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2024 Oscars: Best Supporting Actress Predictions

Nominations voting is from January 11-16, 2024, with official Oscar nominations introduced January 23, 2024. Remaining voting is February 22-27, 2024. And at last, the 96th Oscars telecast shall be broadcast on Sunday, March 10 and air dwell on ABC at 8:00 p.m. ET/ 5:00 p.m. PT. We replace predictions by means of awards season, so preserve checking IndieWire for all our 2024 Oscar picks.

Now that a lot of the 2023 contenders have screened for critics, the Greatest Supporting Actress race has grow to be extraordinarily tight. First reactions to “The Coloration Purple,” a musical adaptation of the identical Alice Walker novel that Steven Spielberg made into a movie that obtained 11 Oscar nominations, has confirmed the long-held suspicion that Danielle Brooks is a probable nominee come March.

Greatest recognized for her scene-stealing efficiency in “Orange Is the New Black,” the 34-year-old actress really acquired a Tony nomination for taking part in the character Sofia, often known as the position that served as Oprah Winfrey’s cinematic debut, on Broadway within the 2015 revival of “The Coloration Purple” musical. Whereas Brooks nails Sofia’s iconic monologue, the incorporation of music provides an entire new dimension that builds upon her world-famous predecessor’s work.

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Having Winfrey, an govt producer of the movie, subsequent to her on the marketing campaign path ought to assist her probabilities as effectively, akin to how Rita Moreno was readily available to assist Ariana DeBose earlier than profitable this class for a similar position within the remake of “West Facet Story.” Taraji P. Henson, an Oscar nominee for “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” can also be not one to rely out as showstopper Shug Avery in “The Coloration Purple.”

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Nonetheless on the rise is Da’Vine Pleasure Randolph for her efficiency in “The Holdovers,” which has completed regular enterprise in its restricted launch. With the SAG strike lastly over, the actors have swarmed Los Angeles, lastly capable of publicly obtain love for his or her acclaimed performances. Randolph is one star voters are actually falling in love with, after being enamored by her heartrending flip within the Alexander Payne dramedy.

Respective “Oppenheimer” and “Barbie” stars Emily Blunt and America Ferrera are lastly allowed to take a victory lap as effectively for his or her contributions to the Barbenheimer phenomenon, however may even see challenges from actresses like “Nyad” star Jodie Foster or “Ferrari” star Penélope Cruz, who’re seen as the very best a part of their movies that acquired extra blended opinions. “Saltburn” star Rosamund Pike, and now “Napoleon” star Vanessa Kirby additionally match into an analogous mildew, however present extra enjoyable to their movies.

Contenders are listed in alphabetical order, under. No actor shall be deemed a frontrunner till I’ve seen the movie.

Emily Blunt (“Oppenheimer”)
Danielle Brooks (“The Coloration Purple”)
Penélope Cruz (“Ferrari”)
Jodie Foster (“Nyad”)
Da’Vine Pleasure Randolph (“The Holdovers”)

Juliette Binoche (“The Style of Issues”)
Viola Davis (“Air”)
America Ferrera (“Barbie”)
Claire Foy (“All of Us Strangers”)
Anne Hathaway (“Eileen”)
Taraji P. Henson (“The Coloration Purple”)
Sandra Hüller (“The Zone of Curiosity”)
Vanessa Kirby (“Napoleon”)
Julianne Moore (“Could December”)
Rosamund Pike (“Saltburn”)

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Lengthy Pictures:
Erika Alexander (“American Fiction”)
Halle Bailey (“The Coloration Purple”)
Patricia Clarkson (“Monica”)
Scarlett Johansson (“Asteroid Metropolis”)
Rachel McAdams (“Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret”)
Carey Mulligan (“Saltburn”)
Niecy Nash-Betts (“Origin”)
Cara Jade Myers (“Killers of the Flower Moon”)
Florence Pugh (“Oppenheimer”)
Issa Rae (“American Fiction”)

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