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Final Poll Update for Week 5

I can’t believe we’re already towards the end of Week 5.  Honestly…I’m kind of ready to get down to the final weeks of this just to figure out who is the true leading man.  We’ve got the decades down sure, but once all the finalists are all assembled all best are off!  The tie from Tuesday is broken and our current frontman has carved out a comfortable lead and while we do have a tie, it’ll take a pretty big burst of voting power to have either of the tie-breakers come out ahead.  Let’s see where the numbers fall.

Clint Eastwood is firmly in the lead, gaining an additional three votes from Tuesday to break the tie with Robert Redford.  Eastwood sits at number one with seven votes!

Gaining only one vote from Tuesday, Robert Redford is at second place with five votes.

Adding one vote to boost his total to four is Jack Nicholson

Al Pacino seems to want to fight for that third place and has actually increased by two votes since Tuesday.  He’s got four votes tying him with Nicholson.

And still at zero…yes zero is Warren Beatty.  Seriously Warren, you disappoint me!

The poll closes Sunday so plenty of time to get your votes in!

Kristen Lopez View All

A freelance film critic whose work fuels the Rotten Tomatoes meter. I've been published on The Hollywood Reporter, Remezcla, and The Daily Beast. I've been featured in the L.A. Times. I currently run two podcasts, Citizen Dame and Ticklish Business.

2 thoughts on “Final Poll Update for Week 5 Leave a comment

  1. Though I haven’t seen many of his films, I voted for Robert. I like him in Butch Cassidy and Spy Game, oh even in that one w/ Michelle Pfeiffer where he’s a reporter. He’s got on-screen charisma!

    P.S. For some reason your site loads VERY s-l-o-w-l-y on my Mac, literally takes about 5 min or so to load the comment section, that’s why I don’t comment as often.

    • Yeah I definitely need to see more Redford films.

      I did Google and look around the WordPress forums and what I keep reading is that the issues generally surround the Mac user, there’s firewalls I guess or some such stuff. I’ll try to keep looking for an answer on my end, thanks for letting me know!

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