MoviefiedNYC’s 2020 Oscar Predictions: Who will Win and SHOULD win!

This weekend, the 92nd Academy Awards will be held and Hollywood will bestow its highest honor to a deserving few. Wondering who is going to win? If want to pretend you have seen all of the nominated films or impress that cinophile at the bar, the MoviefiedNYC team has done all of the leg work for you. Managing Editors John David West and Myrna Duarte share their predictions along with Award Season Guru Ariadne Ansbro and Eddie Mouradian cinephile MoviefiefiedNYC contributor. Below are our picks for who will be victorious and which of the nominees should win.

Best Picture 
Ford V Ferrari, The Irishman, Jojo Rabbit, Joker, Little Women, Marriage Story, 1917, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, Parasite.

Ari: Who will Win: 1917 has become the frontrunner in this race.  The Oscars love a war movie and this one has the added bonus of being slightly different than your average war movie.  Sam Mendes directed this like a thriller, and the “one take” effect adds to the suspense.  I would expect this to win the big award of the night.

Who Should Win: Parasite was an excellent film.  I would love it if there was an upset this year and Parasite ended up taking home Best Picture.  It is probably the film that I enjoyed most this year, followed by Jojo Rabbit.

John David: Who will Win: 1917. This is the typical Best Picture epic that the Academy loves to award.

Who Should Win: This was a really strong year for movies. All of these films deserve their nominations, but Parasite really should take it home. It would be exciting to see the Academy give it out its first Best Picture Oscar to a foreign film. Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood is also well deserving for Best Pic and a win for this one would be a welcomed surprise.

Eddie: Who will Win. Parasite Along with Director this is the toughest category to predict. But in life, I’ve never gone wrong by heeding Roxette’s advice, so I’ll listen to my heart and go with Parasite.

Who Should Win: Parasite Please know that I am writing this as I’m listening to the Cats movie soundtrack as to better prepare for my second (2nd) Rowdy Screening at Alamo NYC, so it’s truly difficult for me to prognosticate anything other than that Feline Film Feat. That said, Parasite was the best film of the year, and the one that I have yet to be able to (shimble) shake.

Myrna: Who will Win: 1917 has emerged as a pretty clear frontrunner having already garnered DGA, BAFTA, and PGA wins.

Who Should Win: Parasite, an excellent film, and the only other film that has that kind of buzz and momentum.  A snub I can’t get over in this category is The Farewell.

Best DirectorMartin Scorsese (The Irishman), Todd Phillips (Joker)Sam Mendes (1917), Quentin Tarantino (Once Upon A Time…In HollywoodBong Joon Ho (Parasite).

Ari: Who will Win: This award is Sam Mendes’s to lose. He has won the Directors Guild Award, which is basically like saying, “Here’s your Oscar”.  The film also has the added bonus of being highly personal to Mendes.  He wrote the script based on stories from his grandfather who would deliver messages during World War I.  Like last year’s Roma, the Academy will reward a director for a baring of the soul.

Who Should Win: I really think that Bong Joon Ho created something special in Parasite. Unfortunately, the Academy will most likely think of this nomination as his “win”.

John David: Who will Win: It’s been twenty years since Sam Mendes was last nominated for an Oscar, when he won for American Beauty. He will pick up a second trophy for his technical, thrill ride, direction of 1917.

Who Should Win: Bong Joon Ho for Parasite. I mean, it has everything.

Eddie: Who will Win.  Sam Mendes, 1917. This is again, a toss-up. I’m banking on a Director-Picture split, and while the Academy’s Director branch has gone more international over the last few years – in both membership and Best Director – winners. The monumental directorial achievement of 1917 can’t, shouldn’t and likely won’t be ignored. There are camps out there who believe 1917 is more an accomplishment of cinematography (Deakins is pretty much a shoo-in), so you could easily flip my Director and Picture picks. Honestly, I’ll be happy with either.

Who Should Win: Bong Joon-Ho, Parasite While not as outwardly flashy as 1917, in order for Parasite to work at the level it did, Joon-Ho had to perfectly play his audience like a fiddle, and that’s exactly what he did. Which is why, in this house, we call him Itzhak Perlaman.

