As always, Awards Frenzy is back with its annual year in advance predictions. Last year, we correctly predicted Boyhood and The Imitation Game as Best Picture nominees. We picked The Imitation Game for Best Picture, and it had a reasonable shot early in the season, winning the audience award at the Toronto Film Festival. At last, the creativity and showmanship of Birdman was just too much to ignore. This year, we’ve put even more hard work into our predictions and as a result, are more confident than ever. Here are our 2016 Oscar Predictions:
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Once again, it’s time to present our year in advance predictions for the 2014 Academy Awards. Our track record continues to be quite good. Last year, we predicted five of the nine eventual Best Picture nominees, including the Best Picture winner (Argo, Lincoln, Les Miserables, Django Unchained, Zero Dark Thirty)! In 2010, we predicted both the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor winners (Colin Firth, Christian Bale) and in 2011, we predicted the Best Actress winner (Meryl Streep). This year, we aim to put out our most successful predictions to date. So after careful deliberation, here we go with our…
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After much deliberation, here are Awards Frenzy’s 2012 Oscar Predictions.
Last year, we had one of our most successful predictions years ever, correctly predicting 3 out of 10 Best Picture nominees a year in advance, including Best Picture runner-up “The Social Network.” We also were accurate in predicting Colin Firth to win Best Actor in “The King’s Speech” and Christian Bale to win Best Supporting Actor for “The Fighter.” Let’s see how we do this year.
2012 Best Picture Nominees: