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Final Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG) Nomination Predictions

I know it says ‘final’ up there but it probably should just say ‘official’ since my mind keeps changing as I write this and the moment I click ‘publish’ it will again. It’s a stacked year here and none more than in the guild’s top category Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. There’s only room for five ...

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FINAL Golden Globe Nomination Predictions: Will Get Out Get In?

The Golden Globes are the first major televised awards show of the season and it all starts right here, with the nominations. Every year the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) must fend off jabs that the 90+ organization of foreign journalists (representing 55 countries) is nothing less than having a chance to hob-knob with stars but in the recent past ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: SOUND EDITING and SOUND MIXING (December Part 1)

As we saw in Film Editing and Cinematography, Dunkirk continues to dominate the tech categories and Sound Editing and Sound Mixing is no different. Blade Runner 2049 is still runner-up in both of those as well and there is very little movement in either category at this time. They will likely remain so until the two major sound guilds, the ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: PRODUCTION DESIGN and COSTUME DESIGN (December Part 1)

Blade Runner 2049 and Phantom Thread lead the Production Design and Costume Design predictions, respectively, once again and with a stranglehold on those #1 spots. Dunkirk and Darkest Hour swap places and Downsizing is the month’s sole debut in Production Design. Costume Design has even less change, with Wonder Woman inching up and Murder on the Orient Express inching down. ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: FILM EDITING and CINEMATOGRAPHY (December Part 1)

Dunkirk remains the strong frontrunner for Film Editing (but Get Out is gaining fast) and increases its lead in Cinematography over Blade Runner 2049 just a bit the first half of this month. The Florida Project, Lady Bird and Baby Driver pop up in Film Editing as debuts this month. Very little movement in Cinematography this month; The Post moves ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM (December Part 1)

We’re just about a week away from the announcement of the nine finalists for Foreign Language Film so this will be our last predictions for the shortlist. Israel’s Foxtrot still leads our chart to make that shortlist with Russia’s Loveless and France’s BPM remaining in 2nd and 3rd place. Sweden’s The Square makes a considerable move from #8 to #4 ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: ANIMATED FEATURE (December Part 1)

Disney/Pixar’s Coco remains atop the chart for Animated Feature this month, as it has every month. The Breadwinner stays solid at #2 and although The LEGO Batman Movie stays at #3 it is gaining in points. It’s up from 19 last month to 26 this month. The Annie nominations were announced earlier this week where Coco and The Breadwinner led ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: THE SCREENPLAYS (December Part 1)

Call Me By Your Name remains atop the Adapted Screenplay list and really, why wouldn’t it? Not only is it a major Best Picture contender but the dearth of competition here makes it such lock that it’s almost pointless to pretend anything else will overtake it. The top four here are pretty solid, making the #5 quite open to just ...

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