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  • Casey Affleck - Old Man and the Gun

    1 1.15%
  • Mahershala Ali - Green Book

    5 5.75%
  • Antonio Banderas - Life Itself

    0 0%
  • Peter Bogdanovich - The Other Side of the Wind

    1 1.15%
  • Steve Carell - Backseat

    10 11.49%
  • Timothee Chalamet - Beautiful Boy

    67 77.01%
  • Kyle Chandler - First Man

    18 20.69%
  • Jason Clarke - First Man

    2 2.30%
  • Russell Crowe - Boy Erased

    5 5.75%
  • Billy Crudup - Where’d You Go, Bernadette

    1 1.15%
  • Benedict Cumberbatch - Rio

    1 1.15%
  • Adam Driver - BlacKKKlansman

    28 32.18%
  • Richard E. Grant - Can You Ever Forgive Me?

    46 52.87%
  • Joel Edgerton - Boy Erased

    10 11.49%
  • Sam Elliott - A Star is Born

    14 16.09%
  • Colin Farrell - Widows

    2 2.30%
  • Dave Franco - If Beale Street Could Talk

    2 2.30%
  • Topher Grace - Under the Silver Lake

    0 0%
  • Jake Gyllenhaal - Wildlife

    1 1.15%
  • Armie Hammer - On the Basis of Sex

    11 12.64%
  • Ben Hardy - Bohemian Rhapsody

    0 0%
  • Nicholas Hoult - The Favourite

    1 1.15%
  • Oscar Isaac - At Eternity’s Gate

    3 3.45%
  • Stephan James - If Beale Street Could Talk

    43 49.43%
  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson - Outlaw King

    0 0%
  • Tommy Lee Jones - Ad Astra

    1 1.15%
  • Michael B. Jordan - Black Pnather

    15 17.24%
  • Daniel Kaluuya - Widows

    14 16.09%
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda - Mary Poppins Returns

    3 3.45%
  • Liam Neeson - Widows

    0 0%
  • Alessandro Nivola - Disobedience

    1 1.15%
  • Joaquin Phoenix - The Sisters Brothers

    5 5.75%
  • Jonathan Pryce - The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

    3 3.45%
  • Jonathan Pryce - The Wife

    0 0%
  • John C. Reilly - Stan & Ollie

    4 4.60%
  • John C. Reilly - The Sisters Brothers

    2 2.30%
  • Sam Rockwell - Backseat

    52 59.77%
  • Rufus Sewell - Judy

    0 0%
  • J.K. Simmons - The Front Runner

    3 3.45%
  • Alexander Skarsgard - The Hummingbird Project

    1 1.15%
  • Sebastian Stan - Destroyer

    1 1.15%
  • Corey Stoll - First Man

    1 1.15%
  • Donald Sutherland - Ad Astra

    2 2.30%
  • David Tennant - Mary Queen of Scots

    3 3.45%
  • Dick Van Dyke - Mary Poppins Returns

    3 3.45%
  • Dominic West - Colette

    0 0%
  • Forest Whitaker - Burden

    0 0%
  • Finn Wittrock - Judy

    0 0%
  • Alex Wolff - Hereditary

    4 4.60%
  • Andy Serkis - Mowgli

    0 0%
  • Jude Law - A Rainy Day in New York

    1 1.15%
  • Charlie Plummer - Share

    0 0%
  • Sylvester Stallone - Creed 2

    1 1.15%
  • Other

    8 9.20%
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Thread: Actor in a Supporting Role: May 2018

  1. #161
    Senior Member Atad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kostas View Post
    Maybe it won't matter at the end, but if we're considering many options for now and Annapurna is still out releasing "The Sisters Brothers" or not... Maybe we can add Riz Ahmed, right?
    Feel like the only thing this will get awards wise is a sole borderline fraud supporting actor nomination for Joaquin Pheonix.

  2. #162
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atad View Post
    Feel like the only thing this will get awards wise is a sole borderline fraud supporting actor nomination for Jouquin Pheonix.


    Shut up and deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwerveAndVerve View Post
    Edgerton is in way too precarious a position. If BE is as problematic as has been rumored, then he’s gonna get the brunt of the criticism. That’s the breaks when you’re attempting a hat trick. Plus Bradley Cooper is most likely going to take up all the actor-writer-director acclaim oxygen this season.
    What aspect of BE is considered problematic? Sorry, been away for too long. Also, Phoenix is the MVP in every film he is in, so I'd say Phoenix over Riz/Jake anyday, but he doesn't campaign.

