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Oscar buzz is starting to make the rounds as the event of the year draws closer. Millions of people across the globe are super invested in the event and who will and won’t win, what people are wearing, who will be partnering with who! There is so much to take in.

After a somewhat harrowing 2020, the Oscars bring glamor and fun to the world stage. April 25, 2021 will see stars making their way up the most famous red carpet in the world and fans will be watching their every move.

The 2021 has an added element of interest with the changes made to the Academy’s revised rules and regulations where there is a call for greater inclusion and diversity in order to qualify for a nomination. While the changes only come into effect in 2024 many believe it will have an influence over how nominations and wins are selected, already from the 2021 awards.

Who could be in the running?

The Odds Of Anthony Hopkins Winning for Best Actor Are At 1.65

Anthony Hopkins became known as the guy who won an Oscar for the shortest amount of screen time in history. Back in 1992 he was nominated and won for the unforgettable portrayal of Hannibal Lechter in Silence of the Lambs. His screen time was 15 minutes in total. This is by far the shortest amount of time an actor has appeared in a movie and won such a prestigious title.

2021 sees Hopkins up for a nomination again, although this time he graced the screen for far longer. The nomination is for his role in The Father. The storyline is based on the strained relationship between Hopkin’s character and that of his daughter who is played by Olivia Colman.

The movie was featured at the Sundance independent film festival earlier which alludes to the showcasing of the actual acting. Hopkins himself has received recognition for this role already in the way of awards at various other film festivals. He is a firm favorite at this point

West Side Story for Best Picture

It is safe to say Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story is not on the favorites list to win with odds at 10, but regardless it is almost certainly going to make the nominee list for Best Picture.

This old school classic of Leonard Bernstein has become one of the most well-loved classics of all time. First appeared on Broadway in the late 1950s, and later in 1961 went on to sweep the Oscars with 10 wins. Star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, get a fresh spin and the show is set on the streets of New York. A sure recipe for dramatic, romantic cinematography.

Previous classic remakes have fared well. A Star is Born is a great example of that!

Could David Fincher win for Best Director?

This could be a first for Fincher. He has never quite managed to take home the statue for Best Director, despite his excellent compliment of movies under his belt. Along with Quentin Tarantino the Oscar board has not shown them any love in the way of wins for this prestigious title. Tarantino has however won in other categories.

Some of Fincher’s body of work include brilliant classics like Fight Club, Seven, Gone Girl and The Social Network.

His latest offering is a film called Mank. The film takes viewers into a dark side of the goings-on of old Hollywood. It depicts the animosity and adversarial relationship between Herman Mankiewicz and Orson Wells over the latter’s Oscar-winning screenplay for Citizen Kane

The cast includes big clout actors Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, and Tom Burke occupying supporting roles. Mank has all the ingredients for victory. It seems fitting as the movie is all about the world of Hollywood and awards but not the glamorous version the world has come to know.

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