FILM AWARDS CLEARINGHOUSE VOL. 6A
Here's the latest FAC focused on Best Picture, Director, Actress and Actor.
The FAC uses the published predictions of the following to develop its list of likely Oscar nominees:
Sasha Stone/Awards Daily
Bred Brevet/Rope of Silicon
Nathaniel Rogers/Film Experience
Anne Thompson/Thompson on Hollywood
Clayton Davis/Awards Circuit
Scott Feinberg/The Hollywood Reporter
Telluride #41 films are Bold (with their last rating in parentheses).
1) Boyhood (1)
2) Birdman (3)
3) The Imitation Game (4)
4) Selma (2)
5) The Theory of Everything (5)
6) The Grand Budapest Hotel (15)
7) Whiplash (7)
8) Foxcatcher (9)
9) Unbroken (6)
10) Gone Girl (8)
11) Into the Woods (12)
12) Nightcrawler (NR)
13) Interstellar (10)
14) Mr. Turner (13)
15) A Most Violent Year (14)
Hot: Grand Budapest, Nightcrawler
Not: Selma, Unbroken, Gone Girl, American Sniper
Comment: "Grand Budapest" returns to a serious part of the conversation in light of good news from critics and Globes nominations. "Selma's" drop is probably not all that crucial.
1) Richard Linklater/Boyhood (1)
2) Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu/Birdman (2)
3) Ava DuVernay/Selma (3)
4) Morten Tyldum/The Imitation Game (4)
5) Wes Anderson/The Grand Budapest Hotel (13)
6) David Fincher/Gone Girl (6)
7) Damien Chazelle/Whiplash (7)
8) Bennett Miller/Foxcatcher (10)
9) Angelina Jolie/Unbroken (5)
10) James Marsh/The Theory of Everything (8)
Hot: Anderson, Miller
Not: Jolie, Marsh and Nolan
Comment: the Director's race continues to tell me that "Imitation Game" is the more likely Best Picture spoiler compared to "The Theory of Everything". Wes Anderson also benefits from "The Grand Budapest" explosion over the lat ten days.
1) Julianne Moore/Still Alice (1)
2) Reese Witherspoon/Wild (2)
3) Felicity Jones/The Theory of Everything (3)
4) Rosamund Pike/Gone Girl (4)
5) Jennifer Aniston/Cake (9)
6) Amy Adams/Big Eyes (6)
7) Hilary Swank/The Homesman (5)
8) Marion Cotillard/Two Days, One Night (11)
9) Emily Blunt/Into the Woods (7)
10) Shailene Woodley/The Fault in Our Stars (8)
Hot: Aniston and Cotillard.
Not: Swank, Blunt, Woodley and Mbatha-Raw
Comment: Aniston is a hot enough candidate that I expect she might be parked at #2 when we re-visit the category in two weeks. Ultimately, the five nominees might be known at this point.
1) Michael Keaton/Birdman (1)
2) Eddie Redmayne/The Theory of Everything (2)
3) Benedict Cumberbatch/The Imitation Game (3)
4) David Oyelowo/Selma (4)
5) Steve Carell/Foxcatcher (5)
6) Jake Gyllenhaal/Nightcrawler (10)
7) Timothy Spall/Mr. Turner (7)
8) Ralph Fiennes/The Grand Budapest Hotel (11)
9) Oscar Isaac/A Most Violent Year (8)
10) Chadwick Boseman/Get On Up (14)
Hot: Gyllenhaal, Fiennes and Boseman
Comment: Gyllenhaal is definitely a part of the convo along with Oyelowo and Carell for the fourth and fifth spots.
Thompson on Hollywood talks to the Telluride Tribute recipient, Oscar winner and potential nominee about "Two Days, One Night" and other matters.
FOXCATCHER AND MAKEUP
Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" makes the final lineup of seven films that can still be Oscar nominated for outstanding hair and makeup:
RUDDERLESS TOP TEN
William H. Macy's (and Casey Twenter and Jeff Robison's) "Rudderless" makes Fred Topel/Crave Online's Top 15 film list from 2014.
Ahead of: "Unbroken", "Boyhood", "Begin Again" and "Gone Girl".
Check the list here:
CRITIC'S CHOICE AWARDS NOMINATIONS LED BY "BIRDMAN"
Continuing a trend that I have said will carry on into Oscar nomination morning, Alejandro Inarritu's "Birdman" led all films with 13 Critic's Choice Award nominations including Best Picture, Actor, Supporting Actress, Supporting Actor, Direction and Screenplay.
Also among the nominees from Telluride:
"The Imitation Game": Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay
"Two Days, One Night": Best Actress
"Wild" Best Actress, Adapted Screenplay
"Foxcatcher" Best Supporting Actor
The complete list is here:
More in Monday...