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Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS (July)

In the Best Supporting Actress race, Rooney Mara (Carol) has kept her significant lead. With her Best Actress win at Cannes and that her film was the first seen has kept her at the top of the heap and probably will for some time. Jane Fonda’s 6-minute scene in Youth (also at Cannes) was heavily buzzed but she’ll likely be ...

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Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST ACTRESS (July)

As is often the case with Awardswatch and our Gold Rush Gang, the Best Actress race is usually our best category and we’ve been solid with our predictions so early in the year that we often go 4/5 right out of the gate. Barring shifts in release dates, we can zero in on roles and performances in any given year, ...

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Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST ACTOR (July)

Again this month the top two Best Actor contenders, Eddie Redmayne (The Danish Girl) and Leonardo DiCaprio (The Revenant) remain intact. DiCaprio still even has the same point total. Redmayne drops just one point this month, with Gold Rush Gang member Jason switching out Redmayne for the #1 slot in favor of Tom Hiddleston (I Saw the Light). Although Hiddleston ...

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Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST ACTOR (June)

Some big changes this month in Best Actor. The top two guys, Eddie Redmayne in The Danish Girl and Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant are still firmly in #1 and #2, respectively, and even move up in points a bit. Redmayne, now with 49, has 1st place votes with nine of the ten Gold Rush Gang members (I’m looking at ...

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Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar Predictions: BEST DIRECTOR (June)

As what happened in our Best Picture chart, The Revenant from 20th Century Fox is also losing steam in Best Director. Also from 20th Century Fox, Joy‘s David O. Russell continues to keep his #1 status and by a good margin, too. Every single Gold Rush Gang member has him as their #1 or #2, save Adam Norbury, who has him at #4. ...

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