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  • Riley
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    #208082

    Many rank in the predictions center by likelihood of nomination, so what do you have winning the Oscars now that we have the Globe winners, BAFTA nominations and most major guild nominations?

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    Riley
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    #208084

    Mad Max: Fury Road:

    1. Best Film Editing
    2. Best Makeup & Hairstyling
    3. Best Sound Mixing
    4. Best Sound Editing
    5. Best Visual Effects

    The Revenant:

    1. Best Director
    2. Best Leading Actor
    3. Best Cinematogrpahy

    The Big Short:

    1. Best Picture
    2. Best Adapted Screenplay

    The Danish Girl:

    1. Best Supporting Actress
    2. Best Costume Design

    Brooklyn:

    1. Best Leading Actress

    Creed:

    1. Best Supporting Actor



    Spotlight:

    1. Best Original Screenplay

    Inside Out:

    1. Best Animated Feature

    Going Clear:

    1. Best Documentary Feature


    Son of Saul
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    1. Best Foreign Language Film

    The Hateful Eight:

    1. Best Original Score


    Furious 7
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    1. Best Original Song


    Bridge of Spies
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    1. Best Production Design


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    Monty
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    #208085

    Best Picture: The Revenant

    Best Director: Ridley Scott

    Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio

    Best Actress: Brie Larson

    Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone (based on the reaction of audience in Golden Globe when he won)

    Best Supporting Actress: Rooney Mara

    Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight

    Best Adapted Screenplay: Steve Jobs

    Best Editing: The Revenant

    Best Cinematography: The Revenant

    Best Production Design: Mad Max:Fury Road

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Mad Max:Fury Road

    Best Costume Design: Cinderella

    Best Sound Mixing: Mad Max:Fury Road

    Best Sound Editing: Mad Max:Fury Road

    Best Visual Effect: Star War: The Force Awakens

    Best Score: Star War: The Force Awakens

    The BP win for The Revenant make sense to me. It is a great cinematic achievement. BP often has an acting win. It will naturally win best actor and cinematography and follows the “minimum 3” rule. But Inarritu just won Best Director last year so maybe they wont award him best director so soon. My biggest hope in this year Oscar is Ridley Scott getting an Oscar.

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    Anonymous
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    #208086

    The Revenant
    Ridley Scott
    Leonardo DiCaprio
    Saoirse Ronan
    Mark Rylance
    Kate Winslet
    Spotlight
    The Revenant

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    MrGoodWood
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    #208087

    Best Picture: Spotlight 
    Best Director: George Miller 
    Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio 
    Best Actress: Saoirse Ronan
    Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone
    Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl) 
    Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Room
    Best Editing: The Big Short 
    Best Cinematography: The Revenant 
    Best Production Design: Mad Max:Fury Road 
    Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Mad Max:Fury Road 
    Best Costume Design: Carol
    Best Sound Mixing: Mad Max:Fury Road 
    Best Sound Editing: Mad Max:Fury Road 
    Best Visual Effect: Star War: The Force Awakens 
    Best Score: The Hateful Eight 

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    Eddy Q
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    #208089

    Amy (1)
    Best Documentary Feature

    The Big Short (3)
    Best Picture
    Best Director
    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Bridge of Spies (2)
    Best Supporting Actor
    Best Production Design

    The Danish Girl (1)
    Best Costume Design

    Ex Machina (1)
    Best Supporting Actress

    The Hateful Eight (1)
    Best Original Score

    The Hunting Ground (1)
    Best Original Song

    Inside Out (1)
    Best Animated Feature

    Mad Max: Fury Road (5)
    Best Editing
    Best Makeup & Hairstyling
    Best Sound Editing
    Best Sound Mixing
    Best Visual Effects

    The Revenant (2)
    Best Actor
    Best Cinematography

    Room (1)
    Best Actress

    Son of Saul (1)
    Best Foreign Language Film

    Spotlight (1)
    Best Original Screenplay

     

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    skylerbound
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    #208090

    Just gonna have fun with this….

    Best Picture: The Big Short

    Best Director: Ridley Scott

    Best Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio

    Best Actress: Sirsha Ronan
    Best Supporting Actor: Idris Elba(shocker win?)

    Best Supporting Actress: Kate Winslet
    Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight
    Best Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short

    Best Editing: The Big Short
    Best Cinematography: The Revenant

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    Zooey the Dreamer
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    #208091

    Best Picture of the Year — Spotlight
    Directing — Tom McCarthy for Spotlight or Ridley Scott 
    Actor — DiCaprio
    Actress — Brie Larson
    Supporting Actor — Mark Rylance
    Supporting Actress — Rooney Mara
    Original Screenplay — Spotlight
    Adapted Screenplay — The Big Short
    Cinematography — Mad Max: Fury Road
    Film Editing — The Big Short OR The Martian 
    Production Design — Mad Max: Fury Road
    Costume Design — Sandy Powell for Carol
    Music, Score — The Hateful Eight
    Music, Song — Youth
    Sound Mixing — The Martian
    Sound Editing — The Martian
    Visual Effects — Mad Max: Fury Road
    Make-up & Hair — Mad Max: Fury Road
    Foreign Language Film — Son of Saul
    Animated Feature Film — Anomalisa

    The Martian is the big question mark. Such a film can’t just win directing. It usually is paired with at least two other wins. And I can’t see Mad Max: Fury Road sweeping techs but for now… 

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    JOHN
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    #208092

    I don’t think Inarritu is winning another Oscar. Remember these are the people that snubbed Ben Affleck and Kathryn Bigelow when they were the frontrunners of their year. 