  4. #164
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    Phoenix looks terrific in The Sisters Brothers but it feels like they'll push him lead, based on the marketing.

    I get a feeling The Sisters Brothers has a lot of potential, if released this year.

  5. #165
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    Quote Originally Posted by fortbravo View Post
    What aspect of BE is considered problematic? Sorry, been away for too long. Also, Phoenix is the MVP in every film he is in, so I'd say Phoenix over Riz/Jake anyday, but he doesn't campaign.
    The Boy Erased thread has better details (some of them in spoilers).
    THREE GODDESS BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI
    "See what happens when Nomi Malone came to Ebbing and meets Mildred Hayes. Double riots in town"
    Director: Erik Anderson
    Writer: Jeff Beachnau
    Starring 2-times Oscar winner Frances McDormand and Razzie Redemeer Winner Elizabeth Berkley.

  6. #166
    Senior Member Atad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dark Poet View Post
    Phoenix looks terrific in The Sisters Brothers but it feels like they'll push him lead, based on the marketing.

    I get a feeling The Sisters Brothers has a lot of potential, if released this year.
    With Christian Bale being Annapurna no.1 Best Actor contender would they also campaign for Reilly and Pheonix in the same category?

    Seems more likely to me they'd move one of them into supporting and I think that will be Pheonix.

    Annapurna would have at least two contenders per acting catergory that way.

  7. #167
    Senior Member Kostas's Avatar
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    At this moment in Annapurna

    Cheney

    Christian Bale - Best Actor
    Sam Rockwell - Best Supporting Actor
    Amy Adams - Best Supporting Actress

    If Beale Street

    Kiki Layne - Best Actress
    Stephan James - Best Supporting Actor
    Regina King - Best Supporting Actress

    Bernadette

    Cate Blanchett - Best Actress
    Billy Crudup - Best Supporting Actor
    Zoë Chao - Best Supporting Actress
    Whoever played the daughter - Best Supporting Actress

    Destroyer

    Nicole Kidman - Best Actress
    Sebastian Stan - Best Supporting Actor

    And now The Sisters Brothers

    John C. Reilly - Best Actor/Supporting Actor
    Joaquin Phoenix - Best Actor/Supporting Actor
    Riz Ahmed - Best Supporting Actor

    Now for the information we have:

    -The test screenings of "Cheney" were actually excellent and "Bernadette" got a really good response (A little less as a film, but acting showcase especially Blanchett). Meanwhile "If Beale Street" had strong reservations and questioning the approach (At least from AW people who went)
    -Bernadette has October release, Cheney has December release. Allegedly "If Beale Street" may had November indie release but no confirmations. No release date for "The Sisters Brothers" yet, albeit they mentioned they want a Fall festival run for this year.
    -Recently Annapurna acquired "Destroyer" at Cannes in a heavy competition including Amazon and Neon, for a release date this year confirmed by own sources to Annapurna.

    Make your own bets. At least for now "Cheney" looks poised to be their no. 1 pony, but it's looking more like Annapurna will be a mess this year.
    THREE GODDESS BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI
    "See what happens when Nomi Malone came to Ebbing and meets Mildred Hayes. Double riots in town"
    Director: Erik Anderson
    Writer: Jeff Beachnau
    Starring 2-times Oscar winner Frances McDormand and Razzie Redemeer Winner Elizabeth Berkley.

  8. #168
    Senior Member Atad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kostas View Post
    Make your own bets. At least for now "Cheney" looks poised to be their no. 1 pony, but it's looking more like Annapurna will be a mess this year.
    It's a gamble but if Annapurna can get two of these films into Best Picture then they will establish themselves as a successful distributor.

