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Oscarwatch: Might this Finally be Julianne Moore’s Year?

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Oscar contenders come and go, and before long they’ve reached a point where it seems like nothing they can or will ever do will give them the win. For women it’s worse than it is for men.  Of course, for minorities it’s near impossible.  The endless celebration of the talents of Jennifer Lawrence say everything about how Hollywood views successful actresses now. Bring them up as quickly as possible, earn every…

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NSFW Red Band Trailer for Maps to the Stars

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Looks like Julianne Moore could be in line for a Best Actress nod here – that is, if voters can handle Mr. Cronenberg, which they usually can’t.

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OscarWatch: Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin in Still Alice

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The same directors who made the wonderful coming of age drama Quinceanera, Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland direct Julianne Moore as a professor struggling with Alzheimer’s. Set pics just popped up on JustJared showing Baldwin and Moore in a passionate embrace. IMDB has this listed for 2015 but it’s possible it could be a contender this year. The film is based on the book by Lisa Genova.

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Lesley Manville, One of the Best in Any Category

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My Oscar Poker partner, Jeff Wells, is worried that Lesley Manville won’t make the cut if they run her as Best Actress. He thinks she has a better chance of getting in in the Supporting Actress category. It probably isn’t going to matter what bloggers think about it – if the AMPAS wants her in lead, they will nominate her in lead. Although we keep talking up actresses, here is…

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A Look at Best Actress

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It is being said that this is the Year of the Actress. It very may be, and if it is, it’s a long time coming. As we head out of the bulk of the year and into a very heated next four months, there are some things we know for sure. We know that Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right) and Natalie Portman (Black Swan) are the two strongest…

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Julianne Moore Honored at Rome Fest

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The Rome International Film Festival, October 28th – November 5, will honor Julianne Moore with an acting award. Moore will be there to present The Kids Are All Right. Keira Knightley, Eve Mendes and Aaron Eckhart will also be there. Meanwhile, Jeff Wells and Scott Feinberg contemplated the overall bummer that Julianne Moore isn’t considered a stronger contender for The Kids are All Right. Full press release after the jump.

The Kids Are More than All Right

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Put Annette Bening and Julianne Moore at the top of this year’s Best Actress race, they are the heart and soul of The Kids Are All Right. They play a married couple that go through the same issues any other hetero married couple would go through. Bening with her devious but honest smile is a tour de force as Nic, a woman that only wants the best for her children,…

Best Actress: The Heat is On

Best Actress: The Heat is On

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So far, the field is already half-filled with Annette Bening, Julianne Moore and Jennifer Lawrence. But out of Cannes, came three great performances. I saw two of them, Michelle Williams and Lesley Manville. I missed Naomi Watts in Fair Game, but word has it she won’t BE IGNORED, Dan. And then Tilda Swinton received her usual acclaim for I Am Love, which puts her in the running. But there are…

Annette Bening Takes the Lead as “Kids” Soars

Annette Bening Takes the Lead as “Kids” Soars

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The Kids Are All Right did okay out of Sundance, but now that it’s hitting the mainstream, it is looking like a much more formidable contender for one of the Best Picture slots, and also for Annette Bening, who just gets better as she gets older. Ten 100s on Metacritic will help The Kids Are All Right end the year as one of the best reviewed, even if the New…

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The Kids Are All Right, featurette

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The Kids Are All Right opened the LA Film Festival last week, and IndieWire‘s Anne Thompson likes it even better the second time around: The movie played great‚ÄîCholodenko told me she had ‚Äútightened‚Äù the film since its Sundance debut in January. My seat-mate, Roadside Attractions‚Äô Howard Cohen, agreed that it was even funnier and sexier than we remembered‚Äîit plays like a relationship comedy. Even with its comedic bent, because the…