“Spotlight”: Another Sep feeling during Oscar predictions

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My oh my how things can change! Just a few weeks ago, we put adult Oscar predictions for Sep that we guess we was graceful positive in. Alas, 0 stays a same, so now I’m behind with an updated feeling during what a Academy Award nominations could feeling like. I’m going to twin a month from now on, with potentially one a week by a finish of a season, nonetheless right now, it’s time to get serious. You’ll notice a wreath of changes in a predictions, mostly spurred on by carrying seen some of a contenders, a few of that are now pretenders, definitely honestly. That’s a name of a diversion though, so it shouldn’t come as a advise to presumably we or me. On my end, I’m usually still confusing to get a feel for a race. What you’ll see now reflects a some-more lifelike feeling during a domain than before, so there’s that as well. It’ll get updated again successive month, obviously, nonetheless for now…this is it.

The sure thing to notice successive is my new winner. Having seen Spotlight, that is a masterpiece, we sincerely cruise it could go all a way. The film will be among a many dear this year, has vicious thesis matter, pointy instruction by Tom McCarthy, and impossibly acting, generally from Michael Keaton as good as Mark Ruffalo, a latter giving a opening of a year so far. we could simply see it winning Best Picture, as it is positively a frontrunner during this point. You’ll also notice me funding off of Our Brand is Crisis totally and settling in on a new core martial for The Martian, as good as emplacement The Big Short in a regulating for things in a wreath of categories. Things have been tinkered with all around, nonetheless there will be some-more finished shortly enough, so stay tuned…

Here now is how we see a Academy Award nominations going down, as of today:

BEST PICTURE

1. Spotlight
2. Bridge of Spies
3. Steve Jobs
4. The Revenant
5. Carol
6. The Hateful Eight
7. Brooklyn
8. The Martian
9. Room
10. Joy

Next in line: 11. The Danish Girl 12. The Light Between Oceans (possible 2016 release) 13. Inside Out 14. The Big Short 15. Truth 16. Beasts of No Nation 17. Sicario 18. Miles Ahead (possible 2016 release) 19. Our Brand is Crisis 20. The Walk 21. By a Sea 22. Macbeth 23. Suffragette 24. The End of a Tour 25. In a Heart of a Sea 26. Trainwreck 27. Freeheld 28. Son of Saul 29. Anomalisa 30. Star Wars: The Force Awakens

BEST DIRECTOR

1. Tom McCarthy – Spotlight
2. Danny Boyle – Steve Jobs
3. Steven Spielberg – Bridge of Spies
4. Todd Haynes – Carol
5. Alejandro G. Iñárritu – The Revenant

Next in line: 6. Ridley Scott – The Martian 7. David O. Russell – Joy 8. Quentin Tarantino – The Hateful Eight 9. John Crowley – Brooklyn 10. Derek Cianfrance – The Light Between Oceans (possible 2016 release) 11. Tom Hooper – The Danish Girl 12. Lenny Abrahamson – Room 13. Cary Fukunaga – Beasts of No Nation 14. Adam McKay – The Big Short 15. George Miller – Mad Max: Fury Road 16. Angelina Jolie – By a Sea 17. Robert Zemeckis – The Walk 18. Don Cheadle – Miles Ahead (possible 2016 release) 19. Ron Howard – In a Heart of a Sea. 20. David Gordon Green – Our Brand is Crisis

BEST ACTOR

1. Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant
2. Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs
3. Eddie Redmayne – The Danish Girl
4. Tom Hanks – Bridge of Spies
5. Matt Damon – The Martian

Next in line: 6. Johnny Depp – Black Mass 7. Joseph Gordon-Levitt – The Walk 8. Steve Carell – The Big Short 9. Don Cheadle – Miles Ahead (possible 2016 release) 10. Jake Gyllenhaal – Southpaw 11. Paul Dano – Love Mercy (Could go Supporting) 12. Jason Segel – The End of a Tour (Could go Supporting) 13. Tom Hiddleston – we Saw a Light 14. Bryan Cranston – Trumbo 15. Michael Caine – Youth 16. Bradley Cooper – Burnt 17. Christian Bale – The Big Short (Could go Supporting) 18. Robert Redford – Truth (Could go Supporting) 19. Brad Pitt – By a Sea 20. Abraham Atta – Beasts of No Nation

BEST ACTRESS

1. Jennifer Lawrence – Joy
2. Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn
3. Cate Blanchett – Carol or Truth
4. Alicia Vikander – The Danish Girl
5. Brie Larson – Room

Next in line: 6. Lily Tomlin – Grandma 7. Sandra Bullock – Our Brand is Crisis 8. Carey Mulligan – Suffragette 9. Emily Blunt – Sicario 10. Blythe Danner – I’ll See You in My Dreams 11. Angelina Jolie – By a Sea 12. Marion Cotillard – MacBeth 13. Julianne Moore – Freehold (Could go Supporting) 14. Juliette Binoche – Clouds of Sils Maria 15. Charlotte Rampling – 45 Years 16. Amy Schumer – Trainwreck 17. Meryl Streep – Ricki and a Flash 18. Olivia Wilde – Meadowland 19. Charlize Theron – Mad Max: Fury Road (Could go Supporting) 20. Melissa McCarthy – Spy

