Amy Adams Her
Amy Adams Untitled David O. Russell/Abscam Project
Cate Blanchett The Monuments Men
Abigail Breslin August: Osage County
Penιlope Cruz The Counselor
Elizabeth Debicki The Great Gatsby
Cameron Diaz The Counselor
Isla Fisher The Great Gatsby
Jodie Foster Elysium
Jennifer Garner Dallas Buyers Club
Naomie Harris Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Sally Hawkins Blue Jasmine
Jennifer Hudson The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete
Allison Janney The Way, Way Back
Nicole Kidman The Railway Man
Nicole Kidman Stoker
Jessica Lange Thιrθse
Juliette Lewis August: Osage County
Leslie Mann The Bling Ring
Rooney Mara Her
Margo Martindale August: Osage County
Sienna Miller Foxcatcher
Julianne Moore Carrie
Julianne Moore Don Jon's Addiction
Carey Mulligan Inside Llewyn Davis
Julianne Nicholson August: Osage County
Elizabeth Olsen Oldboy
Margot Robbie The Wolf of Wall Street
Julia Roberts August: Osage County
Kristin Scott Thomas Only God Forgives
Octavia Spencer Fruitvale
Sharon Stone Lovelace
Mia Wasikowska Carol
Oprah Winfrey The Butler
Robin Wright A Most Wanted Man
I'm almost afraid to stick up for Diaz, since I don't want to be grouped in with that other poster, but back on TOPIC I also think that Diaz has a serious chance at being an Oscar frontrunner. Her role is said to be baity, it's a McCarthy screenplay, it's a Ridley Scott film with an amazing cast and really looks like it could be a big Oscar player (I have it front and center for most of my predictions as well) so I could easily see her being the one to beat, especially if August: Osage County becomes the Meryl Streep show with everyone else battling out in supporting and no clear favorite surfacing.
Also, Cameron Diaz, while starring in a slew of shitty films, delivered some of the best comedic work of the 90's with Something About Mary, My Best Friend's Wedding and Being John Malkovich and then followed that up with Vanilla Sky and she was Oscar worthy for all so
I thought Diaz was actually worthy even for My Sister's Keeper....
At least it sounded very baity on paper.
I'm not convinced she could be the favorite in the end, but a huge possebility.
Oprah might crash anyone standing in her way to a "real" Oscar.
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I prefered Diaz in The Box...and she's even in my top 12 that year
Yes, Oprah is going to be a force, and I actually think she'll win if The Butler is more respected than The Paperboy, but if The Counselor becomes the big Oscar frontrunner I see Diaz being the acting win for the film.
If Oprah gets nominated and there is no undeniable frontrunner, she'll win.
I know I've got a big ego, I really don't know why it's such a big deal, though.
Geez, I still don't know why Diaz was not nominated for BJM but Keener was?
No disrespect to her, but.... really?
It's still very early to tell what could be an Oscar favorite and what not. We'll see.
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Diaz can happen, but I'm still extremely dubious regardless of the baitiness of the material and the quality of the talent involved in the project. There are just some actors that for whatever reason, the Academy just doesn't care for (Jim Carrey, Meg Ryan, Richard Gere, etc.) and Cameron Diaz is one of them. So, I won't believe until I see it.
Is Vincelette going to take LoA's place?
I read THE COUNSELOR and if Diaz can pull it off, she could be nommed. Though when the cast was announced I was sure Cruz and Diaz were in the wrong roles. She was fantastic in Being John Malkovich. Oprah winning would depend on how good the movie is. Regardless of the overall perception of Paperboy, McConaughey's performance was haunting. I liked him a lot more than Kidman so we'll see when the Butler comes out which performances will resonate. It is backed by Harvey.
My money is still on a strong comeback for Stone. If her role is so transformative in Lovelace she'll be a force to reckon with. This category is going to be exciting to watch as the frontrunners emerge.
I want Lovelace to be big so that Sarsgaard can happen. Seriously, he needs at least ONE Oscar nomination
"It came true" - - - Academy Award winning actress, Anne Hathaway
Curtis' performance in Halloween is, in my opinion, the 2nd best performance ever in a horror film, the 1st being Spacek in Carrie. Curtis should have gotten an Oscar nomination, she was absolutely flawless in Halloween.
In a million years, when kids go to school, they gonna know;
once there was a Hushpuppy, and she was nominated for an Oscar.
I love Diaz and personally gave her noms for Mary and Malkovich. Then I love her in In Her Shoes. She's in my top ten that year.
Both Actress categories are gonna be intense next year.
Martindale vs. Adams vs. Oprah!!!
I will die if either Hawkins or Janney get any traction.
Now, watch Diaz charm her way to the win.
Adams never got a consecutive nom yet, if she will this year I cannot see her being ignored again with her 5th (!) nom in supporting.
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