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Gold Derby on Base – Oscar Predictions Begin

It’s always important to remember that Oscar predictions before all of the movies have been seen is not unlike spitting in the wind.  You might get lucky and hit your mark but most likely, it splatters every which way. Gold Derby now joins the fray and along with Gurus of ...

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S.T. VanAirsdale drafts Movieline's Oscar Index

S.T. VanAirsdale has kicked off Movieline’s coverage of this year’s Academy Awards race with a broad view of top contenders on the horizon. “And They’re (Almost) Off: The Preliminary 2011-12 Oscar Index” Stu runs down the Best Picture, Director and Acting categories. Here is the list for possible directors: George ...

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Out on a Limb

Very few Oscar pundits are out on a limb this year with their predictions. After a while, it seems a little pointless to build a chart where everyone is predicting exactly the same thing. We might as well have one list. But there are some risky choices that may or ...

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AD's Big Fat Predictions Chart is UP

We are compiling them little by little, bit by bit. We will be adding more, changing, altering, taking away.  But so far, this is what we have in the preliminary stages.  Thanks to Marshall Flores for helping to gather the data and put it into spreadsheets. There is much left ...

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Final Predictions Taking Shape

Both the Gurus of Gold and Tom O’Neil’s Gold Derby have been assembling predictions. ¬†We will be building our Big Fat Predictions chart some time today. ¬†The interesting thing to note is that, while most of the predictors are predicting a split between The King’s Speech for Picture (seems all ...

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Outguess Ebert, Win $100,000

Ebert has put both his predictions (thanks Ryan) and his Outguess Ebert contest online. ¬†I think there are more than a few smarty pants Oscar watchers out there who could make this a fair fight (“not unless we get out and swim”). ¬†GO FOR IT. ¬†In his predictions, Ebert goes ...

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Oscars 2010: Opposing Teams

People are taking sides. ¬†Fans, voters, bloggers. ¬†What’s an Oscar watcher to do? The way this year is going to go seems all but a certainty: a King’s Speech near-sweep. It’s time to take a look at what rivals may yet challenge The King’s Speech in the various categories, and ...

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Gold Derby's Oscar Predicts

A few of us are just having some fun with the race by sticking by The Social Network. ¬†My advice to you, Oscar watchers, though: do not try this at home. ¬†There isn’t a single thing about The King’s Speech to make anyone doubt its dominance. ¬†I do believe it ...

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Oscar contenders run another gauntlet

At the awards ceremony for The National Board of Review Tuesday night, The Huffington Post asks Michelle Williams, Aaron Sorkin and Armie Hammer, Blake Lively, Sofia Coppola, M. Night Shyamalan and Hailee Steinfeld about their own expectations during awards season.

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Gold Derby’s New Batch of Predix

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Tom O’Neil queried a new group of folks to get their answers. Some of them are surprising, most continue the party line. Starting with Best Picture, he asked Tim Appelo (Hollywood Reporter), Michael Musto (Village Voice), Kevin Polowy (NextMovie), Keith Simanton (IMDB), Anne Thompson (Thompson on Hollywood, Indie Wire) and ...

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