We are ready to see those incredible actors and actresses, the magic behind the cameras of those outstanding directors, and certainly we can’t forget the impressive contribution the supporting actors and actresses add to these movies but here we are again, the Oscars 2010 (winners coming!) Who will be the surprise top dogs of the night? Let’s take a quick trip among this impressive 2010 nominees, and possible winners plus take a look at the photos and video below.
What movies are your picks to take the gold statue? Let’s see, we have Avatar, The Blind Side, District 9, Inglorious Bastards, The Hurt Locker, An Education, A Serious Man, Precious, Up and Up in The Air, so who will take the Oscar, we think that Avatar will do it, but I also am a little into The Hurt Locker, both films are unbelievable, in their own way, so different, but memorable.
As for the great actors it a tough one! All of these gentleman are great. First Morgan Freeman – I really love him he is beyond words. With him we have George Clooney, Colin Firth, Jeff Bridges and Jeremy Renner, I have to say, Jeff Bridges is my pick and Jeremy Renner will have to be my second.
The Actors in a Supporting Role – it ain’t no piece of pie either. We have big names right here – Woody Harrelson, Matt Damon, Stanley Tucci, Christopher Waltz and Christopher Plummer. On this one I have to say Christopher Plummer is most likely to win and Christopher Waltz as the second pick.
We move on with the beautiful and talented, the ones that put magic on the films, certainly I am speaking about The Ladies! The remarkable and stunning ladies that are on this year’s nominations list we have Helen Mirren, Sandra Bullock, Carey Mulligan , Gabourney Sibide and Meryl Streep, Wow! All of them are perfect, their performances were breathtaking, but I think Gabourey Sidibe will be the lucky one and Sandra Bullock is my second pick.
The list of the Actresses in a Supporting Role are also filled with gorgeous talent like Penelope Cruz, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Vera Farmiga, Mo’Nique and Anna Kendrick, who do we think might win? I have to say Mo’Nique. And second pick? Anna Kendrick.
For directing, my pick is James Cameron and Kathryn Bigelow my second pick. For Art Directing my vote goes to Avatar as well, but on Film Editing my heart move a bit more to the Hurt Locker.
Of this year’s Foreign Language films nominated, we have some Latin talent that come to spice up things a bit that is what The Milk of Sorrow (La Teta Asustada) from Peru and The Secret in Their Eyes (El Secreto de tus ojos) from Argentina have promised. We also have The White Ribbon ( Das Weisse Band) from Germany, A Prophet from France, Ajamki from Israel, and who might win? A Prophet from France or The White Ribbon. As for short documentary, China’s Unnatural Disaster is our choice and the Last Truck as second pick. For Short Animated film, A Matter of Loaf and Death looks like a winner while The New Tenants looks like the one for the Best Short Film (Live Action).
For best Animated film our pick is Up, and Fantastic Mr. Fox the second, while Avatar looks like a winner for Best Original Score. Best Documentary Feature I think The Cove could win, as for makeup.. definitely Star Trek! Costume design – I love to say Coco before Chanel, but I think The Young Victoria costumes were superb.
What is a great movie without music right? As for Music, Alexandre Desplat is a genius so the Fantastic Mr. Fox might win and Up our second pick. When it comes to original Song, Crazy Heart! Then we have sound editing and sound mixing, Avatar might win those as well as visual effects, cinematography and Art Direction. Finally our last pick goes to Up in The Air for Adapted Screenplay and Inglorious Basterds for Original Screenplay.
So here you have our predictions for this year’s Oscars 2010. Winners will be posted below as they become available during the Academy Ceremony, but what are your picks, we would love to hear your opinion! Meanwhile take a look at some photos and video below.
Oscars 2010 – Winners Coming! (Video)
Photos: Adriana M. Barraza, HRC, Apega, Kevin McCoy, www.wenn.com