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    • February 8, 2020 12:03 AM EST
    • I want Toy Story 4 to win for the best-animated film. :)

    • February 7, 2020 11:19 PM EST
    • Eldon said:

      Thanks, I can't understand how a war movie could be in consideration for visual effects? is that not more for like Star Wars, Superhero movies and other sci-fi like stuff?

       

      A lot of the explosions in 1917 are part of the visual effects as well as the plane crash. Also there's the effect of making this film look like it's all a single take.

      Also The Irishman is in there for making Joe, Robert and Al look 40 years younger without a big make-up job! That's the magic of CGI!

    • February 7, 2020 9:00 PM EST
    • Thanks, I can't understand how a war movie could be in consideration for visual effects? is that not more for like Star Wars, Superhero movies and other sci-fi like stuff?

    • February 7, 2020 4:18 PM EST
    • Actually I was in a rush and I had problems with a library computer.
      Predictions for all categories are up now.
      Shawn said:

      Very cool but you did not add your choice for Visual Effects I would like to know your choice ion that cat.

       

    • February 7, 2020 8:51 AM EST
    • Very cool but you did not add your choice for Visual Effects I would like to know your choice ion that cat.

    • February 6, 2020 10:56 PM EST
    • Snap so this 1917 World War 1 pic must be as good as they are all saying.

    • February 6, 2020 9:24 PM EST
    • How about that? They're happening this soon! Much to my relief, and I'm sure everybody else's, they will be back to the last Sunday of February. Whatever the situation, this has been an interesting race with a lot of interesting contenders. Here are my predictions for the Oscar winners:

       

      BEST PICTURE

      Will Win: 1917

      Should Win & Closest Threat #1: Parasite

      Closest Threat #2: Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood

       

      Seven out of the ten Best Picture winner of the 1990's grossed more than $100 million domestically. Seven of the ten Best Picture winners of the noughts also made it past $100 million domestically. But only two of the nine Best Picture winners of the 2010's have passed the domestic $100 million mark? Here's hoping 1917 will make it #3, at least.

       

      BEST DIRECTOR

      WW: SAM MENDES/1917

      SW & CT: BONG JOON-HO/Parasite

       

      Many months before I even first visited TSO (back in the fall of 2000) my aunt was to take me out to a movie. I expected an action movie I wanted to see. Instead I got American Beauty that was directed by Sam Mendes. I was mesmerized from start to finish. And it was one of many movies from the ground-breaking movie year of 1999 that launched my interest in film and the Oscar races.

      Will history repeat itself for Mendes 20 years later? He's highly favored.

       

      BEST ACTOR

      SW & WW: JOAQUIN PHOENIX/Joker

      CT: ADAM DRIVER/Marriage Story

       

      Joker could have been a popcorn movie and the role of the Joker could have been a role good enough for a popcorm film. But Joaquin Phoenix went above and beyond everyone's expectations.

       

      BEST ACTRESS

      SW & WW: RENEE ZELLWEGER/Judy

      CT: SCARLETT JOHANNSON/Marriage Story

       

      Judy Garland never won a competitive Oscar of the two nominations she received in her lifetime. She did however win an honorary Juvenile Oscar in 1939 for her performance in The Wizard Of Oz. Renee looks poised to win the Oscar for portraying Judy.

       

      BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

      SW & WW: BRAT PITT/Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood

      CT: JOE PESCI/The Irishman

       

      Interesting that Brad Pitt is the only nominee in this category that has never won an Oscar. Three nominations but never a win. This looks like it's finally his time!

       

      BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

      SW & WW: LAURA DERN/Marriage Story

      CT: MARGOT ROBBIE/Bombshell

       

      Laura's father Bruce Dern has been nominated twice but never won. Her mother Diane Ladd has been nominted three times without a win. Laura herself has been nominated twice before without a win. This could finally be it!

       

      BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

      WW: QUENTIN TARANTINO/Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood

      SW & CT:  BONG JOON-HO/Parasite

       

      I don't trust the Academy to give this award to a foreign film for the second straight year.

       

      BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

      SW: STEVE ZAILLIAN/The Irishman

      WW: GRETA GERWIG/Little Women

      CT: TAIKA WAITITI/Jojo rabbit

       

      Interesting that Greta's common-law husband Noah Baumbach is nominated in Original Screenplay for Marriage Story.

