Oscar: Way too Early 2015 Oscar Predictions – Round 2

asdOscar: Way too Early 2015 Oscar Predictions – Round 2

If you checked out our previous list, there were a lot of films still not considered. We’ve compiled everything to make this next list. It’s 2014 now and even though the 2013 award circuit hasn’t completed, it is about time that we start looking toward the future.

Click MORE to see the 2015 Early Oscar Predictions:

Best Picture
1. Inherent Vice
2. Interstellar
3. Gone Girl
4. The Imitation Game
5. Unbroken
6. The Grand Budapest Hotel
7. Theory of Everything
8. The Search
9. Boyhood
10. Foxcatcher
11. The Zero Theorm
12. Men, Women, & Children
13. Love & Mercy
14. Knight of Cups
15. Rosewater
16. Untitled Noah Baumbach/Greta Gerwig Public School Project
17. Jersey Boys
18. Dark Places
19. Big Eyes
20. Exodus

HM: Kill the Messenger, Birdman, Into the Woods, The Cobbler, Mr. Turner

Best Director
1. Paul Thomas Anderson, Inherent Vice
2. Christopher Nolan, Interstellar
3. Angelina Jolie, Unbroken
4. David Fincher, Gone Girl
5. James Marsh, Theory of Everything
6. Bennett Miller, Foxcatcher
7. Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel
8. Michel Hazanavicius, The Search
9. Tim Burton, Big Eyes
10. Morten Tyldum, The Imitation Game
11. Richard Linklater, Boyhood
12. Terry Gilliam, The Zero Theorm
13. Terrence Malick, Knight of Cups
14. Jeff Nichols, Midnight Special
15. Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Birdman

HM: Noah Baumbach, While We’re Young; Jason Reitman, Men Women & Children; David Michod, The Rover; Jon Stewart, Rosewater; Peter Bogdanovich, Squirrel to the Nuts

Best Actor
1. Joaquin Phoenix, Inherent Vice
2. Steve Carell, Foxcatcher
3. Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game
4. Michael Keaton, Birdman
5. Matthew McConaughey, Interstellar
6. Ralph Fiennes, The Grand Budapest Hotel
7. Chadwick Boseman, Get On Up
8. Christoph Waltz, The Zero Theorm
9. Gael Garcia Bernal, Rosewater
10. Jesse Eisenberg, The Double
11. Jack O’ Connell, Unbroken
12. Ethan Hawke, Boyhood
13. Paul Dano, Love & Mercy
14. Eddie Redmayne, Theory of Everything
15. Robert Pattinson, The Rover

HM: Phillip Seymour Hoffman, A Most Wanted Man; Christian Bale, Knight of Cups; John Cusack, Love & Mercy; Jeremy Renner, Kill the Messenger; Adam Sandler, The Cobbler

Best Actress
1. Marion Cotillard, MacBeth
2. Carey Mulligan, Far From the Madding Crowd
3. Amy Adams, Big Eyes
4. Charlotte Gainsbourg, Nymphomaniac
5. Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
6. Meryl Streep, Into the Woods
7. Charlize Theron, Dark Places
8. Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl
9. Scarlett Johansson, Under the Skin
10. Marion Cotillard, Two Days One Night
11. Emma Stone, Magic In The Moonlight
12. Imogen Poots, Squirrel to the Nuts
13. Chloe Moretz, Sils Maria
14. Mia Wasiwowska, Carol
15. Natalie Portman, Jane Got A Gun

HM: Keira Knightley, Laggies; Hilary Swank, The Homesman; Kristen Wiig, Welcome to Me; Bernice Bejo, The Search; Nicole Kidman, Grace of Monaco

Supporting Actor
1. Garrett Hedlund, Unbroken
2. Corey Stoll, Dark Places
3. Brendan Gleeson, Calvary
4. Guy Pearce, The Rover
5. Matt Damon, The Zero Theorm
6. Christoph Waltz, Big Eyes
7. Josh Brolin, Inherent Vice
8. Christopher Walken, Jersey Boys
9. Casey Affleck, Interstellar
10. Mark Ruffalo, Foxcatcher
11. Logan Lerman, Fury
12. Jamie Bell, Nymphomaniac
13. Colin Firth, Magic In The Moonlight
14. Aaron Paul, Exodus
15. Adam Driver, While We’re Young

HM: Owen Wilson, Inherent Vice; James Franco, True Story; Edward Norton, Birdman; Gary Oldman, Child 44; John Cusack, Map To The Stars

Supporting Actress
1. Meryl Streep, The Homesman
2. Felicity Jones, Theory of Everything
3. Judy Greer, Men Women & Children
4. Jessica Chastain, Interstellar
5. Reese Witherspoon, Inherent Vice
6. Marcia Gay Harden, Magic In The Moonlight
7. Sophie Okonedo, War Book
8. Jena Malone, Inherent Vice
9. Cate Blanchett, Knight of Cups
10. Amanda Seyfried, While We’re Young
11. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Frank
12. Keira Knightley, The Imitation Game
13. Cate Blanchett, Carol
14. Cate Blanchett, The Monuments Men
15. Jennifer Garner, Men Women & Children

HM: Jessica Lange, The Gambler; Noomi Rapace, Animal Rescue; Annette Bening, The Search; Brie Larson, The Gambler; Meryl Streep, The Giver


