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  • Ben Aldridge - Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies

    0 0%
  • Daniel Brühl - All Quiet on the Western Front

    3 2.48%
  • Timothée Chalamet - Bones & All

    6 4.96%
  • Paul Dano - The Fabelmans

    81 66.94%
  • Ralph Fiennes - The Menu

    2 1.65%
  • Brendan Gleeson - The Banshee of Inisherin

    110 90.91%
  • Tom Hanks - Elvis

    4 3.31%
  • Woody Harrelson - Triangle of Sadness

    10 8.26%
  • Brian Tyree Henry - Causeway

    9 7.44%
  • Judd Hirsch - The Fabelmans

    87 71.90%
  • Anthony Hopkins - Armageddon Time

    5 4.13%
  • Tenoch Huerta - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

    0 0%
  • Barry Keoghan - The Banshees of Inisherin

    8 6.61%
  • Luke Macfarlane - Bros

    2 1.65%
  • Brad Pitt - Babylon

    72 59.50%
  • Ke Huy Quan - Everything Everywhere All at Once

    107 88.43%
  • Eddie Redmayne - The Good Nurse

    5 4.13%
  • Ashton Sanders - I Wanna Dance with Somebody

    1 0.83%
  • Miles Teller - Top Gun: Maverick

    0 0%
  • Stanley Tucci - I Wanna Dance with Somebody

    0 0%
  • Ben Whishaw - Women Talking

    71 58.68%
  • Other (Write in your predictions)

    2 1.65%
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Thread: Best Actor in a Supporting Role. October I 2022

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    Quote Originally Posted by android View Post
    No option for Mark Rylance (Bones & All)?
    He's not going to happen, so what's the point?

    We should be reducing the poll options by the time Oscars come, not increasing them.

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    Mark Rylance - Bones & All (Winner)
    Brendan Gleeson - The Banshee of Inisherin
    Tom Hanks - Elvis
    Woody Harrelson - Triangle of Sadness
    Judd Hirsch - The Fabelmans

    Paul Dano - The Fabelmans
    Ralph Fiennes - The Menu
    Anthony Hopkins - Armageddon Time
    Eddie Redmayne - The Good Nurse


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    These last two posts back to back. Hehehe!

    Blunt Force

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    Quote Originally Posted by DameOctaviaSpencer View Post
    Agreed. Also The Trial of Chicago 7.
    Oh yeah that one too!

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    To be fair. Rylance puts in one hell of a memorable performance in 'Bones & All' you can't forget him. Much as he did in 'Dont look up'. They could do a lot worse if they threw him a bone (sorry) for this. Although someone like Chalamet has the more 'traditionally' Meaty/Baity role and supporting performance.

    I just think with 'Dont look up' it was a top what, 7 BP nominee, so Rylance had more chance. 'Bones and all' will be lucky to get a random tech nomination or at most screenplay so Rylance would have to be a real passion pick to get in.

    More likely they will go with all 5 from supporting player roles in a top 5 films.

    Genre films like 'Bones and All' or 'The Menu' just will not get seen enough i fear.

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    Rylance was godawful un DLU. He was never happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jali View Post
    Rylance was godawful un DLU. He was never happening.
    He was MVP for many people. I thought it was an excellent satirical performance but I do understand it wasnt for all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluerose View Post
    He was MVP for many people. I thought it was an excellent satirical performance but I do understand it wasnt for all.
    Rip to those with such taste


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    Mark Rylance is a great actor who happened to give one of the worst performances of the last 10 years in Don't Look Up

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    Quote Originally Posted by lia View Post
    Hollywood loves Brad Pitt and have sided with him in this whole Brangelina debacle. They'll nominate him just to spite Angelina
    But do the Oscars? She won hers 20 years before he did AND she has a Jean Hersholt Honorary Oscar...

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    Kind of crazy how Spielberg turned Ke Huy Quan into a star and here he is nearly 40 years later making a comeback few if any could have foresaw and he might be competing against one or two other Spielberg-directed performances. Judd Hirsch's career has ebbed and flowed over the decades, but his arguable peak was the period right before Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom when Ordinary People came out and he was on Taxi (an Oscar nod and two Emmys). Gleeson has appeared in Spielberg film A.I.

    I hope one of those three wins. Seems like Gleeson might have the leg up at BAFTA.

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    Best Supporting Actor
    01. Brendan Gleeson, The Banshees of Inisherin
    02. Judd Hirsch, The Fabelmans
    03. Woody Harrelson, Triangle of Sadness
    04. Tom Hanks, Elvis
    05. Brad Pitt, Babylon

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    I think ppl are underestimating Tom Hanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mius Jo Avery View Post
    I think ppl are underestimating Tom Hanks
    100%. Especially if Elvis is getting into BP.

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    Hanks couldn't get in for many of his movies lately. From Captain Phillips to Bridge of Spies to Sully to The Post etc. Some of these were even BP nominees. He got lucky with A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, because he was a clear MVP with some nostalgia on his side, but it doesn't mean he's getting a filler mention for a performance with zero passion, especially as the movie completely belongs to Butler, no one talks about Hanks, other than criticizing his accent, in general.


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    Oscars-wise, Rylance is the new Jim Broadbent: He's just never coming back.

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