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Forget the Oscars office pool. For the first time in memory, Hollywood really has no idea what movie will win the best picture in the Academy Awards. " Roma, Green Book, Black Panther and BlacKkKlansman are all winners, say studio managers. The prize can also go to a rival in "Dark Bohemian Rhapsody", perhaps – because of the voting system where the best candidates for paintings ranged from one to eight and the positions for the second and third place can wear as much weight as First Place
Usually a movie dominates in before Oscar gala, signaling where the race will be. But not this year. "Roma," most often seen at Netflix, was named Best Film by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. The Green Book gathered the big trophy at the America's Guild of Producers' Guild ceremony. The powerful screen-guild guild shed its weight behind the Black Panther. BlacKkKlansman aggressively led his campaign.
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In the atmosphere of insecurity, the Oscar transmission itself is added. For the first time in 30 years there will be no host – Kevin Hart retired amid a new study of his past anti-homosexuals on Twitter. And the academy jumped from one mistake to the next during the preparation. Will the 91st Dolby Theater ceremony end up going smoothly as the producers have promised? Or TV TV Will Decrease Like Rob Lowe and Snow White: Part 2?
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A particularly competitive year in the actress categories
Improving the role of women in Hollywood led to a particularly competitive year in the best actress and actress support
After winning the Golden Globes Awards and the SAG Awards, Glenn Close, nominated for the wife of "The Woman", is a favorite to win the best actress. There is a feeling among many people in Hollywood that Close – the Oscar-nominated live performer will never win – is late for his turn on stage. This is her seventh nomination. But hot on his heels is Olivia Coleman, nominated for the first time to play Queen Ana in LOVE. Coleman won the Bafta.
Professional predictions are divided into actresses. The Variety Awards columnist expects voters to support Regina King, nominated for her mighty mother in the art-house drama "If Beale Street Were Talking." On the other hand, the Hollywood Reporter called this race for Amy Adams. To play Lyn Cheney in "Deputy". Adams has never won, though he has won six nominations over the years.
Could this be Spike Lee's year?
Alfonso Cuaron, the power behind the "Roma", is based on his childhood in Mexico City, can easily win the best director. Previously he won in the category in 2014 for "Gravity". If his name is called, it will be the fifth time in six years that the Mexican director triumphed in the category. In addition to Cuaron, Guillermo Del Toro and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarito are the winners.
But some people in Hollywood think that Lee, who is the director and co-author of BlackClanner, also has a chance. Lee has never won an Oscar for his only career – this is the first time he has been nominated for directing – and he has been campaigning hard on making television footage as the vote went into
"Spider-Man" vs. Disney
The Academy of Film Arts and Sciences began awarding an Oscar for animation in 2001 and a Disney company won 70% of the time, including the last
But the best animated film can slip out of the studio this year.
Sony Pictures, working hard to build their animation operation, is ready to win for its stylized. Spider-Man: In the ayurved verse. But Disney could worry. "Incredibles 2" from the Pixar division of the company is also a strong contender.
Whatever the result of the animation, Disney is unlikely to leave the ceremony without at least a bit of gold. Pixar's "Bao", featuring the keddle, which comes alive and directed by Domi Shi, will almost certainly win the most animated piece.
Security among Chaos
There are some secure bets. Rami Malek, for example, is a favorite to win a best actor for his turn as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, who has gathered one trophy after another on his way to the Oscars. Look for the Queen's musical drama to get the best mix of sound.
There is no doubt that Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson and their "shallow" composers will be invited to the stage for the best song. Gaga, also nominated for her lead role in A Star Is Born, will perform "Shallow" during the ceremony, along with her star Bradley Cooper, a multiple nominee who joins her.
The three experts who transformed Christian Bale is expected to become Dick Cheney in Vicse to win an Academy Award for makeup and hairdressing achievements.
The nominees are diverse. Let's see the winners.
Part of the reason why Academy Awards are becoming more and more difficult to predict is the membership of the organization, which is growing rapidly, especially abroad, in order to reduce the volume of voices with white men. Academic leaders are excited about their progress, which can lead to a more comprehensive honorary group.
The victory for Lee will be the first time a black director has taken home the best Oscar director. Hanna Beach, nominated for her production project "Black Panther", and Ruth Carter, leading the costume of the Black Panther, may end the night as the first African-Americans to win in their categories.
And "Roma," shot in Spanish and Mixtec, will be the first foreign language film to run as the best picture.
All eyes of Netflix
In many ways, the best picture race this year has become the Netflix referendum, which has never won.
Campaign leader Tabac's new campaign moving from the giant giant, has made a colossal push for the "Roma," excluding some members of the academy. Other voters do not believe that Netflix's films should be eligible for the Oscar in the first place – that the "Roma" should be considered a TV movie because the Internet is his main home. Netflix offered theaters only a three-week exclusivity period to show the movie (three months is standard), leading to a boycott of multiplex circuits. The "Roma" were eventually booked in about 250 smaller theaters in the United States, but Netflix declined to reveal ticket sales. opposed to a decline in traditional studios such as the 20th Century Fox. In the future Netflix intends to release about 90 films a year, including documentaries. Perhaps special films such as "Roma" do not need a broad theatrical release?
"Roma," with 10 joint nominations, is not the only Netflix film to compete for the Oscars. Buster Scrubs Ballad by director-writers Joel and Ethan Cohen competes in adapted scenarios, songs and costumes. And documentary short Netflix, called "Period. The end of the sentence. "Which she thinks Mrs. Tabak is a producer can collect a trophy. The film looks at women in rural India who struggle with menstrual stigma by making hygienic pads.