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ADG Awards 2012

ADG Awards 2012

Over the first 16 years of these kudos, the eventual Oscar champ has always been found among the nominees in the various categories. The prizes will be handed out at the Beverly Hilton on Feb. 2 with Paula Poundstone emceeing the kudos for the fourth year running. All five Oscar nominees for Production Design are represented among the Art Directors Guild nominees. Three of them are nomininated in the Period Film category: "Anna Karenina" (Sarah Greenwood), "Les Miserables" (Eve Stewart), and "Lincoln" (Rick Carter). Rounding out that category are "Django Unchained" (J. Michael Riva) and "Argo" (Sharon Seymour). The remaining two Oscar contenders are nominated for Fantasy Film: "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" (Dan Hennah) and "Life of Pi" (David Gropman). They are joined by "Cloud Atlas" (Uli Hanisch and Hugh Bateup), "The Dark Knight Rises" (Nathan Crowley and Kevin Kavanaugh), and "Prometheus" (Arthur Max). None of the five nominees for Contemporary Film are up for an Oscar this year. They are "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" (Alan MacDonald), "Flight" (Nelson Coates), "The Impossible" (Eugenio Cabellero), "Skyfall" (Dennis Gassner), and "Zero Dark Thirty" (Jeremy Hindle).
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WGA Awards 2012

WGA Awards 2012

The Writers Guild of America revealed nominations on Friday, Jan. 4, for the 65th annual edition of its awardsfest. Because these kudos only consider scripts written under the guild's guidelines or those of several international partners, several leading Oscar contenders are missing. WGA nominees for original screenplay include Oscar contenders "Zero Dark Thirty" (Mark Boal), "Moonrise Kingdom" (Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola), and "Flight" (John Gatins). The last two slots were taken by "Looper" (Rian Johnson) and "The Master" (Paul Thomas Anderson). Only "Zero Dark" writer Boal is a previous winner at the WGA (for "The Hurt Locker"). Wes anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson are previous nominees. Four of the five Oscar contenders for Adapted Screenplay are also in contention at the WGA Awards: "Argo" (Chris Terrio) "Life of Pi" (David Magee), "Lincoln" (Tony Kushner), and "Silver Linings Playbook" (David O. Russell). Rounding out the category is "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" (Stephen Chbosky). Kushner is the only previous winner in this race; he won for the TV miniseries adaptation of his play "Angels in America." Ineligible at the WGA Award were films including "Amour," "Django Unchained," and "Beasts of the Southern Wild," which went on to receive screenwriting bids at the Oscars. Six films are nominated for Documentary Screenplay, including two Oscar nominees: "Searching for Sugar Man" (Malik Bendejelloul) and "The Invisible War" (Kirby Dick). The other four in contention are "West of Memphis" (Amy Berg and Billy McMillin), "The Central Park Five" (Sarah Burns, David McMahon, and Ken Burns), "Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God" (Alex Gibney), and "We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists" (Brian Knappenberger).
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ACE Eddie Awards 2012

ACE Eddie Awards 2012

American Cinema Editors nominations include all of the frontrunners for Best Picture at the Oscars. "Argo," "Life of Pi," "Lincoln" and "Zero Dark Thirty" vie on the drama side while "Silver Linings Playbook" contends for the comedy/musical cutting award. These five films are also up for Best Editing at the Oscars. Rounding out the drama slate at the Eddies is "Skyfall." The comedy/musical category also includes: "Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," "Les Miserables," "Moonrise Kingdom" and "Ted." The winner of the Golden Eddie has proven to be one of the best indicators of which film takes home the Best Picture Oscar. Since 1990, the film that came up with the ACE went on to win the top prize at the Academy Awards 16 times. In four of the six years when the ACE barometer was wrong, the Eddie champ was at least a contender for Best Picture. That includes 2010 when the team that cut critics' darling "The Social Network" (Angus Wall, Kirk Baxter) won over the Eddies and claimed the editing Oscar as well but saw their film fall to "The King's Speech" for the Best Picture prize. In 2007, neither of the Eddie winners -- "The Bourne Ultimatum" nor "Sweeney Todd" -- made the final five at the Oscars and 1999 the same fate befell "The Matrix" and "Being John Malkovich." Though ACE has a good track record as a Best Picture predictor and a great one for forecasting who will win the Editing Oscar (18 out of 22 years), it is surprising that it is not all knowing when it comes to the Editing Oscar nominations. Since 1992, when the Eddies went to five nominees from three, 87 of the 100 Oscar nominees for Editing had first reaped a Golden Eddie nod. Last year, five of the Eddie nominees comprised the Oscar slate. In 2010,  four Eddie nominees contended at the Oscars ("127 Hours" got the fifth slot) while in 2009, only three of five ACE drama nominees -- "Avatar," "District 9" and "The Hurt Locker" -- reaped Oscar bids with "Inglorious Basterds" and "Precious" added to the mix. Although this track record appears impressive enough, ACE doubled its chances of getting it right when it split Dramas and Comedy/Musicals into separate kudos in 1999. Three years ago, the Comedy/Musical Eddie went to Stephen Schaffer for "Wall-E." Schaffer -- a 2004 nominee for "The Incredibles" -- made history with this win as it was the first time an animated film had taken one of these kudos since they were first handed out 63 years ago. Since then, the Eddies have introduced a separate Animated cateogry. This year's nominees are: "Brave," "Frankenweenie," "Rise of the Guardians" and "Wreck-It Ralph." The Eddie Awards take place on Feb. 16 at the Beverly Hilton.
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PGA Awards 2012

