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    • 4.1 • 38 Ratings

Gold Derby is Hollywood's No. 1 source for awards expert predictions, news, analysis, gossip, and interviews with celebrity contenders throughout Oscar and Emmy season. Subscribe to the Gold Derby Show for the latest editor and expert slugfests and exclusive interviews.

    The Last Duel, The Tender Bar, and the Year of Ben Affleck

    The Last Duel, The Tender Bar, and the Year of Ben Affleck

    On this episode of The Gold Derby Show, experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen give their thoughts on The Last Duel (00:10) and co-star and co-writer Ben Affleck's awards chances this year with both that film and The Tender Bar (15:00). Then, Joyce and Chris dissect the new trailer for Aaron Sorkin's Being the Ricardos and try to figure out if Nicole Kidman could be a Best Actress nominee for playing Lucille Ball (31:38). Finally, it's time to look at the week's new releases, Dune and The French Dispatch (45:15) before rounding things out with a brief Succession recap (52:08). To make your predictions and read about all these films and races, head to https://www.goldderby.com.
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    • 56 min
    Is Caitriona Balfe Destined to Run Away with an Oscar?

    Is Caitriona Balfe Destined to Run Away with an Oscar?

    On this episode of The Gold Derby Show, experts and editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen prepare to see "The Tender Bar," but before they do it's time to talk about Caitriona Balfe and Jamie Dornan entering the supporting actor races for "Belfast" (1:02). Then it's the possible return of the embattled Golden Globes (21:53) and what the existence of the 2022 Golden Globes Awards might have on awards season. Finally, to close out, Chris gives his thoughts on "No Time to Die" and Ana de Armas (34:11).
    To make your predictions and for more on the 2022 Oscars race, head to https://www.goldderby.com.
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    • 40 min
    No Time to Die at the Oscars and An Update on the Already Packed Best Actress Race

    No Time to Die at the Oscars and An Update on the Already Packed Best Actress Race

    On this episode of the Gold Derby Show, experts and editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen take a look at the James Bond film "No Time To Die" and assess its Oscars potential (00:14). Then, it's onto "Mass," the drama in theaters October 8 that has Ann Dowd on the cusp of her first-ever Oscar nomination (13:58). After that, Joyce and Chris take another look at the Best Actress race (32:00) and wonder if Jodie Comer has a shot for "The Last Duel." Then, to close it out, a brief review of "Succession" Season 3, because Joyce and Chris are nothing if not predictable (47:17). For more on the awards race and to make your own predictions, head to https://www.goldderby.com.
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    • 51 min
    How Far Can Licorice Pizza and Paul Thomas Anderson go at the Oscars?

    How Far Can Licorice Pizza and Paul Thomas Anderson go at the Oscars?

    On this episode, Gold Derby experts and editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen talk about the new trailer for Licorice Pizza (00:37), the New York Film Festival response to The Tragedy of Macbeth and whether Denzel Washington should be the Best Actor frontrunner (13:38), and the first clip from Adam McKay's Don't Look Up (25:20). Plus, Joyce and Chris talk about Olivia Colman in The Lost Daughter (36:05) and ponder whether Bradley Cooper could land two nominations (37:50). Make your Oscar predictions at https://www.goldderby.com.
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    • 42 min
    Oscars 2022: 'Belfast,' 'The Power of the Dog,' and the (Very Early) State of the Race

    Oscars 2022: 'Belfast,' 'The Power of the Dog,' and the (Very Early) State of the Race

    With the Emmy Awards in the rearview mirror, Gold Derby experts and editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen have moved onto the Oscars race. On this episode, Joyce and Chris breakdown "Belfast" (00:55), "King Richard" (11:16), "The Power of the Dog" (18:32), and then look at the Best Picture (25:35), Best Director (33:18), Best Actress (36:00), and Best Actor (45:00) categories in these very early days. To make your predictions, head to https://www.goldderby.com.
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    • 54 min
    Emmys 2021 In Review: The Surprises, Snubs, and Scott Frank

    Emmys 2021 In Review: The Surprises, Snubs, and Scott Frank

    On this episode: Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen discuss and debate the 2021 Emmy Awards, including their thoughts on the ceremony itself and host Cedric the Entertainer (00:18), the winners and losers (including The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, and Ted Lasso, all of which won top series honors) (15:42), and what could happen next year with Succession and other huge shows on the docket (52:00). For more on the Emmy Awards, go to https://www.goldderby.com.
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    • 59 min

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