       

      BEST ANIMATED FEATURE

      SW & WW: Toy Story 4

      CT: Klaus

       

      This looks like to be the most unpredictable year for this particular category. Toy Story 4 won the Critics Choice and the Producers Guild Award, Missing Link won the GG, and NetFlix's Klaus won the BAFTA and the Annie! I go with Toy Story 4 because even though I know the Academy doesn't normally pick animated sequels, Toy Story 3 is the only sequel to win this category.

       

      BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

      SW & WW: ROGER DEAKINS/1917

       

      BEST COSTUME DESIGN

      WW: MAYES RUBIO/Jojo Rabbit

      SW & CT:JACQUELINE DURRAN/Little Women

       

      Ever notice how this category mostlfavors timepieces? Very rarely sci-fi. Though Ruth E. Carter won for Black Panther last year. However all are timepeices this year. Even Joker is set in the 1980's.

       

      BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

      WW: American Factory

      CT: For Sama

       

      BEST FILM EDITING

      WW: MICHAEL McCUSKER and ANDREW BUCKLAND/Ford v Ferrari

      SW & CT: YANG JIM-MO/Parasite

       

      BEST HAIR and MAKEUP

      WW: Bombshell

      SW & CT: Joker

       

      BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE FILM

      SW & WW: Parasite (South Korea)

      CT: Pain and Glory (Spain)

       

      “Once you overcome the one-inch-tall barrier of subtitles, you’ll be introduced to so many more amazing films.”

      -Bong Joon-ho

       

      BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

      SW & WW: HILDUR GUðNADOTTIR /Joker

      CT: THOMAS NEWMAN/1917

       

      The only time a woman has won an Oscar for Score was back in 1997, when there were two Score categories: for dramas and comedies. Hildur looks heavily poised to be the second!

       

      BEST ORIGINAL SONG

      SW & WW: "(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again" - Rocketman

      CT: "Stand Up" / Harriet

       

      BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

      SW & WW: Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood

      CT: 1917

       

      BEST SOUND EDITING

      SW & WW: Ford v Ferrari

      CT: 1917

       

      BEST SOUND MIXING

      WW: 1917

      SW & CT: Ford v Ferrari

       

      BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

      SW: Avengers: Endgame

      WW: 1917

      CT: The Lion King

       

      This is another category with many awards boards giving its award to different movies. This will be one of the hardest to pick.

       

      BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM

      WW: Hair Love

       

      BEST LIVE-ACTION SHORT FILM

      WW: Brotherhood

       

      BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT

      WW: Learning To Skate In A Warzone (If You're A Girl)

       

      And there you go! Those are my predictions for the Oscars. We'll see how I fare on Sunday night.

    • January 20, 2020 2:25 PM EST
    • Very good pick a damn shame I used to like watching this show not anymore the posh American celebs have turned it into making political speeches, I don't watch Entertainment Award show to here celebrities who are filthy rich bemoan anything much rather watch our BAFTA

    • January 17, 2020 10:25 PM EST
    • Admin said:

      Here is the same post I made over at FTS.

      What stands out for me right away is 11 for Joker and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 1917 and The Irishman with 10 each and Greta Gerwig snubbed for best director.

      Will the third time be the charm for Tarantino? I am hoping he gets it this time and how about Brad Pitt after three previous will he walk off with it, the chance is very good I am thinking with stiff competition from Hanks.

       

      Shockingly that was just my second post over there because I have been so busy and when I am at FTS I am busy researching, looking for pics, checking on that stars that have been on-site through the years, I never realize there were so many and some I actually have forgotten about so that project is a bit too big might not be possible to get every former TSO listed actor over there but we will see. I see it has surprisingly brought back a few from way back that have not been around in ages.

       

      Hard to believe the last time Hanks was nominated before this year was during the very first Oscar race I was posting in TSO: the 2000 race and for Castaway. We all thought Hanks would become the first to win three Best Actor Oscars. Instead Daniel Day-Lewis beat him to it!

    • January 17, 2020 10:23 PM EST
    • Front_Row_Center said:

      I would say GRETA GERWIG for director is a huge snub as is Jenifer Lopez and I never thought I would mention oscar and Adam Sandler in the same sentence. How the hell could The Farewell and Dolemite get NOTHING? I don't feel too bad over DeNiro not getting it because he would not win anyways and he is one of those actors that is totally unlikeable in how he treats people on the set from what I have heard I have never been there but I have heard recordings on how he treated his former assistant, the man is a low life.

