FEINBERG FORECAST: Everyone's Cards Are Now on the Table

THR's awards analyst dissects a barrage of results -- from the British Independent Film, European Film, National Board of Review and IDA awards ceremonies to the Boston, Los Angeles and New York Online film critics' votes.
Wesley Mann

Every week until the 86th Oscars on March 2, 2014, The Hollywood Reporter's lead awards analyst, Scott Feinberg, will post an updated "Feinberg Forecast," wherein he presents a summary of developments since the last update that helped to shape this one and then lists his revised projections. For more about Feinberg and how he arrives at his projections, scroll to the bottom of this post.

  • Box office: The weekend-after-Thanksgiving weekend was relatively soft at the box office, as is almost always the case. Disney's Frozen, in its second weekend, claimed the top slot, raking in $31.6 million, ahead of last weekend's topper, Lionsgate's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which grossed $27 million in its third weekend. The biggest new wide release was Relativity Media's Out of the Furnace, which finished third with just $5.3 million in ticket sales, despite a number of very strong reviews and not inconsiderable awards buzz. The weekend's big standout, though, was CBS Films' Inside Llewyn Davis, which generated an astounding $401,000 from just four locations, or a $100,250 per-theater-average, the 18th highest ever.
  • Precursors: The 85th National Board of Review Awards honorees were revealed on Dec. 4, and the big winners included Her (best picture and best director Spike Jonze), Nebraska (best actor Bruce Dern and best supporting actor Will Forte) and Fruitvale Station (best supporting actress Octavia Spencer, best male breakthrough performance Michael B. Jordan and best directorial debut Ryan Coogler). ... The 29th IDA (International Documentary Association) Awards were presented on Dec. 6, and the big winner was The Square, which was recognized as best feature. ... The 26th European Film Awards were presented on Dec. 7, and the big winner was The Great Beauty, Italy's entry for the best foreign language film Oscar, which was recognized in the categories of best European film, best European director (Paolo Sorrentino) best European actor (Toni Servillo) and best European editor. ... The 39th Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards were determined on Dec. 8, and the big winner was Gravity, which was recognized in the categories of best picture (tying with Her) and best director (Alfonso Cuaron). ... The 34th Boston Society of Film Critics Awards were determined on Dec. 8, and the big winner was 12 Years a Slave, which was recognized in the categories of best picture, best director (Steve McQueen) and best actor (Chiwetel Ejiofor). The Wolf of Wall Street was the runner-up in many categories. ... The 13th New York Film Critics Online Awards were determined on Dec. 8, and the big winner was 12 Years a Slave, which was recognized in the categories of best picture and best actor (Ejiofor). ... The 16th British Independent Film Awards were dished out on Dec. 8, and the big winner was Metro Manila, England's entry for the best foreign language film Oscar, which was recognized in the categories of best British independent film, best director (Sean Ellis) and best achievement in production. ... The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' visual effects branch executive committee released its short-list of 10 films from which the entire branch will eventually pick the five nominees for the best visual effects Oscar. Before that happens, though, the members of the visual effects branch will attend a "bakeoff" at which 10-minute excerpts from each of the finalists will be screened.
