Rankings
Welcome to our Celebrity Rankings. These are the actors and musicians who we anticipate will do well during Awards Season. Rankings are based on probabalities for each celeb to win StarDraft-eligible nominations and awards. Use these rankings and your own judgment as a draft guide. See a celebrity you want? Check your league's available celebrity page. Don't see a celebrity you think should be on this list? Let us know on Twitter @stardraft_
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Olivia Colman
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All Hail The Queen. There’s no denying it, Olivia Colman is a StarDraft favourite. She’s made it ‘reign’ points for two straight years with accolades for ‘The Favourite,’ ‘The Crown,’ and ‘Fleabag.’ This year will be no different. She stars in the juiciest season yet of ‘The Crown,’ and a buzzy film drama, ‘The Father,’ with Anthony Hopkins. Colman’s a rare double category threat - in TV and FILM. Draft her or risk someone else being crowned your league champion.
The Father

The Crown
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Frances McDormand
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Frances McDormand had no time in 2018 to actually star in a movie - she was too busy promoting her Oscar-winning performance in 'Three Billboards.' But still, there's some potential for StarDraft points because she lent her voice to the Wes Anderson film, 'Isle of Dogs,' which could contend in some Golden Globe and Oscar categories.
Nomadland
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Chadwick Boseman
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Of all the terrible things 2020 has had to offer, losing Chadwick Boseman was definitely one of the worst. Thankfully ‘The Black Panther’ star will be part of our lives for a little longer. That's because he stars in two acclaimed Netflix films: Spike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods’ - in which he has a supporting role - and ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.' The streamer has announced it is running a posthumous Oscar campaign for LEAD ACTOR for Boseman's performance in 'Black Bottom.' There’s a strong chance that Boseman will receive nominations in both categories this Awards Season. Wakanda Forever.
Da 5 Bloods

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
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Catherine O'Hara
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Catherine O’Hara won an Emmy (as all our Canadian sketch comedy friends know - it was not her first!) for her portrayal of Moira Rose on ‘Schitt’s Creek.’ It was a role that she embodied “with the vigor of a wartime radio operator.” Chances are she’ll repeat at the Golden Globes and the SAGs, which means she’s gonna bring home a whole bunch of points this StarDraft season.
Schitt's Creek
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Shira Haas
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During those first few weeks of quarantine - right after you binged ‘Tiger King’ - you may have checked out Netflix’s critically acclaimed ‘Unorthodox.’ Shira Haas is a revelation in it, playing a 19-year-old Jewish woman living unhappily in an arranged marriage in ultra-Orthodox Williamsburg. It’s a mini-series, which is not a loaded category this years, so expect some serious awards love for Shira from the Globes.
Unorthodox
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Gary Oldman
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Hope everyone has done their homework and watched ‘Citizen Kane.’ In ‘Mank,’ Gary Oldman stars as screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he scrambles to finish writing the film classic. In an awards season with some other contenders bowing out due to COVID, this David Fincher-directed Netflix film is the closest thing to a surefire Oscar-bait. It’s black and white, it’s a film about the film business, and did we mention it stars Gary Oldman? This winter, expect many awards and references to Rosebud.
Mank

The Woman In The Window
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Gillian Anderson
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Did people know that Gillian Anderson grew up in London? The celebrity formerly known as Scully is doing her best work in years as Margaret Thatcher in ‘The Crown.’ She and Olivia Colman will be at every virtual red carpet this Awards Season.
The Crown
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Eugene Levy
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Eugene Levy - like the rest of the cast of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ - won an Emmy in 2020. He’s the frontrunner for Best Actor in a Comedy Series at the SAGs and Golden Globes. That means lots of points!
Schitt's Creek
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Viola Davis
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Viola Davis is beloved by film fans, award voters, Meryl Streep, basically everyone. We even let her get away with murder on national television for like six years. She also happens to be talented. Davis was the first black actor to win the Triple Crown of Acting: an Emmy, a Tony, and finally an Oscar in 2017 for ‘Fences.’ Davis in the mix again this year in the LEAD ACTRESS category for ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.’ She’s also eligible for TV noms for the final season of ‘How To Get Away With Murder.’
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

