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  • GusCruz
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    This is early, and we haven’t had any guild winners announced yet. Allow me to go bold.

    PLEASE share yours.

    Best Picture – Moonlight (obviously not the frontrunner, though… but backlashes can go a long way)
    Best Director – Barry Jenkins, Moonlight (Chazelle obviously ahead right now. A split could happen)
    Best Actor – Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea (Denzel has a final chance to change this at SAG)
    Best Actress – Isabelle Huppert, Elle
    Best Supporting Actor – Mahershala Ali, Moonlight (needs to start winning televised awards though)
    Best Supporting Actress – Viola Davis, Fences
    Best Adapted Screenplay – Moonlight (I can see the wordy Fences winning this, though)
    Best Original Screenplay – Manchester by the Sea (I hope that the people predicting LLL here because of the Globes and the 14 nominations will soon come to their senses)
    Best Cinematography – La La Land
    Best Costume Design – Florence Foster Jenkins
    Best Film Editing – La La Land
    Best Makeup and Hairstyling – A Man Called Ove
    Best Production Design – La La Land
    Best Score – La La Land
    Best Song – City of Stars, La La Land (the worst song nominated, though. Could LLL split the vote here?)
    Best Sound Editing – Hacksaw Ridge
    Best Sound Mixing – La La Land
    Best Visual Effects – Deepwater Horizon (The Jungle Book is the frontrunner, but the Apes movies never won, and they like water, a lot)
    Best Animated Feature – Zootopia (but Kubo could surprise)
    Best Documentary Feature – O.J.: Made in America (but all of them, except Fire at Sea, could win. Life, Animated has emotional appeal and stands out)
    Best Foreign Language Film – Toni Erdmann (Farhadi hasn’t taken off yet, and Ove is Erdmann without the sophistication. If Erdmann loses Bafta, I might change)
    Best Animated Short – Piper
    Best Documentary Short – Joe’s Violin (looks like the obvious winner, but it’s a three-way race. Watani: My Homeland is emotional, and The White Helmets is timely)
    Best Live Action Short – Timecode

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    GusCruz
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    bump — I wanna see your predictions too!!

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    AayaanUpadhyaya
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    Best Picture – La La Land (it seems inevitable now)
    Best Director – Chazelle (Jenkins could upset here, but again it seems like a done deal)
    Best Actor – Affleck
    Best Actress – Huppert (It’s actually making more and more sense to me. I know many are trying to make it look like Stone is the lock/frontrunner here, but I just don’t see Huppert losing it. If she was eligible for the Bafta, she would have won that as well.)
    Supporting Actress – Davis (Biggest lock of the night)
    Supporting Actor – Patel (I just don’t see Ali winning this, I can’t fathom anyone who watched Moonlight and loved it like I did, would actually think Ali is deserving of this. Patel rides Bafta to the Oscar with split competition)
    Original Screenplay – Manchester by the Sea
    Adapted Screenplay – Moonlight (another inevitable, albeit deserving win)

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Best Picture: La La Land
    Best Director: Damien Chazelle
    Best Actor: Casey Affleck
    Best Actress: Isabelle Huppert
    Best Supporting Actor: not sure yet; refuse to predict Mahersala Ali ): Want to predict Lucas Hedges. I will wait for SAG to decide for me.
    Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis
    Best Original Screenplay: La La Land
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Moonlight
    Best Cinematography: La La Land
    Best Production Design: Fantastic Beasts
    Best Costume Design: Fantastic Beasts
    Best Film Editing: Hacksaw Ridge
    Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Star Trek Beyond
    Best Original Score: La La Land
    Best Original Song: La La Land
    Best Sound Editing: Hacksaw Ridge
    Best Sound Mixing: La La Land
    Best Visual Effects: The Jungle Book
    Best Animated Feature: Zootopia
    Best Documentary: O.J.: Made In America
    Best Foreign Language Film: Toni Erdmann

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    lovelylovely
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    Best Picture: La La Land or Moonlight

    Best Director: Damien Chazelle

    Best Actor: Casey Affleck

    Best Actress: Natalie Portman

    Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali

    Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis

    Original Screenplay: La La Land

    Adapted Screenplay: Fences

    Cinematography: La La Land

    Costume Design: Jackie

    Editing: La La Land

    Original Score: Jackie (i’m still holding out because Mica Levi’s work is just too good)

    Original Song: City of Stars

    Foreign Language: Elle

    Animated Short: Piper

    Animated Feature: Zootopia

    Documentary Feature: OJ: Made In America

    Makeup and Hairstyling: Suicide Squad (I haven’t seen the other two nominees)

    Live Action Short Film: La femme et Le TGV

    Visual Effects: Deepwater Horizon

    Sound Mixing: La La Land

    (Note: I’d be completely fine with Huppert winning over Portman, just as long as it’s not Stone)

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    Moviebuff22
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    I think Shannon is going to pull the upset in supporting actor. I’m basing this off of that he’s respected enough to be nominated twice without much awards momentum, and the fact that the last time the Globes supporting actor winner was snubbed in 1976, his counterpart in the movie was nominated much like Shannon and won. Kinda creepy the similarities lol

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