  • Moments in the spotlight: On Dec. 3, Darren Aronofsky, Peter Bogdanovich and Uma Thurman hosted a Focus Features screening of Dallas Buyers Club in honor of the film's supporting actor Jared Leto that drew the likes of Michael Cimino, Victor Garber, Brooke Shields, Maura Tierney and Patrick Wilson. ... Universal hosted a luncheon in New York for Lone Survivor on Dec. 4. The film's director-screenwriter Peter Berg, lead actor Mark Wahlberg and supporting actors Eric Bana and Ben Foster were joined by Foster's girlfriend Robin Wright and others. ... Former South African president Nelson Mandela, whose life story is the basis of The Weinstein Co.'s Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, passed away at the age of 95 on Dec. 5. At the time, the film was having its royal premiere in London, with Britain's Prince William and Duchess Catherine in attendance. The film's producer Anant Singh, accompanied by star Idris Elba, broke the news to the audience as the film's credits rolled. ... On Dec. 6, Paramount hosted screenings of The Wolf of Wall Street for BFCA members in Los Angeles and New York simultaneously. The LA screening was introduced by the film's supporting actor hopeful Jonah Hill, who also attended a postscreening reception. ... On Dec. 6, DreamWorks Animation released a tongue-in-cheek "making-of featurette" to help promote its best animated feature hopeful The Croods. ... On Dec. 7, Bennett Miller hosted a Paramount screening of The Wolf of Wall Street followed by a dinner in honor of the film's supporting actor hopeful Hill, whom Miller directed in Moneyball (2011). Robert Forster, Anne Hathaway, Brett Ratner and Mickey Rooney were among those in attendance. ... Three best actor Oscar hopefuls -- Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave), Idris Elba (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) and Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station) -- were featured on the OWN Network's Oprah's Next Chapter, hosted by Lee Daniels' The Butler's best supporting actress Oscar hopeful Oprah Winfrey, on Dec. 8. ... The Dec. 8 edition of The New York Times featured a profile of The Past's best actress hopeful Berenice Bejo and a fun look back at the making of Mary Poppins (1964) with Saving Mr. Banks subject Richard Sherman. ... The Weinstein Co. hosted a screening of Hong Kong's best foreign language film entry The Grandmaster, which it is distributing, at ICM on Dec. 9, followed by a reception with the film's star Ziyi Zhang and cinematographer Philippe Le Sourd. ... On Dec. 9, CBS's 60 Minutes profiled Marcus Luttreell, the Iraq War veteran played by lead actor hopeful Mark Wahlberg in Lone Survivor.  ... Disney mailed each member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association a copy of the CD "The Sherman Brothers Songbook" and a book of lyrics to songs from Mary Poppins, accompanied by a note from the aforementioned Sherman in which he states about Saving Mr. Banks: "I couldn't be happier with the outstanding film that John Lee Hancock has made. It was a pleasure serving as a musical consultant on the film, and sharing so many memories with the creative team. Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks beautifully capture the essence and spirit of P.L. Travers and Walt Disney. Jason Schwartzman and B.J. Novak do a wonderful job portraying my brother and me. Every member of the cast is terrific, and I am so grateful to have been part of the creative team. I would also like to express my great admiration for Thomas Newman's beautiful score for Saving Mr. Banks. It's a melodic masterpiece that perfectly complements the film in every way. Here's wishing you all a Supercalifragilistic... Jolly Holiday."
  • Announcements: The O.C. Film Society picked August: Osage County as its best ensemble of the year. ... The Palm Springs International Film Festival announced that the cast of American Hustle will receive its Ensemble Performance Award on Jan. 4 as part of the fest's 25th edition. ... The Santa Barbara International Film Festival announced that seven actors and actresses -- Daniel Bruhl (Rush), Adele Exarchopoulos (Blue Is the Warmest Color), Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis), Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station), Brie Larson (Short Term 12), Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club) and June Squibb (Nebraska) -- will receive its Virtuosos Awards on Feb. 9 as part of the fest's 29th edition.
  • Potpourri: Check out my recent interview with American Hustle/Out of the Furnace's lead actor hopeful Christian Bale, who was unusually candid with me about his life and career.

