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  • seabel
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    #164707

    We didn’t have a proper thread for this, did we?

    Best Picture: The Imitation Game
    Best Director: Richard Linklater, Boyhood
    Best Actor: Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game
    Best Actress: Julianne Moore, Still Alice
    Best Supporting Actor: J. K. Simmons, Whiplash
    Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
    Best Original Screenplay: Birdman
    Best Adapted Screenplay: The Imitation Game
    Best Cinematography: Unbroken
    Best Film Editing: The Imitation Game
    Best Sound: Interstellar
    Best Visual FX: Interstellar
    Best Sound FX: Interstellar
    Best Score: The Imitation Game
    Best Song: “Miracle”, Unbroken
    Best Production Design: Into the Woods
    Best Costume Design: Into the Woods
    Best Makeup and Hairstyles: Into the Woods
    Best Animated Film: The LEGO Movie
    Best Documentary Film: Life itself
    Best Foreign Language Film: Wild Tales (Argentine)

    TALLY
    The Imitation Game – 5 wins
    Interstellar – 3 wins
    Into the Woods – 3 wins
    Boyhood – 2 wins
    Unbroken – 2 wins
    Birdman – 1 win
    The LEGO Movie – 1 win
    Life itself – 1 win
    Still Alice – 1 win
    Whiplash – 1 win
    Wild Tales – 1 win 

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    24Emmy
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    #164709

    as of now:

    Best Picture — Unbroken

    Best Director — Angelina Jolie, Unbroken

    Best Actor — Michael Keaton, Birdman

    Best Actress — Julianne Moore, Still Alice

    Best Supp Actor — J. K. Simmons, Whiplash

    Best Supp Actress — Patricia Arquette, Boyhood

    Best Original Screenplay — Boyhood

    Best Adapted Screenplay — Unbroken

    Best Animated Feature — The Lego Movie

    Best Documentary Film — Life Itself

    Best Cinematography — Birdman

    Best Editing — Gone Girl

    Best Production Design — Into the Woods

    Best Costume Design — Into the Woods

    Best Makeup and Hair — Into the Woods

    Best Score — Unbroken

    Best Original Song — Begin Again’s “Lost Stars”

    Best Sound Editing — Interstellar

    Best Sound Mixing — Interstellar

    Best Visual Effects — Interstellar

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    Halo_Insider
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    #164710

    Best Picture — The Imitation Game
    Best Director — Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Birdman
    Best Actor — Michael Keaton, Birdman
    Best Actress — Julianne Moore, Still Alice
    Best Supp Actor — J. K. Simmons, Whiplash
    Best Supp Actress — Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
    Best Original Screenplay — Boyhood
    Best Adapted Screenplay — The Imitation Game
    Best Animated Feature — The Lego Movie
    Best Documentary Film — Citizenfour
    Best Foreign Language Film – Ida 
    Best Cinematography — Birdman
    Best Editing — Interstellar
    Best Production Design — The Grand Budapest Hotel
    Best Costume Design — Into the Woods
    Best Makeup and Hair — Into the Woods
    Best Score — The Imitation Game
    Best Original Song — Begin Again: “Lost Stars”
    Best Sound Editing — Interstellar
    Best Sound Mixing — Interstellar
    Best Visual Effects — Interstellar

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    KyleBailey
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    #164711

    Best Picture — Boyhood 

    Best Director — David Fincher, Gone Girl (kind of a filler at the moment) 

    Best Actor — Steve Carrel, Foxcatcher 

    Best Actress — Julianne Moore, Still Alice

    Best Supp Actor — J. K. Simmons, Whiplash

    Best Supp Actress — Patricia Arquette, Boyhood or Meryl Streep, Into the Woods 

    Best Original Screenplay — Foxcatcher or The Grand Budapest Hotel 

    Best Adapted Screenplay — Gone Girl 

    Best Animated Feature — The Lego Movie

    Best Documentary Film — Citizenfour or Life Itself 

    Best Foreign Language Film – Ida 

    Best Cinematography — Gone Girl  

    Best Editing — Gone Girl 

    Best Production Design — The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Costume Design — Into the Woods

