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Oscars 2021: the predictions and the favorites of Premiere

Nomadland will he succeed in the double film-director? Will Florian Zeller be awarded? Here are the favorites from the 93rd Academy Awards, as well as the editorial darlings.

This 2021 edition of the Oscars has everything to make history. For the wrong reasons: the pandemic which will inevitably impact it with the risk of causing its worst TV audience. But also for the happiest. The multiple trophies gleaned for several weeks by Nomadland indeed suggest – even if Mank is the most named – that Chloé Zhao could win both the Oscar for best film and best achievement. A double that only one director has succeeded so far: Kathryn Bigelow for Deminers in 2010. It should be noted that no woman had been nominated in the “direction” category since Greta Gerwig for Lady Birdin 2018 and that this 2021 edition is therefore already an exception since, in addition to Chloe Zhao, Emerald Fennell is also nominated for Promising youg woman

As for the actors, Chadwick Boseman stands out as the big favorite for his final role in The Blues of Ma Rainey. If he wins, he would become the first actor to receive the Oscar in this category posthumously. And alone, before him, James Dean had been nominated twice in these painful circumstances for East of Eden in 1956 and Géant in 1957 where he had respectively had to bow to Ernest Bornigne ( Marty ) and Yul Brynner ( The King and I ). It should therefore be different this year despite the presence of the already Oscar winners Gary Oldman ( Mank ) and Anthony Hopkins ( The Father ) or the outsider Steven Yeun, the hero ofMinari by Lee Isaac Chung, Golden Globe of the film in a foreign language, who could, in all the categories where he is named (film, director, actor, supporting female role …) come to defeat the forecasts

Side actresses, the game appears more open. Frances McDormand ( Nomadland ) certainly has a small head start in terms of prognosis, especially since nominated twice so far ( Fargo and Three Billboards: the panels of revenge ), she has always imposed herself. A third success would allow her to join Meryl Streep, one length behind the category record holder, Katherine Hepburn. But Viola Davis (already Oscar winner for Fences ) for The Blues of Ma Rainey and especially Andra Day for her amazing composition as Billie Holiday in Billie Holiday: A State Affair , crowned at the Golden Globes, seem more than serious competitors. .

As for the French, despite the absence of Deux in the foreign language film category which seems to be promised to Thomas Vinterberg’s Drunk , we will be watching the fate of Adrien Merigeau’s Genius Loci in animated short, to Frédéric Thoraval ( Promising young woman ) in best photography (where Nomadland op ‘ conductor Joshua James Richards seems to have a head start) to Nicolas Becker who, him, is favorite for the sound of Sound of metal and obviously at Fatherby Florian Zeller, nominated 6 times. If the march for best film seems a little high, it could triumph in the supporting female role thanks to Olivia Colman, even if the competition from Han Ye-Ri ( Minari ), seems formidable and more surely in better adaptation than Zeller co-wrote. with Christopher Hampton ( Dangerous Liaisons ). Note that in this category, only two French people have been awarded in the entire history of the ceremony: Pierre Boulle with Le Pont de la rivière Kwaï in 1958 and Costa- Gavras for Missing in 1983.

Finally, if in the animated film category, all the predictions give Soul the winner, we would like to see us triumph The Wolf People by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, a sumptuous French co-production which should have been released in our theaters last December and is one of the wonders that await us at the long awaited reopening of these.

BEST MOVIE
He’s Gonna Get
It : Nomadland We Wish He Had It: Nomadland

BEST DIRECTOR
She’ll have it: Chloé Zhao for  Nomadland
We wish she had it: Chloé Zhao for  Nomadland

BEST ACTRESS
She’s Gonna Get It: Frances McDormand in  Nomadland
We Wish She Had It: Carey Mulligan for Promising Young Woman

BEST ACTOR
He’s going to have it: Chadwick Boseman in  The Blues of Ma Rainey
We wish he had it: Riz Ahmed for Sound of metal

BEST ACTRESS IN A SECOND ROLE
She’s Gonna Get It: Han Ye-Ri in  Minari
We Wish She Had It: Olivia Colman in  The Father

BEST ACTOR IN A SECOND ROLE
He’s going to get it: Daniel Kaluuya in  Judas and the Black Messiah
We wish he had it: Sacha Baron Cohen in  The Chicago Seven

BEST SCENARIO:

He’s gonna have it:  Judas and the Black Messiah
We wish he had it:  Promising young woman

BEST FITTED SCENARIO
He’s going to have it:  Nomadland
We wish he had it:  The Father

BEST PHOTOGRAPHY
He’s Gonna Get It: Joshua James Richards for  Nomadland
We Wish He Had It: Joshua James Richards for  Nomadland

BEST ANIMATED FILM
He’s Gonna Get It: Soul
We Wish He Had It  :  The Wolf People

BEST FOREIGN FILM
He’s gonna get it:  Drunk
We wish he had it: Drunk

BEST ORIGINAL BAND 

He’s going to have it: Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste for Soul
We wish he had it: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for Mank

BEST ORIGINAL SONG

He’s going to have it:  Hear My Voice in The Chicago Seven
We wish he had it: Husavik   in Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

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