We unveil our quarter-finalist films for Academy Idol XII! This round will be based on the best performance in a film, and weighing it against the other top performers of each film. With the competition moving towards its conclusion, let’s drop our fifth place film and open voting on the final four.
Academy Idol XII Round 9 Results
Let’s find out who our top three finishers were this round. With only two votes per voter, support was spread thin. Yet we had some of our highest levels of individual ballots cast in the round. This left us with a strong top three that continues to push for the Academy Idol XII championship. Our top three films are:
- A Star Is Born” (8th Top 3 Finish)
- “The Favourite” (9th Top 3 Finish, 7 Wins)
- “Roma” (5th Top 3 Finish)
One film stood out above the rest and continues its dominance in the competition. “The Favourite” took control of the round and appeared on more than eighty-five percent of the ballots cast. This could be a sign of things to come but so far Yorgos Lanthimos’ film continues to outpace the others with strong support.
Sadly, we also have to send home a film. Our bottom two films this week are:
- “Hereditary” (4th Bottom Finish)
- “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (3rd Bottom Finish)
Each of the genre films has done well to stay alive in the competition. However, one simply must go home. The eliminated film from the round was “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” The animated feature became a fan-favorite of Awards Circuit readers, earning a Best Picture nomination with ACCA. However, the comic book adaptation could not outlast “Hereditary.”
Academy Idol XII Round 10 Opens For Voting
As we move into the final four films, the round will be themed after the best performance. To judge the round, select your favorite performance from each of the remaining films. After that is done, rank the four performances and vote for your top two choices.
Use those votes wisely! We are down to our final four, and with that, we are rounding the corner for our final round. Pick one performance per film, and objectively weigh your options. Vote here to make your voice heard!