PGA Awards 2012

The 10 nominees for Best Picture include eight of the Oscar contenders, including frontrunner "Lincoln" as well as "Zero Dark Thirty," "Argo," "Les Miserables," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Life of Pi," "Django Unchained" and "Beasts of the Southern Wild."  Rounding out the roster for the 24th annual edition of these awards are "Moonrise Kingdom" and "Skyfall" (#13) while the Oscars Best Picture list of nine nominees includes "Amour." The guild and Oscars have agreed on 15 of the most recent 22 Best Picture champs, including the last five in a row. Key to the import of this precursor prize is that it picks a winner using the same kind of counting as the Oscars -- the preferential ballot.  Just as the guild follows the motion picture academy's eligibility period by considering films released during the 2011 calendar year, so too it heeds to the TV academy's schedule and nominates programs airing between June 1, 2010 and May 31, 2011. Two-time Emmy winner "Modern Family" defends its PGA title against two-time Golden Globe winner "Glee," three-time PGA winner "30 Rock" and category newcomers "The Big Bang Theory" and "Parks and Recreation." All five of these shows were in the running at this year's Emmys.  Five of the six Emmy nominees for top drama series are also in contention for the PGA prize: reigning three-time champ "Mad Men" hopes to four-peat as it did at the Emmys against returning nominee "Dexter" and first-time contenders "Boardwalk Empire," "Game of Thrones" and "The Good Wife."  Among non-fiction programming, "The Deadliest Catch" defends its title against returning nominees "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations" and "Undercover Boss" and newcomers "30 for 30" and "American Masters."  The catch-all category has been divided into separate competition and live entertainment/talk races. Last year's winner "The Colbert Report" is up against returning nominee "Real Time with Bill Maher,"  reigning Daytime Emmy champ "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," "Saturday Night Live" and the Emmy-winning 2010 Tonys kudocast.  Eight-time Emmy winner "The Amazing Race" contends against 2010 Emmy winner "Top Chef," "American Idol," "Dancing With the Stars" and "Project Runway." 
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DGA Awards 2012

DGA Awards 2012

Only two of the five nominees for the Directors Guild of America -- Ang Lee ("Life of Pi") and Steven Spielberg ("Lincoln") -- are in contention at the Oscars. The other three DGA contenders are: Ben Affleck ("Argo"), Kathryn Bigelow ("Zero Dark Thirty") and Tom Hooper ("Les Miserables"). Spielberg's nomination is a welcome rebound after he was snubbed last year for "War Horse." Previously, Spielberg won three of his 10 bids ("The Color Purple," 1985; "Schindler's List," 1993; and "Saving Private Ryan," 1998) and last contended in 2005 for "Munich." He won Oscars for helming "Schindler's List" and "Saving Private Ryan."  Bigelow won the DGA for "The Hurt Locker" (2009), Hooper for "The King's Speech" (2010) and Lee for "Brokeback Mountain" (2005). All three went on to repeat at the Oscars. This is Affleck's first nomination. Historically, the DGA nominees have had an impressive overlap with the Oscar list. The two awards usually agree on winners too. Since the guild began handing out awards in 1949, the winning helmer has gone on to take home the Oscar with six exceptions: 1968 -- DGA to Anthony Harvey for "The Lion in Winter" and Oscar to Carol Reed for "Oliver!" 1972 -- DGA to Francis Ford Coppola for "The Godfather" and Oscar to Bob Fosse for "Cabaret" 1985 -- DGA to Steven Spielberg for "The Color Purple" and Oscar to Sydney Pollack for "Out of Africa" 1995 -- DGA to Ron Howard for "Apollo 13" and Oscar to Mel Gibson for "Braveheart" 2000 -- DGA to Ang Lee for "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and Oscar to Steven Soderbergh for "Traffic" 2002 -- DGA to Rob Marshall for "Chicago" and Oscar to Roman Polanski for "The Pianist" And in the history of the DGA prize, the guild choice for Best Director has helmed the academy's pick for Best Picture 50 times. The 13 exceptions are: 1948 -- DGA to "A Letter to Three Wives" and Oscar to "Hamlet" 1951 -- DGA to "A Place in the Sun" and Oscar to "An American in Paris" 1952 -- DGA to "The Quiet Man" and Oscar  to "The Greatest Show on Earth" 1956 -- DGA to "Giant" and Oscar to "Around the World in 80 Days" 1967 -- DGA to "The Graduate" and Oscar to "In the Heat of the Night" 1968 -- DGA to "The Lion in Winter" and Oscar to "Oliver!" 1981 -- DGA to "Reds "and Oscar to "Chariots of Fire" 1985 -- DGA to "The Color Purple" and Oscar to "Out of Africa" 1989 -- DGA to "Born on the Fourth of July" and Oscar to "Driving Miss Daisy" 1995 -- DGA to "Apollo 13" and Oscar to "Braveheart" 1998 -- DGA to "Saving Private Ryan" and Oscar to "Shakespeare in Love" 2000 -- DGA to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and Oscar to "Gladiator" 2005 -- DGA to "Brokeback Mountain" and Oscar to "Crash"
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BAFTAs 2012

