Oscars: 2017 Winner Predictions – January

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La La Land
Moonlight
Manchester by the Sea
Hacksaw Ridge
Lion
Hidden Figures
Hell or High Water
Fences
Arrival

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Director
Damien Chazelle – La La Land
Barry Jenkins – Moonlight
Kenneth Lonergan – Manchester by the Sea
Mel Gibson – Hacksaw Ridge
Denis Villeneuve – Arrival
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2017 Golden Globe Nominations – Final Predictions

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Expecting a few surprises here, but nothing too extravagant. I went ahead and decided to post these, because I can’t see anything really influencing these before they are announced.

So here are the FINAL GOLDEN GLOBE PREDICTIONS barring anything unexpected between now and when the nominations are announced December 11th.

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Moonlight
Manchester by the Sea
Silence
Arrival
Fences
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Way too Early 2017 Golden Globe Predictions


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Yep. No worries. We’re already on it.

The Golden Globes don’t really have a true impact on the Oscar race, but we still like to predict them since their choices are often bizarre, their politics skewed, and their categories, sometimes, downright ridiculous.

We’re still hurting in the Comedy categories, and we don’t have any television categories for you yet. But check out our film predictions:

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Silence
Lion
Untitled Robert Zemeckis WWII Film
Sully
Loving

Alternates
Story of Your Life
The Book of Henry
The Light Between Oceans
Nocturnal Animals
Passengers
The Zookeeper’s Wife
The Current War
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Top 10: Most Anticipated Films of 2016

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2016 may be an even more interesting year for the movie industry. We dive deeper into the “Star Wars” franchise, we expand the “Star Trek” and “Harry Potter” franchises and DC Comics arrives super late to the comic book adaptation game.

Some of these films make my top 10, but not all of them. I’ve notably excluded “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” because I’m really not excited for it. I’m also not particularly excited for any Marvel film (“Captain America,” “Deadpool,” “Doctor Strange”), not excited for many reboots such as “Ghostbusters,” and not really excited for sequels such as “Finding Dory” or “Zoolander 2,” even though both could turn out very good.

Here are my personal top 10 starting with some honorable mentions:

Honorable Mentions: Passengers, Assassin’s Creed, Voyage of Time, Midnight Special, The Jungle Book

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Oscars: Way too Early 2017 Predictions

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Because we’re weird and obsessed for some reason.

silence-andrew-garfield-scorseseBest Picture
Silence
Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk
Finding Dory
The Book of Henry
Loving
Lion
Hail, Caesar!
Untitled Robert Zemeckis WWII Film
Florence Foster Jenkins
Story of Your Life
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Oscars: Live Blog

Oscars: Live Blog

Customers with a participating pay TV provider can click here to stream online the Oscar ceremony.

See our full 2016 Oscar Predictions here.

Updates Appear Below, newest will appear closer to the top. Hit refresh frequently to see new updates.

Click “Continue Reading” to see what our updates were on Oscar night.
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Oscars: Updated 2016 Oscar Predictions

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We have updated almost every category of our 2016 Oscar Predictions. There are a lot of potentially strong contenders for next year, so we went ahead and got a jump start on our predictions.

New predictions include EVERY CATEGORY including all the technical categories with the exception of Best Documentary, Best Foreign Language Film, and Original Song.

Stay Tuned to our Oscars Page for all updated categories in the current Oscar race and next years Oscar race.

2016 Oscar Predictions

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The Revenant
The Hateful Eight
Steve Jobs
Joy
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Hail, Caesar!
Me & Earl & the Dying Girl

In the Heart of the Sea
Untitled Cold War Spy Thriller
Suffragette
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Golden Globes: Way too Early 2016 Predictions – Motion Picture categories

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We have updated our Golden Globes page to show several contenders. Click that link if you want an extended list of alternates and dark horses in each category.

Some films we see being big factors include Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight,” Terrence Malick’s “Knight of Cups,” Stephen Frears’s “Icon,” David O. Russell’s “Joy,” Joel/Ethan Coen’s “Hail, Caesar!,” and Noah Baumbach’s “While We’re Young”

See an overview of our predictions below (visit the link above for more):

Motion Picture – Drama
The Hateful Eight
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Joy
Knight of Cups
The Revenant

Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical
Demolition
Hail, Caesar!
The Last 5 Years
A Walk in the Woods
While We’re Young

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Oscar: Way too Early Oscar Predictions – 2016

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Wow. There are a lot of great film to look forward to next year. Quentin Tarantino, Steven Spielberg, David O. Russell, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Tom Hooper, Stephen Frears, Joel/Ethan Coen, Martin Scorsese, Werner Herzog, Gus van Sant, Terrence Malick, and Ridley Scott all have films in the mix.

The big story though is the release of a 40 year-old film written/directed by Orson Welles. So we could potentially have a strong line-up of contenders.

Again, this early on most of these predictions are guided by the talent attached to the project (both on and off camera), the potential release dates, and the distribution. Because it is so early we only have Best Picture, Directors, and the acting categories predicted. Take from these what you can to make your own predictions as well!

Click “More” to see our picks!
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