Myrna: Who will Win: Sam Mendes (1917). Who Should Win: Bong Joon Ho (Parasite) and snubbed Lulu Wang (The Farewell)

Best ActorAntonio Banderas (Pain and Glory), Leonardo DiCaprio (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), Adam Driver (Marriage Story), Joaquin Phoenix (Joker), Jonathan Pryce (The Two Popes).

Ari: Who will Win: It’s Joaquin Phoenix’s night. His performance was Academy catnip because of the dramatic amount of weight he lost to play the Joker and for playing someone with a psychological disorder.  The real acting will be when he had to do the I-never-expected-to-win face as he walks to the microphone.

Who Should Win: I was so moved by Adam Driver in Marriage Story.  As the child of divorced parents, I had PTSD flashbacks while watching this film. However, the scene of Driver singing “Being Alive” at a bar was so moving.  He imbued every phrase with such emotion that I was brought to tears.

John David: Who will Win. Joaquin Phoenix. Who Should Win: Rush Limbaugh for his “What, Me?” surprise performance upon receiving the Presidential Medal of Honor at the SOTU. Ok, seriously, I think Phoenix deserves it. But a DiCaprio upset would be welcomed for his comic work in Once Upon…Hollywood.

Eddie: Who will Win. Joaquin Phoenix, Joker will win for the *most* acting. He did so much acting, you guys!  Who Should Win: Antonio Banderas, Pain and Glory If we’re being honest, I’m still recovering from his performance. The fact that he hasn’t been steam-rolling the competition this entire season is the greatest tragedy the Crown Prince of Crime ever facilitated.

Myrna: Who will Win. Joaquin Phoenix (Joker) for a subtle and operatic performance rolled into one.

Who Should Win: Antonio Banderas (Pain and Glory) in what could be the best performance of his career. 

Best Actress
Cynthia Erivo (Harriet), Scarlett Johansson (Marriage Story), Saoirse Ronan (Little Women), Charlize Theron(Bombshell), Renée Zellweger (Judy).

Ari: Who will Win: Renée Zellweger is going to win this for her impression of Judy Garland. It pains me to say this, because I cannot STAND her as an actress.  But this is another performance that is Oscar bait.  I am truly hoping for a Best Actress upset like last year.

Who Should Win: Charlize Theron gets my vote for completely embodying Megyn Kelly.  She took someone who I really don’t like, and made me feel her struggle.  I actually felt sympathy for Kelly.  Also, the film as a whole was way better than Judy.

John David: Who will Win: Renée Zellweger. Best Actor/Actress should be renamed Best Bio Pic Performance of the year. Renée has Oscar in the bag. It’s also a nice comeback story for Zellweger.

Who Should Win: I’m down with Zellweger but would love to see Theron awarded for her thoughtfully honest embodiment of Megyn Kelly. BTW, where’s Lupita? Everyone is asking that question.

Eddie: Who will Win. Renee Zellweger, Judy. She will become the only actor other than Daniel Day-Lewis to sweep all the major precursors (Golden Globes, SAG, Critics Choice,  BAFTA) for her truly devastating performance as Judy Garland. A well-deserved coronation of her comeback narrative. My favorite nominated performance of the year.

Who Should Win: Renee Zellweger, Judy None of these performances (all great) really comes close to what Zellweger pulls off in Judy. The only other lead actress  performance that feels close is one that wasn’t nominated: Lupita N’yongo in Us.

Myrna: Who will Win: Renée Zellweger (Judy).

Who Should Win:Scarlett Johansson (Marriage Story) but the real winner wasn’t nominated and that is Lupita Nyong’o (Us).

Best Supporting Actor

Tom Hanks (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood), Anthony Hopkins (The Two Popes), Al Pacino (The Irishman), Joe Pesci (The Irishman), Brad Pitt (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood).

Ari: Who will Win: Oh, Brad Pitt has this in the bag.  I am looking forward to hearing his Oscar speech, cause his Globes and SAG speeches were fabulous!

Who Should Win: Maybe I am a sap, but watching Tom Hanks play Fred Rogers made me nostalgic for my childhood.  I wanted to be there with him and have him tell me that everything is going to be ok.  That was always the magic of Mr. Rogers and Hanks captured that perfectly.

