Oscars 2018 Winners Prediction: The heartbeat are going up by the minute as the Oscar 2018 ceremony is continues. Before the waiting game is over let’s play a prediction game.
We have already played some part of the game, our predictions have been somewhat coming true. Let’s learn why we think who would take away the trophy for Best Actor and Actress.
Oscars 2018 Winners Prediction for the Best Actor
Best Actor in leading Role Nominations:
- Timothée Chalamet – Call me by your Name
- Daniel Day – Lewis, Phantom Thread
- Daniel Kaluuya – Get Out
- Gary Oldman – Darkest Hour
- Denzel Washington – Roman J Israel, Esq
Best Actor in leading Role Prediction: Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour
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“You are reminded how it used to work, what great oratory and great leadership, statesmanship, used to look like. And it illustrates that there is great power in words, and they can galvanize and motivate and affect change. We’re going through a big cultural shift at the moment where we are realizing what you say and how you say it and who you say it to are important.” – Gary Oldman, #DarkestHour (📷: Christian Weber for @variety)
Gary Oldman‘s portrayal of Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour” has also the making of an Oscar Winner.
- An Historical Figure – with the help of prosthetic and heavy makeup, the 59 year old slips into the shoes of a Historical Figure quite effortlessly.
- Winner of Precursor Awards – While his competition is tough enough, Oldman has sailed through by grabbing all the major awards this season. From the Golden Globes to Critics’ Choice Awards.
Oscars 2018 Winners Prediction for the Best Actress
Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominations:
- Margot Robbie – I, Tonya
- Saoirse Ronan – Lady bird
- Sally Hawkins – The shape of water
- Francis McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
- Meryl Streep – The Post
Best Actress in a Leading Role Predictions: Frances McDormand, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Frances McDormand’s booked herself an Oscar by making Mildred so fearsome and unrelenting. She portrays a mother whose grief over her daughter’s unsolved murder converts into a vengeance and rage.
- The 60 year old surely knew how to knock this ball out of the park. With #metoo and #timesup moment so closely surrounding us, The character of Mildred is more approachable.
- She also took all the Precursor Awards this season.
Who are you rooting for the win? we will be back with anwers shortly.