WEFOUNDUnpredictable (LADY JENNIVIERE'S QUILL Book 8)


NEW YORK (CBS4) – The 60th annual Grammy Awards are on Sunday on CBS4. The show hosted by James Corden is returning to Madison Square Garden in New York City for the first time in 15 years.

Hosts Nancy O’Dell and Kevin Frasier will take us behind the scenes on the red carpet an hour before the big show. There they will figure out which performers are taking the stage as well as show us this year’s fashion showstoppers.

WATCH THE GRAMMYS LIVE: See The Awards Show On CBS4 On Jan. 28 (Red Carpet special 4:30-5:30 p.m., Grammy Awards 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.)

Is Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water the film to beat at this year's Academy Awards? With 13 nominations heading into the 2018 Oscars , it certainly seems like del Toro's romantic fantasy is a frontrunner. But a lot of nominations does not a winner make. (Just ask La La Land .) This awards season has been unpredictable from the jump, so it's only appropriate that the nominees for this year's big show would be full of delightful surprises and maddening snubs.

What a waste. Michael Stuhlbarg delivered one of the performances of the year in Luca Guadagnino's splendid queer drama Call Me By Your Name . As precocious young Elio's perceptive father, the emotional impact of his performance hinges on a beautiful monologue about unbridled love and acceptance that's so poignant, and so memorable, it's left audiences and critics in tears . But apparently not the Academy. Instead, Stuhlbarg and his costar Armie Hammer most likely split the vote, which resulted in a noticeable CMBYN shutout in the supporting actor category.

Of course Stuhlbarg's snub is even more egregious when you factor in that he's featured in three of this year's Best Picture nominees ( Call Me By Your Name , The Shape of Water , and The Post ).

NEW YORK (CBS4) – The 60th annual Grammy Awards are on Sunday on CBS4. The show hosted by James Corden is returning to Madison Square Garden in New York City for the first time in 15 years.

Hosts Nancy O’Dell and Kevin Frasier will take us behind the scenes on the red carpet an hour before the big show. There they will figure out which performers are taking the stage as well as show us this year’s fashion showstoppers.

WATCH THE GRAMMYS LIVE: See The Awards Show On CBS4 On Jan. 28 (Red Carpet special 4:30-5:30 p.m., Grammy Awards 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.)

Is Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water the film to beat at this year's Academy Awards? With 13 nominations heading into the 2018 Oscars , it certainly seems like del Toro's romantic fantasy is a frontrunner. But a lot of nominations does not a winner make. (Just ask La La Land .) This awards season has been unpredictable from the jump, so it's only appropriate that the nominees for this year's big show would be full of delightful surprises and maddening snubs.

What a waste. Michael Stuhlbarg delivered one of the performances of the year in Luca Guadagnino's splendid queer drama Call Me By Your Name . As precocious young Elio's perceptive father, the emotional impact of his performance hinges on a beautiful monologue about unbridled love and acceptance that's so poignant, and so memorable, it's left audiences and critics in tears . But apparently not the Academy. Instead, Stuhlbarg and his costar Armie Hammer most likely split the vote, which resulted in a noticeable CMBYN shutout in the supporting actor category.

Of course Stuhlbarg's snub is even more egregious when you factor in that he's featured in three of this year's Best Picture nominees ( Call Me By Your Name , The Shape of Water , and The Post ).

That is a great point. I have tried to find the rare third alternative, but adding suspense seems to be key to unpredictability.

Do you get the problem where a realistic option for a conclusion storyline seems predictable, yet the unpredictable options are unrealistic – or at least the character’s approach to the problem is not common.

For example, a witness to a crime is condemned into silence by the falsely accused, but the witness is the only one who knows the missing piece to the court case. I wobser if doing a survey would be a good idea – give the readers an excerpt and have them guess what will happen and do research to balance what’s predictable and what’s realistic.

NEW YORK (CBS4) – The 60th annual Grammy Awards are on Sunday on CBS4. The show hosted by James Corden is returning to Madison Square Garden in New York City for the first time in 15 years.

Hosts Nancy O’Dell and Kevin Frasier will take us behind the scenes on the red carpet an hour before the big show. There they will figure out which performers are taking the stage as well as show us this year’s fashion showstoppers.

WATCH THE GRAMMYS LIVE: See The Awards Show On CBS4 On Jan. 28 (Red Carpet special 4:30-5:30 p.m., Grammy Awards 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.)


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