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• Posted by Michael Arlidge
• Date: Sunday, July 16, 2006, at 4:55 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: A prediction. (Admiral Hull)

> I think Lady in the Water will probably get a nomination. From what
> I've heard from popular opinion (meaning outside this website), I think
> the The Da Vinci Code will get a nomination. Superman
> Returns
has a chance, but I don't think it'll win. Wouldn't it be
> funny if Dead Man's Chest got a nomination?

I hope you are right about Lady in the Water. Not only is JNH long overdue for an Oscar, but the score on its own merits is very good, at least from what I hear in the sound clips. As his nomination for The Village confirmed, the voters seem to be able to look beyond the quality of the film when considering their nominations.

Superman Returns and POTC2 won't be nominated, because both rely on thematic elements from previous scores. The Academy has a rule about the use of pre-existing music (namely, in this instance, the adaptation of themes from previous scores) in the Original Score nominees, so there is no chance of either being nominated. Besides, do you really think POTC2 deserves a nomination?

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