Golden Globe Pundit Poll: Depp, Bale, Firth Will Win
Sunday's going to be Johnny Depp's night! And Colin Firth's - though the jury's almost split on Social Network/King's Speech. But in a predictable contest, check out the long shots with only one vote each.
We GoldDerby pundits give a 21-vote salute to Natalie Portman, predicting her win for best actress at the Golden Globes on Sunday, but the jury is split . Click here to see the predicted winners (and my votes), but here's a more interesting list -- of candidates that got only one lonely critic's vote. Each critic will be intolerably smug if he or she proves right:
Best Drama: The FIghter (Guy Lodge)
Best Director: Tom Hooper (Bob Tourtellotte)
Best Drama Actor: James Franco (Joseph Kapsch)
Best Comedy Actor: Paul Giamatti (Sasha Stone)
Best Supporting Actor: Geoffrey Rush (Michael Musto). But I say he should win Best Actor (and Rush told me I was wrong)!
Best Foreign-Language Picture: In a Better World (Thelma Adams)
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Scott, whose THR coverage appears both in print and online, is one of the film industry's most experienced and trusted awards analysts, and possesses one of the strongest track records at forecasting the Oscars. His best showings came in 2006 and 2013, when he called 21 of 24 winners; he was also the only pundit to project long-shot best picture nominations for The Reader (2008), The Blind Side (2009) and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011). An alumnus of Brandeis University, he previously ran "The Feinberg Files" blog for the Los Angeles Times. He is now a voting member of both the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association, and is writing a book about film history for young people for which he has interviewed more than 350 high-profile Hollywood figures.
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