       

      What can I say? When you only have room for five nominations, it leaves room for a lot of snubs that can peeve people off.

    • January 17, 2020 10:21 PM EST
    • JeffJones said:

      The tradition continues, and yes the awards season is moving very fast for sure. It must be over a dozen years now you have been putting these up and always with a very good success rate. I am looking forward to seeing 1917 the buzz for this has been out of this world.

      Ever since I started doing it here back in 2002, I've liked the rapport. That's what keeps me wanting to do it. I may have stopped posting my Top 10 films of the year, but not my oscar predictions.

       

      One thing. Ever since I first visited TSO, the race becomes extra-exciting whenever there'sw a young actor or actress in the race to earn an Oscar nomination. It first started 20 years ago with Haley in The Sixth Sense, then the following year with Jamie Bell in Billy Elliot, then the following year with Dakota Fanning in I Am Sam. The excitiement and intrigue just grows.

       

      And even this year for Roman Griffin Davis in Jojo Rabbit. He became the youngest Golden Globe nominee for Best Actor - Comedy or Musical since Macaulay in Home Alone. The Oscar nod wasn't meant to be, though.

    • January 13, 2020 11:32 PM EST
    • I would say GRETA GERWIG for director is a huge snub as is Jenifer Lopez and I never thought I would mention oscar and Adam Sandler in the same sentence. How the hell could The Farewell and Dolemite get NOTHING? I don't feel too bad over DeNiro not getting it because he would not win anyways and he is one of those actors that is totally unlikeable in how he treats people on the set from what I have heard I have never been there but I have heard recordings on how he treated his former assistant, the man is a low life.

       

    • January 13, 2020 2:31 PM EST
    • Here is the same post I made over at FTS.

      What stands out for me right away is 11 for Joker and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 1917 and The Irishman with 10 each and Greta Gerwig snubbed for best director.

      Will the third time be the charm for Tarantino? I am hoping he gets it this time and how about Brad Pitt after three previous will he walk off with it, the chance is very good I am thinking with stiff competition from Hanks.

       

      Shockingly that was just my second post over there because I have been so busy and when I am at FTS I am busy researching, looking for pics, checking on that stars that have been on-site through the years, I never realize there were so many and some I actually have forgotten about so that project is a bit too big might not be possible to get every former TSO listed actor over there but we will see. I see it has surprisingly brought back a few from way back that have not been around in ages.

    • January 12, 2020 11:36 PM EST
    • Good stuff once more year after year and again they all look mighty fine in my eyes.

    • January 12, 2020 6:11 PM EST
    • The tradition continues, and yes the awards season is moving very fast for sure. It must be over a dozen years now you have been putting these up and always with a very good success rate. I am looking forward to seeing 1917 the buzz for this has been out of this world.

    • January 12, 2020 4:53 PM EST
    • FTS got this post first and now you get it! This Oscar season has been going by real fast. The Golden Globes announced their winners last Sunday, Oscar nominees are tomorrow and the Oscar winners will be decided February 9th. That's the earliest I've ever seen them decided! What's up with that?

      So that means I will have to post my Oscar nomination predictions today. I will predict the five I most believe will get nominated (ten for Picture and three for Hair and MakeUp), a Dark Horse or two who I think could best upset, and a For Your Consideration pick for who I feel doesn't have a chance but most deserves it. So here are my predictions:

       

      BEST PICTURE:

      • 1917
      • Ford vs. Ferrari (Titled as Le Mans '66 in the UK)
      • The Irishman
      • JoJo Rabbit
      • Joker
      • Knives Out
      • Marriage Story
      • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
      • Parasite
      • Rocketman

       

      Dark Horse 1: Little Women

      DH2: The Two Popes

      FYC: The Farewell

       

      Predicting Best Picture nominees is not only hard for what you think will get in, but how many will get nominated. I decided to pick ten.

       

      BEST DIRECTOR:

      • BONG JOON-HO/ Parasite
      • GRETA GERWIG/ Little Women
      • SAM MENDES/ 1917
      • MARTIN SCORSESE/ The Irishman
      • QUENTIN TARANTINO/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

       

      DH1: TODD PHILLIPS/ Joker

      DH2: NOAH BAUMBACH/Marriage Story

      FYC: JAMES MANGOLD/ Ford vs. Ferrari

       

      BEST ACTOR:

      • CHRISTIAN BALE/ Ford v Ferrari
      • LEONARDO Di CAPRIO/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
      • ADAM DRIVER/ Marriage Story
      • TARON EGERTON/ Rocketman
      • JOAQUIN PHOENIX/ Joker

       

      DH1: ROBERT De NIRO/ The Irishman

      DH2: ANTONIO BANDERAS/ Pain and Glory

      FYC: EDDIE MURPHY/ Dolemite Is My Name

       

      This is a tight race. Some are obvious contenders, but there are many others that are as capable of getting snubbed as they are in getting nominated.

