2013 Oscar Lineup for Tonight

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Oscar-with-AMPASVia our great reader Jamie!!!

  • Supporting Actor
  • Animated Short
  • Animated Feature
  • Cinematography
  • Visual Effects
  • Costume Design
  • Makeup & Hairstyling
  • Live Action Short
  • Documentary Feature
  • Foreign Language
  • Sound Mixing
  • Sound Editing
  • Supporting Actress
  • Film Editing
  • Production Design
  • In Memoriam
  • Original Score
  • Original Song
  • Adapted Screenplay
  • Original Screenplay
  • Lead Actress
  • Lead Actor
  • Director
  • Picture

I wonder because Supporting Actor is first, that means it’ll be a boring winner like Tommy Lee Jones.  Damn it, now I want to change my predictions.  Ugh!  Supporting Actress is mighty late in the show too.

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