The actors will have their say tonight when the Screen Actors Guild Awards are announced. Surprises here could mean an exciting night on February 27th. Let’s predict the winners!
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‘The King’s Speech’ continues its Oscar surge by taking home another major guild award.
From where I am standing, this is looking less and less like a two-horse race. The question then arises, what is film number three?
Distract yourself by watching children re-enact Best Picture nominees including ‘The Fighter,’ ‘The King’s Speech,’ and ‘The Social Network.’
Oscar nominations have been announced! See how I did on my predictions…
We are fewer than 24 hours from the announcement of the 2011 Oscar nominations, so it is high time for an eleventh hour predictions update…
Several of the films that will potentially compete for Oscars had excellent performances at the Box Office this weekend.
‘The King’s Speech’ has taken home the top prize from the PGA. Does this indicate a change in the race or one group acting alone?
‘The King’s Speech’ and ‘Inception’ have the most nominations, Steinfeld finally gets put in the right category, and Bardem mixes up the Best Actor race…
Who will win? I’m thinking Portman, Firth, Bale and Weaver.
Attempting to sort through and predict the notoriously difficult category of Best Art Direction.
‘True Grit’ continues to have excellent success at the Box Office. Does this spell favor with the Academy in the Best Picture race?
Some are obvious, some might be surprises, and others you might flat out disagree with. These are my top ten favorite films of 2010.
The 2010 Box Office goes out on a high note with four potential Best Picture nominees all finishing in the top ten.
With the enormous amount of activity recently in the precursor race, enough has been gathered to give us a few pretty clear ideas about the direction of the Oscar race.
The Writers Guild has disqualified some very high profile films from their list of potential nominees. What are they thinking?
In a slow week for precursors, the Phoenix Film Critics Society decide to vote very slightly outside of the box.
2010 Quote Whores, Portman is pregnant, Oscar ballots in the mail, original ‘King’s Speech’ audio…
‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ gets some love and ‘The Social Network’ continues its reign with the Golden Satellite Awards.
‘The King’s Speech’ and ‘The Fighter’ lead this year’s batch of nominations. What do you think they indicate for the state of the Oscar race?