How To Get Away with Murder
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Leslie Odom Jr.
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This dude loves playing historical characters. Leslie Odom Jr takes a star turn as Sam Cookie in the buzzy, Regina King-directed ‘One Night In Miami.’ Expect Best Supporting accolades at the Globes, SAGs, and maybe even the Oscars. But as his career continues to grow, Leslie Odom Jr. always be Aaron Burr to us.
One Night in Miami
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Matthew Rhys
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Matthew Rhys starred in your dad’s favorite reboot of your grandfather’s favorite mystery series, ‘Perry Mason.’ We know that only your dad watched ‘Perry Mason,’ but remember that the average Golden Globe voter’s age is like north of 83.5. Rhys didn’t receive awards love for his work on ‘The Americans’ until recently. It’s possible that he can continue to be in the voters’ good graces this year for his work as ‘Perry Mason.’
Perry Mason
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The Weeknd
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Isn’t that the guy who was in ‘Uncut Gems’? Yes, you are correct. But The Weeknd also came out with an album in 2020 - ‘After Hours’ - which might win lots of Grammys. Every StarDraft team must have 2 celebrities from the MUSIC category. Why not make it the odds on favorite to take home trophies on Grammy night?
After Hours
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Daniel Levy
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Just like David Rose, Daniel Levy had a pretty big 2020. Unlike his now iconic character, he did not find eternal love and get married. But he did do the next best thing...HE WON AN EMMY. And because of that, Daniel Levy is the frontrunner for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Golden Globe and SAG noms and wins translate into major StarDraft points.
Schitt's Creek

Coastal Elites

The Happiest Season
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Laura Linney
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Laura Linney has yet to win a big award for her work on ‘Ozark’ which - just like the character she portrays on the show - is absolutely CRIMINAL. Let’s see if she can reverse her fortune and get some awards love this year.
Falling

Ozark
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Fiona Apple
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Fiona Apple’s 2020 album ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters’ was released at the height of COVID in April and instantly received critical acclaim. Every StarDraft team has to have at least 2 MUSIC celebrities on their roster, Apple may be a safe bet.
Fetch The Bolt Cutters
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Nicholas Hoult
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Nicholas Hoult is getting Best Supporting Actor buzz for his very ‘Favourite’ work on Hulu’s fun period series, ‘The Great.’ He’s also generating buzz for a yet-to-be released Angelina Jolie drama, ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead.’ COVID has affected the Jolie flick. If it gets released in January, expect Hoult to make the rounds at some virtual red carpets this year.
Those Who Wish Me Dead

The Great
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Ramy Youssef
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The star of the Hulu series ‘Ramy’ broke onto the scene last year with a surprising win at The Golden Globes. For Season 2, Ramy Youssef upped his game by getting StarDraft legend Mahershala Ali to join the cast. Will there be more awards love for Ramy in 2021?
Ramy
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Anthony Hopkins
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Call him Tony, because you might as well get familiar with him. Anthony Hopkins is going to be everywhere this Awards Season. With so many prestige flicks pulled due to COVID, Hopkins’ riveting turn in ‘The Father’ is that much more of a sure thing. The only thing standing in his way is Chadwick Boseman.
The Father
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Mark Ruffalo
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Even before he turned green as Hulk, we ‘ruffa-loved’ everything he was in. As usual, this year Mark Ruffalo didn’t disappoint. He played two roles (yes, kind of Bruce Banner/Hulk-ish) as identical twins in the acclaimed HBO mini-series ‘I Know This Much Is True.’ (no, not very Bruce Banner/Hulk-ish) At the very least, expect noms.
I Know This Much Is True
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Dua Lipa
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Dua Lipa emerged as a Grammys favorite last year with a nom for Best New Artist and a win for Best Dance Recording. This year, she had an even bigger release, ‘Future Nostalgia.’ Expect some consideration for Album of the Year.
Future Nostalgia
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Elle Fanning
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The Golden Globes love to fete young actors as stars with bold TV awards choices. Could Elle Fanning’s work on Hulu’s ‘The Great’ be next?
The Great
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Jonathan Majors
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Jonathan Majors was one of the few actors that managed to breakout in 2020. He had a powerful supporting role in Spike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods,’ and a starring turn in HBO’s buzzy ‘Lovecraft Country.’ Will he be awarded for his work?
Da 5 Bloods

