View Poll Results: Who will be nominated for Best Actor? (Choose 5)

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  • Christian Bale -- Hostiles

    3 2.38%
  • Javier Bardem -- Mother!

    19 15.08%
  • Chadwick Boseman -- Marshall

    15 11.90%
  • Timothée Chalamet -- Call Me by Your Name

    38 30.16%
  • Bryan Cranston -- Last Flag Flying

    14 11.11%
  • Benedict Cumberbatch -- The Current War

    30 23.81%
  • Matt Damon -- Downsizing

    64 50.79%
  • Matt Damon -- Suburbicon

    6 4.76%
  • Daniel Day-Lewis -- Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson Project

    87 69.05%
  • Idris Elba -- The Mountain Between Us

    7 5.56%
  • Will Forte -- A Futile & Stupid Gesture

    0 0%
  • Andrew Garfield -- Breathe

    10 7.94%
  • Domhnall Gleeson -- Untitled A.A. Milne Project

    2 1.59%
  • Jake Gyllenhaal -- Stronger

    8 6.35%
  • Oscar Isaac -- Life Itself

    5 3.97%
  • Hugh Jackman -- The Greatest Showman

    62 49.21%
  • Jack O'Connell -- Untitled Alexander McQueen Project

    2 1.59%
  • Gary Oldman -- Darkest Hour

    98 77.78%
  • Joaquin Phoenix -- You Were Never Really Here

    9 7.14%
  • Mark Rylance -- The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara

    13 10.32%
  • Ben Stiller -- Brad's Status

    3 2.38%
  • Donald Sutherland -- The Lesiure Seeker

    33 26.19%
  • Denzel Washington -- Inner City

    47 37.30%
  • Other

    11 8.73%
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Thread: Best Actor: March

  1. #301
    Senior Member NoirJo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gelseykirkland View Post
    Yeah, he's definitely supporting. Also, no way are 2 actors under 30 getting into the Leading Actor category.
    LMAO. I thought he was the lead. It's interesting though. Renner and Chastain got Oscar nominations for Bigelow films so perhaps there's a showy part for a supporting player in her newest film? Mackie maybe?

    And, yes, Cranston is a very strong contender. Which film is going to be Amazon's strongest contender? I suppose it'll be Wonderstruck, but Last Flag Flying (Linklater directing the sequel to The Last Detail) and Wonder Wheel (according to rumors a return to form for Woody Allen) could also be big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoirJo View Post
    And, yes, Cranston is a very strong contender. Which film is going to be Amazon's strongest contender? I suppose it'll be Wonderstruck, but Last Flag Flying (Linklater directing the sequel to The Last Detail) and Wonder Wheel (according to rumors a return to form for Woody Allen) could also be big.
    Is there actual tea on this or...?

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  3. #303
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Is there actual tea on this or...?
    Only vague rumors. I wouldn't be surprised if this is another Irrational Man or Magic in the Moonlight. You never know with Woody Allen! But if it's true that Amazon wants to release this in the fall and the film is darker than most of Woody's recent efforts, then we should definitely take it seriously. A Cannes premiere doesn't seem likely so we may have to wait until...Venice? Dirk, spill the beans or at least give us more clues!

    Amazon may take Ramsay and Linklater to Cannes and Haynes and Allen (opening film/out of competition) to Venice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Is there actual tea on this or...?
    The tea is brewed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Is there actual tea on this or...?
    We go through this pretty much every year. "This Woody Allen movie is actually a thing" and then it usually ends up being a non-starter. As a rule of thumb I just don't predict them unless I hear something extremely promising or they screen to acclaim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkDiggler View Post
    The tea is brewed.
    Interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EOLB View Post
    Interesting.
    I don't know enough to give a confident answer, but sounds promising and Kate Winslet sounds like a sure bet based on how her performance is being described.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkDiggler View Post
    I don't know enough to give a confident answer, but sounds promising and Kate Winslet sounds like a sure bet based on how her performance is being described.
    I understand. Thanks for letting us know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoirJo View Post
    LMAO. I thought he was the lead. It's interesting though. Renner and Chastain got Oscar nominations for Bigelow films so perhaps there's a showy part for a supporting player in her newest film? Mackie maybe?

    And, yes, Cranston is a very strong contender. Which film is going to be Amazon's strongest contender? I suppose it'll be Wonderstruck, but Last Flag Flying (Linklater directing the sequel to The Last Detail) and Wonder Wheel (according to rumors a return to form for Woody Allen) could also be big.
    Watch out as Lost City of Z leaps out with huge acclaim and great box office upon its release

  10. #310
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    Why no U.S. distribution for The Young Karl Marx? Raoul Peck was just nominated for an Oscar and August Diehl could have had the same opportunity for his performance as the (co-)founder of communism!

