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  • Tom O’Neil
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    #109187

    More and more gutsy pundits are piping in now — CLICK HERE

    Or try this:

    http://www.goldderby.com/awardshows/experts/oscars-2013-nominations-nominations/best-picture.html

    Here’s the summary page:

    http://www.goldderby.com/odds/experts/103/

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    babypook
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    #109189

    Whoops! The page could not be found. Try giving it another chance below.

    I’ll search the front page.   

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    BrokenFan
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    #109190

    So I looked at all the experts predix and Majority picked:

    Picture: American  Hustle
    Director: David O Russell
    Actor: Robert Redford
    Actress: Cate Blanchett
    Supp. Actor: Michael Fassbender
    Supp. Actress: Oprah Winfrey
    OS: American Hustle
    AS: August Osage County.  

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    PJ Edwards
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    I like how predicts are all over the place. So many possibliities. It’s like preseason football, where every team is a Championship team.

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    Riley
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    Is Michael Fassbender really happening for 12 Years a Slave?  I doubt it.

    What about Leonardo DiCaprio?  We say that he will win every year, but he has not been nominated in seven years.  I have my doubts about The Wolf of Wall Street too.  Will it even be a better performance than The Great Gatsby?

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    Bill Buchanan
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    Is Michael Fassbender really happening for 12 Years a Slave?  I doubt it.

    What about Leonardo DiCaprio?  We say that he will win every year, but he has not been nominated in seven years.  I have my doubts about The Wolf of Wall Street too.  Will it even be a better performance than The Great Gatsby?

    Yeah, i am very doutful about Fassbender’s chances at an oscar nod for 12YAS.

    I am really done predicting DiCaprio to win, even though i think he is very deserving.
    Two years ago, everyone and their mother was predicting him to win Best Actor for J. Edgar and he didn’t even get nominated (and AMPAS was right not to).

    Last year, everyone was going for him to win for Django Unchained in supporting actor and he ended up delivering the second best supporting performance of the year behind only Philip Seymour Hoffman for The Master and he wasn’t even nominated, being replaced by Christoph Waltz for playing the same kind of character he did so brilliantly in Inglorious Basterds.

    I am a culprit of these mispredictions, and therefore this year, I have him at fifth place for a nomination for The Wolf of Wall Street. That being said, I think it will be very easy for him to surpass his performance in The Great Gatsby. I love him as an actor, but I didn’t get the acclaim he got for that. I was much more impressed by what Carey Mulligan was able to do with a very difficult character. I’d read the book and somehow, Mulligan managed to capture Daisy Buchanan, which even before I saw the movie I knew was a mamoth endeavor. DiCaprio, partly harmed by Luhrman’s overbearing aesthetic, delivered an average performance at best. Mulligan on the other hand, was helped by Luhrman’s aesthetic.

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    BrokenFan
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    I’m hopeful for Leo, but very hesitant. The Academy just doesn’t like the guy. 

    I’ll disagree with Fassbender. Supporting actor doesn’t seem to be as packed as the other categories this year. I’m confident he can at least get a nomination if the film is received well. 

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    Halo_Insider
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    I’m confident that Bradley Cooper could be a major player for Supporting Actor if American Hustle is received enthusiastically.

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    BrokenFan
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    ..but…but….that hair! haha

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