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See how you did predicting the Producers Guild Awards

By Gold Derby News Desk
By Gold Derby News Desk
Jan 27 2013 08:00 am
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Over 400 Gold Derby readers predicted the winners in 9 categories at the Golden Globes for film. In total, our Users logged over 3,300 predictions.

To see your results, log into your account and under your profile picture click Producers Guild Awards 2012. And to find out where you rank on our leaderboard, click here.

For a full breakdown of our results by category, click here.

As expected, "Argo" won Best Picture but "Wreck-It Ralph" surprised as Best Animated Feature. On the TV front, six of the seven categories went to the frontrunners; the exception was Best Reality Series with "American Masters" repeating.

Despite these surprises, two of our users -- DanielVaz and coni21 -- managed to correctly predict all nine of the winners. And another 25 got eight of the categories correct. 

Our top eight Experts all went seven for nine. They were: Matt Atchity (Rotten Tomatoes), Thom Geier (Entertainment Weekly), Tariq Khan (Fox News), Steve Pond (The Wrap), Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby), Sasha Stone (Awards Daily), Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) and Susan Wloszczyna (USA Today).

Three of our Experts -- Edward Douglas (Coming Soon), Keith Simanton (IMDb) and Tom O'Neil (Gold Derby) -- got six categories correct.

Thelma Adams (Yahoo) and Kevin Polowy (Next Movie) got two of their three predictions right while Glenn Whipp (LA Times) was blanked in one prediction. 

Among our Editors, Chris Beachum, Daniel Montgomery and David Schenlwar were tops with seven categories correct, followed by Darrin Dortch and Marcus Dixon with six right and Robert Licuria with five. 

 
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