  9. #169
    Quote Originally Posted by Kostas View Post
    At this moment in Annapurna

    Cheney

    Christian Bale - Best Actor
    Sam Rockwell - Best Supporting Actor
    Amy Adams - Best Supporting Actress

    If Beale Street

    Kiki Layne - Best Actress
    Stephan James - Best Supporting Actor
    Regina King - Best Supporting Actress

    Bernadette

    Cate Blanchett - Best Actress
    Billy Crudup - Best Supporting Actor
    Zoë Chao - Best Supporting Actress
    Whoever played the daughter - Best Supporting Actress

    Destroyer

    Nicole Kidman - Best Actress
    Sebastian Stan - Best Supporting Actor

    And now The Sisters Brothers

    John C. Reilly - Best Actor/Supporting Actor
    Joaquin Phoenix - Best Actor/Supporting Actor
    Riz Ahmed - Best Supporting Actor

    Now for the information we have:

    -The test screenings of "Cheney" were actually excellent and "Bernadette" got a really good response (A little less as a film, but acting showcase especially Blanchett). Meanwhile "If Beale Street" had strong reservations and questioning the approach (At least from AW people who went)
    -Bernadette has October release, Cheney has December release. Allegedly "If Beale Street" may had November indie release but no confirmations. No release date for "The Sisters Brothers" yet, albeit they mentioned they want a Fall festival run for this year.
    -Recently Annapurna acquired "Destroyer" at Cannes in a heavy competition including Amazon and Neon, for a release date this year confirmed by own sources to Annapurna.

    Make your own bets. At least for now "Cheney" looks poised to be their no. 1 pony, but it's looking more like Annapurna will be a mess this year.

    So many question marks. They need to streamline and prioritize; they can't possibly spin all these plates. (You've got sources at Annapurna? Did they happen to hint at a release date for Destroyer, or suggest it might start testing soon?)

  10. #170
    Senior Member Kostas's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatshepsutely View Post
    So many question marks. They need to streamline and prioritize; they can't possibly spin all these plates. (You've got sources at Annapurna? Did they happen to hint at a release date for Destroyer, or suggest it might start testing soon?)
    Not for that, some came by Deadline and here
    THREE GODDESS BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI
    "See what happens when Nomi Malone came to Ebbing and meets Mildred Hayes. Double riots in town"
    Director: Erik Anderson
    Writer: Jeff Beachnau
    Starring 2-times Oscar winner Frances McDormand and Razzie Redemeer Winner Elizabeth Berkley.

  11. #171
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kostas View Post
    At this moment in Annapurna

    Cheney

    Christian Bale - Best Actor
    Sam Rockwell - Best Supporting Actor
    Amy Adams - Best Supporting Actress

    If Beale Street

    Kiki Layne - Best Actress
    Stephan James - Best Supporting Actor
    Regina King - Best Supporting Actress

    Bernadette

    Cate Blanchett - Best Actress
    Billy Crudup - Best Supporting Actor
    Zoë Chao - Best Supporting Actress
    Whoever played the daughter - Best Supporting Actress

    Destroyer

    Nicole Kidman - Best Actress
    Sebastian Stan - Best Supporting Actor

    And now The Sisters Brothers

    John C. Reilly - Best Actor/Supporting Actor
    Joaquin Phoenix - Best Actor/Supporting Actor
    Riz Ahmed - Best Supporting Actor

    Now for the information we have:

    -The test screenings of "Cheney" were actually excellent and "Bernadette" got a really good response (A little less as a film, but acting showcase especially Blanchett). Meanwhile "If Beale Street" had strong reservations and questioning the approach (At least from AW people who went)
    -Bernadette has October release, Cheney has December release. Allegedly "If Beale Street" may had November indie release but no confirmations. No release date for "The Sisters Brothers" yet, albeit they mentioned they want a Fall festival run for this year.
    -Recently Annapurna acquired "Destroyer" at Cannes in a heavy competition including Amazon and Neon, for a release date this year confirmed by own sources to Annapurna.

    Make your own bets. At least for now "Cheney" looks poised to be their no. 1 pony, but it's looking more like Annapurna will be a mess this year.
    Minus the daughter and chao from Bernadette..


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  12. #172
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    I'm still scratching my head at the Rockwell predictions lol.

  13. #173
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    For June poll I think Jake Gyllenhaal and Riz Ahmed for The Sisters Brothers should be added here, and John C. Reilly and Phoenix should be taken out since they are the leads.

    Also think Gwilym Lee for Bohemian should be added. He has a bigger role than Ben Hardy and is getting good reactions from the trailer. Not that any of them will be nominated though.
    Last edited by amoryfield; 05-25-2018 at 01:30 AM.

