OSCARS: Handicapping Lead Actress Race


According to Deadline Meryl doesn’t want to campaign for “Hope Springs”:

Although not offering nearly the same level of intense competition as the lead actor race this year, the race for best lead actress is shaping up as one of the more intriguing matchups in recent years, with a wide divide in age, experience, and roles.

Although 17-time nominee Meryl Streep finally won her third Oscar last year for “The Iron Lady” (her first win in 29 years), it is not likely she will four-peat, despite widespread praise for her role as a wife looking to put sexual pizazz back into her longrunning marriage in “Hope Springs”. She isn’t even letting the studio campaign the performance, which should at least let somebody else out there have a shot, considering Streep is bound to be back in serious contention next year with the much-awaited “August: Osage County”. 

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