, 2019 at 5:30 pm #1202888426
Came back trying to defend the show’s reputation once more (or denial rant, call it whatever you see fit)
Take a look at the histogram of votes of “The Last of the Starks”, lowest rated episode of the series on IMDb
1. This is the fastest episode to reach 60k voters on IMDb since The Winds of Winter (expect, obviously, the Long Night)
2. It has as much / more 10 votes than many episodes that got 9.0+
3. It has, suspiciously, the same amount of 1 votes as The Long Night – take from that what you will (haters perhaps?)
Maybe it just that many people hated it… just maybe…May 6, 2019 at 12:57 pm #1202882872
People will never accept that D&D are Cersei’s biggest fans out there.
They could’ve been done with Cersei in Season 6 but intstead they gave her arguably one of the best scenes in one of TV’s most epic episodes ever. A scene that’s not even written in the books. So stop wondering why Cersei is now, & actually always has been, the endgame in the show.
Well, they didn’t love her that much this season… Maybe that scene was a George RR Martin confession.May 6, 2019 at 12:51 pm #1202882852
One of the most deserving wins of the last years. Stunning performance. Those who think Ronan was better… need some glasses.May 6, 2019 at 7:38 am #1202882394
Well I think the rule for being in supporting is being in at least half of the episodes, so Lena will make it.
I found Lena Headey really good here even though the writers were very lazy… I mean, the Cersei we know would’ve been sassy as fuck in those final moments. But the writers chose to make her a silent bitch. Lena did great with what she was given. She was freaking menacing. Her nod will be more than deserved. Next week is her tape.
Emilia Clarke was pretty good imo, they are doing right campaigning for her in Lead. She’s easily getting in and maybe could make a case for a win. Not sure about Harington, though.February 16, 2019 at 8:02 am #1202778222
Nicole Kidman was f*cking ferocious in Destroyer. I can’t believe that’s the same woman that portrayed Satine. Her mind…January 28, 2019 at 6:57 am #1202752591
Did Glenn’s comment exclude homosexuality? Yes. Is it her fault? Not really. We live in a world where straight people clearly dominate everything. That’s it.January 28, 2019 at 6:54 am #1202752588
Such a shame Bradley Cooper isn’t getting the recognition he deserves. Rami Malek was decent in Bohemian Rhapsody but it’s far from being an Oscar-winning performance.January 22, 2019 at 5:48 am #1202743362
Bradley’s snub in Director increases his chances in Actor.January 14, 2019 at 5:52 am #1202733549
Bale is Oscar-worthy in Vice. I stan Cooper but that’s it. Ethan Hawke is up there, too.
Malek was good but isn’t even close to those performances.