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Buzz In: What Are Your Oscar Nomination Hopes?

The Golden Globes have come and gone and "Oscar buzz" surrounding certain actors (Kate Winslet, for example) and movies (Slumdog Millionaire, say) has reached a fever pitch. Bright and early tomorrow morning we'll learn who and what is nominated for Hollywood's prestigious Academy Awards. Where do your hopes lie for this year's nominations?

The Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress categories for the Golden Globes included comedic and dramatic actors but I have a feeling Tom Cruise won't be nominated for a Supporting Actor Oscar. What other actors and actresses would you like to see in these categories?

Last year Diablo Cody won Best Screenplay for Juno — what movie do you think deserves this award this year? I'm guessing The Duchess will nab a nomination for Best Costumes (or at least I hope it does!); are there other films that you think are also deserving? Sound off below and check back here tomorrow morning to see if your favorites have been recognized!

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JuniperEyre JuniperEyre 7 years
I've heard a rumor that says that Kate Winslet might not win an Oscar this year just because she forgot Angelina Jolie's name in her acceptance speech. I think it's ridiculous, but I hope it isn't true. I really hope she wins at least One Oscar. She totally deserves it.
californiagirlx7 californiagirlx7 7 years
The nominations are already out now but I was really excited for Heath to get nominated (and hopefully he'll win it, although I won't be sad if RDJ wins) and I really would like Benjamin Button to win Best Picture, although I haven't seen Slumdog Millionaire yet so maybe it's not fair to judge. Of course, I am excited that Angelina and Brad were both nominated too but I don't think it's the best year for either of them. Angelina SHOULD have won last year for "A Mighty Heart" because she was absolutely amazing in that, and I heard she overacted a bit in Changeling. Brad did well in BB but I don't know if it was enough to win an Oscar. I think Kate Winslet should win this year, even though I think she deserved to win an Oscar a few years ago for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I LOVED her in that movie.
alishamar alishamar 7 years
That Ann Hathaways performance in Rachel getting married was fabulous I cant wait too see it again
buzzlightgirl buzzlightgirl 7 years
anything but the overrated benjamin button
NouraBee NouraBee 7 years
brad pitt Benjamin butten
NouraBee NouraBee 7 years
brad pitt Benjamin butten
Lukin Lukin 7 years
I'm on the fence about best picture, but I'm leaning heavily towards "Milk." For best actor, I'd like to see either Sean Penn or Clint Eastwood in "Gran Torino" (which is a long shot, I know). For best actress, I'd die of happiness to see Kate Winslet finally win her long overdue Oscar for "Revolutionary Road." I'm honestly not too sure about supporting actress, but I wouldn't mind seeing Kate take that home. For best supporting actor, I am all about Robert Downey Jr. in "Tropic Thunder" and James Franco in "Milk," but we all know who will win that category. And for best director, it has to be David Fincher (for "Benjamin Button")!
sergeantkero sergeantkero 7 years
benjamin button for best motion picture!! pleaseeeeeeee!!!!
Edie-J-Blige Edie-J-Blige 7 years
I think it's finally Kate Winslet's year for a win! I bet she'll win for Revolutionary Road, though she might get both noms. I hope I see Benjamin Button nominated for everything.
kafarine-tin-tin kafarine-tin-tin 7 years
I want Anne Hathaway to be nominated for Rachel Getting Married, and I know it may be a long shot, but maybe even win. That'll be awesome, she was so good.
penguins268 penguins268 7 years
I second that emalove!!
penguins268 penguins268 7 years
I second that emalove!!
emalove emalove 7 years
I just want to see Kate Winslet win...she is one of the most talented actresses out there today.
kscincotta kscincotta 7 years
I would love to see both Rev Road and Milk get noms for costumes. I love the awesome period looks that don't scream "PERIOD MOVIE COSTUME!". Beyond that, I hope that the movies I've already seen are nominated to help me get closer to my goal of seeing all the nominated films. Phasekitty, are you in again this year?
kscincotta kscincotta 7 years
I would love to see both Rev Road and Milk get noms for costumes. I love the awesome period looks that don't scream "PERIOD MOVIE COSTUME!". Beyond that, I hope that the movies I've already seen are nominated to help me get closer to my goal of seeing all the nominated films. Phasekitty, are you in again this year?
fireyelectra fireyelectra 7 years
My top Costume Design picks are The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Revolutionary Road. Jacqueline West did Benny Butty, and I thought her signature style suited the film extremely well. West is excellent at making things look antiquated and worn-in, and that's exactly what got her her first nomination for Quills. I think Benny Butty will also snag a nom for Art Direction, which I thought was fairly sparse, but really deliberate in its choices. Meanwhile, Revolutionary Road's costumer designed, Albert Wolsky, should get a nomination for his stunningly clean lines on Kate Winslet's "I'm getting tickets on a steamer!" dress, as well as her ice blue cocktail sheath. He's already won twice for All that Jazz and Bugsy, and I think he definitely deserves a nod, at least, for Revolutionary Road. Although, I'd much rather see Jacqueline West get the win. She made sure every person in that cast had glorious vintage buttons in noticeable places.
fireyelectra fireyelectra 7 years
My top Costume Design picks are The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Revolutionary Road. Jacqueline West did Benny Butty, and I thought her signature style suited the film extremely well. West is excellent at making things look antiquated and worn-in, and that's exactly what got her her first nomination for Quills. I think Benny Butty will also snag a nom for Art Direction, which I thought was fairly sparse, but really deliberate in its choices. Meanwhile, Revolutionary Road's costumer designed, Albert Wolsky, should get a nomination for his stunningly clean lines on Kate Winslet's "I'm getting tickets on a steamer!" dress, as well as her ice blue cocktail sheath. He's already won twice for All that Jazz and Bugsy, and I think he definitely deserves a nod, at least, for Revolutionary Road. Although, I'd much rather see Jacqueline West get the win. She made sure every person in that cast had glorious vintage buttons in noticeable places.
fakeplanettelex fakeplanettelex 7 years
im still livid about diablo cody winning for juno.... i think i'm the only one who hated juno but i DESPISE that movie. such a contrived piece of you-know-what
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
Hopes are for Keira Knightley in the Duchess but I don't think it's going to happen. To me the movie was so-so but she was amazing as always. And of course Heath Ledger for the Dark Knight
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
Hopes are for Keira Knightley in the Duchess but I don't think it's going to happen. To me the movie was so-so but she was amazing as always.And of course Heath Ledger for the Dark Knight
laneylaney laneylaney 7 years
Michelle Williams for Wendy and Lucy!
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