La La Land Dancing All Ove The Opposition – Set For Record Nominations?
Since its Venice Film Festival premiere last year, La La Land has been touted as an Oscar contender, and it now seems a question of how many rather than if. It is currently the top pick for Best Picture 2/9, Emma Stone is 10/11 favourite for Best Actress, Damien Chazelle is 1/8 top pick for Best Director, while Ryan Gosling is 9/1 third favourite for Best Actor.
The record number of Oscar nominations currently stands at 14, a mark set by both Titanic and All About Eve. William Hill offer 3/1 that La La Land will either match or better that astonishing feat set by the pictures in 1998 and 1951 respectively.
“It is all about La La Land – we think there is a real chance that the film will make Oscar history tomorrow,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
3/1 To Receive 14 or more Oscar Nominations, 2/9 To Receive less than 14 Nominations
How many of the ‘Big 4’ Oscars will La La Land win? – 50/1 None, 6/1 One, EVS Two, 11/8 Three, 12/1 Four
Best Picture: 2/9 La La Land, 9/2 Moonlight, 9/1 Manchester by the Sea, 20/1 Hidden Figures, 33/1 Silence, 40/1 Fences, 50/1 Hacksaw Ridge, 66/1 Jackie, 80/1 Arrival, 80/1 Sully, 100/1 20th Century Women, 100/1 A Monster Calls, 100/1 American Pastoral, 100/1 Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, 100/1 Captain Fantastic, 100/1 Hell or High Water, 100/1 Lion, 100/1 Loving, 100/1 Nocturnal Animals, 100/1 Passengers, 100/1 Snowden, 100/1 The Birth of a Nation, 100/1 The Girl on the Train, 100/1 The Jungle Book, 100/1 The Lobster, 125/1 Maggie’s Plan
Best Actress: 10/11 Emma Stone (La La Land), 11/8 Natalie Portman (Jackie), 7/2 Isabelle Huppert (Elle), 20/1 Annette Bening (20th Century Women), 20/1 Ruth Negga (Loving), 33/1 Amy Adams (Arrival), 66/1 Jessica Chastain (Miss Sloane), 80/1 Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins), 100/1 Alicia Vikander (The Light Between Oceans), 100/1 Emily Blunt (Girl on the Train), 100/1 Jennifer Lawrence (Passengers), 100/1 Rooney Mara (Lion)
Best Actor – 2/7 Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea), 4/1 Denzel Washington (Fences), 9/1 Ryan Gosling (La La Land), 33/1 Andrew Garfield (Silence), 33/1 Joel Edgerton (Loving), 50/1 Tom Hanks (Sully), 66/1 Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic), 100/1 Colin Farrell (The Lobster), 100/1 Ewan McGregor (American Pastoral), 100/1 Jake Gyllenhaal (Nocturnal Animals), 100/1 Joe Alwyn (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk), 100/1 Jonah Hill (War Dogs), 100/1 Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Snowden), 100/1 Michael Keaton (The Founder), 100/1 Nate Parker (The Birth of a Nation)
Best Supporting Actress – 1/10 Viola Davis (Fences), 6/1 Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea), 10/1 Naomie Harris (Moonlight), 20/1 Nicole Kidman (Lion), 80/1 Janelle Monae (Hidden Figures), 100/1 Aja Naomi King (The Birth of a Nation), 100/1 Dakota Fanning (American Pastoral), 100/1 Elle Fanning (20th Century Women), 100/1 Felicity Jones (A Monster Calls), 100/1 Greta Gerwig (20th Century Women), 100/1 Kate Winslet (Collateral Beauty), 100/1 Keira Knightley (Collateral Beauty), 100/1 Kristen Stewart (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk), 100/1 Octavia Spencer (Hidden Figures)
Best Supporting Actor – 1/2 Mahershala Ali (Moonlight), 2/1 Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Nocturnal Animals), 10/1 Lucas Hedges (Manchester by the Sea), 14/1 Jeff Bridges (Hell or High Water), 20/1 Dev Patel (Lion), 25/1 Liam Neeson (Silence), 33/1 Hugh Grant (Florence Foster Jenkins), 66/1 Stephen Henderson (Fences), 100/1 John Goodman (10 Cloverfield Lane), 100/1 Steven Martin (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk)
Best Director – 1/8 Damien Chazelle (La La Land), 9/1 Barry Jenkins (Moonlight), 9/1 Kenneth Lonergan (Manchester by the Sea), 33/1 Denzel Washington (Fences), 50/1 Ang Lee (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk), 50/1 Martin Scorsese (Silence), 66/1 Jeff Nichols (Loving), 100/1 Clint Eastwood (Sully), 100/1 Denis Villeneuve (Arrival), 100/1 Garth Davis (Lion), 100/1 Mel Gibson (Hacksaw Ridge), 100/1 Nate Parker (Birth of a Nation), 100/1 Pablo Larrain (Jackie), 100/1 Tom Ford (Nocturnal Animals)