I’ve been going back and forth on this category for a while now. Should I just pick my favourite movie, even though I don’t think it will actually end up the winner? Should I look at the stats and base it on other categories? This is one category that doesn’t seem completely decided just yet.
Martin McDonagh didn’t pick up a nomination for Three Billboards in the director category this year.
We have an incredible crop of women in this year’s category, each with very impressive performances.
Mahershala Ali is projected to win here, despite a surprise loss to Aaron Taylor-Johnson at the Golden Globes.
This year’s documentaries have a strong racial focus, as frontrunners OJ: Made in America and 13th, as well as I am Not Your Negro all take on different parts of black consciousness in America. Unless the Academy rejects OJ’s roots as a TV five part series, this should win handily after picking up the majority of awards so far this season.
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Much has been speculated about this year’s big winner at the Oscars, and people have been going back and forth on who they think will win. Here’s our breakdown of the top eight, and they they each have going for them.
Opinion has been swinging back and forth on projected winners during award season this year, with the current choice seemingly between Mad Max’s Miller and The Revenant’s Iñárritu. But let’s take a step back and go through the process leading up to where we are now.
This category is a bit more up in the air than Leo’s Best Actor bid, but it certainly isn’t wide open either.