    Best Makeup and Hair –Foxcatcher or Into the Woods 

    Best Score — Interstellar or Gone Girl 

    Best Original Song — Begin Again: “Lost Stars”

    Best Sound Editing — Interstellar or Fury 

    Best Sound Mixing — Interstellar  

    Best Visual Effects — Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    Best Picture: UNBROKEN
    Best Director: ANGELINA JOLIE – UNBROKEN
    Best Actor: MICHAEL KEATON – BIRDMAN
    Best Actress: JULIANNE MOORE – STILL ALICE
    Best Sup. Actor: J.K. SIMMONS – WHIPLASH
    Best Sup. Actress: PATRICIA ARQUETTE – BOYHOOD
    Best Original Screenplay: BIRDMAN
    Best Adapted Screenplay: UNBROKEN
    Best Original Score: UNBROKEN
    Best Original Song: “LOST STARS” – BEGIN AGAIN
    Best Sound Editing: INTERSTELLAR
    Best Sound Mixing: INTERSTELLAR
    Best Aninmated Feature: THE LEGO MOVIE
    Best Cinematography: INTERSTELLAR
    Best Makeup: FOXCATCHER
    Best Production Design: INTO THE WOODS
    Best Costume Design: INTO THE WOODS
    Best Film Editing: UNBROKEN
    Best Visual Effects: INTERSTELLAR

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    Halo_Insider
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    #164713

    Best Picture — Boyhood 

    Best Director — David Fincher, Gone Girl (kind of a filler at the moment) 

    Best Actor — Steve Carrel, Foxcatcher 

    Best Actress — Julianne Moore, Still Alice

    Best Supp Actor — J. K. Simmons, Whiplash

    Best Supp Actress — Patricia Arquette, Boyhood or Meryl Streep, Into the Woods 

    Best Original Screenplay — Foxcatcher or The Grand Budapest Hotel 

    Best Adapted Screenplay — Gone Girl 

    Best Animated Feature — The Lego Movie

    Best Documentary Film — Citizenfour or Life Itself 

    Best Foreign Language Film – Ida 

    Best Cinematography — Gone Girl  

    Best Editing — Gone Girl 

    Best Production Design — The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Costume Design — Into the Woods

    Best Makeup and Hair –Foxcatcher or Into the Woods 

    Best Score — Interstellar or Gone Girl 

    Best Original Song — Begin Again: “Lost Stars”

    Best Sound Editing — Interstellar or Fury 

    Best Sound Mixing — Interstellar  

    Best Visual Effects — Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 

    I’m curious Kyle. How come you think Boyhood will win BP without taking Screenplay (or at least ranking in the Top 2)?

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    Sasha
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    #164714

    I see people here already decided that Julianne Moore is winning. Because she’s overdue? Yeah right cause it so worked for Peter O’Toole, Annette Bening, Glenn Close, Richard Burton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Deborah Kerr, Barbara Stanwyck, etc. LOL!

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    Manuel Colon
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    #164715

    I don’t really think there will be another Best Picture and Best Director split next year, people didn’t thought it could happen this year with Cuaron and 12YAS after what happened with Argo. If Linklater wins BD then he may have BP in the bag, same with whoever wins.

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    awardsbuddy
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    #164716

    Best Picture: Boyhood
    Best Director: Linklater, Boyhood
    Best Actor: Eddie Redmayne
    Best Actress: Julianne Moore
    Best Supporting Actor: JK Simmons
    Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette
    Best Original Screenplay: Boyhood
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Gone Girl 

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    KyleBailey
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    #164717

    [quote=”KyleBailey”]

    Best Picture — Boyhood 

    Best Director — David Fincher, Gone Girl (kind of a filler at the moment) 

    Best Actor — Steve Carrel, Foxcatcher 

    Best Actress — Julianne Moore, Still Alice

    Best Supp Actor — J. K. Simmons, Whiplash

    Best Supp Actress — Patricia Arquette, Boyhood or Meryl Streep, Into the Woods 

    Best Original Screenplay — Foxcatcher or The Grand Budapest Hotel 

    Best Adapted Screenplay — Gone Girl 

    Best Animated Feature — The Lego Movie

    Best Documentary Film — Citizenfour or Life Itself 

    Best Foreign Language Film – Ida 

    Best Cinematography — Gone Girl  

    Best Editing — Gone Girl 

    Best Production Design — The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Costume Design — Into the Woods