7 thoughts on “Oscar: Way too Early 2015 Oscar Predictions – Round 2

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow, glad to see i’m no the only one who tries to predict the 2015 awards season, before the 2014 season even ended 🙂

    Anyway, I think my prediction goes something like this:

    Best Picture:
    Big Eyes
    Gone Girl
    The Imitation Game
    Inherent Vice
    The Search

    Best Director:
    Paul Thomas Anderson – Inherent Vice
    David Ayer – Fury
    David Fincher – Gone Girl
    Christopher Nolan – Intersteller
    (can’t think of a fifth nominee)

    Best Original Screenplay:
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    Gone Girl
    The Imitation Game
    Inherent Vice
    The Search

    Best Lead Actor:
    Steve Carrel – Foxcatcher
    Benedict Cumberbatch – The Imitation Game
    Phillip Seymour Hoffman – A Most Wanted Man
    Michael Keaton – Birdman
    Joaquin Phoenix – Inherent Vice

    Other Options
    Chadwick Boseman – Get on Up | Paul Dano – Love and Mercy | Ben Foster- Lance Armstrong biopic

    Best Lead Actress:
    Amy Adams – Big Eyes
    Berenice Bejo – The Search
    Nichole Kidman – Grace of Monaco
    Emma Stone – Magic in the Moonlight
    Reese Witherspoon – Wild

    Other options:
    Carrey Mulligan – Far from the Madding Crowd

    Best Suppoting Actor:
    Robert De Niro – Hands of Stone
    Robert Duvall – The Judge
    Paul Giamati – Love and Mercy
    JK Simmons – Whiplash
    Christoph Waltz – Big Eyes

    Other Options
    Joel Edgerton – Exodus | Garrett Hedlund – Unbroken | Ethan Hawke – Boyhood | Gary Oldman – Child 44

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Annette Bening – The Search
    Marcia Gay Harden – Magic in the Moonlight
    Keira Knightley – The Imitation Game
    Rosamund Pike – Gone Girl (I guess she will be be considered a supporting actress, after all, she is supposed to be “Gone” throughout most of the movie…)
    Maryl Streep – Into the Woods

    Other Options
    Patricia Arquette – Boyhood | Elizabeth Banks – Love and Mercy | Chloe Moretz – The Equalizer | Krystin Ritter – Big Eyes | Tika Sumpter – Get on Up

    Best Animated Feature:
    Big Hero 6
    The Boxtrolls
    The Boy with the Cuckoo-Clock Heart (there’s always a french film in this category…)
    How to Train Your Dragon 2
    The Lego Movie

    • Matthew Durham says:

      Glad to see I’m not the only one putting my eggs in the Paul Giamatti/Love & Mercy basket. The role sounds baity, and we all know Paul Giamatti can pull off just about any role. “The Lego Movie” is going to storm the animated category.

      • Anonymous says:

        I think that 2014 will be Giamati’s year, with JK Simmons being the runner-up in that category. I also think that Amy Adams will finally take the Best Actress award (after 5 previous nomintations with any wins, just like Kate Winslet).

          • Anonymous says:

            Definitely. I just think that Amy’s win will come earlier. DiCaprio dosen’t have any known projects in 2014, and he won’t be in Scorsese next movie, “Silence”, which comes out in 2015 (it will star Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Liam Nissan and Ken Watanabe).

  2. Thomas Levesque (@LevesqueT) says:

    my early early prediction for the oscars are defently
    best picture
    Big Eyes
    The Cobbler
    Gone Girl
    Inherent Vice

    Best Director
    Angelina Jolie-Unbroken
    Christopher Nolan-Interstellar
    David Fincher-Gone Girl
    Paul Thomas Anderson-Inherent Vice
    Ridley Scott-Exodus

    Best Actor
    Adam Sandler-The Cobbler or Men, women, children
    Brad Pitt-Fury
    Christian Bale-Exodus
    Joaquin Phoenix-Inherent Vice
    Steve Carell-Foxcatcher

    Best Actress
    Amy Adams-Big Eyes
    Emma Stone-Magic In The Moonlight(expecally after cate blanchett’s win and nomination)
    Meryl Streep-Into The Woods
    Nicole Kidman-Grace Of Monaco
    Reese Witherspoon-Wild

    Best Supporting Actor
    Christoph Waltz-Big Eyes
    Dustin Hoffman-The Cobbler
    Johnny Depp-Into The Woods
    Josh Brolin-Inherent Vice
    Mark Ruffalo-Foxcatcher

    Best supporting actress
    Anna Kendrick-Into The Woods
    Jennifer Garner-Men, Women, Children
    Reese Witherspoon-Inherent Vice
    Sigourney Weaver-Exodus
    Vanessa Redgrave-Foxcatcher

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    Gone Girl
    Inherent Vice
    Men, Women, Children

    Best Original Screenplay(the reason i don’t even got grand budapest hotel in my prediction cause it came out alittle too early for it to get oscar noms inleast if they rerelease it later on this year.
    The Cobbler

    Best Animated Feature
    Big Hero 6
    Book Of Life
    How To Train Your Dragon 2

    • Matthew Durham says:

      Interested in your faith in “The Cobbler.” McCarthy’s “Win Win” was great, but I’m not sure that success means he’ll be consistent. Also I don’t deny Sandler has acting talent (See Reign Over Me/Punch Drunk Love) but I’m not sure the Academy will be ready/willing to give him any award attention after all these years of subpar films. I think he’d need to develop a stronger slate of good performances before this ever happens.

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