  11. #311
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    March Predictions

    1. Daniel Day-Lewis - Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson Project
    2. Tom Hanks - The Post
    3. Gary Oldman - Darkest Hour
    4. Matt Damon - Downsizing
    5. Denzel Washington - Inner City

    6. Donald Sutherland - The Lesiure Seeker
    7. Hugh Jackman - The Greatest Showman
    8. Timothée Chalamet - Call Me by Your Name
    9. Bryan Cranston - Last Flag Flying
    10. Javier Bardem - Mother!
    Last edited by Sweet; 03-20-2017 at 12:31 AM.

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    1.RYAN GOSLING (THE FIRST MAN) THE WINNER 2018
    2.HUGH JACKMAN (LOGAN) OR The Greatest Showman on Earth
    3.Daniel Day-Lewis, untitled PTA project
    Donald Sutherland, The Leisure Seeker
    Ben Stiller -- Brad's Statu

  13. #313
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    Quote Originally Posted by gioele1203 View Post
    1.RYAN GOSLING (THE FIRST MAN) THE WINNER 2018
    2.HUGH JACKMAN (LOGAN) OR The Greatest Showman on Earth
    3.Daniel Day-Lewis, untitled PTA project
    Donald Sutherland, The Leisure Seeker
    Ben Stiller -- Brad's Statu
    First Man is not this year.

    "'There came from his lips no wordy protestation such as formal lovers use. No eloquence was his, nor did he suffer from the lack of it. He simply enfolded her in his manly arms.'"

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    I think I'm going to refrain from predicting Denzel and Inner City until there's official word from Sony. It's supposed to start filming soon but it's almost April and they could just hold off. At least Focus is attempting to get the PTA out this year and Spielberg will desperately work to get Post ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyjagi View Post
    I think I'm going to refrain from predicting Denzel and Inner City until there's official word from Sony. It's supposed to start filming soon but it's almost April and they could just hold off. At least Focus is attempting to get the PTA out this year and Spielberg will desperately work to get Post ready.
    Yeah, I'm more confident in "The Post" being ready, Spielberg can be fast with films, "Munich" started filming in June or July 2005 and it was ready at the end of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Dmitri-Yuriev View Post
    Yeah, I'm more confident in "The Post" being ready, Spielberg can be fast with films, "Munich" started filming in June or July 2005 and it was ready at the end of the year.
    Yeah, Spielberg works super quickly and The Post is nothing but dialogue in rooms and offices

    Inner City is intimate, too, but its still Sony with a major A-list star, exterior scenes, and big supporting roles still havent been cast yet

    I dont know if they'll want to rush Gilroy and doesnt Denzel film Equalizer 2 in Sept for a Sept 2018 release

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    01. Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour
    02. Daniel Day Lewis, The Phantom Thread
    03. Mark Rylance, The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara
    04. Matt Damon, Downsizing
    05. Timothée Chalamet, Call Me By Your Name
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    06. Chadwick Boseman, Marshall
    07. Donald Sutherland, The Leisure Seeker
    08. Jake Gyllenhaal, Stronger
    09. Andrew Garfield, Breathe
    10. Benedict Cumberbatch, The Current War

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    I have no doubt that Oldman is winning. Although, I sort of want to believe that Joaquin Phoenix will get a nomination for either Mary Magdalene or You Were Never Really Here. I've only watched We Need To Talk About Kevin so I don't really know about Lynne Ramsay, but female director, working with a great actor. I really hope it is good. I am still mad that they snubbed Phoenix for Her and nominated effing Christian Bale for his unmemorable work in American Hustle and not Joaquin. Yeah yeah, he doesn't care about that sh*it but still.

    Gary Oldman, Daniel Day Lewis. My two predicted nominees. I feel like they are 100 % there next year. The rest, not so much.

  19. #319
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Plainview View Post
    01. Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour
    02. Daniel Day Lewis, The Phantom Thread
    03. Mark Rylance, The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara
    04. Matt Damon, Downsizing
    05. Timothée Chalamet, Call Me By Your Name
    --
    06. Chadwick Boseman, Marshall
    07. Donald Sutherland, The Leisure Seeker
    08. Jake Gyllenhaal, Stronger
    09. Andrew Garfield, Breathe
    10. Benedict Cumberbatch, The Current War
    Edgardo Mortara is probably getting pushed because of The Post.

    "'There came from his lips no wordy protestation such as formal lovers use. No eloquence was his, nor did he suffer from the lack of it. He simply enfolded her in his manly arms.'"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyjagi View Post
    Yeah, Spielberg works super quickly and The Post is nothing but dialogue in rooms and offices

    Inner City is intimate, too, but its still Sony with a major A-list star, exterior scenes, and big supporting roles still havent been cast yet

    I dont know if they'll want to rush Gilroy and doesnt Denzel film Equalizer 2 in Sept for a Sept 2018 release
    Yes, it starts shooting in October, I think. I hope Inner City comes out in 2018, tbh.



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