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2018 Oscar Predictions: SUPPORTING ACTOR (April)

Not much change in Supporting Actor this month, in fact it’s the same top 5 as last month with just a small amount of movement within that group. Michael Stuhlbarg (Call Me By Your Name) maintains a clear favorite but Steve Buscemi (Lean on Pete) moves up and starts to close the gap. Neither actor has ever been Oscar-nominated. Although ...

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2017 Oscars: Details and Presenters for the 89th Academy Awards

Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd are the producers for the 89th Academy Awards. Watch here for updated information on presenters, performers and more. The 89th Oscars® telecast will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and air live Sunday, February 26, on the ABC Television Network. First Slate of Presenters LEONARDO DICAPRIO BRIE LARSON MARK RYLANCE ALICIA VIKANDER Second Slate of Presenters ...

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2016 Oscars Theme: We All Dream in Gold

The theme for the 2016 Oscars has been revealed just two days ahead of the nomination announcement: We All Dream in Gold. With it comes a new clip and a wave of posters featuring Lupita Nyong’o, Jamie Foxx and Meryl Streep. Look further though and you might notice something; the Oscars, with this campaign, seem to be trying very hard ...

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Awardswatch’s Best Actor Nominee Rankings – 2000s Edition

The Best Picture Rankings of the 2000s era nominees proved so popular that we’re back and this time counting down the Best Actor nominees! Awardswatch voters dug deep to analyze which Oscar nominated performances have stuck with us the most and which have been forgotten. Surprisingly, there were no ties in the Best Actor list. A huge thank you to ...

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Ridley Scott: Can He Get His Awards Mojo Back?

The Counselor appears to be one of the first big box office and critical casualties of awards season. Currently sitting at 35 % on Rotten Tomatoes and 49 on metacritic, with a tepid 8 million dollar opening weekend in North America, to call it a critical and commercial bomb would probably be understating matters. While this isn’t quite a disaster on the ...

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Review: The Counselor (Ridley Scott, 2013)

I had read Cormac McCarthy’s script for The Counselor earlier this year. Like you will no doubt hear in other reviews of the film itself, it’s not a story that is easy to follow. And I have to agree. Sometimes, one may foolishly wonder if the screenwriter himself may know what’s going on. But it was an intoxicating, albeit dense ...

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