Five of our 12 Golden Globe experts derived from major media outlets are still predicting that the Oscar frontrunner, “Dunkirk,” will win Best Drama at these precursor prizes. However, four of them now back Steven Spielberg‘s docudrama “The Post,” which chronicles the fight by the Washington Post to publish papers related to the Vietnam War, over Christopher Nolan‘s WWII epic.
Of the three remaining experts, one is enamored by Luca Guadagnino‘s romance “Call Me By Your Name”; one is entranced by Guillermo del Toro‘s fantasy “The Shape of Water”; and one is stuck on Dee Rees‘ heartfelt drama “Mudbound.
Of the 64 winners of Best Drama at the Golden Globes, exactly half went on to take home the top prize at the Oscars. However, since the academy expanded the Best Picture race in 2009, just three of the eight winners of that award had previously prevailed on the drama side at the Golden Globes, including last year’s double champ “Moonlight.”
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Here’s how the Golden Globe Best Drama predictions break down by expert as well as the most up-to-date odds for each of the top eight contenders to win (all other films have odds of 100/1):
1. “Dunkirk”: Five experts (3/1 odds)
Joyce Eng (TV Guide)
Sasha Stone (Awards Daily)
Peter Travers (Rolling Stone)
Adnan Virk (ESPN)
Susan Wloszczyna (RogetEbert.com)
2. “The Post”: Four experts (4/1 odds)
Edward Douglas (Tracking Board)
Michael Musto (NewNowNext)
Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby)
Keith Simanton (IMDB)
3. “Call Me By Your Name”: One expert (4/1 odds)
Thelma Adams (Gold Derby)
4. “The Shape of Water”: One expert (9/2 odds)
Tariq Khan (Fox News)
5. “Darkest Hour”: (11/1 odds)
6. “Mudbound”: One expert (20/1 odds)
Kevin Polowy (Yahoo)
7. “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”: (25/1 odds)
8. “Phantom Thread”: (66/1 odds)
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