2013 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Supporting Actress

2013 Golden Globe Predictions: Best Supporting Actress

Indiewire will provide regular updates of our predictions for the Golden Globe Awards through January 13th, when the winners are announced.

Unless Nicole Kidman is on a bigger roll than anyone could have imagined with her “Paperboy” role, Anne Hathaway needs to start practicing her speech. Her, Day-Lewis, Chastain and Lawrence are basically the assured quartet of Globes winners.

Our take below: Check out all predictions in all the categories here.

The nominees:
Anne Hathaway, “Les Miserables”
Helen Hunt, “The Sessions”
Amy Adams, “The Master”
Sally Field, “Lincoln”
Nicole Kidman, “The Paperboy”

Will win: Anne Hathaway, “Les Miserables”
Could win: Nicole Kidman, “The Paperboy”
Should win: Sally Field, “Lincoln”
 

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Comments

Michael Johnson

Anne will get the Globe…..Helen the Oscar.

for nicole.

I thought nicole desevers a nomination!She is amazing in The Paperboy.They should give more attention to her performance!!!

for nicole.

I thought nicole desevers a nomination!She is amazing in The Paperboy.They should give more attention to her performance!!!

Holly

Er, where is Kristen Stewart?

dana

Rumor has it Kidman's been campaigning behind the scenes, making phone calls. I think that's why people are starting to think she may sneak in here. Terrible film, but she really is astonishing in it.

MCstew

NO KRISTEN STEWART on ON THE ROAD, HOW DARE YOU PLAYLIST!!!

she has very stealing scenes for 15 mnt for 2 hr movies where nobody cant take away for her naked scenes, whose very brave and changeling scene.
Ask Scott Feinberg from The Hollywood Reporter, he is has a very good list for the best Supporting Actress. KRisten Stewart always on his List.
Why you dont Listed KRisten Stewart like Scott Feinberg did????

Canary

Nobody who has actually seen"the Paperboy" can deny that Nicole Kidman is undeserving, we have never seen such a performance ever being captured on film in all its glory.

Josh

Never count Kidman out. With 8 noms and 3 wins, she could be a shoo-in. She has been nominated for both Billy Bathgate and Birth, which are obscure films, so maybe they'll consider her for The Paperboy. Maybe the HFPA also wants to give her double nods this year. She is a lock for Hemingway & Gellhorn in the TV Miniseries or Movie Actress category.

Jesse

Well, Kidman got a Globe nod for Birth which was also an obscure film that premiered at a European festival, so it's not completely far-fetched to think she could score a nod for Paperboy. Ann Dowd's film is obscure as well and Kelly Reilly doesn't have that much buzz.

Nina

Eh, it seems no matter how many times people predict nominees from films like Skyfall, the chance of it happening are .0001 percent (Ledger being the exception). I know it's Judy Dench and all, but I just don't see it. Also, Kidman? I could see Ann Dowd and Kelly Reilly being picked in the best supporting actress drama category before Dench and Kidman.

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