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"Lincoln" landed a leading 10 BAFTA nominations including Best Picture, but helmer Steven Spielberg was snubbed. Likewise for Tom Hooper who directed rival Best Picture nominee "Les Miserables," which earned nine nods. Both men were nominated by the DGA. The other three DGA contenders were cited by BAFTA for their films which round out the Best Picture race: Ang Lee ("Life of Pi," 9 bids); Ben Affleck ("Argo," 7) and Kathryn Bigelow ("Zero Dark Thirty," 5). (See complete list of nominations here) The Best Director roster also includes Michael Haneke ("Amour," 4 noms) and Quentin Tarantino ("Django Unchained," 5). "Skyfall," which tops the UK's all-time box office, did not make the cut for Best Picture, which is limited to five unlike the Oscars which may go as high as 10. This 23rd installment in the Bond franchise numbers nods for Best British Film as well as featured players Javier Bardem and Judi Dench among its eight. That is one less than Daniel Craig's first foray as Bond in "Casino Royale" (2006) which earned him a Best Actor bid.  This year, BAFTA did away with the long lists that preceded the final nominations and restructured the nomination process to be more like that of the Oscars. Winners will be revealed on Feb. 10, right in the middle of Oscar voting.  All BAFTA members cast nomination ballots for Best Picture and the four performance prizes. Chapters (akin to the academy's branches) determined the nominees for a slew of creative categories --  Adapted Screenplay and Original Screenplay; Cinematography; Costume Design; Director; Editing; Make-Up & Hair; Original Music; Production Design; Sound; and Special Visual Effects. The membership as a whole will vote on the winners of all these races. Members could opt in to chapters and vote for the nominees and winners of the feature prizes for: Animation, British; Documentary; and Foreign-language. Last year, "The Artist" won seven of its leading 12 BAFTA bids -- Best Picture, Director & Original Screenplay (Michel Hazanavicius), Actor (Jean Dujardin), Cinematography, Costume Design and Score. It repeated in all these races but screenplay and cinematography at the Oscars.  "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy," which was second with 11 nominations, had to settle for Adapted Screenplay and Best British Film. Two of the other five films up for Best Picture -- "The Descendants" (3 noms), and "Drive" (4) -- were shut out while "The Help" won just one of its five races -- Supporting Actress (Octavia Spencer); she also claimed the Oscar. "The Iron Lady" won two of its three bids: Best Actress (Meryl Streep) and Makeup and repeated with both at the Oscars. Christopher Plummer ("Beginners") became the oldest BAFTA acting champ with his Supporting Actor win for "Beginnners" before doing the same at the Oscars.  "Hugo," which reaped nine nods but was snubbed in the top race, won two -- Production Design and Sound. It won both those plus Cinematography, Sound Mixing and Visual Effects at the Oscars.  
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Oscars 2012

Oscars 2012

"Lincoln," Steven Spielberg's historical biopic about the passing of the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery, is the top nominee at the Academy Awards with 12 bids including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay. "Lincoln" has swept the nominations throughout the season, also receiving the most bids at SAG, Critics' Choice, the Golden Globes, and BAFTA. It is the director's most nominated film since "Schindler's List" in 1993. To see a complete list of nominees, click here. and then see our lists of the biggest surprises and snubs. Though Spielberg has three Oscars (Director and Picture for "Schindler's," Director for "Saving Private Ryan"), no actor has ever won for his films. This year three will have a chance to break that losing streak: Best Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis), Best Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones), and Best Supporting Actress (Sally Field). "Life of Pi" follows close behind with 11 nominations, including Picture and Director (Ang Lee). Of the top Oscar nominees, it is the only one shut out of the acting categories, but the visually bold shipwreck drama earned nods in multiple craft categories, including Cinematography, Visual Effects, Sound Editing, and Sound Mixing. "Silver Linings Playbook" had a surprisingly strong showing with eight bids, including Picture, Director (David O. Russell), and Adapted Screenplay. It is also nominated in all four acting races, including a surprise Supporting Actress nod for Jacki Weaver. Tom Hooper's musical adaptation "Les Miserables" earned eight nominations, well south of the 11 we forecast. It's nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor (Hugh Jackman), and Best Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway); Hooper was snubbed in the Best Director race. Kathryn Bigelow made history in 2009 by becoming the first woman to win Best Director (for "The Hurt Locker"), but she won't have a chance to repeat for "Zero Dark Thirty." She was left out of that category this year. The film nevertheless earned five nominations, including Picture, Actress (Jessica Chastain), and Original Screenplay. Ben Affleck was another surprise omission. His latest film, "Argo," is up for a better-than-expected seven awards, including Picture, Supporting Actor (Alan Arkin), and Adapted Screenplay, but Affleck himself failed to earn a Directing nod despite much speculation that he could actually win. Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" did better than expected, with five nominations including Picture and Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz). Tarantino was not nominated for Director, but earned a bid for Original Screenplay. "Amour" earned a nomination for Foreign Language Film and is the expected frontrunner in that race. It is also up for Actress (Emmanuelle Riva) and Original Screenplay, as we predicted. But it also earned another pair of major surprise bids: Picture and Director (Michael Haneke). "Beasts of the Southern Wild" also surprised with four nominations. It is nominated for Picture, Actress, and Adapted Screenplay and Benh Zeitlin was recognized in the Best Director category. The Oscars are introducing online voting this year. Final voting takes place from Feb. 8 to Feb. 19, with the 85th Annual Academy Awards taking place on Feb. 24.   Use the gray menu to the left to see the latest Oscar predictions in the top races by our Experts, Editors and Users. View charts that compare these three sets of predix according to the contenders' likelihood of winning. Also read our overviews and handicapping. Click here to make your own predictions at Gold Derby.  And check back with us often as our Experts and Editors weigh in on these races. You can change your predictions as often as you like until the nominations are revealed. 
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Razzie Awards 2012

Razzie Awards 2012

The Razzies have a proud history of honoring the worst in cinema. Former Worst Picture winners include disastrous classics "The Last Airbender" (2010), "Battlefield Earth" (2000), and "Showgirls" (1995). Despite relatively respectable reviews – scoring 52 on MetaCritic, better, for instance. than a recent Oscar nominee for Best Picture, "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" – "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2" swept the Razzie nominations with 11, including Worst Picture. If it wins, it would be the best reviewed movie ever to do so at the Razzies, based on available MetaCritic scores. The film will have strong competition from a pair of previous winners. Adam Sandler co-wrote, produced, and starred in last year's Worst Picture, "Jack and Jill," which won all 10 Razzie categories. He returns this year with another widely panned starring vehicle: the comedy "That's My Boy," in which he plays a man who fathered a child with his teacher when he was 13. The film is up for eight prizes, including Worst Actor for Sandler. Eddie Murphy was a multiple winner for "Norbit" in 2007. This year, his film "A Thousand Words" made the Worst Picture lineup, as well as Worst Actor (Murphy) and Worst Screenplay. Much like 2009 winner "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," "Battleship" is a sci-fi action thriller based on a popular toy, in this case the low-tech board game in which players make guesses to sink each other's hidden fleets. Helmed by actor-turned-director Peter Berg, the film has seven nominations. Rounding out the Worst Picture lineup is the little-seen children's film "Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure." Released in August, the film follows the title characters – named Goobie, Zoozie and Toofie – on their search for five magical balloons. Though the film opened in more than 2,000 theaters, it earned less than half a million dollars in its opening weekend – the worst opening for a wide-release film in box office history. It is also nominated for Worst Ensemble.
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Golden Globes (Film) 2012

