Pencils Down, Pass Your Oscar Ballots to the Front: 10 Burning Questions Regarding Potential Nominations
Pencils down, pass your ballots to the front because the Oscar nomination voting is now closed.Speaking to voters over the past week, it’s been relatively clear about what voters like and who they’re supporting in a strong year for film.Nominations will be announced on Tuesday, Feb.
8, and we have the 10 burning questions we want to be answered.Which movie will lead the nomination tally?There have been three films that have been nominated for 14 Oscars in history — “All About Eve” (1950), “Titanic” (1997) and “La La Land” (2016).
We likely won’t see any film get near tying or beating that record.
The three most likely candidates to lead the charge are “Belfast” from Focus Features, “Dune” from Warner Bros.
and “The Power of the Dog” from Netflix.
You could also add “West Side Story” from 20th Century Studios as a dark horse possibility, especially since its tally seems
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