Jan 15 2011 | 07:30 am
The Golden Globes will be doled out this Sunday. We assembled expert predictions from two dozen top awards pundits. They forecast all the races and expect a fierce battle between “The King’s Speech” and “The Social Network” for Best Drama Picture. However, they think three of the four top acting races are virtual locks as is Best Director.
Our notable panel includes: Thelma Adams (Us Weekly, Thelmadams.com), Tim Appelo (Hollywood Reporter), Lane Brown (New York Vulture), Erik Davis (Cinematical), Scott Feinberg (ScottFeinberg.com) Pete Hammond (Deadline Hollywood), Joseph Kapsch (Zap2It), Dave Karger (Entertainment Weekly), Tariq Khan (Fox News), Peter Knegt (Indie Wire), Guy Lodge (In Contention), Michael Musto (Village Voice), Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby, The Envelope), Steve Pond (The Odds, The Wrap), Nathaniel Rogers (Film Experience), Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby), Keith Simanton (IMDB), Sasha Stone (AwardsDaily), Kris Tapley (In Contention), Anne Thompson (Indiewire), Bob Tourtellotte (Reuters), Chuck Walton (Fandango), Jeff Wells (Hollywood-Elsewhere), Susan Wloszczyna (USA Today).
See the racetrack odds on the top Golden Globe races based upon these expert predictions HERE.
BEST DRAMA PICTURE
“The Fighter” – Lodge
“The King’s Speech” – Appelo, Hammond, Karger, Khan, Knegt, Musto, Pond, Sheehan, Simanton, Stone, Thompson, Tourtellotte
“The Social Network” – Adams, Brown, Davis, Feinberg, Kapsch, O’Neil, Rogers, Tapley, Walton, Wells, Wloszczyna [Read more…]