Luis504170
So the Teen Choice Awards 2015 is about to go live in just 40 minutes and Inside Out has received some nominations!! It's awesome to see some recognition for this fantastic movie start this early!!

Nominations Below:
CHOICE MOVIE: HISSYFIT
Lewis Black, Inside Out
Bryce Dallas Howard, Jurassic World
Anna Kendrick, Pitch Perfect 2
Melissa McCarthy, Spy
Reese Witherspoon,Hot Pursuit

CHOICE SUMMER MOVIE
Inside Out
Jurassic World
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Paper Towns
Spy
Terminator Genisys

CHOICE SUMMER MOVIE STAR: FEMALE
Emilia Clarke, Terminator Genisys
Cara Delvingne, Paper Towns
Bryce Dallas Howard, Jurassic World
Evangeline Lilly , Ant-Man
Melissa McCarthy, Spy
Amy PoehlerInside Out

Hopefully Inside Out gets some awards!! I'll tune back later to let you all know!!
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ReptilePatrol
Unfortunately it looks like Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect 2) beat Lewis Black for Choice Movie: Hissyfit, while Paper Towns won the other two awards.

However, even at this stage I think it'll be safe to say that Inside Out is the one that'll be going to the Oscars, not Pitch Perfect 2 or Paper Towns [wink]
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Luis504170
ReptilePatrol wrote:
Unfortunately it looks like Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect 2) beat Lewis Black for Choice Movie: Hissyfit, while Paper Towns won the other two awards. However, even at this stage I think it'll be safe to say that Inside Out is the one that'll be going to the Oscars, not Pitch Perfect 2 or Paper Towns [wink]


I think Inside Out will go big at the Oscars. 
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ReptilePatrol
I've got my fingers crossed for Pixar's first Original Screenplay win. They've been consistently nominated for Original Screenplay ever since Toy Story - which was the first animated film to be nominated here btw - but haven't won yet. This year's anticipated live-action awards vehicles will be primarily in the Adapted Screenplay category (Revenant, Danish Girl, Steve Jobs, Carol, possibly Brooklyn, etc.) so Original Screenplay isn't as crowded - that coupled with possibly Pixar's best writing yet could improve its chances. I'd say the biggest competitors IO would have to fight off for Original Screenplay so far seems to be The Hateful Eight (Quentin Tarantino), Bridge of Spies (Coen brothers), The Lobster (if it gets a U.S. release), [EDIT: and David O Russell's Joy] and, ironically, The Good Dinosaur. In fact, Inside Out will also be facing a lot of competition from The Good Dinosaur in all the major categories Pixar tends to do well in. It'll be interesting seeing how Pixar's first two-movies-in-a-year thing plays out at the Oscars, especially since we've got confirmation from D23 that Good Dino is shaping up to be pretty awesome.
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Vellerie
I was wondering if the Oscars would necessarily nominate both movies for a single award. I remember when Monsters University got snubbed altogether and all.
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Luis504170
Vellerie wrote:
I was wondering if the Oscars would necessarily nominate both movies for a single award. I remember when Monsters University got snubbed altogether and all.


I do wonder, if Inside Out is nominated for best picture and best animated picture, is it allowed to win both of them? Or if it's only allowed to win best picture imagine the scare we will get then it doesn't win animated picture, but then the huge relief after winning best picture.
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Bonnie
I hope it can't win both. It getting Best Picture would be enough of an honor, getting Best Animated Picture would be redundant. Plus, it'd stop other films from being represented.

Of course, that leads to a problem, because it makes no sense for Inside Out to win best film, period, but then another film beats it out in another category. So for it to be logical Inside Out would need to just stay out of Best Animated Feature altogether. And with that I'm split; on one hand, I don't think its chances are so huge that it's worth the risk  (in fact, I think the chances are very small, unfortunately), on the other, let's be honest, just letting it compete for Best Picture is a bigger pat on the back than winning Best Animated Feature...I don't know what I hope happens.

