Congratulations to our Experts Alicia Malone (TCM) and Sasha Stone (Awards Daily) for an outstanding score of 78.57% when predicting the 2019 Golden Globe film winners on Sunday. They are best among 26 Experts, journalists who cover the entertainment industry throughout the year, and has a great point score total of 16,692 by using the 500 super bets wisely. See Experts’ scores.
Almost 4,000 people worldwide predicted these film winners for the 14 categories chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The Golden Globes ceremony was live in Beverly Hills and was hosted by Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh on NBC.
Our top scorers had several long shot picks correct. Stone had “First Man” (Best Score), “Green Book” (Best Screenplay) and Mahershala Ali (Best Supporting Actor). Malone had Glenn Close (Best Drama Actress) and Christian Bale (Best Comedy/Musical Actor).
You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions. To see your own scores, go to the User menu in the top right corner of every page of Gold Derby when you’re signed in to the site. Use the drop down menu to go to “View Profile,” then look for the links to your “Award Show Scores.”
For the rest of our Experts, we have a six-way tie for the next spot at 71.43% with Thelma Adams (Gold Derby), Grae Drake (Rotten Tomatoes), Tim Gray (Variety), Michael Musto (NewNowNext), Keith Simanton (IMDB) and Peter Travers (Rolling Stone). Following them in an eight-way tie with 64.29% are Joyce Eng (Gold Derby), Pete Hammond (Deadline), Scott Mantz (Collider), Jack Mathews (Gold Derby), Wilson Morales (BlackFilm), Perri Nemiroff (Collider), Adnan Virk (ESPN) and Susan Wloszczyna (Gold Derby).
Tied in the next spot at 57.14% are Erik Davis (Fandango) and Anne Thompson (Indiewire). There is then a six-way tie at 50.00% between Edward Douglas (Weekend Warrior), Bonnie Fuller (Hollywood Life), Susan King (Gold Derby), Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby), Kevin Polowy (Yahoo) and Brian Truitt (USA Today). Tariq Khan (Fox TV) and Christopher Rosen (TV Guide) follow at 35.71%.
Be sure to check out how our experts rank this year’s Oscar contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own Oscar predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before nominations are announced on January 22.