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2017 Oscar Predictions: ALL CATEGORIES (January 1)

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It’s getting close, only three weeks until Oscar nominations for the 89th Academy Awards are announced. We will have just one more official predictions list, in about two weeks. But this is where the state of the race is on the first day of the new year, before the Golden Globe Awards and before the majority of industry guilds, including the Producers Guild and Directors Guild, announce their nominees. Those guilds can change everything we thought we knew as they sometimes do.

Here are the 2017 Oscar predictions in 21 categories from the Gold Rush Gang for January 1st. To follow the predictions as they are updated live start here.

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2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-directing-damien-chazelle-barry-jenkins-kenneth-lonergan-martin-scorsese-david-mackenzie-denis-villeneuve-garth-davis

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-best-actor-casey-affleck-denzel-washington-ryan-gosling-andrew-garfield-viggo-mortensen-tom-hanks-joel-edgerton

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-best-actress-emma-stone-natalie-portman-amy-adams-isabelle-huppert-meryl-streep-annette-bening

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-supporting-actor-mahershala-ali-jeff-bridges-dev-patel-lucas-hedges-hugh-grant-kevin-costner

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-supporting-actress-viola-davis-michelle-williams-naomie-harris-nicole-kidman-octavia-spencer-greta-gerwig

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-writing-adapted-screenplay-moonlight-arrival-fences-silence-lion-love-and-friendship-elle

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-writing-original-screenplay-manchester-by-the-sea-la-la-land-hell-or-high-water-the-lobster-captain-fantastic-jackie

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-film-editing-la-la-land-arrival-moonlight-hell-or-high-water-silence-manchester-by-the-sea-hacksaw-ridge

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-cinematography-la-la-land-silence-moonlight-arrival-nocturnal-animals-jackie-lion-cafe-society

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-production-design-la-la-land-silence-fantastic-beasts-jackie-rogue-one-hacksaw-ridge-handmaiden-live-by-night-arrival

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-costume-design-silence-florence-foster-jenkins-la-la-land-fantastic-beasts-love-and-friendship-dressmaker-handmaiden-allied

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-makeup-hairstyling-deadpool-a-man-called-ove-florence-foster-jenkins-star-trek-beyond

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-music-original-score-la-la-land-moonlight-lion-jackie-bfg-rogue-one-florence-foster-jenkins-fantastic-beasts

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-music-original-song-la-la-land-moana-hidden-figures-13th-jim-james-foley-story-sing-street-sausage-party-zootopia-before-the-flood

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-sound-editing-arrival-hacksaw-ridge-rogue-one-sully-deepwater-horizon-hell-or-high-water-billy-lynn-patriots-day-passengers

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-sound-mixing-la-la-land-arrival-hacksaw-ridge-rogue-one-silence-sully-deepwater-horizon-patriots-day-jungle-book

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-visual-effects-jungle-book-rogue-one-arrival-doctor-strange-fantastic-beasts-deepwater-horizon

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-animated-feature-zootopia-kubo-moana-red-turtle-my-life-as-a-zucchini-sing

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-documentary-feature-oj-made-in-america-13th-ivory-game-cameraperson-i-am-not-your-negro-life-animated-fire-at-sea-weiner-eagle-huntress

2017-oscar-predictions-january-1-foreign-language-film-toni-erdmann-land-of-mine-the-salesman-a-man-called-ove-paradise-my-life-as-a-zucchini-its-only-the-end-of-the-world

About Erik Anderson

Erik thanks his mother for his love of all things Oscar, having watched the Academy Awards together since he was in the single digits; making lists, rankings and predictions throughout the show. This led him down the path to obsessing about awards. Much later, he found himself at GoldDerby, led by Tom O’Neill and then migrated over to Oscarwatch (now AwardsDaily), headed up by Sasha Stone before breaking off to create AwardsWatch. He is a member of the International Cinephile Society, GALECA (The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics), the International Press Academy and is the founder/owner of AwardsWatch.

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