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Predicting the Winners of the Oscars; the Public vs. Critics [Infographic]

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Using social media monitoring to compare public opinion to critics' predictions. More info: http://bit.ly/WeRoRT

Using social media monitoring to compare public opinion to critics' predictions. More info: http://bit.ly/WeRoRT

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  • 1. THE What are the most exciting awards this year? ss ay ay e t re pl pl ur y en n r en Ac at ph to ig e ir re ur Fe re Ac ra es Ha g Sc ct Sc tin og ed eD g Pi & in d or at al at um te p st ad in pp m im eu ap Be ig ne Le st Su An ak Ad Or Co Ci MMOST LEAST ts n ng lm e sig e c or r ur iti or Fi fe to ss De Sc Ed at ct Ef Ac n t re Fe ig re al n lm al g re tio Di Ac in su ry tin Fi Fo ig uc ta Vi g or Or in en od pp ad m Pr SuLe cu Do KEY SIZE INDICATES VOLUME OF BUZZ MOST LEASTAs expected, some awards generated greater buzz than others. The race for Best Picture proved the mostprovocative, while leading roles and the Best Director category also attracted attention online. WHICH NOMINEE IS GOING TO WIN WHICH AWARDForeign Film/ AMOUR Best Picture/ ARGOVisual Effects/ LIFE OF PI Animated Feature/ BRAVELeading Actor/ DANIEL DAY-LEWIS Costume Design/ ANNA KARENINAOriginal Score/ SKYFALL Makeup and Hair/ LES MISERABLESSupporting Actress/ ANNE HATHAWAY Cinematography/ LIFE OF PIDocumentary Feature/ SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN Production Design/ LIFE OF PIOriginal Screenplay/ DJANGO UNCHAINEDOf all the awards we looked at, these 13 categories had a likely winner in the eyes of both criticsand the general public. Which winnerS ARE still up for debate? PUBLIC CRITICSLeading Actress/ JENNIFER LAWRENCE JESSICA CHASTAINDirector/ STEVEN SPIELBERG DAVID O. RUSSELLAdapted Screenplay/ ARGO LIFE OF PISupporting Actor/ CHRISTOPH Waltz ROBERT DE NIROFilm Editing/ ARGO LINCOLNHowever, some of the awards provoked disharmony between critics and the public, with the two groupsunable to agree on a winner for these five categories. Anticipated landslide victories (% INCREASE FROM 2nd LARGEST NOMINEE)5004003002001000 Best Foreign Film Leading Actor Best Picture LEAD Amour Daniel Day-Lewis Argo KEY PUBLIC CRITICSA few of the awards have runaway anticipated victors, with the likes of Amour and Daniel Day Lewis widelypredicted to win in those categories. Neck and neck: the battle for LEADING actress (% AWARD TOTAL)35302520 POSITIVE PREDICTIONS151050 n n n n n b b b Ja Ja Ja Ja Ja Fe Fe Fe 05 12 1901 08 15 22 29 KEY JESSICA CHASTAIN JENNIFER LAWRENCEThe Leading Actress award remains hotly contested, with Jessica Chastain being an early favorite amongonline commenters, only to later see Jennifer Lawrence steadily catch up and even overtake her in volume ofwinner predictions. The conversational highlights so far Oscar Nominations Announced Screen10 Actors Guild Golden Awards BAFTA DISTRIBUTION (%)8 Globe Awards Awards6420 n n n n n b b b Ja Ja Ja Ja Ja Fe Fe Fe 05 12 1901 08 15 22 29 KEY ALL OSCAR BUZZ EXPLICIT PREDICTIONOther award ceremonies have been a big influence not only in conversation about the Oscars, but also in thenumber of predictions people have been making about the potential winners.