       

      BEST ACTRESS:

      • AWKWAFINA/ The Farewell
      • CYNTHIA ERIVO/ Harriet
      • SCARLETT JOHANSSON/ Marriage Story
      • CHARLIZE THERON/ Bombshell
      • RENÉE ZELLWEGER/ Judy

       

      DH1: SAOIRSE RONAN/ Little Women

      DH2: LUPITA NYONG'O/ Us

      FYC: ALFRE WOODARD/Clemency

       

      BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:

      • TOM HANKS/ A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
      • JAMIE FOXX/ Just Mercy
      • AL PACINO/ The Irishman
      • JOE PESCI/ The Irishman
      • BRAD PITT/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

       

      DH1: SONG HANG-KO/ Parasite

      DH2: ANTHONY HOPKINS/ The Two Popes

       

      Usually the supporting acting categories have a lot of first-time acting nominees. This year, it looks like vets have the best chances of nominations.

       

      BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:

      • KATHY BATES/ Richard Jewell
      • LAURA DERN/ Marriage Story
      • SCARLETT JOHANNSON/ JoJo Rabbit
      • JENNIFER LOPEZ/ Hustlers
      • MARGOT ROBBIE/ Bombshell

       

      DH1: NICOLE KIDMAN/ Bombshell

      DH2: ANNETTE BENING/ The Report

      FYC: ZHAO SHUZHEN/ The Farewell

       

      This is the one major category that's the most unpredictable and has the most nominees from out of nowhere. We'll see how it holds up tomorrow.

       

      BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:

      • NOAH BAUMBACH/ Marriage Story
      • BONG JOON-HO and HAN JIN-WON/ Parasite
      • RIAN JOHNSON/ Knives Out
      • SAM MENDES and KRISTIE WILSON-CAIRNS/ 1917
      • QUENTIN TARANTINO/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

       

      DH1: JEZ BUTTERWORTH, JOHN-HENRY BUTTERWORTH and JASON KELLER/ Ford vs. Ferrari

      DH2: BENNY SAFDIE, JOSH SAFDIE and RONALD BRONSTEIN/ Uncut Gems

      FYC: LULU WANG/ The Farewell

       

      For all five of my nomination predictions, the film's director either wrote or co-wrote the script too. New filmmakers, take note.

       

      BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:

      • GRETA GERWIG/ Little Women
      • ANTHONY MCCARTEN/ The Two Popes
      • TODD PHILLIPS and SCOTT SILVER/ Joker
      • TAIKA WAITITI/ JoJo Rabbit
      • STEVEN ZAILLIAN/ The Irishman

       

      DH1: MICAH FITZERMAN-BLUEand NOAH HARPSTER/ A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood

      FYC: EDWARD NORTON/ Motherless Brooklyn

       

      Judging by most of the major Oscar nominations, this looks to be a very Netflix year!

       

      BEST ANIMATED FEATURE:

      • Frozen II
      • How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
      • The Lion King
      • Missing Link
      • Toy Story 4

       

      DH1: I Lost My Body

      DH2: Alita: Battle Angel

      FYC: The White Snake

       

      This year consisted of a lot of animated sequels and even a 3D remake of a 2D classic.

       

      BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY:

      • ROGER DEAKINS/ 1917
      • PHEDON PAPAMICHAEL/ Ford vs. Ferrari
      • RODRIGO PRIETO/ The Irishman
      • LAWRENCE SHER/ Joker
      • ROBERT RICHARDSON/ Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

       

      DH1: CLAIRE MATHON/ Portrait Of A Lady On Fire

      DH2: DICK POPE/ Motherless Brooklyn

       

      BEST COSTUME DESIGN:

      • MARK BRIDGES/ Joker
      • RUTH E. CARTER/ Dolemite Is My Name
      • JULIAN DAY/ Rocketman
      • JACQUELINE DURRAN/ Little Women
      • ARIANNE PHILLIPS/ Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

       

      DH1: ANNA ROBBINS/ Downton Abbey

      DH2: JENNY EAGAN/ Knives Out

       

      Anyone else feel that most years, the Academy has a favoritism towards costumes of timepieces over say sci-fi films? I know Black Panther won last year, but most wins here have been timepieces.