Lovecraft Country
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Uzo Aduba
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Best known for her work on ‘Orange Is The New Black,’ Uzo Aduba had the opportunity to branch out in 2020 and treated us to a lovely performance as Shirley Chisholm in FX’s ‘Mrs. America.’ She already won an Emmy - and our hearts - for the supporting role in September. Chances are she’ll at least score similar nominations for when these things really count...during StarDraft season.
Mrs. America
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Post Malone
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America’s ‘Sunflower’ Post Malone was seemingly featured everywhere in 2020...on Justin Bieber’s new single, on Big Sean’s new single, on Tyla Yaweh’s ode to our greatest living actor ‘Tommy Lee.’ The Grammys love Post Malone, so expect some awards love.
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Jurnee Smollett
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Everyone’s favorite Twitter follow could be everyone’s favorite StarDraft celeb very soon. Jurnee Smollett starred in ‘Birds of Prey,’ which for a hot minute looked like it could be our last 2020 movie. (What up Harley Quinn fans). But then Smollett’s year got better with the release of the popular HBO series, ‘Lovecraft Country.’ Expect the raves to turn into some noms.
Lovecraft Country

Birds of Prey
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Taylor Swift
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Were you one of those people who liked ‘Folklore’? That’s nice. Do we think the Grammys will like ‘Folklore’? Probably.
Folklore
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Sacha Baron Cohen
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Unlike everyone else, Sacha Baron Cohen had a pretty good 2020. He took a dramatic turn in Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Trial of the Chicago Seven’ - in which he’s up for Best Supporting Actor - and then he grabbed the zeitgeist with the same gusto that Rudy Giuliani ‘tucks his shirt’ with ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.’ At the very least expect Sacha to pop up in the comedic categories at the Golden Globes. Very nice!
The Trial of the Chicago 7

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
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Jason Bateman
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We get it, Jason Bateman, you’re not the aloof dad from ‘Arrested Development’ anymore. Apparently you didn’t think we got the message, because you starred in a SECOND dark, prestige-y, streaming drama. Bateman was in his now-regularly acclaimed work on Netflix’s ‘Ozark,’ and he also starred in HBO’s ‘The Outsider.’ It gives him twice as many chances to earn nominations this year. So greedy.
Ozark

The Outsider
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Daniel Kaluuya
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Since 2017, Daniel Kaluuya has been in the conversation every Awards Season. This one is no different. He stars as real-life activist and Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton in “Judas and the Black Messiah.” Unlike Hampton, we expect a good outcome for Kaluuya this winter.
Judas and the Black Messiah
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Cate Blanchett
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She may be an Australian Goddess but this year Cate Blanchett was “Mrs. America.” Blanchett starred in the FX mini-series. She lost out on the Emmy for Best Actress in a Limited Series to Regina King in ‘Watchmen,’ but the Golden Globes are decided by the Hollywood Foreign Press. Did we mention Cate Blanchette was an Australian Goddess?
Mrs. America

Stateless
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Helena Bonham Carter
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Last time we checked, Helena Bonham Carter still plays Princess Margaret on ‘The Crown,’ which means she deserves all the gold...particularly the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Bonham Carter also starred in the fun Netflix film, Enola Holmes.
The Crown

