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February 26, 2021 at 9:13 pm #1204063900
Last year Elisabeth Moss missed for <i>The Handmaid’s Tale </i>even though the show got nominated for two other actors above the line (one of whom essentially cameod) and in Series.
Don’t remind us about this! The way they did their own queen, the QUEEN of peak TV, I can’t…February 26, 2021 at 8:54 pm #1204063885
I hope Cher will get a nomination out of nowhere to make this race “Oscar vs Glenn Close”.February 26, 2021 at 8:44 pm #1204063875
I saw the show on Broadway and while I didn’t love it, the actress playing Heidi (Moore’s character) made me cry on multiple occasions. Many standout acting moments. The question is will they keep her big song? Moore is not known to be a singer but it really is the best part of the whole show.
The question is also will it follow the same plot? Ben Platt is too old actually to play this character with the same fresh quality the way he used to do, so it’s possible for them to do the continuation of the stage musical.February 26, 2021 at 4:28 am #1204062434
Darlings.. Colman is going to win again I can feel it.
There’s a reason she’s double nominated. This is the reason. It’s so clear that she’s going to win this because they LOVE her and the movie she’s in. There’s almost no way they will make her lose after gave her three (unexpected) win.
Glenn Close is her closest competitor. Globe has always been the ones who change the race and they perhaps want to strengthen Close’s narative, but they seem not to leave The Father unrewarded.February 25, 2021 at 11:14 pm #1204062259
Well, the last season was a really wild season for Yvonne Strahovski, and you know what happened to her at the last episode. I think she won’t do that much this coming season, but let’s see!February 25, 2021 at 7:26 am #1204060654
I need Cumberbatch to win the actor award. He’s more than Doctor Strange and everyone, most importantly Marvel’s fandom, needs to know that. He’s done masterful works in theatre and TV. People should stop seeing him as secondary actor to Marvel’s biggest asset, which is actually not their best.February 25, 2021 at 7:15 am #1204060623
I thought this was a pretty good miniseries, though I can’t help but come away by the end thinking that doubling the length would’ve really made it a much stronger effort overall.
The creator said that he couldn’t bargain for more episodes. Had it been longer, it might’ve been more locked in several Emmy nominations.February 25, 2021 at 6:57 am #1204060601
Anya Taylor-Joy upcoming films: Last Night in SoHo – dir. Edgar Wright The Northman – dir. Robert Eggers Amsterdam – dir. David O. Russell Laughter in the Dark – dir. Scott Frank Furiosa – dir. George Miller She’s COMING.
Her career is likeFebruary 25, 2021 at 3:20 am #1204060368
The rest of the cast wasn’t really household names, just because 3 leads get in, doesn’t mean it will get ensemble (The Shape of Water, La La Land)
So were BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, Crazy Rich Asians and A Star is Born. There were only two or three household names in those films, yet they got in. I think it happened because they didn’t want Black Panther to be challenged by anything (because The Favourite‘s ensemble was a huge acting ensemble).
It’s actually off-topic, but it’s so good to discuss.February 24, 2021 at 9:35 pm #1204060060
Lol, it got 3 actors in and tied for most nominations overall.
Olivia Colman was a lock. Emma and Weisz were inseparable and I though that when they voted Rachel, they voted Emma too (then it costed Regina’s nomination). However, when I said “not their cup of tea”, I talked about why the most nominated as you said couldn’t get into Ensemble while it’s placed as number one (or two?) here in Gold Derby. If they had loved it, they would’ve easily vote the whole ensemble.
Rachel was still number two for me although her performance was clearly my favourite. Why didn’t they spread the winner at Venice like they did for The Master?February 24, 2021 at 8:59 pm #1204060015
Darling, he isn’t going to win in a million years but I always think everyone who gets in at least one precursor is a factor. So yes, he is. I wouldn’t count him out. Not at all, my citizen.
Dare of you saying that, ma’am! He’s really giving me the vibe of young thespian. I’m waiting for him doing other great works (and kind of sure that he’s going to get some recognitions by major awards in the future), but for now, he’s not in my top 5.