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  • "There's so much competition in life and I do think we are different," she said. "Yes, we should be able to have the same things as much as possible ... (but) life's a battle already and there's so many great roles written for men. Women are definitely at a disadvantage when it comes to volume."

    Are Hollywood awards by gender out of touch? →

  • "I think it was a new way to do it and definitely a good way to do it," said Naomi Watts, who was nominated Thursday in the best actress category for her role in "The Impossible." "It was bound to happen at some point. Maybe it's an adjustment for everybody? I don't know if that's the reason the votes ended up the way they did. Who can tell?"

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