Without further ado, here is the latest forecast …

12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight, 10/18, R, trailer) BSFC, TIFF, IFP, FI
Gravity (Warner Bros., 10/4, PG-13, trailer) LAFCA (tie) 
The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount, 12/25, R, trailer)
Saving Mr. Banks (Disney, 12/20, PG-13, trailer)
Lee Daniels' The Butler (The Weinstein Co., 8/16, PG-13, trailer)
Captain Phillips (Sony, 10/11, PG-13, trailer)
American Hustle (Sony, 12/13, TBA, trailer)
Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films, 12/6, R, trailer) IFP, FI
Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features, 11/1, R, trailer)
Blue Jasmine (Sony Pictures Classics, 7/26, PG-13, trailer)
Major Threats
Nebraska (Paramount, 11/22, R, trailer) FI
Fruitvale Station (The Weinstein Co., 7/12, R, trailer) SUN
Her (Warner Bros., 12/18, TBA, trailer) NBR, LAFCA (tie)
All Is Lost (Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions, 10/18, PG-13, trailer) FI
Philomena (The Weinstein Co., TBA, TBA, trailer)
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (The Weinstein Co., 11/29, PG-13, trailer)

August: Osage County (The Weinstein Co., 11/8, TBA, trailer)
Enough Said (Fox Searchlight, 9/20, PG-13, trailer)

The Book Thief (20th Century Fox, 11/15, PG-13, trailer)
Before Midnight (Sony Pictures Classics, 5/24, R, trailer) IFP
Prisoners (Warner Bros., 9/20, R, trailer)
Lone Survivor (Universal, 12/27, R, trailer)
Blue Is the Warmest Color (Sundance Selects, 10/25, NC-17, trailer) CAN
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (20th Century Fox, 12/25, PG, trailer)
Long Shots
The Place Beyond the Pines (Focus Features, 3/29, R, trailer)
Mud (Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions, 4/26, PG-13, trailer)
Rush (Universal, 9/27, R, trailer)

The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros., 5/10, PG-13, trailer)

Frances Ha (IFC Films, 5/17, R, trailer) FI
Out of the Furnace
(Relativity Media, 12/6, R, trailer)

Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity) LAFCA, NYFCO
Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave) NYFCC, BSFC, FI
Martin Scorsese (The Wolf of Wall Street)
Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips)
Ethan Coen, Joel Coen (Inside Llewyn Davis)

Major Threats
Woody Allen (Blue Jasmine)
David O. Russell (American Hustle)
Alexander Payne (Nebraska) FI
Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station)
Spike Jonze (Her)
Lee Daniels (Lee Daniels' The Butler) HFA
J.C. Chandor (All Is Lost) FI

Richard Linklater (Before Midnight)
John Lee Hancock (Saving Mr. Banks)
Jean-Marc Vallee (Dallas Buyers Club)
Stephen Frears (Philomena)

Nicole Holofcener (Enough Said)
Long Shots
Scott Cooper (Out of the Furnace)

Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners)
Peter Berg (Lone Survivor)
Abdellatif Kechiche (Blue Is the Warmest Color)
Ron Howard (Rush)
Baz Luhrmann (The Great Gatsby)

Robert Redford (All Is Lost) NYFCC, IFP, FI
Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club) IFP, HFA, FI
Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) BSFC, NYFCO, IFP, FI
Leonardo DiCaprio (The Wolf of Wall Street)

Forest Whitaker (Lee Daniels' The Butler)
Major Threats
Tom Hanks (Captain Phillips)
Bruce Dern (Nebraska) NBR, LAFCA, CANFI
Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) IFP, FI
Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station) FI
Christian Bale (American Hustle)

Idris Elba (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom)
Joaquin Phoenix (Her)
Hugh Jackman (Prisoners)
Mark Wahlberg (Lone Survivor)
Christian Bale (Out of the Furnace)
Long Shots
Ethan Hawke (Before Midnight)
Ben Stiller (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty)
Ralph Fiennes (The Invisible Woman)
Daniel Radcliffe (Kill Your Darlings)
Isaiah Washington (Blue Caprice) IFP

Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine) LAFCA (tie), NYFCC, BSFC, NYFCO, IFP, FI
Sandra Bullock (Gravity) HFA
Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks) NBR
Meryl Streep (August: Osage County)
Judi Dench (Philomena)

Major Threats
Brie Larson (Short Term 12) IFP, FI
Amy Adams (American Hustle)
Adele Exarchopoulos (Blue Is the Warmest Color)
LAFCA (tie)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Enough Said)

Julie Delpy (Before Midnight) FI
Kate Winslet (Labor Day)
Berenice Bejo (The Past) CAN
Greta Gerwig (Frances Ha)
Long Shots
Shailene Woodley (The Spectacular Now) IFP, FI
Sophie Nelisse (The Book Thief)

