Now that the SAG Awards, The Golden Globes and the other guild awards have been handed out... who is the front-runner for the Academy Awards? Given the Oscar nominations as they stand now, Oscar Watch looks at who stands out.
With the Golden Globes winners announced, we're left to wonder how their victories influence the chances for an Oscar. Since the Oscars and Golden Globes are voted on by very different bodies, it is a complicated question.
The latest Movie Fanatic Oscar Watch predicts the five major Academy Awards categories and who will get nominated. We forecast who will get Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor.
This week's Oscar Watch looks at the Producers Guild and its newly announced nominations. Given that the last six winners of Oscar Best Picture also won theirs... the organization's pick can be seen as predicting the future.
With the announcement of the Golden Globe nominations, Oscar Watch takes a look at how it influences the Academy Awards. With Golden Globes breaking their Best Pictures into drama and comedy/musical... things do get complicated.
Oscar Watch looks at our final category for the Academy Awards 2013 and it's Best Picture. The Oscar for Best Picture was once thought to be a lock for Lincoln, and now it appears it is going to be Argo.
The Best Original Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay Oscars features the best of the best of the written word this year on film. The favorite to win Best Original Screenplay has to be Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained and Tony Kushner for Lincoln.
The Best Actress field at this year's Academy Awards is one of the roughest categories to call. From Naomi Watts and her unbelievable turn in The Impossible to Jennifer Lawrence stealing scenes from Robert De Niro in Silver Linings Playbook, and then there's Jessica Chastain in Zero Dark Thirty -- predicting Best Actress in 2013 is tough.