‘Birdman’ will sweep Golden Globes with four wins, ‘Boyhood’ will take three

According to the combined predictions of our Experts, Editors, Users, and Top 24 Users (the highest scorers predicting last year’s Globe winners), “Birdman” will be the top winner at Sunday night’s Golden Globes, with four awards out of its field-leading seven nominations.

(Click here to see our complete predictions by category.)

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Birdman” is forecast to win Best Musical/Comedy Picture, Best Musical/Comedy Actor (Michael Keaton), Best Screenplay, and Best Score. It leads that last race despite the academy’s recent surprise decision to disqualify its score from Oscar consideration.

Close behind with three wins will be the current Oscars frontrunner for Best Picture, “Boyhood,” which will prevail in three out of its five races: Best Drama Picture, Best Film Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette), and Best Director (Richard Linklater).

That leaves only a few prizes for the rest of the field. Best Drama Actor will go to Eddie Redmayne for his physically demanding role as physicist Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything.”

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Best Actress honors will go to Emily Blunt as the Baker’s Wife in the Disney musical “Into the Woods” (Musical/Comedy) and Julianne Moore as an Alzheimer’s sufferer in “Still Alice” (Drama).

Best Film Supporting Actor will be awarded to J.K. Simmons, who is the only nominee at the Globes for the indie drama “Whiplash.”

The Martin Luther King docudrama “Selma” will win one of its four bids: Best Song for “Glory,” written by Common and John Legend.

Rounding out the Golden Globe champs will be “The Lego Movie” (Best Animated Feature) and “Ida” (Best Foreign Language Film).

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