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    #208093

    Picture: Spotlight
    Director: Scott, The Martian 
    Actor: DiCaprio, The Revenant 
    Actress: Ronan, Brooklyn 
    Supporting Actor: Rylance, Bridge of Spies
    Supporting Actress: Vikander, Ex Machina 
    Original Screenplay: Spotlight 
    Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short
    Animated Film: Inside Out
    Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul
    Documentary Feature: Cartel Land
    Original Score: Carol
    Song: The Hunting Ground
    Sound Editing: Mad Max: Fury Road
    Sound Mixing: Mad Max: Fury Road
    Production Design: Bridge of Spies
    Cinematography: Mad Max: Fury Road
    Makeup and Hairstyling: Mad Max: Fury Road
    Costume Design: Carol
    Film Editing: The Big Short
    Visual Effects: Mad Max: Fury Road

     

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    Asgaroth
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    #208094

    P: Spotlight (alt. Revenant)
    D: McCarthy – Spotlight (alt. Scott – Martian)
    A: Di Caprio – Revenant
    As: Larson – Room (alt. Ronan – Brooklyn)
    SA: Stallone – Creed (alt. Rylance – Bridge of Spies)
    SAs: Winslet – Steve Jobs (alt. Vikander – Danish Girl)
    AS: Steve Jobs (alt. Big Short)
    OS: Spotlight
    AF: Inside Out
    FLF: Son of Saul
    E: Mad Max (alt. Big Short)
    C: Revenant (alt. Carol)
    PD: Mad Max (alt. Danish Girl)
    CD: Danish Girl (alt. Cinderella)
    MU: Mad Max (alt. Revenant)
    SM: Mad Max (alt. Revenant)
    SE: Mad Max (alt. Revenant)
    VFX: Star Wars TFA (alt. Mad Max)
    S: Hateful Eight (alt. Bridge of Spies) (I’m convinced here an overdue composer wins!)
    SG: no idea

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    Asgaroth
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    #208095

    BP always gets at least 3. I’m convinced somehow that always manages to be a rule even if members don’t vote thinking that way. Hence, if Spotlight wins, it has to carry McCarthy too. And I don’t see Iñarritu winning 2 in a row, just don’t. He just can’t win 5 oscars in 2 years, that’s insane. 

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    Kevin Groome
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    Best Picture: The Big Short (alt. Spotlight)
    Best Director: Ridley Scott (alt. George Miller)
    Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio (alt. Michael Fassbender)
    Best Actress: Brie Larson (alt. Saoirse Ronan)
    Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone (alt. Mark Rylance)
    Best Supporting Actress: Kate Winslet (alt. Alicia Vikander- Ex-Machina)
    Best Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short (alt. Steve Jobs)
    Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight (alt. Inside Out)
    Best Animated Feature: Inside Out (alt. Anomalisa)
    Best Cinematography: The Revenant (alt. Sicario)
    Best Costume Design: Carol (alt. Cinderella)
    Best Documentary Feature: Amy (alt. Going Clear)
    Best Editing: The Big Short (alt. Mad Max: Fury Road)
    Best Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul (alt. Mustang)
    Best Makeup & Hairstyling: Mad Max: Fury Road (alt. The Revenant)
    Best Original Score: The Hateful Eight (alt. Carol)
    Best Original Song: Til It Happens to You (alt. See You Again)
    Best Production Design: Mad Max: Fury Road (alt. Carol)
    Best Sound Editing: Mad Max: Fury Road (alt. Star Wars)
    Best Sound Mixing: Mad Max: Fury Road (alt. Star Wars)
    Best Visual Effects: Star Wars (alt. Mad Max: Fury Road) 

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    benutty
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    #208097

    BP always gets at least 3. I’m convinced somehow that always manages to be a rule even if members don’t vote thinking that way. Hence, if Spotlight wins, it has to carry McCarthy too. And I don’t see Iñarritu winning 2 in a row, just don’t. He just can’t win 5 oscars in 2 years, that’s insane. 

    The 3 rule is do-able for either The Big Short or Spotlight, who could each take BP + Screenplay + Film Editing. Neither will take Director. 

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    Asgaroth
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    #208098

    Big Short now doesn’t have adapted screenplay locked for it after the Steve Jobs phoenix resurgence. We just can’t ignore the fact that in the last 20 years only 4 screenplay winner at Globes didn’t win at Oscars too (96, 02, 06 and 09).

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