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FINAL 2019 Oscar Predictions: MAKEUP & HAIRSTYLING

Vice (Annapurna) BAFTA may have gone for The Favourite but that film isn’t nominated for the Oscar. Of the three films that are (why are there still only three nominees here?), Vice has the most makeup, wins at Critics’ Choice and MUAH but most of all, it’s the only Best Picture nominee. That all but locks it here and it’s …

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From left; The Favourite and Black Panther will be fighting for both I’ve sort of hammered away both in print and on podcasts that Production Design and Costume Design go hand in hand and in fact, they have 9 times since 2000 – for Best Picture winners and nominees alike as well as non-BP nominees. Although names don’t appear on …

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2019 Oscar Predictions: MAKEUP & HAIRSTYLING (February)

The Academy has has an odd history with this category. It’s bizarrely stuck at only three nominees when year to year shows there are more than enough contenders to flesh it out to five. Between traditional hairstyles of Victorian period pieces to elaborate fat suits and facial prosthetics, it remains a mystery that the Makeup & Hairstyling branch hasn’t made …

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2019 Oscar Predictions: ORIGINAL SCORE and ORIGINAL SONG (November)

If Beale Street Could Talk and A Star Is Born remain atop the Original Score and Original Song chart for November. This month sees a move into the top 5 for Black Panther, which would be a first Oscar nomination for composer Ludwig Göransson, who previously scored Creed, Venom earlier this fall and Creed II which opens this weekend. Max Richter …

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‘Black Panther,’ ‘Mary Queen of Scots,’ HBO’s ‘Succession’ among Hollywood Music in Media Awards winners

Black Panther topped the Hollywood in Music Media Awards last night with three big wins: Original Score – Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror for Ludwig Goransson, Original Song – Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror for “All the Stars” and Soundtrack Album.  Max Richter’s score for Mary Queen of Scots won the top award of the night, Original Score – Feature Film and “Shallow” from A Star Is Born won …

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2019 Oscar Predictions: BEST ACTRESS (October)

Best Actress continues to the year’s most stacked and competitive categories and that’s a good thing. It also means that some major names, including previous Oscar winners, will likely have to make room for newcomers and seemingly solid contenders might find themselves struggling for a nomination. I’m keeping Glenn Close (The Wife) at #1 for another month. With her overdue …

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