    Best Makeup and Hair –Foxcatcher or Into the Woods 

    Best Score — Interstellar or Gone Girl 

    Best Original Song — Begin Again: “Lost Stars”

    Best Sound Editing — Interstellar or Fury 

    Best Sound Mixing — Interstellar  

    Best Visual Effects — Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 

    I’m curious Kyle. How come you think Boyhood will win BP without taking Screenplay (or at least ranking in the Top 2)?[/quote]

    I just thought that was the weak link of the movie. The writing isn’t anything special and didn’t have any real powerhouse moments. Right now Boyhood is kind of a filler too for Picture. People in the industry just were in such an awe over the movie so unless another movie can over do that praise, it just isn’t a very predictable year for Picture. 

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    Zooey the Dreamer
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    #164718

    I agree it’s boring already. People start jumping on bandwagons without even having seen Moore’s film. Yes, some people have, but they’re a minority. And while JK Simmons could win, there are Ruffalo and Norton as well. 

    Early bandwagons are crazy because last year Oprah was everywhere at this point. There was even the assumption that she already had the Oscar in the bag. We all know what happened.  

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    Ghost
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    #164719

    Picture- Birdman
    Director- Innaritu  
    Actor- Keaton
    Actress- Moore
    Supporting Actor- Simmons
    Supporting Actress- Arquette 
    Original Screenplay- Birdman
    Adapted Screenplay- The Imitation Game
    Animated Film- The LEGO Movie
    Cinematography- Birdman
    Costume Design- Into the Woods
    Editing- Birdman
    Makeup and Hairstyling- Foxcatcher
    Production Design- The Imitation Game
    Score- Interstellar
    Sound Editing- Interstellar
    Sound Mixing- Interstellar
    Visual Effects- Interstellar
    Documentary Short- The Lion’s Mouth Opens
     

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    DominicCobb
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    #164720

    I’m not so sure what’s going to win, but there is one very common prediction that makes me scratch my head: Boyhood for BP. Is it really that weak a year that a film can shrug its way to the big one? 

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    Cheshire
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    #164721

    Best Picture: Boyhood
    Best Director:
    Richard Linklater- Boyhood
    Best Actor:
    Michael Keaton- Birdman
    Best Actress:
    Julianne Moore- Still Alice
    Best Supporting Actor:
    J.K. Simmons- Whiplash
    Best Supporting Actress:
    Patricia Arquette- Boyhood
    Best Original Screenplay:
    Birdman
    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    Unbroken
    Best Animated Feature:
    Big Hero 6
    Best Cinematography:
    Birdman
    Best Costume Design:
    Maleficent
    Best Editing:
    Boyhood
    Best Make-up & Hair-Styling:
    Into the Woods
    Best Production Design:
    Into the Woods
    Best Score:
    Unbroken
    Best Sound Editing:
    Interstellar
    Best Sound Mixing:
    Interstellar
    Best Visual Effects: 
    Interstellar

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    seabel
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    #164722

    as of now:

    Best Picture — Unbroken

    Best Director — Angelina Jolie, Unbroken

    Best Actor — Michael Keaton, Birdman

    Best Actress — Julianne Moore, Still Alice

    Best Supp Actor — J. K. Simmons, Whiplash

    Best Supp Actress — Patricia Arquette, Boyhood

    Best Original Screenplay — Boyhood

    Best Adapted Screenplay — Unbroken

    Best Animated Feature — The Lego Movie

    Best Documentary Film — Life Itself

    Best Cinematography — Birdman

    Best Editing — Gone Girl

    Best Production Design — Into the Woods

    Best Costume Design — Into the Woods

    Best Makeup and Hair — Into the Woods

    Best Score — Unbroken

    Best Original Song — Begin Again’s “Lost Stars”

    Best Sound Editing — Interstellar

    Best Sound Mixing — Interstellar

    Best Visual Effects — Interstellar

    No way is UNBROKEN winning Best Picture, Director, Screenplay… and missing Cinematography

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