Best Supporting Actor
Ciarán Hinds (“Belfast”)
Troy Kotsur (“CODA”)
Jesse Plemons (“The Power of the Dog”)
J.K. Simmons (“Being the Ricardos”)
Kodi Smit-McPhee (“The Power of the Dog”)
Best Supporting Actress
Jessie Buckley (“The Lost Daughter”)
Ariana DeBose (“West Side Story”)
Hollywood might have to move to Atlanta at the rate they're gonna be scrambling for gay black people to fill up these quota's.
Let's not even get started on all the white women who will suddenly become proud bisexuals to keep that paycheck. :mjlol:
Added standards for Best Picture eligibility...
“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
“Ford v Ferrari”
Best actress in a leading role
Renée Zellweger, “Judy”
Charlize Theron, “Bombshell”
Scarlett Johansson, “Marriage Story”
The Spielberg vs. Netflix Battle Could Mean Collateral Damage for Indies at the Oscars
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Oscar Ratings Down Double Digits, Eye All-Time Low In Early Estimates
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Won for: Glory and Training Day
Should've won for: Malcolm X
Won for: A Beautiful Mind
Should've won for: Requiem for a Dream
- Whoopi Goldberg
Won for: Ghost
Should've won for: The Color Purple
- Leonardo DiCaprio
Won for: The Revenant
Should've won for...
Let us take a look at this list.
1939 Hattie McDaniel - Gone with the Wind - 1st black women to win the award for her role as a house slave who is overweight and obedient unto her master. Fantastic job Hattie. Here's an Oscar for your performance as a house slave.
1990 Whoopi Goldberg - Ghost...
although there have been some great moments, 2016 his been under the deluge of relentless fukkery. From the new artists to the old heads. While some were hilarious, others you couldn't defend or even laugh at, just :mjcry:
Here's a few top/worst moments:
Beanie getting knocked out in Philly...
I'll Name This Podcast Later by Rosenberg Radio on iTunes
Episode 55, the trio sits down to discuss the Oscars, Troy Ave vs Joey Badass, 50 Cent vs Ebro, radio vs the internet, and much more!
@H.J.Duck @Deltron @L&HH @King Napz @coupercoli @GhostMan @FreshAIG @Lil Bape the PostGod @Ribbs @Rev...
Presented by Danny Dorito.
I know we're still 5 days away but it had to be made. It'd be cool if we all did the oscar challenge to see who has the highest score/best predictions The Official Oscars Challenge
NOMINATIONS HERE: http://oscar.go.com/nominees/actress-in-a-supporting-role
When the Oscar nominations were announced last month, revealing that not one black actor was in the running, the resulting furor touched on the performances that critics said should have been considered: What about Idris Elba in “Beasts of No Nation”? Michael B. Jordan in “Creed”? Will Smith in...
I think Chris Rock has the chance to bring on another downpour of white tears at the Oscar's this month. He's already re writing his monologue to reflect the white washing of the Oscars, and he's been known to serve White folks that ether when it comes to race relations in the US. Don't let me...
And yaw think everything is coo with other races cuz they fake on hip hop forums. Quick to jump on a website and say "fukk blacks" and glorify our downfall. In the Video Bill Maher basically explains how the movie industry outsources (is controlled) by Asians, so-called other "colored people"...
:patrice: Who tf appointed her to speak for black people?
That's right, Stacy Dash uses the word "we" in an interview as she addresses "our" double standard of having BET or the NAACP image awards that are essentially "black only" awards then complaining about the Oscars...without addressing...
Al Sharpton Even Said This
"Hollywood is like the Rocky Mountains, the higher up you get the whiter it gets and this year's Academy Awards will be yet another Rocky Mountain Oscars," he said. "Yet again, deserving Black actors and directors were ignored by the Academy—which reinforces the fact...