Golden Globes (Film) 2012

"Lincoln" leads the Golden Globes for film with seven nominations, including Best Drama Picture. The Steven Spielberg historical drama also racked up nominations for Director, Screenplay (Tony Kushner), Drama Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis), Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones), Supporting Actress (Sally Field), and Score (John Williams). Trailing with five nominations apiece are "Argo" and "Django Unchained." The latter film was skunked by the SAG Awards but picked up Globe nods for Drama Picture, Director and Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino), and two bids for Supporting Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio and Christoph Waltz). "Argo" earned bids for Drama Picture, Supporting Actor (Alan Arkin), Director (Ben Affleck), Screenplay (Chris Terrio), and Score (Alexandre Desplat). "Les Miserables" received a comparatively soft four nominations: Musical/Comedy Picture, Musical/Comedy Actor (Hugh Jackman), Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway), and Song but Tom Hooper was surprisingly overlooked for Best Director. Also with four is "Silver Linings Playbook," up for Musical/Comedy Picture, Musical/Comedy Actor (Bradley Cooper), Musical/Comedy Actress (Jennifer Lawrence), and Screenplay (David O. Russell). Co-star Robert De Niro was snubbed in the Supporting Actor race. Rachel Weisz earned a surprise bid for Drama Actress for her work in "The Deep Blue Sea." She had previously won the New York Film Critics Circle Award, but was recently snubbed by SAG and the Critics' Choice Awards. Other surprises include Richard Gere for Drama Actor in "Arbitrage" and Nicole Kidman, earning another Supporting Actress bid for "The Paperboy" after her surprise nomination at SAG. Early 2012 release "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" made a surprising impact, breaking into three top races: Musical/Comedy Picture and the Musical/Comedy lead acting races for stars Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt. The Globes are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. (HFPA), made up of journalists who cover the American film and TV industries for outlets around the world. The nearly 90 current members of the HFPA represent more than 50 countries. The winners will be announced live on Sunday, January 13, on NBC. The ceremony will be hosted for the first time by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Use the gray drop-down menu above to see the latest Golden Globe predictions by our Experts, Editors and Users. View charts that compare these predix according to the contenders' likelihood of winning and likelihood of being nominated. Also check out our overviews, racetrack odds and handicapping. After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our Golden Globes prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual nominees. (Signing up for a free account takes just a minute.)  Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for Golden Globes are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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Golden Globes (TV) 2012

Golden Globes (TV) 2012

The HBO docudrama "Game Change" leads the Golden Globe nominations for TV with five bids, including Best Movie/Miniseries. Directed by Jay Roach, the film about the 2008 presidential campaign also earned nominations in every eligible acting category: Movie/Mini Actor (Woody Harrelson), Movie/Mini Actress (Julianne Moore), TV Supporting Actor (Ed Harris), and TV Supporting Actress (Sarah Paulson). Last year's Drama Series winner, "Homeland," leads all series with four nominations, including repeat bids for Drama Series, Drama Actor (Damian Lewis), and Drama Actress (Claire Danes), as well as an addition nod for TV Supporting Actor (Mandy Patinkin). "Modern Family" is nominated for three awards: Musical/Comedy Series and supporting nominations for Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara. Interestingly, the ABC comedy, which wom last year's top prize, has earned the exact same nominations for the past three years. Often known for welcoming new shows, the Golden Globes gave freshman comedy "Girls" nominations for Musical/Comedy Series and Musical/Comedy Actress (Lena Dunham). Another HBO series, Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom," earned nominations for Drama Series and Drama Actor (Jeff Daniels). And ABC's country-music soap opera "Nashville" earned a pair of acting nominations: Drama Actress (Connie Britton) and TV Supporting Actress (Hayden Panettiere). The Globes are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), made up of journalists who cover the American film and TV industries for outlets around the world. The nearly 90 current members of the HFPA represent more than 50 countries. The winners will be announced live on Sunday, January 13, on NBC. The ceremony will be hosted for the first time by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who both received Globe nominations today for their respective performances on "30 Rock" and "Parks and Recreation"; Fey is a two-time winner, while Poehler is nominated for the second time.   Use the menu above our overviews and handicapping of all 11 TV races at the Golden Globe Awards. And be sure to check out the charts that show the rankings and odds for all the possible nominees. After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual nominees. (Signing up for a free account takes just a minute.)  Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for the Golden Globe Awards are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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SAG Awards (TV) 2012

SAG Awards (TV) 2012

Use the gray drop-down menu above to see the latest SAG Awards predictions by our Editors and Users. View charts that compare all three predix according to the contenders' likelihood of winning and likelihood of being nominated. Also check out our overviews and handicapping. After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual nominees.  Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for the Screen Actors Guild Awards are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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SAG Awards (Film) 2012

SAG Awards (Film) 2012

The Screen Actors Guild Awards have an impressive track record of foreseeing the Oscars. Of last year's 20 SAG acting nominees, 17 went on to contend at the Academy Awards. Three of the four SAG film acting winners repeated (the exception being Viola Davis from "The Help"). And SAG ensemble champ "The Help" was also one of the nominees for Best Picture at the Oscars. This year, "Lincoln," "Silver Linings Playbook," and "Les Miserables" are the top nominees receiving four nominations apiece, including Best Film Ensemble. Nominations were decided by two randomly selected panels of 2,100 SAG members, and the winners will be determined by the guild's full membership, totalling approximately 100,000, and announced in a live kudocast airing on TNT/TBS on Sunday, Jan. 27 from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.  After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual nominees. (Signing up for a free account takes just a minute.)  Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for the Screen Actors Guild Awards are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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Critics Choice Awards 2012