Enola Holmes
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Amanda Seyfried
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Mamma Mia! Amanda Seyfried is in a drama this year! It’s the acclaimed David Fincher drama ‘Mank.’ The film that chronicles the writing of ‘Citizen Kane’ is getting a TON of Oscar buzz, so expect Seyfried’s impressive role to garner some accolades.
Mank
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Harry Styles
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Most famous for his work in ‘Dunkirk,’ Harry Styles tried to branch out of his acting comfort zone and into music with ‘Fine Line.’ Will Grammy voters reward him for taking such an artistic risk?
Fine Line
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David Strathairn
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You can’t spell David Strathairn without ‘hair.’ And if that wasn’t enough to make you take David Strathairn’s acting career seriously, watch his turn opposite Frances McDormand in ‘Nomadland.’
Nomadland
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Nicole Kidman
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Some years, StarDraft feels less like Awards Season and more like Nicole Kidman Season. This year, she’ll once again be in the hunt with the HBO series, ‘The Undoing,’ and the Ryan Murphy-helmed musical comedy, ‘The Prom.’ And yes, she plays Angie Dickenson in it! The Musical or Comedy category at the Golden Globes feels like it was made to award this film.
The Prom

The Undoing
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Sarah Paulson
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Mrs. Holland Taylor is always in so many movies and shows every year and 2020 was no different. But she’ll get the most awards buzz for Best Supporting Actress for her work on FX’s ‘Mrs. America.’
Ratched

Mrs. America

Coastal Elites

Run
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Amy Adams
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It is the most pressing question of our time. Will Amy Adams, Glenn Close, or Glenn Close’s wig actually be nominated for their roles in ‘Hillbilly Elegy’? Only time will tell.
Hillbilly Elegy

The Woman In The Window
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Annie Murphy
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Annie Murphy - like the rest of the cast of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ - won an Emmy back in September for the final season of the show. Because Supporting TV Comedy roles are combined with Drama and Limited Series at the Golden Globes, she’ll have the steepest hill to climb for a repeat. It’s shaping up to be Gillian Anderson’s Margaret Thatcher vs. Annie’s Alexis Rose. Who y’all got?
Schitt's Creek
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Josh O'Connor
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There are some traditions that COVID can't break. Every November, Netflix releases ‘The Crown.’ Every Awards Season, its cast collects statues of little gold men. Josh O’Connor plays Prince Charles in the drama’s soapiest season yet.
The Crown
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Hugh Grant
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We assume Hugh Grant is still glowing from co-starring with Paddington in Paddington 2. But he did make time to work again this year with another lovable superstar, Nicole Kidman. The two star in the HBO limited series, ‘The Undoing.’ The Hollywood Foreign Press loves Hugh Grant, so expect at least a nom for him at the Golden Globes.
The Undoing
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Charles Dance
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We may have last seen Charles Dance being shot by Tyrion with Joffrey’s crossbow while he was sitting on the toilet. SPOILER FROM 2014 ALERT! But 2020 is finally looking like Charles Dance’s year! He stars in arguably both the most acclaimed TV show and film of the year: ‘The Crown’ and ‘Mank.’ He’ll get some Supporting Actor buzz for ‘Mank’ (he plays William Randolph Hearst) and plenty of cast points for his work on ‘The Crown.’
Mank

The Crown
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Cynthia Erivo
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After turning heads - and breaking a few skulls - in the 2019 film, ‘Harriet,’ Cynthia Erivo spent 2020 on the small screen. She starred in HBO’s ‘The Outsider,’ and is set to star in National Geographic’s yet-to-be-released limited series about Aretha Franklin, ‘Genius: Aretha.’ If ‘Aretha’ is released in time for the Golden Globes (Production resumed in September from a COVID delay) expect endless awards. If it’s not, it’ll be wait-until-next-year for Cynthia Erivo.
The Outsider

