Sunday night marks the biggest night of awards season: the 93rd Academy Awards. Taking place across two sites — Union Station in downtown Los Angeles and the Oscars’ usual home of the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood — it will be unlike any Oscars in history.
Coronavirus restrictions dictate a socially-distanced awards show, with a stellar cast of stars taking part in person and remotely.
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Considered the top prize in cinema, Best Picture is always the final award of the night, and the one that prompts the most buzz. Nomadland is the current favourite to scoop the top prize, but which film do you want to win? Cast your vote below.
Florian Zeller's directorial debut The Father stars Anthony Hopkins as a mischievous and spritely man battling dementia, with Olivia Colman playing his struggling daughter Anne. The dizzying drama, which will get a UK cinema release on 11 June, has an outside chance of winning, with awards predictors Gold Derby having it pegged at 9/1 to win.
Judas And The Black Messiah
Directed by Shaka King from a script he co-wrote with Will Berson, Judas and the Black Messiah is an electrifying and dramatic history lesson in the life and betrayal of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton.
Boasting two Best Supporting Actor nominations for its co-leads Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield, the odds of it winning Best Picture are currently tied with The Father and Mank at 9/1 according to Gold Derby.
Perennial Oscar favourite David Fincher returned to the awards conversation with this historical Hollywood drama about the making of Citizen Kane. Although it has the most nominations of the night — ten in total — Mank seems to only have a slim chance of picking up the top prize.
Lee Isaac Chung's semi-autobiographical drama Minari could be a strong challenger for Nomadland on the big night, with six nominations in total. Gold Derby currently has the immigrant drama pegged as third favourite to win with odds of 13/2.
Chloe Zhao's poetic look at the life of a widow living on the edge of poverty is far and away the favourite to land top honours at the Oscars this year. Zhao's film has swept through awards season scooping up gongs like contestant on Supermarket Sweep, and is currently 4/1 favourite to win, according to Gold Derby.
Promising Young Woman
Emerald Fennell's revenge drama was a surprise addition to the awards season conversation when nominations were first starting to be announced, but has since emerged as a major player. The Sky Cinema exclusive has odds of 7/1 to pick up the top prize - could it deliver a huge upset?
Sound Of Metal
Directed and co-written by Darius Marder, and starring the Best Actor-nominated Riz Ahmed as a metal drummer who is struck with sudden hearing loss, Sound of Metal seems unlikely to bag the top prize but could likely pick up some of the technical prizes on the night.
The Trial Of The Chicago 7
With Netflix's unlimited budget, and insatiable hunger for awards glory behind it, Aaron Sorkin's all-star courtroom drama has risen in the odds over the past few weeks, and poses the biggest threat to Nomadland for the top prize. Gold Derby has given it odds of 11/2 to win, and is on the rise.
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