Oscars 2021 Predictions | Festivals and awards

Viola Davis, “The Black Background of Ma Rainey”
Andra Day, “The United States Against Billie Holiday”
Vanessa Kirby, “Pieces of a Woman”
Frances McDormand, “Nomadland”
Carey Mulligan, “Promising Young Women”

The winner: Carey Mulligan
Possible dispute: Viola Davis
This is where I listen to my heart. Nominated only once before for her role as an early schoolgirl in “An Education” in 2009, Mulligan has often been underrated in roles such as “Shame” in 2011 and “Inside Llewyn Davis” in 2013. But “Promising Young” Woman ”probably required double the acting and emotional play of her fellow nominees, given that her character pulls a trick every night to teach a lesson to men who prey on vulnerable drunk women. Mulligan injected just the right amount into his role to sum up the #MeToo era. It also didn’t hurt that she hosted “Saturday Night Live” and had another admired role on “The Dig”. As much as I admire Davis, especially the scene where the diva-esque blues legend delays the studio recording process by demanding multiple bottles of iced Coke, it’s not my favorite of his roles. But I think the fact that she only sings one tune herself is a downside. In addition, his film was neglected in the list of best films. In addition, she already has an Oscar for her supporting role in “Fences” in 2016.

Sacha Baron Cohen, “The Chicago 7 Trial”
Daniel Kaluuya, “Judas and the Black Messiah”
Leslie Odom Jr., “A Night in Miami”
Paul Raci, “Sound of Metal”
Lakeith Stanfield, “Judas and the Black Messiah”

The winner: Daniel Kaluuya
Possible dispute: Paul Raci
In a tight race, Kaluuya took advantage of the fact that his flashy role as Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton was in a 2021 release and felt fresher than the movies released last year. The British artist had previously won an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for his work in the 2017 horror film ‘Get Out’. Considering he’s already won a Golden Globe, Critics Choice Award, SAG Award, and BAFTA, he’s clearly the favorite here. And he did a great job showing his humorous side by recently hosting “Saturday Night Live”. Then there’s the dark horse Raci, a 73-year-old actor with four decades of experience, who was raised as a child of deaf adults and fluent in American Sign Language, and used his experience to play a deaf mentor of heavy metal drummer Riz Ahmed who is losing his hearing. His role being a real supportive effort could give him an advantage over others.

Maria Bakalova, “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”
Glenn Close, “Hillbilly Elegy”
Olivia Colman, “The Father”
Amanda Seyfried, “Mank”
Yuh-Jung Youn, “Minari”

The winner: Yuh-Jung Youn
Possible spoiler: Glenn Close
After winning a SAG honor as well as a BAFTA trophy, Youn, 73 – known as Korean Meryl Streep – stumbled while trying to thank the British contingent who honored her by declaring them a ‘snob’. His innocent flub in front of the camera made his speech one of the highlights of the Oscar season so far. She currently carries the honor of being the first Korean performer to be voted Best Supporting Actress. His chemistry with Alan S. Kim as an eight-year-old grandson, both addicted to Mountain Dew, helps take his performance to the next level. It comes down to the war of the grandmothers. Close is clearly the best reason to watch Ron Howard’s mediocre film version of “Hillbilly Elegy.” But she was also nominated for a Razzie for her fiery “Terminator” – an elderly person, also known as Mamaw. Sadly, she will likely equal the late Peter O’Toole’s record of eight losses without a win on Sunday night.

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