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  • ClockworkCaptain

    Stuff Grace failed to mention.

    Fox Searchlight- Youth (Dated for October) and Demolition (TBA 2015), and A Bigger Splash (Fall 2015)

    SPC – Son of Saul, Truth, and I Saw the Light. All confirmed for 2015

    Weinstein: Three Generations (Sept 2015)

    Lionsgate: Freeheld (October, SICARIO (September), Genius (Winter 2015)

    Disney: Star Wars (Has Avatar's release date), Inside Out (Pixar films like the are OscAr contenders), The Light Between Oceans

    Open Road: Spotlight (Dated October or Novemeber), Bleed for This

    Warner Bros: Our Brand is Crisis

    You missed many yet list stuff like True Story….

  • dobcsek

    Am I the only one who's getting bored with the Jennifer Lawrence – B Cooper couple in films? Both great actors and Loved Silver Lining Playbooks, but enough is enough.

  • Steven Owsley

    I think Revenant, Hateful, and the Danish Girl will have a showdown in most categories.

    Suffragette and Carol shovel get acting nods for the Oscar darlings involved, but I don't see them Bagging best picture.

    I think Pan and Mad Max could bad some nods and wins in the technical categories.

  • bosentica

    These are my predictions: (Probably I would change it after the results of Venice Festival, everyone can share their predictions)

    Best Picture:
    Brooklyn, Carol, Far From the Madding Crowd, Inside Out, Mad Max: Fury Road, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, The End of the Tour, 45 Years

    Best Director:
    Andrew Haigh, Todd Haynes, John Crowley, George Miller, Peter Docter

    Best Leading Actor:
    Tom Courtnay, Michael Fassbender, Ian McKllen, Jason Segel, Michael Caine

    Best Leading Actress:
    Charlotte Rampling, Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Blythe Danner, Emily Blunt

    Best Supporting Actor:
    Emory Cohen, Oscar Issac, Benicio del Toro, Jesse Eisenberg, Harvey Keitel

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Julie Walters, Cynthia Nixon, Marion Cotillard, Jane Fonda, Rachel Weisz

    Best Original Screenplay:
    Alex Garland, Paul Weitz, Bob Petersen & Peter Docter, Sean Baker & Chris Bergoch, Amy Schumer & Judd Apatow

    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    Nick Hornby, Phyllis Nagy, Jacob Koskoff & Todd Louiso, Donald Marguilles, Marielle Heller

  • AP Studios

    I've seen Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. It's a great movie, but I wouldn't expect a lot of nominations for it.

  • Nicholas Nagawiecki

    I just hope that this year doesn't turn out to be a sweep for just two or three movies. Let's bring some variety to these awards.

  • carlosreyes11

    Warner Bros will shoot on the foot if it does not promote Mad Max Fury Road which is more than just a great action movie , it is a great film period. It can also claim several awards: Best actress (Theron), Best Director (Miller), Cinematography (Seale) among others. Go MMFR go!

  • MOTat18

    Grace, do you think that, come the airing of the awards, you could do a sort of check up on whether or not you accurately predicted the movies? Like for pre-awards, you can revisit this video and see which of the ones you listed actually were nominated. And for your post-awards video, you can see which ones won and compare that to your Oscar winners predictions video.