Early Oscars Predictions Based on IMDb Views

by IMDb-Editors | last updated - 19 Jan 2016

Who will win the Oscars? We tabulated IMDb's traffic on Jan. 14, the day the 2016 nominations were announced, to see which of the nominees' pages got the most views. To note: Five out of nine Golden Globes winners in the major film categories were the most viewed nominees in their category on Dec. 10, the day that the 2016 Globes nominations were announced. A whopping nine out of 10 winners in the major film categories ranked in the top 2. If that pattern holds true for the Oscars, could it mean that these are the movies and actors that are most likely to take home statues on Feb. 28?

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Forrest Goodluck in The Revenant (2015)

Best Picture Trends The most-viewed nominee on Jan. 14 was The Revenant. Room came in second place.

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Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant (2015)

Best Actor Trends The most-viewed nominee on Jan. 14 was Leonardo DiCaprio. Eddie Redmayne came in second place.

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Brie Larson at an event for 73rd Golden Globe Awards (2016)

Best Actress The most-viewed nominee on Jan. 14 was Brie Larson. Jennifer Lawrence came in second place.

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Tom Hardy in The Revenant (2015)

Best Supporting Actor The most-viewed nominee on Jan. 14 was Tom Hardy. Sylvester Stallone came in second place.

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Alicia Vikander in The Danish Girl (2015)

Best Supporting Actor The most-viewed nominee on Jan. 14 was Alicia Vikander. Jennifer Jason Leigh came in second place.

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Best Director The most-viewed nominee on Jan. 14 was Alejandro González Iñárritu. Adam McKay came in second place.



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