  14. #174
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    Quote Originally Posted by amoryfield View Post
    For June poll I think Jake Gyllenhaal and Riz Ahmed for The Sisters Brothers should be added here, and John C. Reilly and Phoenix should be taken out since they are the leads.

    Also think Gwilym Lee for Bohemian should be added. He has a bigger role than Ben Hardy and is getting good reactions from the trailer. Not that any of them will be nominated though.
    After confirmations of the role (With trailers and test screeners testimonies included) that won't be necessary
    THREE GODDESS BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI
    "See what happens when Nomi Malone came to Ebbing and meets Mildred Hayes. Double riots in town"
    Director: Erik Anderson
    Writer: Jeff Beachnau
    Starring 2-times Oscar winner Frances McDormand and Razzie Redemeer Winner Elizabeth Berkley.

  15. #175
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atad View Post
    It's a gamble but if Annapurna can get two of these films into Best Picture then they will establish themselves as a successful distributor.
    Lets hope they learned their lesson after Detroit

  16. #176
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    I have faith in Annapurna. I mean, in recent years we've seen small no1curr companies like OpenRoad and A24 go all the way (not that I necessarily think any of Annapurna's films will win BP), and there is a void to be filled now with The Weinstein Company dead and buried.

    But on that note, it's kinda crazy that Focus Features still hasn't won BP (they came close twice).

  17. #177
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    Quote Originally Posted by guany View Post
    I have faith in Annapurna. I mean, in recent years we've seen small no1curr companies like OpenRoad and A24 go all the way (not that I necessarily think any of Annapurna's films will win BP), and there is a void to be filled now with The Weinstein Company dead and buried.

    But on that note, it's kinda crazy that Focus Features still hasn't won BP (they came close twice).
    It is kind of wild that they haven't but I think it's because they've had a bit of trouble juggling more than two films in the past. They're getting much, much better and compartmentalizing their films' best chances. Last season was a perfect example of that and the result was not only noms where they could be expected but a ton more with Phantom Thread being so popular. They have a ton of movies this year and they smartly have them planned for rollout. That will give each film the attention it needs and then when it really comes down to awards season pushes in Dec/Jan they'll know where to align their category #1s, etc.




  18. #178
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    End of May update:

    1. Sam Rockwell, Cheney
    2. Richard E. Grant, Can You Ever Forgive Me?
    3. Timothee Chalamet, Beautiful Boy
    4. Sam Elliott, A Star is Born
    5. Kyle Chandler, First Man

    6. Stephan James, If Beale Street Could Talk
    7. J.K. Simmons, The Front Runner
    8. Adam Driver, BlacKkKlansman
    9. Armie Hammer, On the Basis of Sex
    10. Daniel Kaluuya, Widows
    ]

    '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.'"

  19. #179
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    End of May:

    1. Richard E. Grant - Can You Ever Forgive Me? (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
    2. Timothée Chalamet - Beautiful Boy (Amazon Studios)
    3. Sam Rockwell - Backseat (Annapurna Pictures)
    4. Sam Elliott - A Star Is Born (Warner Bros. Pictures)
    5. Daniel Kaluuya - Widows (20th Century Fox)

    6. Adam Driver - BlacKkKlansman (Focus Features)
    7. Kyle Chandler - First Man (Universal Pictures)
    8. Armie Hammer - On the Basis of Sex (Focus Features)
    9. Stephan James - If Beale Street Could Talk (Annapurna Pictures)
    10. Michael B. Jordan - Black Panther (Walt Disney Studios)


  20. #180
    Quote Originally Posted by Pandamonium View Post
    1. Timothee Chalamet - Beautiful Boy
    2. Richard E. Grant - Can You Ever Forgive Me?
    3. Armie Hammer - On the Basis of Sex
    4. Sam Rockwell - Backseat
    5. Other
    End of May Update:
    1. Armie Hammer - On the Basis of Sex
    2. Timothée Chalamet - Beautiful Boy
    3. Sam Rockwell - Backseat
    4. Richard E. Grant - Can You Ever Forgive Me?
    5. Kyle Chandler - First Man

    Adding in Kyle Chandler and shuffling the rankings a little bit.

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