OSCAR 2018 FAVORITES FOR BEST ACTRESS NOMINATIONS ARE IMPELREPORT
Some already have a statuette, others accumulate several nominations and some slip for the first time between bets. Let’s see who are the favorites to be among the nominees for Best Actress.
SALLY HAWKINS, ‘THE SHAPE OF WATER’
Guillermo del Toro has given him a science fiction story. With a high school nomination under her belt, Hawkins could be one of the five actresses nominated for Best Actress for her work.
FRANCES MCDORMAND, ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’
It’s been 21 years since the actress took her Oscar for ‘Fargo’. And since his last work was presented in Venice under the orders of Martin McDonagh, everything points that next March he could go up to pick up his second statuette. His name is in all bets.
EMMA STONE, ‘THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES’
After being the winner of last year, a second nomination followed would confirm Stone as one of the greats of cinema.
MERYL STREEP, ‘THE POST’
Saying his name is an almost certain bet. And although no one doubts his talent, his name has already become a wild card of the Academy.
SAOIRSE RONAN, ‘LADY BIRD’
He is 23 years old and already has two nominations. Far from being an academic title, the work of Greta Gerwig could give her the third nomination.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE, ‘MOTHER!’
Aronofsky’s work has not gone unnoticed by critics, for better or for worse. But that does not take away options for his actress: Portman took the Oscar for the protagonist of another film by the filmmaker, ‘Black Swan’. Lawrence could follow the same line.
JUDI DENCH, ‘QUEEN VICTORIA AND ABDUL’
If she won an Oscar for her brief appearance as Elizabeth I of England, how much less than giving Judi Dench a nomination for being another sovereign, but protagonist this time? It would already be his eighth nomination.
ANNETTE BENING, ‘FILM STARS DO NOT DIE IN LIVERPOOL’
It has been nominated four times. This romantic story could take her back to being among the five nominees.
MARGOT ROBBIE, ‘I, TONYA’
The skater’s biopic could give her the jump that the Australian needs to confirm her career.
JESSICA CHASTAIN, ‘MOLLY’S GAME’
Chastain often picks powerful characters, very striking for voters. That together with her know-how before the camera, she adds points to see her as a nominee.
KATE WINSLET, ‘WONDER WHEEL’
A career praised by the Academy and a role with Allen. It is not easy, but Kate would have options to be among the finalists that night.
MICHELLE WILLIAMS, ‘ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD’
It is one of the eternal nominees. This drama based on real events could serve Williams to get his fifth Oscar nomination.
CAREY MULLIGAN, ‘MUDBOUND’
The deep America after the Second World War is a more than perfect environment for any actor or actress to show off at their ease. If it is someone recognized as Carey Mulligan, it can also arouse the attention of academics.