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January 19, 2019 at 12:39 pm #1202739619
So to sum up:
-Close never won BAFTA before;
-Ali never won BAFTA before;
-Bale never won BAFTA before.January 19, 2019 at 12:24 pm #1202739608
1. Ali 2. Chalamet 3. Grant 4. Elliot 5. Driver The Academy will have no problem giving Ali #2. He deserves to win. Chalamet is #2 and deserves to be #2. His day will come.
According to this Grant is #2 and Elliot is #3 though.January 19, 2019 at 5:50 am #1202739344
For Supporting Actor I think it will be Ali or Chalamet but I stick with Ali.
Chalamet? Ali is fronrunner atm with GG/CC combo, but Richard E.Grant won most critics’ awards, while Chalamet has zero winning buzz. So if anyone suddenly upsets Ali, it will be Grant.January 18, 2019 at 1:27 pm #1202738891
I just thought that one of the many reasons they might award Bale is because he will definitely trash Republicans in his acceptance speech one way or another.January 18, 2019 at 3:20 am #1202738365
If Close wins the sag, The race is over. If Gaga wins, It will be very close leading up to the baftas and the oscars. To all of the gaga’s fans out there, Pay close attention to who wins the sag for best actress. The sag winner almost always go on to win the oscar. The acting branch is the biggest branch in the academy.
I am pretty sure Close is winning SAG. She never won movie SAG before. It’s about time they showed her respect she deserves.January 17, 2019 at 12:06 am #1202737186
Gary Oldman does sing (as evidenced in the video below). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COZqtPADejM Then again, I’m not sure if he’s vocally fit for a score like Hunchback.
Ok, thanks for the link. But I do not think he’s vocally fit for this score either.
If this was just going to be a straight forward nonmusical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel, Gary Oldman would be perfect casting for Claude Frollo.
But Claude Frollo in original novel is in his 30s (in the cartoon he was made much older), while Oldman is in his 60s. So Oldman is too old to play book!Frollo. I mean in his younger years he probably would be a good choice for book!Frollo, but not now.January 16, 2019 at 11:31 pm #1202737175
I don’t think Bale will win SAG or the Oscar. Rami Malek is taking both. But Bohemian Rhapsody won’t be nominated for Best Picture and it won’t win anything else.
But if Bohemian Rhapsody isn’t going to be nominated, when was it last time that actor won Best Actor without his movie getting BP nom?
Thing is, CC also gave both awards to Michael Keaton in Birdman, simply because he was perceived as the frontrunner at the time, when in reality he never truly was.
It was actually understandable why he was perceived as the frontrunner at that time – Keaton won majority of critics’s awards that season, won GG and this role was a big career comeback for him. In case of Malek he became to be seen as possible frontrunner only due to winning GG.
Malek and Bale being ahead of Bradley is a crime
Somebody in ASiB’s camp needs really to ask themselves what they did wrong with their campaigning for Best Actor category, then.