Critics Choice Awards 2012

The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. (BFCA) is made up of more than 250 TV, radio, and online journalists. "Lincoln" tops the list of nominees for the 18th Annual Critics' Choice Awards on with 13 bids. That breaks the previous record set by "Black Swan," which reaped 12 nominations in 2010; it won just one of those — Best Actress for eventual Oscar champ Natalie Portman.  "Lincoln" earned expected bids for Picture, Director (Steven Spielberg), Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis), Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones), Supporting Actress (Sally Field), and Adapted Screenplay (Tony Kushner), in addition to Acting Ensemble and another six nominations below the line. Following close behind is "Les Miserables," which has 11 nominations. Tom Hooper's film version of the 1987 Tony-winning musical has been mostly shut out of the critics' prizes thus far, but earned nominations including Picture, Director, Actor (Hugh Jackman), Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway), and Acting Ensemble. "Silver Linings Playbook" earned seven nominations for the main awards — Picture, Actor (Bradley Cooper), Actress (Jennifer Lawrence), Supporting Actor (Robert De Niro), Adapted Screenplay and Director for David O. Russell, and Acting Ensemble — and another three in the Comedy categories — Best Comedy Film, Actor in a Comedy (Cooper), and Actress in a Comedy (Lawrence). The Critics' Choice Awards have included an award for Best Comedy since 2005, but the comedy acting races are new additions this year, as are those for Actor and Actress in an Action Movie, for which "The Dark Knight Rises," "Looper," and "Skyfall" received multiple bids. "Zero Dark Thirty," which has already won mutliple critics' prizes for Best Picture, has five nominations: Picture, Director (Kathryn Bigelow), Actress (Jessica Chastain), Original Screenplay (Mark Boal), and Editing. LA Film Critics winner "Amour" failed to make the Critics' Choice top ten for Best Picture, but it earned a pair of bids for Actress (Emmanuelle Riva) and Foreign Film. Surprising contenders singled out by the BFCA include "Skyfall" supporting contenders Javier Bardem and Judi Dench, recent National Board of Review winner Ann Dowd ("Compliance") for Supporting Actress, and "Perks of Being a Wallflower" for Adapted Screenplay. Winners will be announced at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica in a ceremony broadcast live on the CW on Jan. 10, the same day Oscar nominations are announced.
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Grammy Awards 2012

Grammy Awards 2012

While the Grammys have consolidated a load of categories this year, the top four races remain the same: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist. Only one act is nominated in all four categories: the indie pop trio Fun., who contend for their second studio album, "Some Nights," as well as their ubiquitous single "We Are Young," which is up for Record and Song. Fun. have six nominations overall, as do Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, Jay-Z, Mumford and Sons, Frank Ocean and Kanye West. In a year when the Recording Academy spread the wealth among nominees, the winners may be harder to predict than Adele's inevitable sweep last year. Use the menus to see the latest Grammy predictions by our Editors and other Users. View charts that compare all these predix according to the contenders' likelihood of winning. Also check out our overviews, racetrack odds and handicapping. After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual winners.
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Independent Spirit Awards 2012

Independent Spirit Awards 2012

Founded in 1984, the Independent Spirit Awards are presented by Film Independent, a non-profit organization created to support independent filmmaking. The awards honor lower-budget, artist-driven films and in previous years have given top honors to idiosyncratic works including "Sex, Lies, and Videotape," "Pulp Fiction," "Fargo," and "Election." There is not a strong correlation between Best Picture at the Spirit Awards and the Oscars, though many Spirit winners have earned Best Picture nominations. In the last ten years, eight Spirit winners have also been nominated for the top Oscar, and last year, for the first time since "Platoon" in 1986, the Spirit and Oscar went to the same film: "The Artist." Nominated for Best Picture in this year's Spirit race are Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook," both major contenders for Oscars. Also nominated for Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom," Ira Sachs's "Keep the Lights On" and Richard Linklater's "Bernie."
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Razzie Awards Nominations 2012

Razzie Awards Nominations 2012

The Razzies have a proud history of honoring the worst in cinema. Former Worst Picture winners include disastrous classics "The Last Airbender" (2010), "Battlefield Earth" (2000), and "Showgirls" (1995). One to watch in this year's race is "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2," the final installment of the blockbuster franchise about teenage Bella (Kristen Stewart), who is torn between a werewolf (Taylor Lautner) and a vampire (Robert Pattison). The series has picked up multiple nominations over the years, including two Worst Picture bids and multiple nods for its three stars, but its only win was Worst Supporting Actor in 2010 for Jackson Rathbone, who won jointly for "Eclipse" and "The Last Airbender." Will Razzie voters (dis)honor for the finale as a way to recognize the series as a whole? Two multiple-Razzie winners are back with new critically-derided comedies. Eddie Murphy, who won Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actor, and Worst Supporting Actress for "Norbit," stars in "A Thousand Words," in which he plays a literary agent who will die after he speaks the title number of words. Adam Sandler, who swept last year's Razzies for "Jack and Jill," stars in "That's My Boy," in which he plays the estranged father of Andy Samberg. Other films vying for possible nominations include the Kate Hudson romance "A Little Bit of Heaven," the sci-fi action films "Battleship" and "John Carter," "Atlas Shrugged, Part II," the detective thriller "Alex Cross," and the Katherine Heigl comedy "One for the Money."
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Critics Choice Awards Nominations 2012

