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2015 Oscars: Gold Rush Gang Oscar Predictions August 2014 – Birdman Flies, Boyhood Grows Up, Selma Marches On

Results are in for the most current Gold Rush Gang Oscar predictions and Fox Searchlight’s Birdman continues to hold strong, Paramount’s Selma rises and both IFC’s Boyhood and The Weinstein Company’s perceived main horse, The Imitation Game, make gains in multiple categories. Plus, we’ve added the below-the-line predictions in all categories save Documentary Feature and Foreign Language Film for now. ...

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Gold Rush Gang Oscar Predictions – May 2014

  The new round of Gold Rush Gang Oscar predictions is up with some changes from last month, an increased strength for Foxcatcher after its success at Cannes and some films and performances dropping off the radar. Don’t forget to check the Gold Rush Gang charts to see who’s voting for whom and align yourself with the best of the ...

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Oscar Podcast #13: Post-Cannes Predictions

In this podcast, Erik, Peter and new Gold Rush Gang member Matt L. discuss the Cannes Film Festival and its winners and losers and how it will affect the Oscar race. We also discuss our current Oscar predictions, featuring Foxcatcher, Unbroken, Angelina Jolie, Julianne Moore, Harvey Weinstein and Fox Searchlight. Links: Direct Download  Permanent Link

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Gold Rush Gang Oscar Predictions: April 2014

April 2014 predictions from the best Oscar predictors in the business, The Gold Rush Gang, are here! In Best Picture, support for Big Eyes, Birdman, Foxcatcher, Inherent Vice and Interstellar is still strong. Unbroken is still trying to break into that top 5 but who would it unseat? Fury and Get On Up drop a bit, each losing one vote from last month. ...

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Gold Rush Gang Predictions: March 2014

The first batch of predictions from the newly inducted Gold Rush Gang are ready for perusing! 2014 looks to be a fantastic and fascinating year for predictions and the list of Best Picture candidates shows that. While most of the films seem to be on the indie side there are some clear blockbusters (Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, starring the newly Oscar-ed ...

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