       

      BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:

      • American Factory
      • Apollo 11
      • For Sama
      • Honeyland
      • Maiden

       

      DH1: One-Child Nation

      DH2: The Cave

       

      BEST FILM EDITING:

      • JEFF GROTH/Joker
      • FRED RASKIN/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
      • THELMA SCHOONMAKER/ The Irishman
      • LEE SMITH/ 1917
      • YANG JIN-MO/ Parasite

      DH1: MICHAEL McCUSKER and ANDREW BUCKLAND/ Ford vs. Ferrari

       

      BEST HAIR and MAKE-UP:

      • Downton Abbey
      • Judy
      • Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

       

      DH1: 1917

      DH2: Bombshell

       

      BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE FILM:

      • Atlantics (Senegal)
      • Honeyland (North Macedonia)
      • Les Miserables (France)
      • Pain And Glory (Spain)
      • Parasite (South Korea)

       

      DH1: Painted Bird (Czech Republic)

      DH2: Those Who Remained (Hungary)

       

      Funny this is a category the Academy retitled from Best Foreign-Language Film. Interesting!

       

      BEST ORIGINAL SCORE:

      • MICHAEL ABELS/ Us
      • ALEXANDRE DESPLAT/ Little Women
      • HILDUR GUDNADOTTIR/ Joker
      • THOMAS NEWMAN/ 1917
      • JOHN WILLIAMS/ Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

       

      DH1: RANDY NEWMAN/ Marriage Story

      DH2: MARCO BELTRAMI and BUCK SANDERS/ Ford vs. Ferrari

      FYC: MICHAEL GIACCHINO/ JoJo Rabbit

       

      Even if John Williams doesn't have a score that gets a lot of accolades in other awards shows, he's almost guaranteed to get nominated for the Oscars. It's a given!

       

      BEST ORIGINAL SONG:

      • “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” / Rocketman
      • "I'm Standing With You / Breakthrough
      • “Into The Unknown” – Frozen II
      • “Spirit” / The Lion King
      • “Stand Up” / Harriet

       

      DH1: “Speechless” / Aladdin

      DH2: "A Glass Of Soju" / Parasite

       

      There's no 100% guaranteed song here. It's not like last year that was all Shallow, Shallow, Shallow!

       

      BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN:

      • 1917
      • Ford vs. Ferrari
      • Joker
      • Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
      • The Two Popes

       

      DH1: The Irishman

      DH2: Little Women

      FYC: JoJo Rabbit

       

      BEST SOUND MIXING:

      • 1917
      • Ford vs. Ferrari
      • Joker
      • Rocketman
      • Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

       

      DH1: Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

      DH2: The Irishman

       

      BEST SOUND EDITING:

      • 1917
      • Avengers: Endgame
      • Ford vs. Ferrari
      • Joker
      • Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

       

      DH: Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

       

      BEST VISUAL EFFECTS:

      • 1917
      • Avengers: Endgame
      • Captain Marvel
      • The Lion King
      • Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

       

      DH1: Alita: Battle Angel

      DH2: The Irishman

       

      This is one category where superhero movies usually have their best chances. Interesting mix of favorite this year.

       

      And there you go. Those are my picks for the nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards. We'll know who the true contenders are tomorrow morning bright and early!

       

       

    • January 12, 2020 6:13 PM EST
    • Another good success ratio, never got on before the awards were handed out but a nice job again.

    • January 12, 2020 3:06 PM EST
    • I know. I rushed in on titling.
      Kelzpop said:

      Nice picks but this is the 77th GG, not the 74th unless we are going back in time. cx

       

    • January 11, 2020 11:39 AM EST
    • Pretty darn good job I would say.

    • January 5, 2020 6:04 PM EST
    • Nice picks but this is the 77th GG, not the 74th unless we are going back in time. cx

    • January 4, 2020 5:51 PM EST
    • The only one I really am hailing for is Jojo Rabbit, yeaaaaaaaaaa :)

    • January 4, 2020 4:02 PM EST
    • Good day lovely people! I'm also posting this on FTS. Hard to believe the Golden Globes are happening sooner than expected. Actually, it’s hard to believe the Oscars are happening sooner than usual! February 9th to be exact! That explains why the GGs are happening sooner in the year than anyone thought. Tomorrow to be exact. So it’s time for me to post my predictions for the movie categories of the Golden Globes. Once again my predictions for the winner will be marked with an * and my prediction for the most likely upsetter will be marked with a +.