Scarlett Johansson (Don Jon) IFP
Felicity Jones (The Invisible Woman)

Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers ClubLAFCA (tie), NYFCC, NYFCO, FI
Michael Fassbender (12 Years a Slave) FI

Tom Hanks (Saving Mr. Banks)
Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street)
Bradley Cooper (American Hustle)

Major Threats
Will Forte (Nebraska) NBR, FI
James Gandolfini (Enough Said) BSFC, FI
George Clooney (Gravity)

Barkhad Abdi (Captain Phillips)
Steve Coogan (Philomena)
Harrison Ford (42)
John Goodman (Inside Llewyn Davis)
Chris Cooper (August: Osage County)
James Franco (Spring Breakers) LAFCA (tie)
Geoffrey Rush (The Book Thief)
Jake Gyllenhaal (Prisoners) HFA
David Oyelowo (Lee Daniels' The Butler)

Daniel Bruhl (Rush)
Sam Rockwell (The Way Way Back)
Jeremy Renner (American Hustle)

Long Shots
Ryan Gosling (The Place Beyond the Pines)
Matthew McConaughey (Mud)
Woody Harrelson (Out of the Furnace)

Josh Brolin (Labor Day)
Alec Baldwin (Blue Jasmine)
Bobby Cannavale (Blue Jasmine)
Andrew Dice Clay (Blue Jasmine)

Lupita Nyong'o (12 Years a Slave) LAFCA, NYFCO, FI
Oprah Winfrey (Lee Daniels' The Butler)

Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle)
Julia Roberts (August: Osage County) HFA
Jennifer Garner (Dallas Buyers Club)

Major Threats
Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine) FI
June Squibb (Nebraska) BSFC, FI
Naomie Harris (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom)
Scarlett Johansson (Her)
Octavia Spencer (Fruitvale Station) NBR
Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street) NEW
Melonie Diaz (Fruitvale Station) FI
Margo Martindale (August: Osage County)
Sarah Paulson (12 Years a Slave)
Melissa Leo (Prisoners)
Long Shots
Lea Seydoux (Blue Is the Warmest Color)
Zoe Saldana (Out of the Furnace)
Emily Watson (The Book Thief)
Carey Mulligan (Inside Llewyn Davis)

12 Years a Slave (John Ridley) FI
The Wolf of Wall Street (Terence Winter) NBR
Captain Phillips (Billy Ray)
Before Midnight (Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke, Richard Linklater) LAFCA, HFA, FI
Philomena (Steve Coogan, Jeff Pope)
Major Threats
August: Osage County (Tracy Letts)
The Book Thief (Michael Petroni)
Lone Survivor (Peter Berg)
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (William Nicholson)
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Steve Conrad)
The Spectacular Now (Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber) FI
Long Shots

Labor Day
(Jason Reitman)
The Invisible Woman (Abi Morgan)

American Hustle (David O. Russell, Eric Singer) NYFCC
Inside Llewyn Davis (Ethan Coen, Joel Coen) NBR
Blue Jasmine (Woody Allen) FI
Saving Mr. Banks (Kelly Marcel, Sue Smith)
Her (Spike Jonze)
Major Threats
Nebraska (Bob Nelson)
Fruitvale Station (Ryan Coogler)
Dallas Buyers Club (Craig Borten, Melisa Wallack)
Lee Daniels' The Butler (Danny Strong)
Enough Said (Nicole Holofcener) BSFC, FI
Gravity (Alfonso Cuaron, Jonas Cuaron)

All Is Lost (J.C. Chandor)
Short Term 12 (Destin Daniel Cretton)
The Way Way Back (Nat Faxon, Jim Rash)
Frozen (Jennifer Lee, Shane Morris)
Prisoners (Aaron Guzkowski)

The Place Beyond the Pines (Derek Cianfrance, Bob Coccio, Darius Marder)
Long Shots
Out of the Furnace (Scott Cooper, Brad Inglesby)
Rush (Peter Morgan)
The Past (Asghar Farhadi)
Mud (Jeff Nichols)
Frances Ha (Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig)
Bethlehem (Yuval Adler, Ali Wakad)

