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Robotman

I hope Christopher Nolan wins Best Director.

Baggins

my picks as of right now in Alphabetical order

Woody Allen – Wonder Wheel
Guillermo Del Toro – The Shape of Water
Christopher Nolan – Dunkirk
Steven Spielberg – The Post
Joe Wright – Darkest Hour

Sentinel666

my predictions:

1.Guillermo Del Toro “The Shape of Water”
2.Luca Guadagnino “Call Me By Your Name”
3.James Franco “The Disaster Artist”
4.Martin McDonagh “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
5.Paul Thomas Anderson “Phantom Thread”

next in line:

6.Denis Villeneuve “Blade Runner 2049”
7.Richard Linklater “Last Flag Flying”
8.Jordan Peele “Get Out”
9.Greta Gerwig “Lady Bird”
10.Taylor Sheridan “Wind River”

Cornelius Buttersby

McDonagh as a winner is a great pick, especially since nearly everyone will be predicting a split. However, the model I see for it is that of Spotlight – winning Best Picture with just a Screenplay win due to preferential balloting, while something more ambitious and divisive wins Best Director. As such, though McDonagh is safe for a nomination, I think Best Director will come down to either Del Toro or Nolan. Since I still struggle to see Dunkirk getting in with Rylance, and directors usually need an acting or screenplay nom, I give the edge to Guillermo Del Toro.… Read more »

Cornelius Buttersby

McDonagh as a winner is a great pick, especially since nearly everyone will be predicting a split. However, the model I see for it is that of Spotlight – winning Best Picture with just a Screenplay win due to preferential balloting, while something more ambitious and divisive wins Best Director. As such, though McDonagh is safe for a nomination, I think Best Director will come down to either Del Toro or Nolan. Since I still struggle to see Dunkirk getting in with Rylance, and directors usually need an acting or screenplay nom, I give the edge to Guillermo Del Toro.… Read more »

Cornelius Buttersby

McDonagh as a winner is a great pick, especially since nearly everyone will be predicting a split. However, the model I see for it is that of Spotlight – winning Best Picture with just a Screenplay win due to preferential balloting, while something more ambitious and divisive wins Best Director. As such, though McDonagh is safe for a nomination, I think Best Director will come down to either Del Toro or Nolan. Since I still struggle to see Dunkirk getting in with Rylance, and directors usually need an acting or screenplay nom, I give the edge to Guillermo Del Toro.… Read more »

Baggins

My choices as of right now in alphabetical order

Kathryn Bigelow – Detroit
Richard Linklater – Last Flag Flying
Christopher Nolan – Dunkirk
Guillermo del Toro – The Shape of Water
Joe Wright – Darkest Hour

hepwa

I don’t buy the gossipy pearl clutching about “The Post”, so mine:

Luca Guadanigno – Call Me by Your Name
Christopher Nolan – Dunkirk
Guillermo del Toro – The Shape Of Water
Martin McDonagh – Three Billboards…
Steven Spielberg – The Post

That’s a pretty healthy roster, actually. I absolutely don’t think Joe Wright has a chance for a mediocre film carried by a single performance. But then, I think Wright is overrated in general.

Oreo

Martin McDonagh
Christopher Nolan
Guillermo Del Toro
Greta Gerwig
Luca Guadagnino

Next in line:
Denis Villeneuve (I’d love if he could snatch a nomination)
P.T Anderson
Dee Rees
Jordan Peele
Steven Spielberg (cause you can never know)
Joe Wright

I’d love to see a breakthrough in directing for Lanthimos and Baker but I guess they can find love in the Original Screenplay category.
Also I know it won’t happened but both James Mangold & Matt Reeves did a great job.

Demetra

Guillermo del Toro – “The Shape of Water”
Martin McDonagh – “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Greta Gerwig – “Lady Bird”
Steven Spielberg – “The Post”
Luca Guadagnino – “Call Me by Your Name”

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