Monday, April 25, 2011

84th Oscar Adapted Screenplay Updates (4/25/11)

New additions and changed rankings in the 84th Oscar Adapted Screenplay race. Here are today’s rankings, with previous ranking shown in parenthesis after each entry.

1. Glenn Close and John Banville for Albert Nobbs (Predicted Winner) (previous rank 1)
2. Christopher Hampton for A Dangerous Method (previous rank 2)
3. Aaron Sorkin and Steven Zaillian for Moneyball (previous rank 3)
4. Pedro Almodovar for The Skin That I Inhabit (previous rank 4)
5. George Clooney and Grant Heslov for The Ides of March (previous rank 5)

6. Jose Rivera for On The Road (previous rank 7)
7. Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon and Jim Rash for The Descendants (previous rank 11)
8. Lynne Ramsay and Rory Kinnear for We Need To Talk About Kevin (previous rank 6)
9. Bright O’Connor and Peter Straughaun for Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (previous rank 13)
10. John Logan for Hugo Cabret (previous rank 10)
11. Richard Curtis and Lee Hall for War Horse (previous rank 12)
12. Tate Taylor for The Help (previous rank 9)
13. Moira Buffini for Jane Eyre (previous rank 8)
14. David Nicholls for One Day (New)
15. Steven Zaillian for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (previous rank 14)
16. Cameron Crowe and Aline Brosh McKenna for We Bought A Zoo (previous rank 17)
17. Blenn Ficarra and John Requa for Crazy Stupid Love (New)
18. Bruce Robinson for The Rum Diary (previous rank 15)
19. Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Vornish for The Adventures Of Tintin: Secret Of the Unicorn (previous rank 16)
20. Adrian Hodges for My Week With Marilyn (previous rank 19)
21. Steven Kloves for Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2. (previous rank 18)
22. Dee Rees for Pariah (New)
23. John Logan for Coriolanus (New)
24. Ol Parker for The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (New)
25. Dan Fogelman, John Lasseter, Brad Lewis and Ben McQueen for Cars 2 (New)
26. Andrea Arnold for Wuthering Heights (New)
27. Jean-Jacques Annaud and Menno Meyjes for Black Gold (New)
28. Geoffrey Fletcher for Violet And Daisy (New)
29. Richard La Gravenese for Water For Elephants (New)
30. Simon Beaufoy for Salmon Fishing In The Yemen (New)
31. Judy Morris for The Eye Of The Storm (New)
32. Rula Jebreal for Miral (New)
33. Michael Thomas for The Devil’s Double (New)
34. William Monoghan for London Boulevaard (New)
35. Rod Lurie, David Zelga Goodman and Sam Peckinpah for Straw Dogs (New)
36. George Nolfi for The Adjustment Bureau (New)
37. Daniel Adams for The Big Valley (New)
38. Terence Davies for The Deep Blude Sea (New)
39. Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller for The Muppets (New)
40. Gwyn Lurie and Gary Marks for The Music Never Stopped (New)
41. Francis Ford Coppola for Twixt Now And Sunrise (New)
42. Daniel Pyne for Zeitoun (New)
43. Catherine Trieschmann for Angels Crest (New)
44. Rowan Joffe for Brighton Rock (New)
45. Madeleine L’Engle and Cornelia Moore for Camilla Dickinson (New)
46. George Miller for Happy Feet 2 (New)
47. Ryan Redford for Oliver Sherman (New)
48. John Romano for The Lincoln Lawyer (New)
49. Craig Mazin, Scott Armstrong and Todd Phillips for The Hangover Part 2 (New)
50. Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg for A Very Harold And Kumar Christmas (previous rank 20)

As always, check the Tracker Pages in the upper right hand corner of this blog for the most updated predictions in all categories!
See Adapted Screenplay predictions for other years HERE.
Or check out the Original Screenplay predictions.
See predictions for other categories at the 84th Oscars HERE.
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