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Hollywood is getting for Sunday's night Oscars, the 86th presentation of the coveted and prestigious film awards. The crime comedy American Hustle and space movie Gravity have the greatest chance of a statuette, each with ten nominations in various categories. The slave drama 12 Years a Slave follows with nine nominations.
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The Oscar for best film goes according to Google Trends this year's drama belongs to The Wolf of Wall Street . The film from director Martin Scorsese is nominated in five other categories including best actor and best director.
Leonardo DiCaprio will go home to his role in The Wolf of Wall Street with the Oscar for best actor . DiCaprio plays according to some critics, "the role of his life" so that prediction will have been. No difficult for Google
The Wolf of Wall Street's only play a small part for women. The Oscar for best actress so is really going to another movie. According to Google, the price for Sandra Bullock . In her role as an astronaut in the movie Gravity, Bullock could drag her second Oscar for Best Actress on hold.
The Oscar for best supporting actor in a man's will to Jared Leto go. The singer performed a transsexual with AIDS in the Dallas Buyers Club movie. It is the first film role for Leto after years of focusing on his music career with the band Thirty Seconds from Mars.
The best supporting actress last year was played by Jennifer Lawrence , at least that gives analysis to Google. She plays her role in American Hustle: one of the films with the most nominations at the Oscars 2014.
The best director for Martin Scorsese . The Wolf of Wall Street would be the second film that the director of the Oscar for best director wins. Previously, he won the Academy Award for The Departed.