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Golden Globe Nomination Predictions (Film): Can The Martian and Joy Bounce Back?

  After the crazy morning of Screen Actors Guild nominations, the Gold Rush Gang (and I imagine most other Oscar prognosticators) went into a tizzy reworking their Golden Globe predictions. Some big changes, some small but today proved just how unsettled this season is. Early screeners were key for 2,000+ SAG nominating committee, facetime and interviews are big for the ...

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Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Predictions: Spotlight, Room, Brooklyn Expected

The nominations for the 22nd Screen Actors Guild Awards are tomorrow morning and we have the FINAL predictions from The Gold Rush Gang. In the top category, Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, we have eight films vying for five spots. We all agree that The Big Short, Brooklyn, The Martian and Spotlight are locked in but ...

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Los Angeles Film Critics Predictions: Will We See a NYFCC Mad Max Redux?

  With the next big critics group, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, voting tomorrow it’s time to get some predictions out for a group that often searches to the left field for its wins. Interestingly enough, its last week’s groups, the NBR and NYFCC, that seem to have stolen a bit of LA’s winner thunder. Winners like Mad Max: ...

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2016 Oscar Predictions: COSTUME DESIGN

  The 1950s, 1920s, Shakespearian drama and wild, post-apocalyptic fantasy highlight the Costume Design race and its filled with big names like Oscar winners Sandy Powell, Jenny Beavan and Jacquline Durran. In fact, Powell is primed for yet another set of dual nominations, having dressed the actors of both Cinderella and Carol. Those two films are the top two contenders here and ...

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2016 Oscar Predictions: PRODUCTION DESIGN

The 1950s play heavy in this year’s battle for the Production Design Oscar with three films set in the period all aiming for that trophy. Steven Spielberg’s Cold War drama Bridge of Spies leads the charge but the female-led dramas Carol and Brooklyn both have a strong case for a nomination. All three films stand to grab a hefty haul ...

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2016 Oscar Predictions: FILM EDITING

Long ago Film Editing always used to be very closely tied to Best Picture but in the last decade or so genre films have done very well here. Winners like The Bourne Ultimatum, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Matrix have won without the benefit of a Best Picture nomination. This year looks like a very Best Picture-heavy group ...

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2016 Oscar Predictions: ORIGINAL SCORE & ORIGINAL SONG

Although we’ve always our expanded predictions outside of the top 8 categories on main link under Predictions (just use the drop-down menus to 2015/2016 Gold Rush Gang predictions to find all categories) this is the first set of charts for the Gold Rush Gang 2016 Oscar predictions for Original Score and Original Song. Original Score is a particularly competitive category ...

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National Board of Review (NBR) Predictions: Will Warner Bros Go 3/3 Again?

  The National Board of Review will reveal their 2015 winners tomorrow and I have predictions ready to go for you right here. The NBR, although not film critics (as listed on their website: “film enthusiasts, filmmakers, professionals, academics and students”), were established in 1909 and are the oldest organization to give out film awards. They routinely are the first ...

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2015 Film Independent Spirit Award Nomination Predictions

  Yep, we’re here. The kick-off to awards season really starts next week with the announcement of the 31st Film Independent Spirit Award nominations on Tuesday, November 24th. For all of the grief given to the Broadcast Film Critics Association and their Critics Choice Movie Awards for feeling like Oscar’s bastard son, over the last few years the Independent Spirit ...

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