Making History: The Biggest Shocks and Surprises in Oscars History


The anticipation of the Academy Ads is rapidly approaching, as the awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, March th at : p.m. ET on ABC. It appears “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is the favorite to win Best Picture, as it has already earned major accolades from the Screen Actors Guild Ads, Producers Guild Ads, Directors Guild Ads, and Writers Guild Ads. However, predictions on winners in other categories remain uncertain. Post critic Johnny Oleksinski predicts who will and should win on Oscar night. The predicted winner for Best Picture is “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” an acclaimed, innovative, and genre-bending film released by A.

The films “The Fabelmans”, “All Quiet on the Western Front”, “Avatar: The Way of Water”, “The Banshees of Inisherin”, “Elvis”, “Tár”, “Top Gun: Maverick”, and “Triangle of Sadness” as well as “Women Talking” all went on to win Best Picture. Amongst these, “The Fabelmans” – Steven Spielberg’s touching look back on his childhood – was the emotional highlight of the year despite its early frontrunner status decreasing its chances of winning.

It is widely accepted that Todd Field’s “Tár” deservedly received the Directors Guild Award and the Critics Choice Award for Best Director. That being said, had James Cameron been nominated for “Avatar: Way of Water”, it is likely he would have been awarded the accolade. Field created a meticulously crafted, poignant thriller which warranted discussion among those who viewed it. The other nominees were Martin McDonagh’s “The Banshees of Inisherin”, Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans” and Ruben Östlund’s “Triangle of Sadness”.

Rea Riseborough, “To Leslie” Michelle Williams, “The Fabelmans” Michelle Yeoh, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” Best Actor Will Win, Should Win: Austin Butler’s portrayal of Elvis Presley in “Elvis” has been hailed with deserved applause and admiration. Spanning decades without relying on gimmicks or theatrics, the movie has earned widespread critical and popular acclaim above that of Fraser’s closest competitor. His performance has captured the hearts of viewers around the globe.

The highly acclaimed actor, who began his illustrious career with the iconic role of Short Round in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”, has delivered stirring performances throughout this season – having been successful in nearly every project he has taken on. It is for this reason that Barry Keoghan should win Best Supporting Actor for his part as the amusing yet heartbreaking neighbor in “The Banshees of Inisherin”. Other nominees for this category include Brendan Gleeson (“The Banshees of Inisherin”), Brian Tyree Henry (“Causeway”and Judd Hirsch (“The Fabelmans”).

At the Screen Actors Guild Awards a few weeks ago, Stephanie Hsu was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Everything Everywhere All At Once”. It is regrettable that the competition has been between Bassett and Curtis, as Hsu’s contributions to her role as Yeoh’s daughter and multiverse villain ought not to be overlooked. Additionally, Kerry Condon and Jamie Lee Curtis should also be acknowledged for their respective performances in “The Banshees of Inisherin” and “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, respectively.

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In conclusion, Barry Keoghan has delivered top-notch performances in the season’s best projects and is most deserving of the Best Supporting Actor award. His iconic role in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” is testament to his skill, and his stirring performance as the amusing yet heartbreaking neighbor in “The Banshees of Inisherin” is a perfect example of his power as an actor. The other nominees may have given incredible performances as well, but Barry Keoghan stands out as being just a bit more special and deserving of this important recognition.


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