Ellen DeGeneres is known for featuring segments within her day-time talk show and on Sunday, Mar.2, 7E/4P, viewers will see how she will incorporate those elements in the night’s event as the Oscar host.
Before unveiling the prediction of the remaining categories, check out the following links for prior predictions:
Part 1: Short Film (Animated/ Live Action) and Documentary (Short Subject and Feature).
Part 2: Makeup & Hairstyling, Costume, Production Design and Cinematography.
Part 3: Music (Original Song/ Score), Sound (Editing/Mixing), Visual Effects and Film Editing.
Part 4: Writing (Adapted/Original), Foreign Films and Animated Films
Details of the category, film, biography of the contenders and the trailers are provided by the Academy, IMDB.com and Examiner.com.
Actress in a Supporting Role
Julia Roberts – “Osage County” - Bio , Trailer
Actor in a Supporting Role
Actress in a Leading Role
Actor in a Leading Role
Christian Bale – “American Hustle” - Bio , Trailer
“American Hustle” - Synopsis & Trailer
“Captain Phillips” - Synopsis & Trailer
“Dallas Buyers Club” - Synopsis & Trailer
“Philomena” - Synopsis & Trailer
“The Wolf of Wall Street” - Synopsis & Trailer
If it can happen in the Oscar then it could happen in a best of 24 category prediction. In case of tie breaker use the following to determine the winner courtesy of Oscarmaster and its inceptor Phil Welsh:
- The number of cut-off speeches during the ceremony’s event.
- The duration of the victor’s speech in the Best Picture category.
Whether you have success in a group contest or challenging yourself with the perfect ballot, hopefully you enjoyed the films of 2013 whether or not they were recognized by the Academy. But until then best of luck as we see what 2014 presents.