Oscar predictions 2019: All 24 categories, with every nominee ranked in order of their racetrack odds

After months of anticipation and what’s felt from several media and industry groups like hundreds of awards, the Oscars are upon us. All 24 categories will be passed out on Sunday night, February 24, during a ceremony hosted by… well, no on in particular. Maybe. But who will win? Scroll down for our predictions in every class from Best Picture all the way to Best Live Action Short. The nominees are listed together with our projected winners, in sequence of their racetrack chances.
As of this writing more than 6,000 enrolled Gold Derby users have chimed in with their Oscar picks. That includes the Expert journalists we’ve polled from major press outlets, the Editors who pay awards year-round for Gold Derby, the Top 24 Users who got the highest scores calling last year’s Oscar winners, and the All-Star Top 24 who had the best prediction scores once you combine the last 2 year’s Oscar outcomes. Last, of course, is our enormous assortment of Users, one of whom will almost certainly put the remainder of our predictions to shame.
Some years a strong business consensus forms around a single film, as when”Argo” (2012) and”Birdman” (2014) spanned the major guild prizes in their way to Oscar successes for Best Picture. But this year has been divided. “Green Book” was looking great after it won Best Picture at the Producers Guild Awards, but then director Peter Farrelly was snubbed at the Oscars. “Black Panther” won the SAG Award for the ensemble cast, but it too underperformed from the Oscar nominations.
Subsequently”Roma” won the Directors Guild Award and then followed up with a BAFTA success for Best Picture. And it is tied with”The Favourite” since the year’s most nominated film at the Oscars. So it’s our front-runner for Best Picture going into Oscar weekend. But films have looked strong in recent decades only to be triggered at the finish line. “The Revenant” (2015) looked like the top competition until it was angry by”Spotlight” And right then”La La Land” (2016) looked like it had everything sewn up until it was bested by”Moonlight” in among the biggest upsets ever.
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