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By Terence Johnson

Managing Editor

One of the things good Oscar prognosticator will do is work out all of the possible scenarios that could happen before arriving at a sound judgement. However, there seems to be one aspect that many people haven’t discussed is the possibility that the queen of Oscar nominations, Meryl Streep, could pull an upset and win her fourth Oscar for her performance in August: Osage County.

Before the season even started, many Oscar watchers had Meryl at or near the top of thier predictions. Her role was an award winner on stage, taking everything from the Tony to the Olivier award, the play won the Pulitzer Prize and the movie was filled with a ton of well regarded actors. Therefore it seemed inevitable that Oscars were sure to follow and even with the less than ecstatic critical response, she managed to make it through to her 18th nomination. »

- Terence Johnson

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