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2011 - Best Costume Design


Realistically speaking, there IS a good chance that all 5 future nominees are in this bunch.
  1. Sandy Powell (Hugo Cabret)
  2. Joanna Johnston (War Horse)
  3. Deborah Hopper (J. Edgar)
  4. Denise Cronenberg (A Dangerous Method)
  5. Consolata Boyle (The Iron Lady)
  6. Jill Taylor (My Week with Marilyn)
  7. Jacqueline West (The Tree of Life)
  8. ??? (Wuthering Heights)
  9. Michael O'Connor (Jane Eyre)
  10. Odile Dicks-Mireaux (One Day)
  11. Sharen Davis (The Help)
  12. Pierre-Yves Gayraud (Albert Nobbs)
  13. Mark Bridges (The Artist)
  14. Bojana Nikitovic (Coriolanus)
  15. Arianne Phillips (W.E.)
  16. Jacqueline Durran (Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy)
  17. Gabriele Binder (In the Land of Blood and Honey)
  18. Jacqueline West (Water for Elephants)
  19. Lisy Christl (Anonymous)

Harry Potter could kill in the technical categories this year and that would include costume, as well. Having said that, sci-fi-s are strong this year, mainly because two of them are also period pieces (X-Men : First Class, Captain America).
  1. Jany Temyme (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II)
  2. Penny Rose (Pirates of the Caribbean)
  3. Jeffrey Kurland and Anna B. Sheppard (Captain America)
  4. Sammy Sheldon (X-Men : First Class)

'Dragon Tattoo' could emerge as the one to beat but it could also be the kind of edgy thriller the Academy tends to ignore. Midnight in Paris might have a shot thanks to the time travelling storyline.
  1. Trish Summerville (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)
  2. Sonia Grande (Midnight in Paris)

OUT (for now)
In Time
The Rum Diary
Super 8
On the Road
The Skin I live in
The Conspirator
The Door
The Green Lantern

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