Oscar nominations 2016, forecasts and predictions
And to begin with, who will have the coveted nominations. All predictions. With the “usual” starring Leonardo di Caprio
Oscar 2016. First appointment waiting for the big night (scheduled for 28 February), the nomination. A few days after the ceremony of the Golden Globe really it misses it very little.
Many categories in the competition, but the odds are unleashed on the main: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress. And we know.
In some cases, the bets are discounted (see under Leonardo DiCaprio).
In others, working blackberries than fantasy: add a seat at the table for Star Wars VII?
That’s who the ‘favorites’ today:
And ‘the most difficult category. The temptation is always to add it to the veteran rose to five, you have to leave out several films that impressed critics and audiences. On top of the weather, with some confidence, there’s The Revenant Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, given for absolute favorite. Not only Because the protagonist DiCaprio fast statuettes for too long (ie always), but anche Because It could mark the double consecutive win of the Mexican director.
For everyone else, the instinct is to point to the titles That had Already Contributed to a Golden Globe. Plus one (7 Star Wars: The Awakening of the Force, but most still see ‘impossible). The unknowns? Anomalisa, Carol and The Danish Girl remain outside the prediction but with doubt That could occuopare least one of These places.
The Revenant – The revived
The Martian – The Survivors
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Hateful Eight
The big bet
Star Wars 7: The awakening of the Force
Leonardo DiCaprio (and all of us) expect the statuettes Academy since The Wolf of Wall Street, on the last occasion he Which Has Been ‘hijacked’. Unfortunately for him, this time, is Likely to contend with Opponents of all respect. Even stronger than he. Among them, the Oscar-winning Eddie Redmayne (in the shoes of the first transsexual who has faced the task), Bryan Cranston and Michael Fassbender, Themselves struggling with challenging characters and true stories.
Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant
Eddie Redmayne – The Danish Girl
Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs
Matt Damon – The Martian
Bryan Cranston – The Last Word – The true story of Dalton Trumbo
The quintet blackberries interesting contrapporrebbe the “mature” Cate Blanchett in “catch-all” Jennifer Lawrence and the young and talented Brie Larson (fresh Golden Globe), Alicia Vikander and Saoirse Ronan.
Brie Larson – Room
Cate Blanchett – Carol
Jennifer Lawrence – Joy
Alicia Vikander – The Danish Girl
Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn