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Hollywood Prepares For Its Oscars Close-up - Yahoo News

"Boyhood" followed with six. That http://janiceis.sosblogs.com/The-first-blog-b1/Kanye-West-Urges-Grammy-Overhaul-To-Award-Top-sellers-Yahoo-News-b1-p304.htm fired the starting gun on the frenzied final weeks of frantic schmoozing and self-publicizing that defines Hollywood's awards season, which gains momentum until the star-studded Oscars night. While the best picture race is on a knife-edge, several of the other key categories are seen as much easier to predict. Veteran star Moore is almost universally expected to win best actress for playing a linguistics professor suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's Disease in "Still Alice." Arquette is the favorite for best supporting actress as the single mother raising two kids in "Boyhood," while J.K. Simmons is widely expected to win best supporting actor honors for jazz drama "Whiplash." The best actor race is still seen as up for grabs -- a two-man contest between Redmayne -- as astrophysicist Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything" -- and "Birdman" star Michael Keaton. - Best picture/director split? - For best director, the frontrunners are Linklater and Mexico's Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the kim kardashian official creative force behind "Birdman." This has led to speculation that the best picture and best director prizes could be shared, as they were last year when Mexican Alfonso Cuaron won best director for "Gravity," while the best picture Oscar went to "12 Years A Slave." A star-studded cast of presenters will hand out the prizes at Sunday's show, including Ben Affleck, Scarlett Johansson, Nicole Kidman, Eddie Murphy, Liam Neeson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Meryl Streep and Oprah Winfrey. The show, which starts at 5:30 pm (0130 GMT Monday), will be preceded by the traditional red carpet parade, featuring a bevy of stars kitted out in their formal finest. One unwelcome guest could be rain -- forecasts say there is a 60 percent chance of what is a rare LA phenomenon.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/hollywood-prepares-oscars-close-132941011.html

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