I do have to ask, though; I don't pay attention to these except for the animated category after the fact, does a...you know, happy film ever actually get Best Picture? I mean, I looked it up and a comedy hasn't won for forty years. Inside Out definitely has its dark moments, but the fact that it leaves you happy and has bright colors will probably hinder it even more. Cause true art makes you feel like crap, doncha know? 

Vellerie wrote:
I was wondering if the Oscars would necessarily nominate both movies for a single award. I remember when Monsters University got snubbed altogether and all.


I do want to know the logic behind that. I mean I agree with it 100%, but I'm pretty sure they've let in worse received movies before. 

Maybe it was damage control after they totally screwed over Wreck-It Ralph. "No, people, we're not biased towards Pixar; see, we didn't even include this one!"
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Luis504170
Bonnie wrote:
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I do have to ask, though; I don't pay attention to these except for the animated category after the fact, does a...you know, happy film ever actually get Best Picture? I mean, I looked it up and a comedy hasn't won for forty years. Inside Out definitely has its dark moments, but the fact that it leaves you happy and has bright colors will probably hinder it even more. Cause true art makes you feel like crap, doncha know? 



Comedy films aren't usually "Oscar bait". Comedy films are usually there to make you laugh and have a good time. To win an Oscar, the movie has to have more depth than the average Comedy film, it has to have heart, story arcs, a fully realized story, strong structure. Comedy filmmakers usually set out to make hilarious films, nothing more and nothing less. With Inside Out, it is a comedy/drama, having mature themes and a strong structure. Furthermore, Inside Out offers significant knowledge while telling a relatable family story with strong characters and a fully realized world executed with strong plot devices and a few laughs. That's just my opinion though.
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Bonnie
I tossed out comedy as an example. My point was that generally happy films don't seem to make it far, and that you have a higher chance if you're a depressing real life tale with a subdued color palette. 
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ReptilePatrol
Birdman won Best Picture last year, and that was a comedy. A dark comedy though, but a comedy nonetheless. As for a happy film winning Best Picture, I'd say Little Miss Sunshine was close, but I can't think of a good example off the top of my head.

Nominations wise, happy films have definitely been nominated for Best Picture, including Pixar's own Up and Toy Story 3. Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur will both be eligible for both Best Animated Feature and Best Picture this year, so it'll be interesting to see if the internal competition means Pixar cannibalizes itself. Inside Out has a chance of winning in both categories if Good Dino and the live-action competition all flop, which is unlikely. A lot of people are hoping Pixar will be back in the conversation for Best Picture like they were for Up and Toy Story 3, since they missed out for Cars 2/Brave/MU, but at this point it'll be too close to call whether both of their films will get in (that would be awesome), or maybe just one of them (perhaps Good Dino flops and people rally behind Inside Out, or is so good people forget about Inside Out?), or neither of them (due to Pixar splitting votes between their two movies).

However, both are definitely shoo-ins for Best Animated Feature nominations, though we'll have to see which has a better chance of winning when The Good Dinosaur comes out.

If the live-action competition all disappoints and it turns into an Inside Out vs Good Dino race for Picture/Animated Feature, one would probably win both, as both Animated Feature/Best Picture are voted on by the entire Academy. Sort of like how the best film tends to snag Best Picture and Best Director together, though occasionally it may split. In fact, in any year where an animated film is frontrunner for Best Picture, it will probably win both BP and Animated Feature - though since this has never happened, it's just theoretical, based on the voting procedures. To have one of this year's Pixar films win Animated Feature and the other BP would be extremely unlikely, as both categories simply ask voters to pick the best film of the nominees, and if you prefer one over the other, you vote for it in both categories.
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Sally
I'm not starting something (I swear), these are just my thoughts (and an award show that I should have mention when this thread was started)

The Golden Globes (an award show dedicated to movies and TV) used to nominated animated features for the Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy prize, and this was before they created their own animated feature category
Only three of them has won (Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Toy Story 2) but others had been nominated (Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles)

I think it's kinda the attention Beauty and the Beast, Up and Toy Story 3 had when they were nominated for Best Picture, of course, not every Pixar movie can't win in animated feature (Monsters Inc, Cars) but again, it's just me

Once again, not starting something, just my thoughts
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