Frozen (Disney, 11/27, G, trailer) IAFS
The Croods (DreamWorks Animation, 3/22, PG, trailer) IAFS
The Wind Rises (Studio Ghibili, 11/8, PG-13, trailer) NBR, NYFCC, BSFC, NYFCO, IAFS
Monsters University (Disney-Pixar, 6/21, G, trailer) HFA, IAFS
Ernest & Celestine (GKIDS, TBA, TBA, trailer) LAFCA, IAFS
Major Threats
Despicable Me 2 (Universal, 7/3, PG, trailer) IAFS
A Letter to Momo (GKIDS, TBA, TBA, trailer) IAFS
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 (Sony, 9/27, PG, trailer)
Epic (20th Century Fox, 5/24, PG, trailer)
Free Birds (Relativity Media, 11/1, TBA, trailer)
Turbo (DreamWorks, 7/19, PG, trailer)
Khumba (Millennium Entertainment, TBA, TBA, trailer)
Planes (Disney, 8/9, PG, trailer)
The Smurfs 2 (Sony, 7/31, PG, trailer)
The Legend of Sarila (Phase 4 Films, TBA, TBA,
Long Shots
Rio: 2096 A Story of Love and Fury (TBA, TBA, TBA, TBA)
The Fake (TBA, TBA, TBA, TBA)
O Apóstolo (TBA, TBA, TBA, TBA)
Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie – Rebellion (TBA, TBA, TBA, TBA)

The Square (Noujaim Films/Netflix Originals/Participant, 10/25, NR, TBA) IDA, FI
The Act of Killing (Drafthouse Films, 7/19, NR, trailer) IFP, EFA, NYFCO, BSFC, IDA, FI, CEH
Blackfish (Magnolia, 7/19, PG-13, trailer) IDA
Cutie and the Boxer (RADiUS, 8/16, R, trailer) CEH
Tim's Vermeer (Sony Pictures Classics, TBA, TBA, trailer)
Major Threats
Stories We Tell (Roadside Attractions, 5/10, PG-13, trailer) NBR, LAFCA, NYFCC, IDA, CEH
20 Feet From Stardom (RADiUS, 6/14, PG-13, trailer) FI
The Crash Reel (Phase 4 Films, 7/5, TBA, trailer) IFP
God Loves Uganda (Variance Films, 10/11, TBA, trailer)
Which Way Is the Front Line from Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington (HBO Films, TBA, TBA, TBA)
Dirty Wars (IFC Films, 6/7, NR, trailer)
First Cousin Once Removed (HBO Films, 9/13, TBA, trailer) IFP
Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer (HBO Films, TBA, TBA, TBA)
The Armstrong Lie (Sony Pictures Classics, TBA, TBA, TBA)
Life According to Sam (still seeking U.S. distribution)

Iran (The Past) NBR
Israel (Bethlehem)
Italy (The Great Beauty) EFA, FI
United Kingdom (Metro Manila) BIFA
Denmark (The Hunt) FI
Major Threats
Saudi Arabia (Wadjda)
Palestine (Omar)
France (Renoir)
Turkey (The Butterfly's Dream)
Australia (The Rocket)
Morocco (Horses of God)
China (Back to 1942)
Russia (Stalingrad)
Poland (Walesa)
Chile (Gloria) FI
Georgia (In Bloom)
Hong Kong (The Grandmaster)
Mexico (Heli)
Belgium (The Broken Circle Breakdown)
Others, listed alphabetically
Afghanistan (Wajma)
Albania (Agon)
Argentina (Wakolda)
Austria (The Wall)
Azerbaijan (Steppe Man)

Bangladesh (Television)
Bosnia-Herzegovina (An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker)
Brazil (Neighboring Sounds)
Bulgaria (The Color of Chameleon)
Cambodia (The Missing Picture)
Canada (Gabrielle)

