The acclaimed film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” has been making waves in the awards season, receiving top honors from the Screen Actors Guild, the Director Guild of America, and the Producers Guild of America. This trifecta of wins has historically been a strong indicator for a film’s chances of taking home the Best Picture Oscar. EW awards correspondent Dave Karger confidently predicts that the film will indeed win the top prize, citing not only its impressive awards haul but also its powerful storytelling and standout performances. Predictions for the Oscars, including closely contested Actor, Actress, and Supporting Actress categories.
Predictions for the Oscars, including closely contested Actor, Actress, and Supporting Actress categories
With its unique blend of genres and themes, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” has captivated audiences and critics alike. The film’s exploration of identity, memory, and the multiverse has been praised for its thought-provoking and ambitious approach. Alongside its captivating storyline, the film features standout performances from its talented ensemble cast, further cementing its place as a top contender in this year’s awards season.
In light of its accolades and critical acclaim, it’s no surprise that “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is poised to make a major impact at the upcoming Oscars ceremony. As the awards season draws to a close, all eyes will be on this ground-breaking film to see if it will take home the most coveted prize in the industry
It appears that the directors of the acclaimed film “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, as well as supporting actor Ke Huy Quan, are on track to receive major awards recognition this season. Quan, in particular, has been racking up wins at various ceremonies, with the exception of the BAFTA, which went to Barry Keoghan for his role in “The Banshees of Inisherin.”
According to EW editor in chief Patrick Gomez, Quan’s momentum is so strong that it’s hard to imagine anyone else taking home the award. He also notes the importance of acceptance speeches in endearing actors to the audience, as Quan has consistently delivered standout speeches throughout the awards season. In addition to Quan’s impressive performance, Kwan and Scheinert’s direction has also been praised for its innovative and bold approach. Their unique blend of genres and visual style has set “Everything Everywhere All at Once” apart from other films in the awards race, making them strong contenders for recognition at the upcoming ceremonies.
As the awards season reaches its peak, all eyes will be on “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and its talented team to see how many accolades they will take home.
The lead actor and actress and supporting actress categories at the upcoming awards ceremony have generated high anticipation, with only two nominees each left in the “race”. Austin Butler for Elvis and Brendan Fraser for The Whale are the top contenders for best actor, while TÁR’s Cate Blanchett and EEAAO’s Michelle Yeoh are vying for best actress. For best supporting actress, Angela Bassett for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Jamie Lee Curtis for EEAAO are the top picks. However, predicting a winner is challenging, with Dave admitting his uncertainty. He believes the winner of best makeup will likely coincide with the best actor winner, following a trend seen in recent years.
The race for lead actress at the upcoming awards ceremony appears to be a tight one. Despite Michelle Yeoh’s impressive wins at various ceremonies, including the Golden Globes (Comedy/Musical) and SAG, some experts are still betting on Cate Blanchett to come out on top. This is due to her exceptional performance in TÁR, which is being touted as a rare and breathtaking display of talent.
On the other hand, the competition for supporting actresses seems to be a toss-up between Angela Bassett and Jamie Lee Curtis. While some believe that Jamie’s performance in Everything Everywhere All at Once has garnered more love overall and will lead to her victory, others are holding out for Angela to win. Regardless of who takes home the award, it will be a special moment for both actresses, especially considering their impressive body of work
Be sure to tune in to the newest episode of The Awardist, where we make our predictions for various categories such as original and adapted screenplay, animated feature, and documentary for the upcoming 95th Oscars. With the ceremony set to take place on March 12th at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on ABC, it’s important to stay up to date on all the latest buzz surrounding the event.
Our experts will provide insightful analysis and offer their opinions on who they believe will come out on top. Don’t miss this exciting episode as we explore the contenders vying for the coveted awards and discuss their respective chances of winning. With so many talented individuals and incredible works in contention, it’s anyone’s guess who will ultimately emerge victorious.