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2018 Oscar Predictions: THE SCREENPLAYS (June)

Call Me By Your Name and The Papers have commanding leads in Adapted Screenplay and Original Screenplay, respectively. Each outnumber their #2 rivals by exactly 20 points with both films in the top 5 for Best Picture (with The Papers at #1) an in Best Director Spielberg sits in the top spot while CMBYN‘s Luca Guadagnino is just outside the ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions: THE SCREENPLAYS (April)

Not much change this month in the screenplay categories from last month; Adapted Screenplay has the same top 6 and in the same order with Wonderstruck holding a commanding lead but Call Me Your Name is still strong and Lean on Pete gains in points. Original Screenplay is virtually unchanged in its top 5 save for the addition of The ...

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2018 Oscar Predictions – THE SCREENPLAYS

Screenplay predictions can be a bit tricky this early on as we saw with this year’s Adapted Screenplay Oscar winner Moonlight, which won multiple Original Screenplay citations from critics as well as the Writers Guild of America but was deemed Adapted by the Academy deep into the Oscar season. Both screenplay categories are top-heavy with Best Picture material at the ...

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Oscar Shocker: Moonlight and Loving Ruled Adapted by the Academy

In a huge shakeup that will impact both of Oscar’s screenplay categories, the scripts for Moonlight and Loving have both been moved to Adapted Screenplay as per the Academy. Both films earned Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations this week. Both screenplays are competing in Original Screenplay with the Writers Guild of America and Moonlight has already won a ...

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2017 Oscar Predictions: THE SCREENPLAYS (August)

Silence remains atop the Best Adapted Screenplay chart and the top four remain the same since the last update in June. Sully rounds out the top 5 but by a very slim margin against the dual #6 films, Lion and Love & Friendship. Original Screenplay is a bit of a different story in that June’s #1, Loving, tumbles to 4th ...

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