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Who Will Win the Oscars?

Who Will Win the Oscars?

Sunday night, the Academy Awards are back! Last year, over 43 million people tuned in to watch Ellen Degeneres host the Oscars. This year, it’s all about Neil Patrick Harris. Did you catch his commercials?

We made our predictions this morning. Need help with yours?

Here are the odds-on favorites to win the major categories on Sunday . . . plus the nominee with the second-best odds, if you want to change it up a little.

Best Picture:  “Birdman”, followed by “Boyhood”

Best Director:  Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (“Birdman”), followed by Richard Linklater (“Boyhood”)

Best Actor:  Eddie Redmayne (“The Theory of Everything”), followed by Michael Keaton (“Birdman”)

Best Actress:  Julianne Moore (“Still Alice”), followed by Reese Witherspoon (“Wild”)

Best Supporting Actor:  J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”), followed by Edward Norton (“Birdman”)

Best Supporting Actress:  Patricia Arquette (“Boyhood”), followed by Emma Stone (“Birdman”)

Best Adapted Screenplay:  “The Imitation Game”, followed by “Whiplash”

Best Original Screenplay:  “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, followed by “Birdman”

Best Animated Feature Film:  “How to Train Your Dragon 2”, followed by “Big Hero 6”

Best Foreign Film:  “Ida” (Poland), followed by “Leviathan” (Russia)

Best Documentary Feature:  “CitizenFour”, followed by “Virunga”

Best Original Score:  “The Theory of Everything”, followed by “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

Best Original Song:  “Glory” (“Selma”), followed by “Everything Is Awesome” (“The Lego Movie”)

Best Costume Design:  “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, followed by “Into the Woods”

Best Animated Short Film:  “Feast”, followed by “The Bigger Picture”

Best Live-Action Short Film:  “The Phone Call”, followed by “Boogaloo and Graham”

Best Production Design:  “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, followed by “Into the Woods”

Best Visual Effects:  “Interstellar”, followed by “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”

Best Cinematography:  “Birdman”, followed by “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

Best Makeup and Hairstyling:  “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, followed by “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Best Film Editing:  “Boyhood”, followed by “Whiplash”



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