Monday, March 07, 2005
Oscars Footnote: Actress "Winning Trends"
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences website reports the following Oscar "winning trends" for actresses:
It helps an actress's chances of winning (or being nominated for) an Oscar if the character dies during the movie, or is alcoholic (or drug-addicted), or is a murderess. Also, first-time Oscar nominations are more often given to actresses below or around the age of thirty.A large number of actresses have also won (or been nominated for) the top acting (and supporting) awards for portraying hookers (girls of the night, party girls, whores, call girls, madams, etc.) or loose women (mistresses, promiscuous ladies, etc.).
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