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

1. Mark Ruffalo – Spotlight
2. Bruce Dern – The Hateful Eight
3. Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies
4. Idris Elba – Beasts of No Nation
5. Seth Rogen – Steve Jobs

Next in line: 6. Kurt Russell – The Hateful Eight 7. Michael Keaton – Spotlight 8. Tom Hardy – The Revenant 9. Joel Edgerton – Black Mass 10. Ryan Gosling – The Big Short 11. Sam Elliot – Grandma 12. John Cusack – Love Mercy (Could go Lead) 13. Bradley Cooper – Joy 14. Benicio del Toro – Sicario 15. Samuel L. Jackson – The Hateful Eight 16. Michael Shannon – 99 Homes 17. Harvey Keitel – Youth 18. Jeff Daniels – Steve Jobs 19. Emory Cohen – Brooklyn 20. Billy Bob Thornton – Our Brand is Crisis

Michael Keaton – Spotlight (Could go Supporting)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

1. Rooney Mara – Carol
2. Jennifer Jason Leigh – The Hateful Eight
3. Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs
4. Rachel McAdams – Spotlight
5. Kristen Stewart – Clouds of Sils Maria

Next in line: 6. Elizabeth Banks – Love Mercy 7. Jessica Chastain – The Martian 8. Zoe Kazan – Our Brand is Crisis 9. Sarah Paulson – Carol 10. Melanie Laurent – By a Sea 11. Ellen Page – Freeheld (Could go Lead) 12. Joan Allen – Room 13. Helena Bonham Carter – Suffragette 14. Rachel Weisz – The Light Between Oceans (possible 2016 release) 15. Amy Ryan – Bridge of Spies 16. Cynthia Nixon – James White 17. Meryl Streep – Suffragette 18. Katherine Waterston – Steve Jobs 19. Melissa Leo – The Big Short 20. Elizabeth Olsen – we Saw a Light

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

1. Spotlight
2. Inside Out
3. Joy
4. The Hateful Eight
5. Trainwreck

Next in line: 6. Grandma 7. Bridge of Spies 8. Sicario 9. Miles Ahead (possible 2016 release) 10. Love Mercy 11. Ex Machina 12. By a Sea 13. Our Brand is Crisis 14. Suffragette 15. Ricki and a Flash 16. Anomalisa 17. I’ll See You in My Dreams 18. Straight Outta Compton 19. The Good Dinosaur 20. Irrational Man

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

1. Steve Jobs
2. Carol
3. The Martian
4. Brooklyn
5. Room

Next in line: 6. The Revenant 7. The Big Short 8. Truth 9. The Danish Girl 10. Star Wars: The Force Awakens 11. Beasts of No Nation 12. Me and Earl and a Dying Girl 13. The End of a Tour 14. Black Mass 15. In a Heart of a Sea 16. The Light Between Oceans (possible 2016 release) 17. Macbeth 18. Mad Max: Fury Road 19. The Walk 20. we Saw a Light

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE

1. Inside Out
2. Anomalisa
3. The Good Dinosaur
4. The Little Prince
5. Shaun a Sheep Movie

Next in line: 6. The Peanuts Movie 7. Minions 8. Kung Fu Panda 3 9. Home 10. Monster Trucks

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. Mad Max: Fury Road
3. The Martian
4. Carol
5. The Hateful Eight

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

1. The Revenant
2. Sicario
3. Spectre
4. The Martian
5. The Hateful Eight

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

1. The Hateful Eight
2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
3. Cinderella
4. The Revenant
5. Far from a Maddening Crowd

BEST FILM EDITING

1. Spotlight
2. Steve Jobs
3. The Revenant
4. Bridge of Spies
5. The Martian

BEST MAKEUP HAIRSTYLING

1. The Danish Girl
2. Black Mass
3. Mad Max: Fury Road

BEST SOUND MIXING

1. Spectre
2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
3. The Martian
4. Mad Max: Fury Road
5. Jurassic World

BEST SOUND EDITING

1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. The Martian
3. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. Spectre
5. Sicario

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. The Martian
3. Jurassic World
4. Avengers: Age of Ultron
5. Ant-Man

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

1. Spectre
2. Bridge of Spies
3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
4. Steve Jobs
5. Spotlight

BEST ORIGINAL SONG

1. Ricki and a Flash
2. Spectre
3. Love Mercy
4. I’ll See You in My Dreams
5. Southpaw

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

1. Cartel Land
2. The Look of Silence
3. Where To Invade Next (possible 2016 release)
4. He Named Me Malala
5. The Hunting Ground

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FEATURE

1. Son of Saul
2. The Assassin
3. Goodnight Mommy
4. A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting on Existence
5. A War

BEST ANIMATED SHORT

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BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT

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BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT

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Stay tuned for some-more Oscar predictions early successive month!

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