John David: Who will Win: Brad Pitt. Who Should Win: Brad Pitt. However, I wouldn’t mind an upset win for Tom Hanks for his ethereal performance as the soft spoken, self-doubting, very human Mr. Rogers.

Eddie: Who will Win. Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood, a great movie star performance, from one of our last movie stars. Give him his Oscar!

Who Should Win: I’m not begrudging Brad Pitt his acting Oscar, but my vote would probably go to Pesci just slightly over Hopkins

Myrna: Who will Win: Brad Pitt (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood).

Who Should Win: I find it problematic that none of the actors from Parasite weren’t nominated in any category, that being said Song Kang-ho, who played the father in Parasite should win. 

Best Supporting Actress
Kathy Bates (Richard Jewell), Laura Dern (Marriage Story), Scarlett Johansson (Jojo Rabbit), Florence Pugh (Little Women), Margot Robbie (Bombshell). 

Ari: Who will Win: Laura Dern, hands down. Who Should Win: Dern was great in Marriage Story, so I am totally fine with her win. But, I really loved Scarlett Johansson in Jojo Rabbit.  She was the heart at the center of that film and she nailed it.

John David: Who will Win: Laura Dern. Who Should Win: Stop it! It’s Laura Dern.

Eddie: Who will Win.  Laura Dern will win. And it’s fine! I’m glad she’ll have an Oscar.

Who Should Win: Jennifer Lopez in Hustlers gave the performance of the year. Her exclusion from this category is nothing short than an embarrassment. I will never rest. I will never know happiness.

Myrna: Who will Win: Laura Dern (Marriage Story). Who Should Win: Laura Dern (Marriage Story) – Hello Dern-aissance!

Best Adapted ScreenplayGreta Gerwig (Little Women), Anthony McCarten (The Two Popes), Todd Phillips & Scott Silver (Joker), Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit), Steven Zaillian (The Irishman).

Ari: Who Will and Should Win: Taika Waititi’s script did the impossible: It turned a story about the horrors of war and made it fun. It also was full of heart and acceptance. I really loved this movie.

John David: Who will Win: Taika Waitit, Jojo Rabbit. Who Should Win: out of this group of writers, I’m going with Taika Waitit for his delightfully original script.

Eddie: Who will Win. Greta Gerwig, Little Women Smart money has Taika Waititi taking this home for JoJo Rabbit after back-to-back WGA and BAFTA wins, but I think the groundswell of late support for Little Women and the Academy smarting from snubbing Gerwig in Director gives her the slight edge. Also, let’s not forget that Lady Bird went home empty handed just a couple of years ago, so there’s a lot of righting wrongs that can happen here.

Who Should Win: It helps that Gerwig’s screenplay for Little Women is nothing short of revolutionary, making a 100 year story fresh, exciting and current. People who can’t follow the multiple timelines, need to take a deep, hard look at themselves in the mirror.

Myrna: Who will Win: Greta Gerwig (Little Women). Who Should Win: Taika Waititi for the very sweet Jojo Rabbit.

Best Original Screenplay
Noah Baumbach (Marriage Story), Bong Joon-ho & Han Jin-won (Parasite), Rian Johnson (Knives Out), Sam Mendes & Krysty Wilson-Cairns (1917), Quentin Tarantino (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood).

Ari: Who will Win: Bong Joon-ho & Han Jin-won are going to prove victorious in this category. Parasite has a lot of momentum this awards season, and this is where it is going to shine.

Who Should Win: I am very much in favor of Bong Joon-ho & Han Jin-won getting this award.  A small part of me would love it if Knives Out won too, because that was such a great movie and really deserves recognition.

John David: Who will Win: Bong Joon-ho & Han Jin-won for Parasite.  Who Should Win: Noah Baumbach for the complex multi-angle narrative in Marriage Story.

Eddie: Who will Win.  Bong Joon Ho, Parasite An actual perfect script. Give it everything! Who Should Win: See above.

Myrna: Who will Win: Quentin Tarantino (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) the Academy loves to reward Tarantino in this category.

