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The 10 Films Likely to Dominate the Oscar Conversation for the Rest of the Year

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | July 12, 2012 |

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | July 12, 2012 |

The Dark Knight Rises


Best Picture, Best Director (Christopher Nolan), Best Supporting Actor (Tom Hardy), Best Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway), Best Original Screenplay (Jonathan Nolan, Christopher Nolan, David Goyer), Best Original Score.

The Great Gatsby


Best Picture, Best Director (Baz Luhrmann), Best Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Actress (Carey Mulligan) Best Supporting Actor (Joel Edgerton), Best Adapted Screenplay (Baz Luhrmann) and Best Song.

Django Unchained


Best Picture, Best Director (Quentin Tarantino), Best Actor (Christoph Waltz), Best Supporting Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Supporting Actress (Kerry Washington), Best Original Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino).

Beasts of the Southern Wild


Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay (Lucy Alibar, Benh Zeitlin), Best Actress (Quvenzhané Wallis).



Best Picture, Best Director (Ben Affleck), Best Adapted Screenplay (Chris Terrio), Best Supporting Actor (Bryan Cranston)

Les Miserables


Best Picture, Best Director (Tom Hooper), Best Actress (Anne Hathaway), Best Actor (Russell Crowe), Best Supporting Actor (Sacha Cohen Baron)

The Hobbit


Best Picture, Best Director (Peter Jackson), Best Actor (Martin Freeman), Best Adapted Screenplay (Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens)

Anna Karenina


Best Picture, Best Director (Joe Wright), Best Actress (Keira Knightley), Best Adapted Screenplay (Tom Stoppard)

Life of Pi


Best Picture, Best Director (Ang Lee), Best Actor (Tobey Maguire), Best Supporting Actor (Irrfan Khan), Best Adapted Screenplay (David Magee)

Untitled Kathryn Bigelow Project (About the Navy SEAL Team 6 that tracked down Osama bin Laden)


Best Picture, Best Director (Kathryn Bigelow), Best Actor (Joel Edgerton), Best Actress (Jessica Chastain), Best Adapted Screenplay (Mark Boal)