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    Why on earth did Ben Affleck fail to receive an Oscar nomination for Best Achievement in Directing?

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    The 85th annual Academy Awards will be presented this Sunday, and that means that there are a lot of very nervous people both in and outside of Hollywood.

    The nominees, the presenters, the performers, and most of all, the pundits.

    Why do the pundits top the list for Oscar anxiety? Let’s put it this way. The nominees are generally only worried about their own categories. The presenters and performers have only a few minutes on stage to humiliate themselves if their sequences go terribly wrong. But for the pundits who make predictions in all 24 categories, there are three hours of sheer agony as the envelopes are slowly opened one by one. Will we get sound editing right? What about documentary short subject? And how about live action short picture?

    You get the picture.

    But there’s one pundit who is especially nervous this year: yours truly, Fox’s Dr. Oscar. last year, I correctly predicted winners in Oscar’s nine major categories, including the far-from-certain wins by Best Actor Jean Dujardin in “The Artist” and Best Actress Meryl Streep in “The Iron Lady.” In fact, FOX 411 was one of the only major entertainment news entities to get the big ones all right.

    This year, I’m determined to make sure that we do it again. And I’m going to try and call a number of surprises. No guts, no glory.

    So whether you’re taking part in a fiercely competitive office Oscar pool or just want to impress your family and friends while you watch the show, allow me to give you what I hope will be the most accurate predictions in the cybersphere for the nine major award categories. As Bette Davis so accurately put it in 1950’s “All About Eve,” fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.

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    “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane is hosting the ceremony for the first time, so maybe he’ll borrow one of our jokes. 

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  • 02/25/13--09:31: 5 biggest Oscar surprises
  • The 85th Annual Academy Awards have come and gone faster than you can say “Argo.” 

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    The nominations for the 71st Golden Globe Awards are in, and Hollywood probably doesn't know what hit it. 

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    The nominations for the 86th annual Academy Awards are out, and there are a some very happy people in Hollywood right now.

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    The very first time I watched the Academy Awards back in 1978, an outer space box office smash (“Star Wars”) cleaned up the technical categories but ended up losing Best Picture.

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    And the race is on.

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    Jennifer Aniston, Ralph Fiennes and others snubbed at this year's Annual Academy Awards.

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    Here are my final, foolproof and fearless Oscar predictions. Good luck, and may the odds forever be in your favor.

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    As usual, it’s some of the names that weren’t called out that really have Tinseltown tongues wagging.

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    This Sunday’s 88th annual Academy Awards will have something for everyone.

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    The Golden Globe Awards came and went, offering a few surprises and adding increased uncertainty to what may be the most unpredictable Oscar race in recent memory. 

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    Why on earth did Ben Affleck fail to receive an Oscar nomination for Best Achievement in Directing?

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    “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane is hosting the ceremony for the first time, so maybe he’ll borrow one of our jokes. 

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  • 02/25/13--09:31: 5 biggest Oscar surprises
  • The 85th Annual Academy Awards have come and gone faster than you can say “Argo.” 

    0 0

    The nominations for the 71st Golden Globe Awards are in, and Hollywood probably doesn't know what hit it. 

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    The very first time I watched the Academy Awards back in 1978, an outer space box office smash (“Star Wars”) cleaned up the technical categories but ended up losing Best Picture.

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    And the race is on.

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    Jennifer Aniston, Ralph Fiennes and others snubbed at this year's Annual Academy Awards.

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