Who Should Win: Bong Joon-ho & Han Jin-won (Parasite) or Lulu Wang (The Farewell) had it been nominated.

Best Animated Feature
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, I Lost My Body, Klaus, Missing Link, Toy Story 4. 

Ari: Who will Win: The Toy Story movies tend to do well in this category, as it makes voters reflect on their childhoods. I think Toy Story 4 will add to Pixar’s Oscar shelf.

Who Should Win: I really enjoyed I Lost My Body, so I will go with that one.

John David: Who will Win: All signs point to Toy Story 4. Who Should Win: Missing Link.

Eddie: Who will Win. Klaus This category is so anemic this year, so here’s an Oscar with a shoulder shrug.

Who Should Win: It could win both Most Unnecessary and Best Animated Feature, but if Toy Story 4 was a Noah Baumbach movie, it would be the Best Picture frontrunner.

Myrna: Who will Win: Toy Story 4 Who Should Win: The dark and soulful I Lost My Body.

Best Animated Short
Dcera (Daughter), Hair Love, Kitbull, Memorable, Sister.

Ari: Who will Win: Hair Love was pretty perfect in every way.  I think this one will take home the award. Who Should Win: Hair Love, definitely. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch it on YouTube.  I dare you not to cry.

John David: Who will Win: Hair Love. It was sweet and just shy of sappy. The Academy will love it. Who Should Win: All of the Animated Shorts were really strong this year. My vote goes to Memorable, an emotionally transcendent and visually breathtaking work.

Eddie: Who will Win.  The truncated awards season left me with no time for Shorts! Damn you, Awards season!

Myrna: Didn’t see them.

Best Cinematography
Jarin Blaschke (The Lighthouse), Roger Deakins (1917), Rodrigo Prieto (The Irishman), Robert Richardson (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), Lawrence Sher (Joker).

Ari: Who will Win: I think Roger Deakins did a beautiful job with 1917.  I was particularly blown away by the scene near the burning church. It was spectacular. Who Should Win: I always have a soft spot in my heart for black and white films, so Jarin Blaschke (The Lighthouse)

John David: Who will Win: 1917. Who Should Win: 1917, but I’m with the team here, and I’m throwing a bone towards The Lighthouse for its claustrophobic, and gorgeous black and white cinematography.

Eddie: Roger Deakins, 1917 is one of the lockiest locks of the night. A true marvel. Who Should Win: Said in the style of Rose Byrne in Bridesmaids:: Ladies, it’s the Deakins.

Myrna: Who will Win: Roger Deakins for 1917.

Who Should Win: Jarin Blaschke for The Lighthouse. 

Best Costume Design
The Irishman, Little Women, Jojo Rabbit, Joker, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood.

Ari: Who will Win: I think that Jojo Rabbit is going to get this one, but don’t discount Little Women, which may pull an upset. Who Should Win: Making a WWII film that wasn’t all drab and khaki was both historically accurate and visually pleasing.  I’m going with Jojo Rabbit.

John David: Who will Win: They will go traditional this year with the costume heavy and very pretty Little Women.  Who Should Win: Little Women.

Eddie: Who will Win.  JoJo Rabbit Who Should Win: I want every single one of the outfits worn by the boys of Little Women.

Myrna: Who will Win: Jacqueline Durran (Little Women). Who Should Win: Mayes C. Rubeo (Jojo Rabbit). 

Best Documentary 
American Factory, The Cave, The Edge of Democracy, For Sama, Honeyland.

Ari: Who will Win: I think that For Sama, the story of an 26 year-old woman in Alleppo is going to take home the prize. I would not be surprised if American Factory won just to piss off Trump (the film was executively produced by the Obamas.). Who Should Win: For Sama.

John David: Who will Win: Honeyland. It plays out as an easy to digest narrative film. It made Oscar history as the first movie to be nominated in both Best International Film as well as Best Documentary Feature. Who Should Win: The Edge of Democracy. But would love to see American Factory win with the Obamas in the house!

Eddie: Who will Win.  American Factory Having the Obamas there to accept an Oscar will prove too much for the Academy to say no to.

