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  • Tom O’Neil
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    #156945

    So far about 150 of you guys have logged your Oscar predictions. Here are the rankings and racetrack odds generated:

    http://www.goldderby.com/odds/users/168/

    Our odds update every hour automatically, so please add YOUR picks soonest in order to include your input. Click here to go to your predictions page.

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    seabel
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    #156947

    LMAO “The Imitation Game” at number 15.

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    Ryan Lapierre
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    Lol who’s predicting Woodly for Fault in our stars. She’s not even close to getting nominated. Sorry.

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    KyleBailey
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    #156949

    What about Phillip Seymour Hoffman for A Most Wanted Man? He might get some final love and support 

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    DannyW1791
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    #156950

    Why is amy Adams so high? The film hasn’t got any buzz lately!

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    babypook
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    #156951

    Well, right now I cant access those links.

    This:

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    /forum/odds/users/168

    and this: here

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    /forum/predictions/index

    I looked around the prediction centre. Do you have an alternate link(s)?

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    Anonymous
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    #156952

    why did you put Rosamund Pike in supporting?! she belongs in lead

    and put Jessica Chastain for Miss Julie. 

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    Edwin Drood
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    why did you put Rosamund Pike in supporting?! she belongs in lead

    and put Jessica Chastain for Miss Julie. 

    ^this

    Also, Streep should be an option in lead for Into the Woods.  I remember last year whoever makes up these lists put her into supporting for A:OC; took months before she was finally put in as an option in lead…

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    Edwin Drood
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    #156954

    LMAO “The Imitation Game” at number 15.

    Curious as to whether you are laughing because you believe this placement to be too high or too low…

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    Laactingnyc
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    Jessica Chastain should definitely be put in for Miss Julie. And while you’re at it put in Samantha Morton in supporting for Miss Julie. They are both 2 time oscar nominees, so its very possible they will get nominated.

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    Halo_Insider
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    [quote=”seabel”]LMAO “The Imitation Game” at number 15.

    Curious as to whether you are laughing because you believe this placement to be too high or too low…[/quote]

    I’m assuming too low? The film has probably one of the baitier premises of the awards season and could be Harvey Weinstein’s golden child of the season (unless Eleanor Rigby and/or Big Eyes really explode in buzz). 

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    Edwin Drood
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    [quote=”Edwin Drood”][quote=”seabel”]LMAO “The Imitation Game” at number 15.

    Curious as to whether you are laughing because you believe this placement to be too high or too low…[/quote]

    I’m assuming too low? The film has probably one of the baitier premises of the awards season and could be Harvey Weinstein’s golden child of the season (unless Eleanor Rigby and/or Big Eyes really explode in buzz). [/quote]

    I, too, would assume “too low”.  The current release date (on IMDB) is NOV 21 – the slot in which TWC released Silver Linings Playbook in ’12 and Philomena in ’13…

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    KyleBailey
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    #156958

    James Corden for “Into the Woods” is the leading male of the movie. He plays The Baker and that is the lead of the movie. 

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    Lionel Fox
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    Where is Emily Blunt in ‘ Into the Woods’? She should’ve been put in either Best Leading Actress of Best Supporting Actress already. WHERE IS SHE?

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    KyleBailey
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    She would be lead. The Baker’s Wife and the Witch are the co leads of Into the Woods for women. 

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