Critics Choice Awards Nominations 2012

The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. will announce their nominees for the Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday, Dec. 11. Over the 17 years of the Critics' Choice kudos, they have proven to be the most accurate precursor prizes to the Oscars. The 250 members of the BFCA have predicted 11 of the past 17 Best Picture Oscar winners, 11 Best Actors, nine Best Actresses, nine Supporting Actors, and 10 Supporting Actresses as Academy Award champs. They went two for four last year in the acting categories (Octavia Spencer, "The Help" and Christopher Plummer, "Beginners"). Of this year's contenders, Russell Crowe ("Les Miserables") has enjoyed the most success with the BFCA. He won three consecutive Best Actor trophies ("The Insider," 1999; "Gladiator," 2000; "A Beautiful Mind," 2001) and has two other bids. Other multiple winners in the mix this year are Daniel Day-Lewis ("Lincoln") with victories for "Gangs of New York" (2002) and "There Will Be Blood" (2007), Frances McDormand ("Moonrise Kingdom" and "Promised Land") with wins for "Fargo" (1996) and "Almost Famous" (2000), and Meryl Streep ("Hope Springs") with trophies for "Doubt" (2008) and "Julie and Julia" (2009). Other past Critics' Choice champs with awards hopes: Amy Adams ("The Master"), Javier Bardem ("Skyfall"), Helena Bonham Carter ("Great Expectations" and "Les Miserables"), Jamie Foxx ("Django Unchained"), Anne Hathaway ("Les Miserables"), Philip Seymour Hoffman ("The Master"), Anthony Hopkins ("Hitchcock"), Nicole Kidman ("The Paperboy"), Ian McKellen ("The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey"), Helen Mirren ("Hitchcock"), Joaquin Phoenix ("The Master"), and Christoph Waltz ("Django Unchained"). In 2011, "The Artist" and "Hugo" led with 11 bids each for the Critics' Choice Awards. "The Artist" won Best Picture and then won the same category at the Academy Awards a few weeks later. Viola Davis ("The Help") and George Clooney ("The Descendants") were the lead acting winners, and later contended at the Oscars. Of the other BFCA Best Picture contenders, "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," "The Help," "Midnight in Paris," "Moneyball," "The Tree of Life," and "War Horse" were all nodded at the Oscars in that top category as well. In fact, "Drive" was their only nominee that did not receive an Oscar bid. In the Best Actor category, BFCA nominees Clooney, Jean Dujardin ("The Artist"), and Brad Pitt ("Moneyball") contended at the Academy Awards with Dujardin winning there. Their other nominees were Michael Fassbender ("Shame"), Leonardo DiCaprio ("J. Edgar"), and Ryan Gosling ("Drive"). The Best Actress race had Davis, Meryl Streep ("The Iron Lady") and Michelle Williams ("My Week with Marilyn") move on to to the Oscars with Streep prevailing. Tilda Swinton ("We Need to Talk About Kevin"), Charlize Theron ("Young Adult"), and Elizabeth Olsen ("Martha Marcy May Marlene") were their other nominees. The Best Supporting Actor nominees who received Oscar nods were Kenneth Branagh ("My Week With Marilyn"), Nick Nolte ("Warrior"), and Plummer. Albert Brooks ("Drive"), Patton Oswalt ("Young Adult"), and Andy Serkis ("Rise of the Planet of the Apes") did not move on. The Best Supporting Actress lineup included eventual Oscar nominees Berenice Bejo ("The Artist"), Jessica Chastain ("The Help"), Melissa McCarthy ("Bridesmaids"), and Spencer. Carey Mulligan ("Shame") and Shailene Woodley ("The Descendants") were snubbed by the Oscars.  Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for the Critics' Choice Awards are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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Los Angeles Film Critics Awards 2012

Los Angeles Film Critics Awards 2012

The Los Angeles Film Critics will announce their 2012 winners on Dec. 9. Last year, the Southern California group chose "The Descendants" as Best Picture, continuing their love affair with writer/director Alexander Payne. His last two films -- "Sideways" (2004) and "About Schmidt" (2002) -- each won this top prize while his first film, "Election," earned him and collaborator Jim Taylor the New Generation Award in 1999. The pair also won screenplay honors for both "About Schmidt" and "Sideways" while Payne picked up the Best Director prize for the latter. The Best Director award went to Terrence Malick who helmed "The Tree of Life," which was the runner-up for Best Picture. Martin Scorsese ("Hugo") was in second place. Asghar Farhadi ("A Separation") claimed the Best Screenplay award over Payne as well as Nat Faxon and Jim Rash who adapted "The Descendants."  LAFCA cited Michael Fassbender for his leading performances in four films ("A Dangerous Method," "Jane Eyre," "Shame" and "X-Men: First Class") while Yun Jung-Hee was named Best Actress for "Poetry." Michael Shannon ("Take Shelter") was the Best Actor runner-up while Cannes champ Kirsten Dunst ("Melancholia") came in second place among the leading ladies.  Christopher Plummer picked up another Supporting Actor prize for "Beginners" (Patton Oswalt of "Young Adult" was second) and Jessica Chastain edged out Janet McTeer ("Albert Nobbs") to win a bookend for her NYFCC award. The LA critics listed six films next to Chastain's name: "Coriolanus," "The Debt," "The Help," "Take Shelter," "Texas Killing Fields" and "The Tree of Life." Of those winners, Plummer went on to an Oscar win a few weeks later. Chastain was nominated for "The Help," Farhadi for his screenplay, Malick for directing, and "The Descendants" for Best Picture. Fassbender and Jung-Hee did not receive bids from Academy Awards voters. For this year's awards cycle, some of the major contenders who have had good success with the L.A. critics are Daniel Day-Lewis ("Lincoln") with three career wins and Robert De Niro ("Silver Linings Playbook"), Holly Hunter ("Won't Back Down"), Bill Murray ("Hyde Park on Hudson"), and Steven Spielberg ("Lincoln") with two apiece. In this group's recent history, the Best Actress category has been a sore spot in terms of predicting Oscar success. In addition to Jeong-Hee last year, they have completely missed out the past four years on nominations: Kim Hye-Ja ("Mother," 2010), Yolande Moreau ("Seraphine," 2009), and Sally Hawkins ("Happy-Go-Lucky," 2008). Only three ladies out of the past dozen winners have won Oscars the same year: Marion Cotillard ("La Vie en Rose," 2007), Helen Mirren ("The Queen," 2006), and Julia Roberts ("Erin Brockovich," 2000). Before Fassbender's snub last year, the L.A. critics had correctly predicted six Best Actor winners in a row: Colin Firth ("The King's Speech," 2010), Jeff Bridges ("Crazy Heart," 2009), Sean Penn ("Milk," 2008), Day-Lewis ("There Will Be Blood," 2007), Forest Whitaker ("The Last King of Scotland," 2006), and Philip Seymour Hoffman ("Capote," 2005).
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New York Film Critics Awards 2012