Who Should Win: I haven’t seen all the nominated docs, but the idea of Michelle & Barack back on my TV screen whispering gently that everything will be OK, is more than I can bear.

Myrna: Who will Win: American Factory produced by the Obamas. I wonder if they will be there to pick up their statuette if they win? Who Should Win: The Edge of Democracy.  

Best Film Editing
Ford v Ferrari, The Irishman, Jojo Rabbit, Joker, Parasite.

Ari: Who will Win: Joker. Who Should Win: Will someone please tell me why 1917  is not nominated in this category?  Editing a film together to make it look like it was just one long shot is pretty incredible.  THAT should be honored.

John David: Who will Win: This category often aligns with the Best Pic winner, but there’s no nom for front runner 1917, so Editing will likely go to this year’s bridesmaid, Parasite. Who Should Win: Parasite.

Eddie: Who will Win.  Ford v Ferrari This feels like the place the Dad Movie of the Year will pick-up some appreciation, especially without having to compete with 1917.

Who Should Win: It’s actually quite shocking that 1917isn’t nominated, and kind of crazy that people took the “one shot” movie thing so seriously. The only reason it works is because of the editing. That said, Parasite is so tightly edited adding to the humor and dread underneath every scene.

Myrna: Who will Win: Ford v Ferrari. Who Should Win: Parasite 

Best International Feature Film
Corpus Christi, Honeyland, Les Misérables, Pain and Glory,  Parasite 

Ari: Who Will and Should Win: Parasite, full-stop.

John David: Who will Win: Parasite. Could we be any more certain?  Who Should Win: Parasite.

Eddie: Who will Win. Parasite became the first South Korean film to be nominated for Best International Feature and on Sunday will become it’s first winner. Who Should Win: Parasite!  I mean could you imagine?

Myrna: Who will Win: Parasite. Who Should Win: Pain and Glory. 

Best Documentary Short
In the Absence, Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl), Life Overtakes Me, St. Louis Superman, Walk Run Cha-Cha.

Ari: Who Will and Should Win: Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl).

John David: Who will Win and Should Win: Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl).

Eddie: Who will Win. Abstain! Who Should Win: Abstain!

Myrna: Who will Win and Should Win: Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl). 

Best Live Action Short
Brotherhood, Nefta Football Club,  The Neighbor’s Window, Saria, A Sister.

Ari: Who will Win: I think that Brotherhood will take this one. Who Should Win: The Neighbor’s Window.

John David: Who will Win: The Neighbor’s Window. This Rear Window-esque short was the weakest of the group but it’s heartfelt and emotional–voters will go for that.  Who Should Win: This year’s Live Action Shorts were all strong–and not as gut-wrenching as last year’s batch of nominees. My favorite is Nefta Football Club. Watch it! It’s absolutely delightful. Saria should be made into a feature film.

Eddie: Who will Win.  Abstain! Who Should Win: Abstain!

Myrna: Who will Win: Saria. Who Should Win: Brotherhood .

Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Bombshell, Joker, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Judy, 1917.

Ari: Who Will and Should Win: Bombshell all the live long day.  Did you see how much Charlize Theron looked like Megyn Kelly?  Did you see the mustache on Geraldo Rivera?????? That mustache should win an Oscar.

John David: Who will Win. Bombshell. Who Should Win: Bombshell, even though I don’t necessarily believe Theron needed to look identical to Megyn Kelly for her stellar performance, the makeup  was rather impressive.

Eddie: Who will Win. Bombshell for the uncanny work they did turning beloved actors into real-life monsters. Who Should Win: Bombshell, the rare film which gets the right number of nominations (3) in all the right categories.

Myrna: Who will Win: Bombshell. Who Should Win: Joker. 

Best Original Score
1917, Joker, Little Women, Marriage Story, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker 

Ari: Who will Win: Icelandic Hildur Guðnadóttir is going to win this award for her brilliant use of cellos in Joker.  The score of this film helped you feel unsettled as you watched Joaquin Phoenix unravel.

Who Should Win: Joker, see above.

John David: Who will Win: Hildur Guðnadóttir, Joker. Who Should Win: Joker.