Genius: Aretha
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Megan Thee Stallion
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Megan Thee Stallion had a big 2020, with two monster singles: ‘WAP’ and ‘Savage.’ The Grammys love coronating new, young artists. Will she be the next?
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Doja Cat
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Doja Cat won a pair of American Music Awards for her album ‘Hot Pink.’ There’s a good chance that some Grammy recognition will follow.
Hot Pink
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Kate Winslet
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Kate Winslet co-stars with Saoirse Ronan in the romantic film, ‘Ammonite.’ The film - and Kate’s interviews about the acting process with her co-star - has won Twitter. Will it win the hearts of Academy voters?
Ammonite
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Jessie Buckley
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Jessie Buckley had a breakout 2020 with two buzzy credits, the Charlie Kaufman Netflix film, ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things,’ and the FX anthology ‘Fargo.’ The more stuff you’re in, the more chances you’ll win.
I'm Thinking Of Ending Things

Fargo
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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
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Yah-yaaaaaaas please. Although ‘Watchmen’ is no longer eligible for any awards this season, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II made sure to stay in our lives with a role in Netflix’s ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7.’ He plays Bobby Seale...and with our hearts.
The Trial of the Chicago 7
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Ethan Hawke
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The man most famous for his iconic role in the acclaimed cinematic event, GATTACA, is finally back. (Al Pacino in Dog Day voice - GATTACA!) Ethan Hawke created, wrote, produced and starred in ‘The Good Lord Bird,’ a Showtime miniseries about abolitionist John Brown.
The Good Lord Bird

Tesla
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Jason Sudeikis
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Pedro Pascal
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You may not see his face on Disney+’s ‘The Mandalorian,’ but fans know Pedro Pascal when they see him. In addition to his work with Baby Yoda, Pascal also stars in ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’
The Mandalorian