       

      Best Motion Picture - Drama
      *The Irishman*
      Marriage Story
      +1917+
      Joker
      The Two Popes

       

      Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy

      *Once Upon a Time in Hollywood*

      +Jojo Rabbit+

      Knives Out

      Rocketman

      Dolemite Is My Name

       

      Best Director – Motion Picture

      +BONG JOON-HO/ Parasite+

      SAM MENDES/ 1917

      TODD PHILLIPS/ Joker

      MARTIN SCORSESE/ The Irishman

      *QUENTIN TARANTINO/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood*

       

      Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama

      +CHRISTIAN BALE/ Ford v Ferrari+

      ANTONIO BANDERAS/ Pain and Glory

      ADAM DRIVER/ Marriage Story

      *JOAQUIN PHOENIX/ Joker*

      JONATHAN PRYCE/ The Two Popes

       

      Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy

      DANIEL CRAIG/ Knives Out

      ROMAN GRIFFIN DAVIS/ Jojo Rabbit

      LEONARDO DICAPRIO/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

      *TARON EGERTON/ Rocketman*

      +EDDIE MURPHY/ Dolemite Is My Name+

       

      Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
      CYNTHIA ERIVO/ Harriet
      +SCARLETT JOHANSSON/ Marriage Story+
      SAOIRSE RONAN/ Little Women
      CHARLIZE THERON/ Bombshell
      *RENÉE ZELLWEGER/ Judy*

       

      Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
      +ANA DE ARMAS/ Knives Out+
      *AWKWAFINA/ The Farewell*
      CATE BLANCHETT/ Where'd You Go, Bernadette
      BEANIE FELDSTEIN/ Booksmart
      EMMA THOMPSON/ Late Night

       

      Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture

      TOM HANKS/ A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

      ANTHONY HOPKINS/ The Two Popes

      AL PACINO/ The Irishman

      +JOE PESCI/ The Irishman+

      *BRAD PITT/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood*

       

      Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

      KATHY BATES/ Richard Jewell

      ANNETTE BENING/ The Report

      *LAURA DERN/ Marriage Story*

      +JENNIFER LOPEZ/ Hustlers+

      MARGOT ROBBIE/ Bombshell

       

      Best Animated Motion Picture

      *How to Train Your Dragon: Homecoming*

      +The Lion King+

      Missing Link

      Toy Story 4

      Frozen 2

       

      Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

      NOAH BAUMBACH/ Marriage Story

      +BONG JOON-HO and HAN JIN-WON/ Parasite+

      ANTHONY MCCARTEN/ The Two Popes

      *QUENTIN TARANTINO/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood*

      STEVEN ZAILLIAN/ The Irishman

       

      Best Foreign Language Film

      The Farewell

      Les Misérables

      +Pain and Glory+

      *Parasite*

      Portrait of a Lady on Fire

       

      Best Original Score – Motion Picture

      ALEXANDRE DESPLAT/ Little Women

      *HILDUR GUÐNADÓTTIR/ Joker*

      +RANDY NEWMAN/ Marriage Story+

      THOMAS NEWMAN/ 1917

      DANIEL PEMBERTON/ Motherless Brooklyn

       

      Best Original Song – Motion Picture

      "Beautiful Ghosts" - Cats

      *"(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again" - Rocketman*

      +"Into the Unknown" - Frozen 2+

      "Spirit" - The Lion King

      "Stand Up" - Harriet

       

      And there you go! Those are my Golden Globe predictions. Don’t be too surprised is they look a bit off. We should remember the Oscar nominations have not yet been revealed and a lot of categories still don’t have a favorite yet. Anyways we’ll find out who wins tomorrow night!

    • May 3, 2019 4:59 PM EDT
    • The Jaden Smith one is a joke, a pure joke 1out of 10 stars I would give it 0 if IMDB had that.
      Argent said:

      The original Karate Kid is an awesome movie, I actually thought the Jaden Smith one was ok, not near the original but ok.

       

    • May 3, 2019 11:13 AM EDT
    • Wretched films, each on the list.

    • April 26, 2019 12:00 AM EDT
    • Ultimately the Razzies is all in fun, if they were even trying to be serious they certainly would not make choices like POTUS as the worst actor, what movie did he act in?