Eddie: Who will Win: I’m rooting for you, Thomas Newman in 1917. Who Should Win: The race for this one is really between Newman (shooting for his first Oscar!) and the Joker score, which was one of the most affecting parts of that film.

Myrna: Who will Win: Hildur Guðnadóttir (Joker). Who Should Win: Hildur Guðnadóttir (Joker).

Best Original Song
“I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away,” Toy Story 4
“I’m Standing With You,” Breakthrough
“Into the Unknown,” Frozen II
“(I’m Gonna) Love me Again,”  Rocketman
“Stand Up,” Harriet

Ari: Who will Win: Elton John is going to win another Oscar for “(I’m Gonna) Love me Again”. Many people are upset that Taron Egerton did not get a nomination for Rocketman, so don’t be surprised if this is how they show their appreciation.

Who Should Win: “Stand Up” is the kind of inspirational song that works in a movie like Harriet.  I could see an upset of this winning over Rocketman.  It would also make Cynthia Ervo an EGOT winner.

John David: Who will Win. “(I’m Gonna) Love me Again” for Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Who Should Win: Cynthia Erivo for Harriet. Would be nice to see her join the EGOT team.

Eddie: Who will Win: If Elton John & Bernie Taupin weren’t about to win their first major award together, this category would have absolutely no footprint in pop culture.

Who Should Win: Beautiful Ghosts from Cats, Show Yourself from Frozen II or, really the winner, Glasgow (No Place Like Home) from Wild Rose written by Oscar winner Mary goddamn Steenburgen. Since none of those are nominated, sure, yeah, the one from Rocketman.

Myrna: Who will Win: “Stand Up,” Harriet. Who Should Win: “(I’m Gonna) Love me Again,”  Rocketman.

Best Production Design
1917, The Irishman, Jojo Rabbit, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Parasite

Ari: Who will Win. This is probably going to be the technical award that Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood will in.

Who Should Win: I really loved that house in ParasiteThat set was perfect to feel both affluent and, eventually, like a prison.

John David: Who will and Should Win: Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood.

Eddie: Who will Win: Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood. The era-specific recreation of Hollywood, goes a very long way towards the entirety of the movie working as well as it does.

Who Should Win: In a post-Sex in the City world where naming a place (the titular city) as a character (the fifth lady!) is kind of groan-inducing, I’m reticent to say that the house in Parasite is one of the film’s main characters but…

Myrna: Who will Win: Barbara Ling (Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood). Who Should Win: Lee Ha-Jun (Parasite).

Best Sound Editing
1917, Ford v Ferrari, Joker, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Ari: Who will Win: 1917, but I could see Ford v Ferrari pulling an upset. Who Should Win: 1917

John David: Who will Win: 1917. Who Should Win: 1917

Eddie: Who will Win: 1917 is will sweep. Who Should Win: 1917.

Myrna: Who will Win: Ford v Ferrari. Who Should Win: Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood.

Best Sound Mixing
1917, Ad Astra, Ford v Ferrari, Joker, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood

Ari: Who will Win: 1917, I really felt like I was in battle, a plane crash, a fire…

Who Should Win: 1917

John David: Who will Win: 1917. Who Should Win: 1917for its new developed sound techniques that put viewers into the trenches and gave new sound to WWI.

Eddie: Who will Win. 1917 made you feel like you were buried under the rubble with Georg MacKay Who Should Win: 1917.

Myrna: Who will Win: Ford v Ferrari. 

Who Should Win: Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood. 

Best Visual Effects
1917, Avengers: Endgame, The Irishman, The Lion King, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Ari: Who will Win: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Who Should Win: 1917.

John David: Who will and should Win: 1917’s strengths rest in the technical areas with Sound and Visual Effects.

Eddie: Who will Win.  With so many races seemingly sewn-up, it’s nice to take a swing on this category with a win for Thanos himself in Avengers: Endgame. Who Should Win: Marvel has done surprisingly poorly with the Oscars (save for Black Panther), even in the below-the-line categories where it should over perform. Avengers was a true accomplishment, and should be rewarded in some capacity.

Myrna: Who will Win: The Irishman. Who Should Win: The Lion King. 

Be sure to check back with us on Monday for Ari’s post Oscars wrap up.

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