Young Hollywood Stars We Know Will Win Oscars One Day

Remigio Civitarese
Febbraio 27, 2017

"And Moonlight", which comes into these awards with eight nominations, is projected to win Best Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali) and Best Adapted Screenplay.

"La La Land is not over-hyped". So expect a shock win for something polished and feel-good like A Man Called Ove over an expected win for everyone's favourite foreign film of 2016, Toni Erdmann.

There is an outside chance that a wave of guilt about the diversity controversy of recent years could swing some votes towards Moonlight, Hidden Figures or Fences - all of which are deserving - or that Hollywood might want to show it has forgiven seemingly reformed bad boy Mel Gibson by rewarding his war movie Hacksaw Ridge.

The Best Actor race does have Ryan Gosling among the nominees, but it seems to really be a two-man race between Casey Affleck and Denzel Washington. As the only one with a majority of black nominees, it would be very surprising for Nicole Kidman or Michelle Williams to edge them out.

So, to the actresses who say "fashion just isn't my thing, why should I be obliged to participate?" However, red carpet coverage will begin at 5:30 p.m. EST on E! and ABC will go live at 7 p.m. with Jess Cagle, Amy Robach, Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer, Michael Strahan, and Joe Zee.

This awards season, the popping of champagne corks has been muted by the tense political situation in the United States. President Donald Trump's controversial (and now halted) travel ban, which led Iranian director Asghar Farhadi to opt out of attending despite a nomination for The Salesman, has sparked much anger. In fact, this is the one category where previous form and even critical reputation means nothing as plenty of unheralded little films have walked away with the statue, beating better, more awarded and much loved films, to leave cinephiles and film critics stumped. Director Barry Jenkins and many cast members wore pins symbolizing unity, while Jenkins spoke of his disappointment over the divisions in society that the election had exposed.

It's no secret that La La Land is the big favorite to earn major Oscars glory on Sunday.

Jimmy Kimmel is getting ready for the highest-profile gig of his career: hosting the 89th Oscars. After last year's #OscarSoWhite controversy, the Academy made a decision to acknowledge an incredible slate of talent and diversity this year.

The Supporting Actor categories have obvious front-runners in the form of Mahershala Ali in "Moonlight" and Viola Davis in "Fences".

Altre relazioniGrafFiotech

Discuti questo articolo

Segui i nostri GIORNALE