Oscars Forecasts: Best Picture – Decorations and Studios Carry Vigorous Records For Getting back to the Films

 Grants Circuit is home to the authority forecasts for the forthcoming Oscars function from film grants manager Clayton Davis. 

Following history, buzz, news, surveys and sources, the Foundation Grants expectations are refreshed routinely with the current year's rundown of competitors in all classes. Assortment's Honors Circuit Expectation plan comprises of four stages, running throughout the year: Draft, Pre-Season, Standard Season and Post Season. The qualification schedule and dates of grants will decide how long each stage endures and is liable to change.

AWARDS PREDICTION COMMENTARY: A tradition for the past 16 years, I’ve always thrown shots in the dark in the week immediately following the Academy Awards. For the first time, my year-in-advance top pick, Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland,” won picture and director. Can lightning strike twice?

The last two years have included thoughts that 2019’s “Harriet” from Kasi Lemmons would have a big Academy debut, with top spots for eventual nominee Cynthia Erivo, but the love ending there. In 2018, I suspected “The Irishman” from Martin Scorsese would arrive in time, but alas, it was pushed to 2019.

Other past choices have included 2017’s “Phantom Thread” (then untitled), 2016’s “Silence” (although I did have “Moonlight” in the predicted 10), 2015’s “The Good Dinosaur” (Pixar has to be inching toward a moment, right?), 2014’s “Inherent Vice” (why not another try for Paul Thomas Anderson?), 2013’s “The Counselor” (always circling the Ridley Scott overdue narrative), 2012’s “Lincoln” (probably the runner-up to “Argo,” which was also predicted) and 2011’s “War Horse” (Steven Spielberg is never a bad choice).

While it’s thrilling to be a promising awards contender, no one likes to be the frontrunner this early, so I should preface this with: we don’t know anything yet.

I should also stress, credited producers, release dates, and rankings are subject to change…in other words, let’s not take this too seriously.

House of Gucci" (MGM/United Artists Releasing)

Giannina Facio, Mark Huffam, Ridley Scott, Kevin J. Walsh (producers)

"Nightmare Alley" (Searchlight Pictures)

J. Miles Dale, Guillermo del Toro (producers)

"Tick, Tick...Boom!" (Netflix)

Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Julie Oh (producers)

"The Harder They Fall" (Netflix)

Lawrence Bender, Jay-Z, James Lassiter, Jeymes Samuel (producers)

"Being the Ricardos" (Amazon Studios)

Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, Steve Tisch (producers)

Blue Bayou" (Focus Features)

Poppy Hanks, Charles D. King, Kim Roth (producers)

"Don't Worry Darling" (Warner Bros)

Roy Lee, Olivia Wilde, Miri Yoon (producers)

"CODA" (Apple TV Plus)

Fabrice Gianfermi, Philippe Rousselet, Patrick Wachsberger (producers)

"Encanto" (Walt Disney Pictures)

Yvett Merino Flores, Clark Spencer (producers)

"Flee" (Neon)

Natalie Farrery, Signe Byrge (producers)


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