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Tuesday, January 23, 2007

These Oscar mornings

Posted By on Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 5:39 AM

Oscar nominations will be announced in about 2 hours.  Here's my list of alternative nominees.

Best Picture: "Inside Man," "A Prairie Home Companion," "The Good Shepherd," "Half Nelson," "Casino Royale"

Best Director: Spike Lee ("Inside Man"), Robert Altman ("A Prairie Home Companion"), Michael Mann ("Miami Vice"), Martin Campbell ("Casino Royale"), Robert DeNiro ("The Good Shepherd")

Best Actor: Matt Damon ("The Good Shepherd"), Edward Norton ("The Illusionist"), Daniel Craig ("Casino Royale"), Guy Pearce ("The Proposition"), Will Farrell ("Talladega Nights")

Best Actress: Maggie Gyllenhaal ("Sherrybaby"), Ashley Judd ("Come Early Morning"), Naomi Watts ("The Painted Veil"), Ivana Baquero ("Pan's Labyrinth"), Charlotte Rampling ("Heading South")

Best Supporting Actor: John C. Reilly ("Talladega Nights"), James McAvoy ("The Last King of Scotland"), Kazunari Ninomiya ("Letters from Iwo Jima"), Ray Winstone ("The Proposition"), Harry Belafonte ("Bobby")

Best Supporting Actress: Frances McDormand ("Friends with Money"), Evan Rachel Wood ("Down in the Valley"), Gong Li ("Miami Vice"), Shareeka Epps ("Half Nelson"), Kerry Washington ("The Last King of Scotland")

Best Original Screenplay: "Talladega Nights," "Heading South," "Brick," "The Proposition," "Inside Man"

Best Adapted Screenplay: "Miami Vice," "Casino Royale," "Catch a Fire," "The Last King of Scotland," "A Prairie Home Companion."



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