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14 hours ago, McNulty said:

Variety’s ‘Actors on Actors’ lineup revealed:

 

Christina Ricci (“Yellowjackets”) with Sydney Sweeney (“Euphoria”)

 

It Girl Sydney Sweeney already campaigning for that Emmy nomination. she won't win but we love to see it :clap3:

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Watch out for this one.

Eddie Redmayne stars alongside Jessica Chastain in the upcoming Netflix-distributed film “The Good Nurse.” A sure bet premiere for this coming September’s Toronto International Film Festival.

And don’t let the title mislead you, this is the story of real-life criminal Charlie Cullen (Eddie Redmayne), the “good” nurse of the title. Cullen, was actually known as the “Angel of Death,” and regarded as one of the most prolific serial killers in history. He was allegedly responsible for the deaths of almost 300 of his patients over a 15-year time span. Jessica Chastain plays Cullen’s co-worker at the hospital, and fellow nurse who started to suspect Cullen’s nefarious ways.

Here’s a reaction from a New Jersey test-screening:

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Hey Jordan, I was at The Good Nurse test screening in New Jersey and I think this could be a huge award contender in the fall. I noticed the audience was really captivated and into this. It's tense, scary, yes, but director Tobias Lindholm's storytelling is also restrained, elegant, and completely controlled. It never felt dull for a second. The cinematography by Jody Lee Lipes is superb and the the performances are spot-on. Eddie Redmayne gives his best performance since Theory of Everything and Chastain has never been better. I really think people are sleeping on this movie's potential

Director Lindholm is making his English-language debut with the film. Lindholm is the filmmaker behind the Oscar-nominated 2015 film “A War.” He also helmed 2012’s underrated “A Hijacking.”

The script was written by Krysty Wilson-Cairns, who was nominated for an Oscar for her screenplay on “1917.”

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https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/2022/6/p46efpnpthx35zhy929hywa1lo7xye

 

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2/3 of the director's movies are more acclaimed than any eddie movie so far.

 

english language debuts can be tricky so we'll see.

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14 hours ago, Stepfon said:

Watch out for this one.

Eddie Redmayne stars alongside Jessica Chastain in the upcoming Netflix-distributed film “The Good Nurse.” A sure bet premiere for this coming September’s Toronto International Film Festival.

And don’t let the title mislead you, this is the story of real-life criminal Charlie Cullen (Eddie Redmayne), the “good” nurse of the title. Cullen, was actually known as the “Angel of Death,” and regarded as one of the most prolific serial killers in history. He was allegedly responsible for the deaths of almost 300 of his patients over a 15-year time span. Jessica Chastain plays Cullen’s co-worker at the hospital, and fellow nurse who started to suspect Cullen’s nefarious ways.

Here’s a reaction from a New Jersey test-screening:

 

Director Lindholm is making his English-language debut with the film. Lindholm is the filmmaker behind the Oscar-nominated 2015 film “A War.” He also helmed 2012’s underrated “A Hijacking.”

The script was written by Krysty Wilson-Cairns, who was nominated for an Oscar for her screenplay on “1917.”

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https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/2022/6/p46efpnpthx35zhy929hywa1lo7xye

 

Oh yes I been excited for this movie for a while glad it’s getting attention

 

also the real life case is terrifying 

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Glad Redmayne is still getting these Oscar baity gigs after his involvement with Fantastic Beasts.

 

I’m seeing Cha Cha Real Smooth next week at TIFF Lightbox starring Dakota Johnson which won the Sundance Audience Award (same one CODA won last year).

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Bryan Cranston's Jerry and Marge Go Large will debut next week :duca: 

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Eddie should of won for the danish girl. Dont @ me

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Emmys Ballots were out yesterday and by the looks of it these will be the number of nominations in each acting category

 

Comedy
Lead Actor: 6
Lead Actress: 6
Supporting Actor: 8
Supporting Actress: 8

Drama
Lead Actor: 6
Lead Actress: 6
Supporting Actor: 8
Supporting Actress: 8

Limited Series
Lead Actor: 6
Lead Actress: 6
Supporting Actor: 7
Supporting Actress: 7

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Succession and Severance are being smart with their submissions, This is Us somehow **** the bed by not submitting "The Train" for writing and submitting Milo Ventimiglia as a lead. smh

Killing Eve producers boldly submitted the series finale for best writing :gaycat6::fan:

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I have a question related to the Emmys.

If they are creating this new ceremony for children and family programming

What are the Daytime Emmy's going to award? Day talk shows and soap operas only?

:devil:

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13 minutes ago, LastKiss said:

What are the Daytime Emmy's going to award? Day talk shows and soap operas only?

:devil:

yes and Game shows too

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On 6/17/2022 at 3:08 PM, McNulty said:

Succession and Severance are being smart with their submissions, This is Us somehow **** the bed by not submitting "The Train" for writing and submitting Milo Ventimiglia as a lead. smh

I remember there were some talks about submitting Milo in supporting a few years ago but apparently he was the one who refused and wanted to stay in lead. Also yeah, This Is Us submissions overall are a mess and a half, Fogelman burying his chances like that, damn  :gaycat6:

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Idk why they dont just cap the amount of ppl that can be nominated for every category to 8

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20 hours ago, Denyy said:

I remember there were some talks about submitting Milo in supporting a few years ago but apparently he was the one who refused and wanted to stay in lead. Also yeah, This Is Us submissions overall are a mess and a half, Fogelman burying his chances like that, damn  :gaycat6:

Why is he self sabotaging himself? :deadbanana: His role became smaller after the second season and the voters clearly like SKB's acting over him. I kinda wished his screen time this season to decrease more so they could have sneaked him in the Guest category :gaycat6:

 

Fogelman not picking his safest bet with "The Train" is beyond dumb, he needs a miracle atm

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14 hours ago, X~MoviePoP said:

Idk why they dont just cap the amount of ppl that can be nominated for every category to 8

It depends on the number of submissions

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On 6/11/2022 at 5:30 AM, Donquizote said:

Bryan Cranston's Jerry and Marge Go Large will debut next week :duca: 

Reviews are okay, but not enough to be an award contender

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Ready for Austin Butler to get his Oscar on his first attempt :deadbanana4:

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Ohh Julia Butters she's taking it

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Michelle will finally win her Oscar :duca:

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1 hour ago, Donquizote said:

Michelle will finally win her Oscar :duca:

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4 minutes ago, fridayteenage said:

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Williams :cm:

Love Yeoh, but dont think that performance will make her win an Oscar. 

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Poor Things is delayed until next year while Next Goal Wins is this season. Searchlight has a lot for their slate this year, it'll be interesting to see what they prioritise.

 

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Poor Things finished filming very early this year so why are they delaying it for 2023?? it makes no sense

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2 hours ago, McNulty said:

Poor Things finished filming very early this year so why are they delaying it for 2023?? it makes no sense

maybe it sucks

 

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I predict next goal wins flops this award season

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