Variety’s awards editor Tim Gray has been regularly offering a rundown of the warming trends and cold fronts in our weekly “Temperature Gauge,” in addition to projections in eight major awards categories. The fortunes have risen and fallen, but with Oscar ballots due Feb. 25, the race is in its last lap.
What’s New This Week?
With Oscars looming on March 2, several races are taking shape, including two of the most interesting categories this year: screenplay.
Rising: John Ridley and “12 Years a Slave” won the USC Scripter award for adaptation, which has predicted Oscar in five of the last six years.
Here’s Variety‘s list of possible Oscar nominations, with the frontrunners listed first. »
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