Oscar Experts slugfest: Our nominations predictions in all 23 categories

Will “Everything Everywhere All at Once” be everywhere in Tuesday’s Oscar nominations? And after scoring 14 BAFTA nominations, will “All Quiet on the Western Front” make a very loud splash? Gold Derby editors and Experts Christopher Rosen and Joyce Eng are here with her final (for now) Oscar predictions.

Best Picture has been, uh, hard to fill out with 10 films, let’s say, but after Producers Guild of America Awards nominations and BAFTA nominations, the picture (no pun intended) is coming into focus. However, we differ on one pick in our lineups.

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Rounding out all four acting categories is also giving us agita. After missing SAG and a partially juried BAFTA field of six, Michelle Williams (“The Fabelmans”) is on the ropes in Best Actress. Or is she? Could Viola Davis (“The Woman King”) be the annual snubbee of people who hit all the major precursors? And what are the chances that voters nominate her in supporting? And are either of us joining the Andrea Riseborough (“To Leslie”) hive?

Elsewhere, we pour one out for “Women Talking” and Twitter queen Sarah Polley.

Email your questions at slugfests@goldderby.com.

Timestamps:
Intro and Best Picture (0:00)
Best Director (12:35)
Best Actress (21:50)
Best Actor (31:15)
Best Supporting Actress (33:34)
Best Supporting Actor (44:17)
Screenplay awards (49:27)
Below-the-line categories (54:48)
Animated, doc, international features and shorts (1:09:27)
Final thoughts (1:16:20)

Oscar odds for Best Picture
Who will win?

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