Oscars 2020 Predictions: The Dominant Gulf In Oscars 2020

Oscars 2020 Predictions: The Dominant Gulf In Oscars 2020
Oscars 2020 Predictions: The Dominant Gulf In Oscars 2020

According to The New Yorker, sentiment has always defected predictions. 2020 Academy Awards might put aside your hope of expected nominations as scepticism is more overt than ever before. The absence of Adam Sandler and “Uncut Gems” from the nominees, Greta Gerwig or any other woman in the Best Director category, the scant presence of black actors—has hardly mattered in the slightest to the Academy.

The only thing of concern this year with “Joker” is for superheroism and other franchises to be represented on the broadcast, targeted towards the huge cluster of millennials which is why they floated a Best Popular Film award in 2018—before holding off.

The studios were never sensible at recognizing the enduring works of art apart from the romantic melodramas, loopy comedies, crime dramas, musicals, and Westerns which too were sometimes overlooked as frivolous. Because the fitting criteria lie in their serious intent and the self-important proclamation.

The Guardian has come up with the Oscars 2020 predictions. Here is how it looks like-

Best Picture

Will win: 1917
Should win: The Irishman
Should be a contender: Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Best Director

Will win: Bong Joon-ho for Parasite.
Should win: Quentin Tarantino for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Should be a contender: Greta Gerwig for Little Women

Best Actor

Will win: Joaquin Phoenix for Joker
Should win: Adam Driver for Marriage Story
Should be a contender: Eddie Murphy for Dolemite Is My Name

Best Actress

Will win: Renée Zellweger for Judy
Should win: Saoirse Ronan for Little Women
Should be a contender: Yong Mei for So Long, My Son

Best Supporting Actor

Will win: Brad Pitt for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Should win: Joe Pesci for The Irishman
Should be a contender: Robert Pattinson for The Lighthouse

Best Supporting Actor

Will win: Kathy Bates for Richard Jewell
Should win: Laura Dern for Marriage Story
Should be a contender: Tilda Swinton for The Souvenir

Best Animated Feature

Will win: Klaus
Should win: I Lost My Body
Should be a contender: A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

Best Adapted Screenplay

Will win: Steven Zaillian for The Irishman
Should win: Greta Gerwig for Little Women
Should be a contender: Edward Norton for Motherless Brooklyn

Best Original Screenplay

Will win: Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won for Parasite
Should win: Quentin Tarantino for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Should be a contender: Emily Halpern, Sarah Haskins, Susanna Fogel and Katie Silberman for Booksmart

Best Cinematography

Will win: Roger Deakins for 1917
Should win: Roger Deakins for 1917
Should be a contender: Mike Gioulakis for Us

Best Documentary

Will win: Honeyland
Should win: For Sama
Should be a contender: The Great Hack

Best International Feature Film

Will win: Parasite
Should win: Parasite
Should be a contender: Beanpole

Now, take a deep breath as the decided fate is yet to happen.

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