We predict ‘A Star is Born’ will lead Golden Globe winners for film, but it won’t be a clean sweep

A Star is Born” didn’t earn the most Golden Globe nominations this year — that turned out to be “Vice” with six bids — but we do think it will win the most awards when trophies are handed out on Sunday night, January 6. However, it won’t be a clean sweep like it was for “La La Land” two years ago, or like it was for the Barbra Streisand version of “A Star is Born” 42 years ago. Scroll down for our complete list of predicted winners arranged by film.

Our predictions are based on the combined forecasts of thousands of Gold Derby users, and the consensus is that “A Star is Born” will win three of its five nominations: Best Film Drama, Best Film Drama Actress (Lady Gaga) and Best Song for “Shallow,” which was co-written by Gaga.

Ironically, the only awards the film is expected to lose are the ones for its writer, director and star Bradley Cooper. We think Alfonso Cuaron (“Roma”) will best him for Best Director, while Rami Malek (“Bohemian Rhapsody”) has a slight edge against Cooper for Best Film Drama Actor. But Cooper is also a producer of “A Star is Born,” so if we’re right that it will win the top prize he’ll still take home some hardware.

Three other films are predicted to win multiple awards. We’re betting on “Green Book” to win two out of its five noms: Best Film Comedy/Musical and Best Film Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali). “The Favourite” will also go two-for-five, taking Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress (Olivia Colman) and Best Screenplay. And the aforementioned “Roma” will claim Best Foreign Language Film in addition to directing plaudits for Cuaron.

Do you agree with our forecasts? If you think you know better, you can still make or update your own predictions here until the awards are handed out.

Best Film Drama
Best Film Drama Actress — Lady Gaga
Best Song — “Shallow”

Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress — Olivia Colman
Best Screenplay

Best Film Comedy/Musical
Best Film Supporting Actor — Mahershala Ali

Best Director — Alfonso Cuaron
Best Foreign Language Film

Best Film Drama Actor — Rami Malek

Best Film Supporting Actress — Regina King

Best Score

Best Animated Feature

Best Film Comedy/Musical Actor — Christian Bale

Be sure to make your Golden Globe predictions so that Hollywood insiders can see how their films and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions until winners are announced on January 6. And join in the fierce debate over the 2019 Golden Globes taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our movie forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.

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