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April 25, 2021 at 4:27 am #1204220605
Can we watch the full coverage on ABC NEWS or is it only broadcast on ABC only? In my country, only ABC NEWS is available, not ABCApril 8, 2021 at 8:06 pm #1204187377
The scene where Isabelle Adjani was in the subway in PossessionMarch 30, 2021 at 11:53 pm #1204167127
So SAG will be the biggest gamble for Mulligan and the last redeeming point for her.March 30, 2021 at 7:49 pm #1204166913
Why do we argue why Bakalova lost when what happened already happened and it doesn’t matter anymore and we can’t change anything regardless? The issue that we should focus right now is if Bakalova had won the GG, she would be a comfortable front runner now and a shoo-in for SAG win.March 30, 2021 at 5:56 pm #1204166784
They also tried to push foster into the supporting actress race by having her win over actual Oscar contenders as well.
Im guessing they wanted both Pike and Day in the actress race.
A win for Maria did nothing for her in that particular category.
Really??? GG still is the most watched awards show with millions of people tuning in. A GG win would still be more relevant than an NYFCC win or a CC win (which a whooping 260k tuned in to watch lmao). Bakalova would be comfortably winning SAG and sweeping at this point if she had won the Globes.March 30, 2021 at 9:03 am #1204165828
Yeah it’s between Bakalova/Youn/Colman now. I’m sticking with Youn as well as Minari for the ensemble. Close and Zengel are definitely upsets at this point!March 29, 2021 at 8:13 am #1204163649
Lmao what’s with these overcomplicated reasons? Like Glenn is only respected but not liked???? You should know that the acting branch votes for the nominees, and the whole Academy, with every branch including the sound or short films branches vote for the winners. It’s clear she’s very beloved by her peers to get nominated, but none of her 3 latest nominations came from strong enough films to get supports from all branches. And, as strong and passionate as Olivia was during that awards season, I’m sure as hell Glenn would have won if only the acting branch had voted for the acting winners.March 28, 2021 at 5:36 am #1204162296
Glenn Close COULD win.
Glenn Close SHOULD win.
I’m a Close stan until the very end. No matter what happens.
Glenn shouldn’t win for this, sorry. She’ll be shreded to pieces on social media, and even though she herself definitely would never be upset about that, us Glenn stans will have to deal with that in a long time. You already saw what happened with Green book and Borap’s winsMarch 27, 2021 at 2:32 am #1204160728
I don’t agree with it would be best for her statement tbh. as someone who’s watched the father 5 times already during different festivals and screenings, i think her performance is notable, heartbreaking and relatable. People will see themselves in her character, Anne. Also, I’ve been reading a lot of reviews of the father lately and anyone who went through that kind of situation praises her to skies and how she perfectly portrays a caregiver. So basically her performance is brilliant, subtle, remarkable and relatable and again if it happened to mahershala ali why not colman.
Which part of my post says Colman is undeserving?????March 27, 2021 at 1:15 am #1204160682
And don’t get me wrong. I love Colman and having not watched The Father, I know Colman gives a very memorable performance in it based on the reactions. But Colman needn’t, AND shouldn’t win again this soon. It’ll be the best for her awards prospects in the future, since she seems to already have had a streak of very strong projects! I mean, noone in their right mind would fume about winning an Oscar, but there can be a fagtigue about Colman in the future. Just look at how every single British award group has snubbed her this season (starting with the BAFTA TV snubbing her in the Crown) despite still acknowledging her film.March 27, 2021 at 1:02 am #1204160678
Really? I think Colman winning SAG will be the worst-case scenario for Close. Colman already won AACTA and given how The Father performed at BAFTA at non-juried categories, would probably have won the BAFTA too were she nominated. If she takes SAG, she is a lock for the Oscar, and that would just give Close PTSD.
Because Colman actually has other reasons to win SAG outside of passions? It’s not like her performance being massively invincible is the reason she’ll win SAG. I agree SAG loss will definitely hurt Close but if neither Bakalova or Youn can prevail at BAFTA, the race will be left with no strong frontrunners and between a 0 out of 8 nominee vs. someone who has not only won an Oscar just 2 years ago but also beaten the said “0 out of 8 nominee” person. That scenario is much better for Close than either Bakalova or Youn gaining more momentum (either of them will be a much stronger front-runner than Colman’s frontrunner status)March 26, 2021 at 10:46 pm #1204160604
Actually Colman winning SAG would be the best case scenario for Close other than herself winning. Zengel too. She just needs neither Bakalova nor Youn to prevail at SAG, as well as BAFTA.March 25, 2021 at 7:05 pm #1204158350
Y’all will do anything to try and discredit Glenn Close, and for what? Seriously, enough of this nonsense already.
Exactly. Some people were too blind and ignorant to not include Glenn in their TOP 10 or even TOP 15 predictions (I can fathom not including her in your hopedictions but predictions???) when times have proved again and again that the actors’ branch massively respect her. Now they are whining too? Sorry but Glenn severely won the battles against critics and her haters for overcoming the odds being nominated. Whatever the naysayers are saying now, it won’t change anythingMarch 23, 2021 at 8:56 pm #1204154356
Wtf keep saying Maria has no shot at the Oscar? If she wins the SAG or the BAFTA, she is the front-runner and if she wins both, the race is over. And why do Close stans also want her to win for this horrible film? You guys are indirectly making her haters and trolls speak louder (as evidenced right in this thread)!