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FOXCATCHER & GONE GIRL teasers...

Foxcatcher: Carrell's fake schnoz and affected speaking voice could be VERY problematic over the course of a feature film, but this is a terrific teaser and Tatum in a singlet assuages many other concerns. This is a big yes too.❞ - Roark

 I love that the Gone Girl trailer purposely keeps Amy a mysterious figure throughout -- we just get glimpses. Casting someone like Rosamund was really genius because the character is supposed to feel unfamiliar.❞ -Bia

 


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85th Oscars. Oscar Race for the Films of 2012
Predictions for entertainment / discussion purposes only. 

AND THE NOMINEES ARE...
discuss on the blog

 

WHO WON: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
NATHANIEL'S VOTE: Daniel or Joaquin
READER'S CHOICE: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln

Daniel Day-Lewis, the frontrunner all season took 39% of your votes in reader polling. Joaquin Phoenix, his only critical competition, won 29%. Hugh Jackman had 11% while Bradley Cooper and Denzel Washington trailers with 11% and 2% respectively.  

statistics cited involve acting & feature films only

BRADLEY COOPER
37 years old | 23 films | 1st nomination!
SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
DANIEL DAY-LEWIS
55 years old
19 films | 5 noms | 2 wins
LINCOLN

HUGH JACKMAN
44 years old | 19 films | 1st nomination!
LES MISERABLES

JOAQUIN PHOENIX
38 years old | 23 films | 3 noms
THE MASTER
DENZEL
WASHINGTON

57 years old | 41 films | 6 noms | 2 wins
FLIGHT
He's getting the best reviews of his career for his mentally ill protagonist who is rescued by the love of an vibrant kindred spirit

WINNER

He's a world giant of the craft and his possession by the 16th President is immaculate and, more surprisingly, entertaining. But winning three is difficult...

Tom Hooper isn't just campaigning when he says he couldn't have made the movie without him. It's a rare perfect fit of iconic role to one of a kind movie star. Jackman lost 30 lbs and the star turn has immediacy, passion and soul. Despite an often bizarre and thorny relationship with celebrity, no one doubts his gift. But can those stellar reviews for this complex haunted animal of a man, equal a third nomination? After a decade of arguable "paycheck" jobs, Denzel is brilliant again in the meaty role of a cocky addict unmoored by a plane crash. It's a hit (which is a big deal for straight dramas these days).
 

 

Snubbed? This category narrowed down quickly to six men during the precursors with only John Hawkes (The Sessions) left on the cutting room floor.