Wonder Woman 1984
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Roddy Rich
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Mahershala Ali
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**** 'True Detective: Season 3,' 'Alita: Battle Angel' **** Mahershala Ali was a truly dominant force last season in StarDraft, sweeping the Supporting Actor category at all the awards shows for his role in 'Green Book.' This year, he's contending for his role in the bounceback third season of 'True Detective,' but it'll be more of an uphill battle in a deep Limited Series category.
Ramy
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Brendan Gleeson
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Jodie Comer
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**** 'Killing Eve' **** "You should never tell a psychopath that they're a psychopath. It upsets them." Jodie Comer has made us laugh as the psychopathic assassin in 'Killing Eve.' Last year, her co-star Sandra Oh took home a bunch of awards for this show - and earned 15 StarDraft points. But if Comer's win at this years Emmy's was any indication, Comer will be the bigger star to shine this Awards Season. And we hope so - nobody wants to upset her!
Killing Eve
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Jane Levy
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The Chicks
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Ellen Burstyn
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The Highwomen
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Christina Applegate
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**** 'Dead To Me' ****
Dead To Me
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Julia Garner
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Luke Combs
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Don Cheadle
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**** 'Black Monday,' 'Avengers: Endgame' ****
Black Monday
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Timothee Chalamet
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**** 'Little Women,' 'The King' ****
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Tobias Menzies
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**** 'The Crown,' 'Game of Thrones' **** Season 3 of Netflix's fabulous royal drama, 'The Crown,' is sure to be different than the first two seasons. We're jumping ahead a couple decades in the juicy action, Olivia Colman is playing Queen Elizabeth II, and none other than Tobias Menzies is donning the not-as-heavy-headware of Prince Phillip. Menzies is best known as hapless Edmure Tully in 'Game of Thrones.' TBD if his potrayal of Prince Phillip will be much different. Also he'll be eligible for GoT points. Any time that show is nominated, he gets a point. Any time it wins, he'll score 5.
The Crown
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Vanessa Kirby
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Pieces of a Woman
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Hugh Jackman
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Very few people have seen Hugh Jackman's upcoming film, 'The Front Runner.' Directed by Jason Reitman, the film depicts 1988 presidential contender Gary Hart's infamous doomed campaign. And you can bet it will come down hard on the hungry press that helped ruin Hart's career. Jackman's career - however - has never been better. 2017 brought us his best performance as 'Wolverine,' and the surprise smash, 'The Greatest Showman.' Could the Aussie rewarded by voters this time around?
Bad Education
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Saoirse Ronan
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**** 'Little Women' **** 'Brooklyn,' 'Ladybird,' and now 'Little Women,' it seems like every couple of years Saoirse Ronan turns up with a buzzy Oscar role. This year's period adaptation, 'Little Women,' re-unites her with 'Ladybird' director Greta Gerwig. Ronan stars as Jo March who - if you remember 5th grade English class - is the main character of 'Little Women.' Best Actress noms will get Ronan's teams 2 points, while wins will earn them between 4-6 StarDraft points (depending on the Awards Show).
Ammonite
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Paul Mescal
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Jim Parsons
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Billie Eilish
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****When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go? **** In classic Grammy fashion - always a year late to everything - Billie Eilish's breakout 2018 will be rewarded with an array of awards in February 2020. Unlike most StarDraft celebs, Eilish will only earn points for noms and wins at the Grammys. Any nom in the following categories will earn Eilish 3 points: Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist. Wins in those categories will earn her 6 points a pop. Lesser known categories like Best Pop Solo Album, Best Pop Vocal Album will get her 2 points for a nom, 3 points for a win.
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Lady Gaga
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**** Star Is Born: The Soundtrack **** Lady Gaga's massive 2019 StarDraft season apparently just keeps on giving. Gaga is eligible during this upcoming Grammy Awards for the 'Star Is Born Soundtrack.' It'll be up for major categories (3 points a nom, 6 for each win), and should be a lock for Best Soundtrack - which will only net you 1 point - but still! POINTS!
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Maren Morris
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**** 'Girl' **** Maren Morris scooped up 8 StarDraft points last year for her slew of Grammy noms. Although she struck out and didn't win anything on the big night, she may earn another opportunity this year for her work on the album, 'Girl.' If at first, you don't succeed...release another album. Any Grammy nom will get her 2-3 points, each win will score her either 3 or 6 depending on the category.
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Tom Pelphrey
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Summer Walker
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Daisy Edgar-Jones
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Bob Odenkirk
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Veteran comedian Bob Odenkirk has carved for himself a lovely niche in pop culture for his performance as Saul Goodman in 'Breaking Bad' and now 'Better Call Saul.' But this year, he's also lent his voice to 'The Incredibles 2,' which could earn him even more StarDraft points this winter.
Better Call Saul
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Delroy Lindo
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You’ve seen Delroy Lindo in movies for decades, but his work in ‘Da 5 Bloods’ proves it’s never too late for a breakout role. The Academy loves rewarding longtime actors with big, brash late-career roles, and Lindo’s performance in Spike Lee’s Vietnam War epic can be just that. Expect some Lead Actor noms - and StarDraft points - for Lindo this year.
Da 5 Bloods
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Issa Rae
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By now, you know Issa Rae for her HBO series, 'Insecure,' for which she consistently receives Emmy and Golden Globe noms, almost every year. Expect more of the same this year.
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**** 'The Irishman,' 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' **** Hooah! Pacino now finds himself in arguably the biggest two films of the year. While OUATIH is unlikely to earn him an individual award, his performance as Jimmy Hoffa in 'The Irishman' has him as a contender for Best Supporting Actor in this year's award shows. Any StarDraft veteran knows the impact a sure-thing Best Supporting Acting run can have on a season. Mahershala Ali swept everything last year for 'Green Book' - netting 46 points. Could Pacino do the same thing this year?
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Michaela Coel
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Ben Platt
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**** 'The Politician,' Sing to Me Instead **** Ben Platt is best known as the lead in Broadway's 'Dear Evan Hansen.' But this fall, he's looking to conquer another medium: streaming. Platt stars in the Ryan Murphy-helmed 'Politician' on Netflix. And yes, he plays a white man who thinks they're entitled to elected office. Platt also released an album this year, Sing to Me Instead. StarDraft is all about crossover celebs - and if Platt can scoop up Grammy noms AND Golden Globe noms watch out!
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Chris Rock
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