Friday, May 13, 2011

86th Oscar Best Director Updates (2013-2014 Awards Season) (5/13/11)

New updates for the 86th Oscar Best Director Race, with previous ranking shown in parenthesis after each entry.

1. Guillermo Del Toro for Pacific Rim (Predicted Winner) (previous rank 1)
2. Martin Scorsese for Silence (previous rank 2)
3. Neill Blomkanp for Elysium (previous rank 9)
4. Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained (previous rank 22)
5. Derek Cinfrance for The Place Beyond The Pines (previous rank 8)

6. Tom Hooper for Les Miserables (previous rank 16)
7. Francis Lawrence for Snow And The Seven (previous rank 3)
8. David Fincher for Cleopatra (previous rank 6)
9. Steven Soderbergh for Liberace (previous rank 23)
10. Nick Cassavetes or Barry Levinson for Gotti: Three Generations (New)
11. Peter Jackson for The Hobbit Part 2 (previous rank 21)
12. John Wells for August: Osage County (previous rank 29)
13. Lee Daniels for Iced (previous rank 5)
14. The Color Purple (New)
15. Jodie Foster for Flora Plum (previous rank 4)
16. Brad Anderson for Concrete Island (previous rank 7)
17. John Millus for Genghis Khan (previous rank 12)
18. Martin Scorsese for The Wolf Of Wall Street (previous rank 15)
19. Edward Norton for Motherless Brooklyn (previous rank 18)
20. The Legend Of Cain (New)
21. Ron Howard for The Dark Tower (New)
22. Werner Herzog for The Piano Tuner (previous rank 11)
23. Sam Raimi for Oz The Great And Powerful (New)
24. George Clooney for Our Brand Is Crisis (New)
25. Ben Affleck for Replay (previous rank 19)
26. Ryan Murphy for Annie (previous rank 27)
27. David O. Russell for The Silver Lining Playbook (New)
28. The Devil In The White City (New)
29. They Marched Into Sunlight (New)
30. John Madden for The Rivals (New)
31. Sergey Bodrov for The Seventh Son (New)
32. Tim Burton for Maleficent (previous rank 13)
33. Deepa Mehta for Masterpiece (previous rank 14)
34. James Cameron for The Last Train From Hiroshima: The Survivors Look Back (previous rank 24)
35. David Cronenberg for The Matarese Circle (previous rank 26)
36. Ruben Fleischer for The Gangster Squad (New)
37. Martin Scorsese for Sinatra (New)
38. Pan Nalin for Buddha: The Inner Warrior (previous rank 10)
39. M. Night Shyamalan for One Thousand A.E. (New)
40. Kenneth Branagh for The Boys In The Boat (previous rank 25)
41. Sheldon Turner for By Virtue Fall (New)
42. Ari Folman for The Congress (New)
43. Danny Boyle for Trance (New)
44. Niels Arden Oplev for The Last Pharaoh (New)
45. Jody Lee Lipes for Confederacy (previous rank 17)
46. Roger Michell for Burmese Days (previous rank 28)
47. Rania Ajami for My Eyes Through Carnage (previous rank 31)
48. Wayne Wang for Einstein (previous rank 30)
49. Ben Affleck for Argo (New)
50. Bryce Dallas Howard for The Originals (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 Best Director predictions for other years HERE.
See predictions for other categories at the 86th Oscars HERE.
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