New York Film Critics Awards 2012

The winners of the 78th annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards will be announced on Dec. 3. Among the leading contenders, Daniel Day-Lewis ("Lincoln") has been a particular favorite of the NYFCC with three wins: "My Left Foot" (1989), "Gangs of New York" (2002) and "There Will Be Blood" (2007). He won Oscars for the first and last of these films.  Last year, the NYFCC was so determined to get ahead of the other film awards that it unveiled its winners on Nov. 28. "The Artist" won both Best Picture and Best Director (Michel Hazanavicius) at these kudos before taking both these prizes at the Oscars. Meryl Streep won her fourth Best Actress prize from the Gotham critics for her portayal of British PM Margaret Thatcher in "The Iron Lady" and went on to claim her third Oscar for the role. Brad Pitt was cited as Best Actor by the NYFCC for his work in both "Moneyball" and "The Tree of Life." And Jessica Chastain was named Supporting Actress for three films: "The Help," "Take Shelter" and "The Tree of Life." Pitt reaped an Oscar bid for "Moneyball" while Chastain was recognized for "The Help." Other NYFCC winners that also contended at the Oscars were scripters Steve Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin ("Moneyball") and lenser Emmanuel Lubezki ("The Tree of Life").  Albert Brooks won over the NYFCC with his featured role in "Drive" but was snubbed by academy voters.  Two years ago, the NYFCC waited until Dec. 13, the day after winners were announced by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Both groups went with "The Social Network" for Best Picture and its helmer, David Fincher, as Best Director. They also agreed on Colin Firth ("The King's Speech") as Best Actor. Firth prevailed at the Oscars as did his film and its helmer Tom Hooper.  In 2010, the Gotham group went with "The Kids Are All Right" players Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor respectively while Melissa Leo ("The Fighter") won Best Supporting Actress. Only Leo triumphed at the Oscars. The NYFCC love for "Kids" extended to the Screenplay award which was shared by director Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg. They edged out, among others, L.A. champ Aaron Sorkin ("The Social Network") and runner-up David Seidler ("The King's Speech"), who both went on to win Oscars.  In 2009, both groups chose "The Hurt Locker" as the Best Picture and its helmer Kathryn Bigelow as Best Director. And both went with eventual Oscar champs Mo'Nique ("Precious") and Christoph Waltz ("Inglorious Basterds") for the supporting awards. Both of the NYFCC winners of the top acting awards — George Clooney ("Up in the Air") and Streep ("Julie & Julia") — vied for Oscars. New York and L.A. critics don't always select the same film, though. In 2008, the Gothamites chose "Milk" while the west was won over by "Wall-E."  In 2007, NYFCC opted for "No Country for Old Men" and LAFCA  pumped up "There Will Be Blood." And in 2006, the top film for New Yorkers was "United 93" while the L.A. critics penned a love note to "Letters from Iwo Jima." "Milk" did not win best picture with the NYFCC till ballot four with 29 points. "Rachel Getting Married" had 25 points while both "Happy-Go-Lucky" and eventual Oscar champ "Slumdog Millionaire" had 20 points. As Gotham critic circle member Mike D'Angelo of Esquire wrote on his Twitter stream that day: "My sense is that 'Milk' wound up as the I-can-live-with-that compromise choice for voters blocking 'Slumdog' and voters blocking 'Rachel.'" The NYFCC has a history of such compromised decisions. In 1994, "Quiz Show" did not reap any votes during the first voting round but still won the top award after the two camps gave up their fights for "Forrest Gump" and "Pulp Fiction. And "My Left Foot" won Best Picture in 1989 after the critics couldn’t decide between "Do the Right Thing" and "Enemies, A Love Story." At least "My Left Foot" scored a few scattered points on the first ballot.
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National Board of Review Awards 2012

National Board of Review Awards 2012

        The National Board of Review will announce their 2012 awards winners on Dec. 5. Last year, they named "Hugo" the Best Picture while its helmer Martin Scorsese won his third Best Director prize from this New York based awards group. George Clooney ("The Descendants") won his third NBR Best Actor award in five years and Tilda Swinton ("We Need to Talk About Kevin") won Best Actress. Christopher Plummer ("The Beginners") claimed Supporting Actor while "The Descendants" also won Supporting Actress (Shailene Woodley) and Adapted Screenplay (Alexander Payne and Nat Faxon & Jim Rash). Original Screenplay went to Will Reiser for "50/50." Of those winners, Plummer and the "Descendants" writing team went on to win Academy Awards. Clooney, Scorsese, and Hugo were nominated at the Oscars. Swinton, Woodley, and Reiser did not receive bids. Several of this year's major acting contenders have received multiple trophies from this group. Robert De Niro ("Silver Linings Playbook"), Philip Seymour Hoffman ("The Master"), Anthony Hopkins ("Hitchcock"), and Holly Hunter ("Won't Back Down") have each won two apiece. The NBR continues to have a spotty record at crystal balling the Oscars. For the 2010 film year, "The Social Network" swept the NBR, winning Best Picture, Best Actor (Jesse Eisenberg), Best Director (David Fincher) and Best Adapted Screenplay (Aaron Sorkin). Best Actress went to Lesley Manville ("Another Year") while Christian Bale ("The Fighter") and Jacki Weaver ("Animal Kingdom") took the supporting prizes. Only Sorkin and Bale prevailed at the Oscars.  The prior year, "The King's Speech" was almost completely shut out of the NBR kudos, only meriting mention on the list of runners-up for Best Picture. Eventual Oscar champ David Seidler was bested for Original Screenplay by Chris Sparling ("Buried").  Because the NBR is one of the first awards of the season, their members often don't see late entries into the derby that eventually figure into the Oscar race. Two years ago, they missed out on "Blue Valentine" and "Rabbit Hole" which reaped Oscar bids for leading ladies Michelle Williams and Nicole Kidman respectively. This past year, as with the New York Film Critics Circle, the NBR voters did not see "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" which starred Oscar champs Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock and was later nominated as Best Picture at the Oscars. Three years ago, "Up in the Air" won four awards with the NBR -- Best Picture, Best Actor (George Clooney), Best Supporting Actress (Anna Kendrick) and Best Adapted Screenplay (Jason Reitman, Sheldon Turner) -- but was shut out at the Oscars. Long-time NBR favorite Clint Eastwood won Best Director for "Invictus" and that film's star Morgan Freeman tied for Best Actor with Clooney. Sometimes the NBR members just don't take to films which end up being Oscar contenders. Two years ago, they snubbed Best Picture nominees "Black Swan" and "The Kids Are All Right." Three years ago, "Precious" did not make the top 10 with the NBR but did contend at the Oscars. In 2003, the NBR chose to honor "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" with only the Ensemble award while it went on to sweep the Oscars, with a record-tying 11 wins including Best Picture. And in 2001, the NBR completely snubbed "A Beautiful Mind" which was the Academy's choice for Best Picture.
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American Music Awards 2012

