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The nominees will be: Cruise, Duncan, Law, Osment, Plummer.


BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Toni Collette gave a deeply compassionate performance in The Sixth Sense, but has a chance at a nomination anyway (though her buzz is fading faster than those pee pains). Chloë Sevigny's wail in Boys Don't Cry—"Leave him alone!"—stings in the memory, plus she always says hello at B Bar. Natalie Portman was poignantly morose enough to overcome Anywhere but Here's bad box office. Girl, Interrupted's Angelina Jolie was so charismatic, you cheered as she drove all the nutjobs to suicide. Sweet and Lowdown's mute—Samantha Morton—was the woman of Sean Penn's, and Oscar's, dreams. (Patty Duke, Jane Wyman, Marlee Matlin, and even John Mills all signed their way to the gold.) And, conversely, Julianne Moore—yeah, her again—told off four separate people in Magnolia (though she was even chattier, and better, in An Ideal Husband).

Supernatural thing: for your Best Supporting Actor consideration, Michael Clarke Duncan and Haley Joel Osment
photo: Photofest
Supernatural thing: for your Best Supporting Actor consideration, Michael Clarke Duncan and Haley Joel Osment

Fuggeddaboudit: Catherine Keener for Malkovich (Remember Lisa Kudrow last year? Neither does Oscar), Sissy Spacek for The Straight Story (brain damage was so '96), Bai Ling for Anna and the King (Ling and the King don't zing).

The nominees will be: Jolie, Moore, Morton, Portman, Sevigny.

Oh, and Phil Collins will win Best Song, depriving the "Uncle Fucka" tune from South Park of its big chance for a Celine Dion production number!

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