Your Interactive Oscars Cheat Sheet
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Photo research by Marcia Allert.Django has been unchained. The people have sung. Ben Affleck cut his Argo hair. The long slog to Oscar night ends on Sunday, culminating in one grand question: Who’s going to win?
To help you size up the competition, we’ve compiled a cheat sheet to the big six categories. Here you’ll find handy information about the other awards the nominees have racked up thus far—Golden Globes, BAFTA, Screen Actors Guild (SAG), Directors Guild (DGA), and Critics Choice. Plus, video clips of key performances, reviews from the major critics, and the latest odds from the bookies in Vegas.
Take a look at The Daily Beast’s exhaustive coverage of this year’s Oscar contenders, and fill out your ballot in all of the 24 categories. Then, share it with friends through email, Facebook, or Twitter, or print it out to bring to your Oscar night viewing party. Finally, pour a glass of champagne and enjoy Hollywood’s biggest night. Happy picking!
Photo credits: Claire Folger/Warner Bros., via AP; Sony Pictures Classics/AP; The Weinstein Company/AP; Chris Pizzello/AP; Laurie Sparham/Universal Pictures, via AP; Jess Pinkham/Fox Searchlight Pictures, via AP; Evan Agostini/Invision/AP; JoJo Whilden/The Weinstein Company, via AP; Sony Pictures/AP; David James/DreamWorks and Twentieth Century Fox, via AP; Matt Sayles/Invision/AP; Robert Zuckerman/Paramount Pictures, via AP; Andrew Cooper/The Weinstein Company, via AP; Sony Pictures Classics/AP; Fox Searchlight Pictures/AP; ©2012 Zero Dark Thirty; Phil Bray/The Weinstein Company, via AP; Universal Pictures/AP, 20th Century Fox/AP; David James/DreamWorks II Distribution Co., LLC and Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, via AP; Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP; Jose Haro/Summit Entertainment, via AP; Jose Haro/Summit Entertainment, via AP; Mary Cybulski/Fox Searchlight Pictures, via AP; David James/DreamWorks and Twentieth Century Fox, via AP; Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP; Sony - Columbia Pictures/AP