Chad (GriGris)
Colombia (La Playa DC)
Croatia (Halima's Path)
Czech Republic (The Don Juans)

Dominican Republic (Quien Manda?)
Ecuador (The Porcelain Horse)
Egypt (Winter of Discontent)
Estonia (Free Range)
Finland (The Disciple)
Germany (Two Lives)
Greece (Boy Eating the Bird's Food)
Hungary (The Notebook)
Iceland (Of Horses and Men)
India (The Good Road)
Indonesia (Sang Kiai)

Japan (The Great Passage)
Kazakhstan (The Old Man)
Latvia (Mother I Love You)
Lebanon (Blind Intersections)
Lithuania (Conversations on Serious Topics)
Luxembourg (Blind Spots)

Moldova (All God's Children)
Montenegro (Ace of Spades -- Bad Destiny)

Nepal (Soongava: Dance of the Orchids)
Netherlands (Borgman)
New Zealand (White Lies)
Norway (I Am Yours)
Pakistan (Zinda Bhaag)
Peru (The Cleaner)
Philippines (Transit)
Portugal (Lines of Wellington)
Romania (Child's Pose)
Serbia (Circles)
Singapore (Ilo Ilo)
Slovak Republic (My Dog Killer)
Slovenia (Class Enemy)
South Africa (Four Corners)
South Korea (Juvenile Offender)
Spain (15 Years Plus a Day)
Sweden (Eat Sleep Die)
Switzerland (More Than Honey)
Taiwan (Soul)
Thailand (Countdown)
Ukraine (Parajanov)
Uruguay (Anina)
Venezuela (Breach in the Silence)

About the Feinberg Forecast

Scott has been forecasting the Oscars since 2001 and has one of the strongest track records of all awards pundits. His best showings came in 2006 and 2013, when he correctly called 21 out of 24 winners. He was the only pundit to project best picture nominations for The Reader (2008), The Blind Side (2009) and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011), among many other surprises.

He factors into his projections personal impressions (based on advance screenings of hundreds of films each year), publicly available information (release dates, genres, talent rosters and teasers/trailers often offer valuable clues), historical considerations (comparing and contrasting how other films with similar pedigrees have resonated), precursor awards (some awards groups have historically correlated with the Academy more than others), and conversations with industry insiders (including fellow members of the press, awards strategists, filmmakers and awards voters).


Contenders' names are followed, when appropriate, by acronyms of the major awards groups (see below) that have already named them winners (in orange) or nominees (in purple). Some nominations are still pending (they appear in italics).

ACE = 64th Eddie Awards

ADG = 18th Art Directors Guild Awards

AFI = 14th American Film Institute Awards

ASC = 28th American Society of Cinematographers Awards

BAFTA = 67th British Academy Film Awards

BFCA = 19th Critics' Choice Awards

BSFC = 34th Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

BIFA = 16th British Independent Film Awards

CAN = 66th Cannes Film Festival

CAS = 50th Cinema Audio Society Awards

CDG = 16th Costume Design Guild Awards

CEH = 7th Cinema Eye Honors

DCAC = 12th Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Awards

DGA = 66th Directors Guild of America Awards

EFA = 26th European Film Awards

FI = 29th Independent Spirit Awards

HFA = 17th Hollywood Film Awards

HFPA = 71st Golden Globe Awards

IAFS = 41st Annie Awards

IDA = 29th International Documentary Association Awards

IFP = 23rd Gotham Independent Film Awards

IPA = 18th Satellite Awards

LAFCA = 39th Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

MPSE = 61st Golden Reel Awards

NBR = 85th National Board of Review Awards

NSFC = 48th National Society of Film Critics Awards

NYFCC = 79th New York Film Critics Circle Awards

NYFCO = 13th New York Film Critics Online Awards

PGA = 25th Producers Guild of America Awards

SAG = 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards

SUN = 29th Sundance Film Festival

TIFF = 38th Toronto International Film Festival

USC = 26th USC Scripter Awards

VES = 12th Visual Effects Society Awards

WGA = 66th Writers Guild of America Awards

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