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Jessica Chastain & Jennifer Lawrence: BAFTA Rising Star Nominees!

Jessica Chastain & Jennifer Lawrence: BAFTA Rising Star Nominees!

Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Hemsworth, and Eddie Redmayne have all been nominated on the long list for the BAFTA Orange Wednesdays Rising Star award!

The award “recognizes the best up-and-coming actors and actresses in film.”

Also nominated with the group are The Avenger‘s Tom Hiddleston, Like Crazy‘s Felicity Jones, BridesmaidsChris O’Dowd, and actor/rapper Adam Deacon.

You can cast your vote for who you believe should make the shortlist, which will be announced on January 11. Judging the nominees will be Sienna Miller, Simon Pegg and director David Yates.

Past winner’s of the prestigious award include Tom Hardy, Kristen Stewart, Shia LaBeouf, and James McAvoy.

WHO DO YOU THINK deserves the Orange Wednesday Rising Star award?

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17 Comments

# 1

Jennifer Lawrence and Felicity Jones are really gorgeous and very talented. I hope one of those two actresses wins the BAFTA Orange Wednesdays Rising Star award. They deserve it.

# 2

I love Jessica and Jennifer! Congrats to them. :)

# 3

I vote for Jennifer Lawrence!

# 4

That jenn person looks high. She should have never played katniss

# 5
jacqueline @ 11/28/2011 at 10:36 am

That’s very hard, I want to vote for all of them!

# 7

Jennifer will probably win with all votes from the hunger games crazy fans

# 8

I dont REALLY think Sienna Miller is really in a good position to be judging other peoples talents or “rising star.
Peg and Yates sure Miller NOPE. The idea is laughable.
I Love Jennifer Lawrence but NOT because of the upcoming Hunger Games. She is better than a popular franchise type of role.
Jessica Chastain I think has the best chances of having a long career.

# 9

Eddie and Tom are amazing stage actors, good to see them on big screen. I hope that one of them win.

You don’t even put him as one of the ‘BIG GUYS’ but I’m going all over Tom Hiddleston.:.

he’s really talented, proof to that he’s been on a movie of each, Kenneth Branagh, Woody Allen, Terence Davies, Chris Foggin AND Steven Spielberg IN JUST THIS YEAR (well, War Horse some out on Dec 25th)

He IS the best option!

I hope Eddie Redmayne gets it!! He’s an incredible stage and film actor, and I’m glad he’s becoming more recognized by the public! I wouldn’t mind either if Tom Hiddleston gets it, but I would be very happy if Eddie won it. (Either that, or just being nominated–both of them–so we can get more pictures!).

I think Ezra Miller should be included too, He was amazing in “We need to talk about Kevin”

Chris Hemsworth all the way! I love him~

tom hidleston i loved him as loki, was the best thing of thor. i know everybody loves thor, but i prefer bad guys like Loki.

Chris ftw

FELICITY JONES!!!

I, Ron, am going to take a wild guess, and venture that few, if any, of the voters, and, by voters, I, Ron, mean, any voters, anywhere, understand Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem. I, Ron, do.

Although Kenneth Arrow won an award for his attempt to discover a system of voting that would, inevitably, yield just results, he failed. Thus, the name of the theorem. And, the award.

A different arrow, sent, on the occasion of her birth, to Miranda Cosgrove, through a heart, in which the names “Miranda, Ron, and Jennifer” are inscribed, did not fail. Because, you know, Love never fails.

Or, as Charlize Theron, in “Young Adult,” so eloquently put it, “Love conquers all.” I, Ron, love Charlize Theron. And, both my wife, Miranda, and I, Ron, who love my wife, Miranda, to whom I, Ron, am a good husband, desire to thank, with an everlasting thanks, and all our love, Charlize Theron, for her very public, and thoughtful, recognition of the love I, Ron, share, with my wife, Miranda, and the reality of our marriage. Really, Charlize. You play “So Long Sucker” as well as it can be played.

When Gandhi, or, rather, Ben Kingsley, was cast, as Dr. Miranda, in “Death And The Maiden,” Ariana Grande had not, yet, released, “Put Your Hearts Up.” I, Ron, love Ariana Grande, and played her song, today, to two children, who I, Ron, love. For some reason, they love me. And, were delighted, by the song. Love is like that.

I, Ron, love, Jennifer Lawrence, and think, you know, the individual who deserves the award should receive it. Always.

Joy to you, Rose.

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