On this 87th podcast I am joined by AwardsWatch staff writer Zach Gilbert to break down the big guild nominations – WGA, DGA and PGA – that are happening this week.
With the Writers Guild eligibility list omitted several top contenders, including Oscar frontrunners, Zach and I agree on most of our predictions with a few outliers seeking one of the final spots. Same goes for the Directors Guild, in both the main award and the First Time Feature award, where we are 4/5 in agreement in two very competitive categories.
The Producers Guild of America nominations is where things get tough as we align on 8/10 in a year where the Oscars return to a straight 10 nominees. Not even in the first two years of 10 nominees (2009 and 2010) did PGA and Oscar lineup exactly so the race is on between House of Gucci, No Time to Die, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Nightmare Alley, The Tragedy of Macbeth and more for those spots, both at PGA and Oscar.
Nominations for the Writers Guild, Directors Guild and Producers Guild are Thursday, January 27.
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This podcast runs 1h 1m 30s with intro and music.