The first awards group out of the gate is almost always the National Board of Review. Because of this, their choices can sometimes reflect the earlier phase of the Oscar race. We only really have last year’s ten Best Picture choices to the NBoR to see how closely they were aligned. But...
It’s all happening! The awards season is finally off. Next week, the National Board of Review will announce their winners and the films that they name will have an automatic head start. Does that mean they’ll be a close match with Oscar? Probably not. With five Best Pic contenders buried in their top ten, it was kind of easy. But with a ten by ten match-up,...
We’re trying something new here at Awards Daily that we’ve never done. We’re starting the contests early and you can have bragging rights for knowing best how the NBR will go. They announce on Thursday, so enter now . I’ve added the animated feature category as well because it isn’t a guarantee it will be Wall-E – it might be Waltz...
Who but Awards Daily readers could do this better? Cinematical is asking for captions (looks like a Moviefone advertising tie-in) to this photo:
I’d like to win this bike. Is that the His or the Hers? Maybe this is the Hers.
Ever wonder how someone gets a 20 out of 24 score on Oscar predictions? We here at Awards Daily do. This year’s winner, Brandon Jones, tells us the secrets of his success:
AwardsDaily: What made you choose both Cotillard and Swinton?
BJ: Swinton, I think, gave one of the best performances of the past few years. She is also an actress that is consistently good (and...
Congratulations to AD reader Brandon Jones for correctly predicting 20 categories at this year’s Oscars. This makes him our grand prize winner.
Runners up, with a whopping 19 were Arun Welandawe Prematilleke and Daniel Gardabie
Finally, those with 18 were: