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okay kelangan talaga pati kontrabida roles tatanggapin na ni Leo diCaprio, magka-Oscar talaga?
Hugh Jackman = unless the Academy had standards different from that of Tony Awards
Anne Hathaway = second nomination underway kaya?
Russell Crowe = patawarin nyo na yung tao, me talent naman eh
Samantha Barks = asarin lang natin fans ni Taylor Swift
bukod sa Best Picture nom
Christopher Nolan = pag dito di pa yan na-nominate, obvious kung obvious
Tom Hardy = Tom fvcking Hardy, ano ba? ano ba? ano ba? ano ba?
speaking of potential noms, umabot kaya kung sakali ang remake ng book2 ng Millennium trilogy (The Girl Who Played with Fire)? exciting kung ma-nominate ulit si Rooney Mara and do an upset
1 day mare-realize din ni diCaprio that not winning an Oscar may have been a badge of honor #wishfulthinking
although not really looking forward to Keira Knightley...she bugs me...oh well role of Anna is so like her....hahaha
Best Actress next year:
Sandra Bullock, “Gravity”
Rose Byrne, “The Place Beyond the Pines”
Abbie Cornish, “The Girl”
Marion Cottilard, “Rust and Bone” / “Low Life"
Dakota Fanning, “Effie”
Jennifer Garner, “Butter”
Anne Hathaway, “Les Miserables”
Helen Hunt, “The Surrogate”
Holly Hunter, “Jackie”
Isabelle Huppert, “Amour”
Keira Knightley, “Anna Karenina”
Diane Keaton, “Darling Companion”
Laura Linney, “Hyde Park on Hudson”
Melanie Lynskey, “Hello I Must Be Going”
Rachel McAdams, “The Burial”
Carey Mulligan, “The Great Gatsby”
Elizabeth Olsen, “Liberal Arts”
Ellen Page, “The East”
Gwyneth Paltrow, “The Danish Girl”
Andrea Riseborough, “Shadow Dancer”
Amanda Seyfried, “Lovelace”
Julia Stiles, “The Bell Jar”
Meryl Streep, “Great Hope Springs”
Naomi Watts, “Sunlight Jr.”
Kristen Wiig, “Imogene”
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, “Smashed”
Reese Witherspoon, "Mud"
Rebecca Hall, "Lay the Favorite"
Viola Davis, "Won't Back Down"
Michelle Williams, "Take this Waltz"
An unknown Indie actress sneaking in.
Take your pick.
I wonder if Osage County will be finished in time for next year's Oscars. Mukhang maganda yung plot kasi it's based on an award winning play.
basta abangan natin kung me clout pa rin next year si Harvey Weinstein. pride na lang siguro ang pumipigil ke diCaprio na dumikit dun
Napanood niyo ba yung A Dangerous Method? O_O Ang O.A. ng acting doon ni Keira Knightley, verging on ridiculous.
Thanks for this~! Pero di ko alam na marami palang nakapansin nung acting niya don sa umpisa.Regarding Keira, at the beginning of A Dangerous Method, when Sabina is talking about how she got aroused when her father beat her, she does this thing jutting out her jaw that is seriously painful to watch. I read one review that said if you’d put it in 3-D, it would have been one of the scariest scenes in movies this year. She came up with that all on her own?Well, yes and no. The no part is that she and I discussed the nature of Sabina's symptoms, which we know because Jung wrote about them in great detail when she was being admitted to the Burghölzli. So we knew what her symptoms were, physically. And as well, we looked at photographs of women who were suffering from hysteria, because there's some great photographs taken by the French psychiatrist Charcot of his patients and there's actually film footage that we looked at of patients who were suffering from it. So we knew the kind of contortions and deforming, extreme postures and paralysis and stuff that these patients did. And they were all very extreme and made you all very uncomfortable. So we knew to deliver the reality of it, that's where we had to go. And then Keira said to me, “Should I just do this with my body and not my face so you can cut around it if it's too extreme?” And I said, “No, I think the face and the mouth is exactly where it should be, because you are being asked to speak unspeakable things. For this woman to suggest all of these sexual things about her father, and her masochist, and so on, these are things that you desperately want to confess, but part of you hates having to express them and is afraid to express them. So it would all come out in deformities around your mouth where you're trying to make the words not understandable and so on.” So that's a collaboration.