Oscars 2020: Best Dressed & Otherwise

Feb 10, 2020 16:20

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Another award season is over, but one question remains: whose Oscars dress reigned supreme? From what I gathered while reading the comments in the red carpet post, this year didn't leave the best impression on ONTD viewers, but there were a few dresses that stood above the rest, and a few more that prompted ( Read more... )

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poisoned_summer February 11 2020, 00:37:20 UTC
natalie's cape means less after someone on twitter pointed out how few female directors she actually works with and how few female directors her production company has worked with

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nutmegdealer February 11 2020, 01:03:30 UTC
oh snap...

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harrys_headband February 11 2020, 01:03:37 UTC
I saw this in a response to a tweet about NatPo's cape and I'm SCREAMING at this being real.

Same kind of spirit or level as this imo pic.twitter.com/jKW21JaNQj
- Anihtek (@anihtek) February 10, 2020

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bellwetherr February 11 2020, 02:06:50 UTC
honestly this - she talks a big game but absolutely does not walk the walk

she could learn a thing or two from nicole kidman

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ghostsaddle February 11 2020, 02:24:19 UTC
yesss that was a beautiful callout

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spiral_mystik February 11 2020, 03:50:29 UTC
and how few female directors her production company has worked with
And by "few", you mean "not a single one". Unless you count herself.

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poisoned_summer February 11 2020, 09:13:18 UTC
wow really??? BIG YIKES

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syvlie0o0 February 11 2020, 14:33:41 UTC
It's not like she hasn't tried. Remember the issues with Thor and Jane Got a Gun?

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dnttllhrry February 11 2020, 16:53:52 UTC
I like Natalie enough, but she's peak white feminism.

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