Down to the Wire – One Last Look at Split Guilds, Split Oscars
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Down to the Wire – One Last Look at Split Guilds, Split Oscars

The Gurus of GoldĀ and Gold Derby have put out their predictions. No one is predicting…

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Screen Actors Guild Preview and Predictions & No Guts, Glory
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Screen Actors Guild Preview and Predictions & No Guts, Glory

My No Guts No Glory: Big Bang Theory for Comedy Ensemble Oprah Winfrey for Supporting…

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The State of the Race: It’s all Down to the Producers Guild
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The State of the Race: It’s all Down to the Producers Guild

Pic taken from Boiseweekly The fate of Best Picture is now in the hands of…

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The Prediction Game, and They’re Off
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The Prediction Game, and They’re Off

Gold Derby has assembled a ragtag group for the first predictions sweep (Movie City News’…

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Big Bad Predictions Chart – It’s a Beginning
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Big Bad Predictions Chart – It’s a Beginning

We have our prelim chart up and running. You will notice from this year how…

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50 Psychics Predict Lincoln to win Best Picture
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50 Psychics Predict Lincoln to win Best Picture

Since it’s such a wide open Oscar race, since nothing like this has happened quite…

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Clumsy, Outdated Narrative Keeps Presenting Lincoln as Frontrunner
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Clumsy, Outdated Narrative Keeps Presenting Lincoln as Frontrunner

Even now, as Argo has won every major award heading into the race, when not…

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Les Miz Takes Imaginary Lead at Gold Derby
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Les Miz Takes Imaginary Lead at Gold Derby

I have never believed you can trust people predicting a movie to WIN that they…

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Digging into Anne Thompson’s Oscar Predictions
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Digging into Anne Thompson’s Oscar Predictions

Oscar Predictions: You Don’t Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows
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Oscar Predictions: You Don’t Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows

Back in 1999, when Oscarwatch.com first began, the highest of priorities was to correctly predict…

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