For the eighth consecutive year, we present to you the raw, uncensored thoughts from an Oscar voter. And there’s plenty to digest!
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An anonymous Oscar voter reveals all to Michael Musto, including which film they believe will win Best Picture, why only one person of color was nominated, and much more.
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The Academy’s voting body is largely white, male, and over 65. With that in mind, we asked an anonymous Academy Awards voter for their honest thoughts on this year’s nominees.
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