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Old February 17th, 2009, 1:19 pm
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Re: What would it take to get Deathly Hallows an Oscar?

I agree with most of the previous posters that the chances of DH winning any best actor/director/actress/screenplay/supporting actor/actress are nil. However, if John Williams does come back, the score may have a chance to be nominated. Special effects may have a chance too- technical awards would be a better bet.

Also, splitting DH into two, IMO, doesn't really help its Oscar chances, if any. However, I love the HP films, Oscar or not. Its fun, entertaining and we get to visually see the books we've adored so much


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