Our Oscar Experts are unanimous in predicting that Patricia Arquette will win Best Supporting Actress for her performance as a mother struggling to raise two children in “Boyhood.” The film required the cast to commit to a 12-year production schedule. For her efforts, this first-time nominee has overwheming odds of 1/10.
The last two nominees are both at 100/1: Laura Dern (“Wild“), who earned the second nomination of her career and three-time Oscar champ Meryl Streep (“Into the Woods“), who extended her record with a 19th bid.
Arquette has been racked up a slew of wins this awards season, including at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs, SAG, and Critics’ Choice Awards as well as from the Los Angeles, New York, and National Society film critics.
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