Golden Globe Predictions
Awards Season / Oscar Predictions Update: New Year…Same Picks? (Well, Not For Long)
In an alternate universe, I’d be writing today about how we have two major precursors to pay attention to this weekend. One of them likes to think it matters, while one does actually kind of matter, though neither hold a candle to the Guilds, which are still to come. Well, times change. Not only have […] More
Awards Season / Oscar Predictions Update: Santa Has New Predix Under the Tree on Christmas Eve!
First of all, I hope you all are enjoying your Christmas Eve. I’ll have more to say tomorrow about the actual holiday, but it’s obviously coming during again uncertain times. So, both as a distraction, as well as a reward, I’ve got new Oscar predictions to share with you all. The Academy Awards are like […] More
The Golden Globe Awards Go Down Tonight!
Tonight, the Golden Globe Awards will be held. To be sure, it’ll be a show unlike any we’ve had before, at least for the Globes. Taking place both in Los Angeles and New York City, prepare for a hybrid ceremony that will likely be divisive. Even so, again having Tina Fey and Amy Poehler co-hosting […] More
Awards Season Update: Final Golden Globe Predictions
On Sunday evening, the Golden Globe Awards will be handed out. Now, as I’ve said in the past, the Globes don’t mean a whole hell of a lot. They can help, but they can’t really hurt. It’s almost like a bonus to have the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (iffy as they are, as a group) […] More
Awards Radar Golden Globe Television Predictions
Here at Awards Radar, we strive to bring you the best coverage in awards and entertainment. With that in mind, we are excited to announce an increased focus on television and streaming series. Moving forward, we are committed to the same level of passionate, engaged reporting on the world of television and TV awards that […] More
Awards Season Update: Could ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Be the New ‘Spotlight’ in Best Picture?
For a significant portion of the year, my predicted winner in Best Picture has been The Trial of the Chicago 7. Aaron Sorkin‘s film has been in the pole position, Oscar prediction-wise, for months now. However, as the season has evolved, some of its potential wins have slipped away, to the point where I now […] More
Awards Season Update: Pondering the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Nominations
What a week, right? Hot on the heels of last week, where we were teased with the Film Independent Spirit Awards and their nominations, precursor season kicked into overdrive over the past 48 hours. First, the Golden Globe nominations arrived, with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association listing very on brand citations for them. Then, the […] More
Golden Globe Predictions: The First Domino Falls Tomorrow
Tomorrow, the Golden Globe nominations will be announced. Say what you will about the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and how much or little they mean for Oscar prognostication, but they represent a line in the sand during awards season. If a film or performance hits with the HFPA, it’s a reason to keep pressing on […] More
Awards Season Update: What to Make of the Acting Categories?
We are getting closer and closer to knowing who and what Oscar might favor. The Screen Actors Guild will soon announce their nominations, beginning a new aspect of the precursor season. As such, SAG predictions have gone live on the site (here). Moreover, this moment is a perfect time to check in on the acting […] More
Awards Season Update: New Year…New Predictions!
Normally, the start of a new year would mean we’re just days away from the Oscar nominations being announced. We’d already know the Golden Globe nominees, etc, but of course, this is hardly normal times. 2020 was unlike any other cinematic year, which in turn means 2021 will be similarly unique. As such, we’re still […] More
Happy Holidays: Unwrap Some New Predictions Today!
First of all, from all of us at Awards Radar, have a happy and safe holiday today! Obviously, this is again a day meant for family and friends that instead needs to be spent apart from them, but the light can be seen at the end of the tunnel. Thanksgiving was hard, this is hard, […] More