American Music Awards 2012

Use the menu above to read our overviews and handicapping of all 20 races. And be sure to check out the charts that show the predicted winners. After reviewing all the nominees, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual winner. (Signing up for a free account takes just a minute.) Remember to rank the nominees in the order in which you think they will win.  And be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors. The AMAs are bestowed across eight genres -- Pop/Rock, Country, Rap/Hip-Hop, Soul/R&B, Alternative, Adult Contemporary, Latin, Contemporary Inspirational, Electronic/Dance -- with two general awards for Artist and New Artist.  For this year's 40th anniversary event, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna lead with the most nominations at four each. Next in line with three nods each are Drake, Justin Bieber, One Direction, and Usher. Nominees for Artist of the Year are Bieber, Drake, Maroon 5, Katy Perry, and Rihanna. The AMAs were created by Dick Clark in 1973 to give ABC a music awards show after the Grammys shifted to CBS. Nominees are determined by a combination of sales, airplay, activity on social networks, and video viewership. For the sixth year, winners will be decided by online voting.
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Grammy Nominations 2012

Grammy Nominations 2012

Use the gray drop-down menu at left to see the latest Grammy predictions by our Editors and Users. Also check out our overviews, racetrack odds and handicapping. After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual winners in the top four categories: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist. In the year leading up to last year's Grammys, it seemed that it would surely be the year of Adele, who ended up sweeping the awards for Album, Record, and Song of the Year for "21" and its hit single 'Rolling in the Deep," while Bon Iver won Best New Artist. This year, there does not seem to be such an early consensus. Buzzed-about newcomers Carly Rae Jepsen, Fun., and Frank Ocean could face off against lauded veterans like Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen, and Bob Dylan. Gotye's top-selling "Somebody That I Used to Know" could be a top contender for Record and Song, while Mumford & Sons could win their first Grammys for their sophomore album "Babel." Could One Direction pull off what Backstreet Boys and N Sync never did by winning Best New Artist? Or will Lana Del Rey become the latest in a long line of solo female artists to claim that title? Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for the Grammy Awards are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors.
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SAG Awards (TV) Nominations 2012

SAG Awards (TV) Nominations 2012

Use the gray drop-down menu above to see the latest SAG Awards predictions by our Editors and Users. View charts that compare all three predix according to the contenders' likelihood of winning and likelihood of being nominated. Also check out our overviews and handicapping. After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual nominees.  Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for the Screen Actors Guild Awards are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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SAG Awards (Film) Nominations 2012

SAG Awards (Film) Nominations 2012

Use the menu above to read our overviews and handicapping of all five film races at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. And be sure to check out the charts that show the rankings and odds for all the possible nominees. After reviewing all the contenders, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual nominees. (Signing up for a free account takes just a minute.)  The Screen Actors Guild Awards have an impressive track record of foreseeing the Academy Awards. Of last year's 20 SAG acting nominees, 17 went on to contend at the Oscars. Three of the four SAG film acting winners went on to prevail at the Academy Awards (the exception being Viola Davis from "The Help"). And SAG ensemble champ "The Help" was also one of the nominees for Best Picture at the Oscars. All the winners of Best Film Ensemble at SAG have gone on to reap Academy Award nominations for Best Picture save one ("The Birdcage," 1996). Seven SAG champs — "Shakespeare in Love," "American Beauty," "Chicago," "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," "Crash," "No Country for Old Men," "Slumdog Millionaire" and "The King's Speech" — also won the top Oscar. Be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites for the Screen Actors Guild Awards are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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CMA Awards 2012

CMA Awards 2012

The 46th annual CMA Awards will be handed out on Nov. 1 in Nashville with the kudocast airing live on ABC. Co-hosting for the fifth year in a row are Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood. Taylor Swift will defend her title as Entertainer of the Year, a prize she won in 2009 and 2011. This year she faces off against Paisley, Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, and Kenny Chesney. But the top nominee overall this year is Eric Church, who leads all artists with five bids, including Album of the Year. Shelton and his wife Miranda Lambert are close behind with four apiece. Use the menu above to read our overviews and handicapping of all 11 races. And be sure to check out the charts that show the predicted winners. After reviewing all the nominees, head over to our prediction center to log your forecasts for the eventual winner. (Signing up for a free account takes just a minute.) Remember to rank the nominees in the order in which you think they will win.  And be sure to check back with us often to see how your favorites are faring among all of our Users as well as with our Editors and Experts.
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