Friday, May 27, 2011

85th Oscar Original Screenplay Updates (2012-2013 Awards Season) (5/27/11)

Here are today’s updates to the 85th Oscar Original Screenplay race, with previous ranking shown in parenthesis after each entry.

1. Paul Webb for Selma (Predicted Winner) (previous rank 3)
2. Jonathan Jakubowicz for Hands Of Stone (previous rank 2)
3. Jeremy Walters for Dali (previous rank 6)
4. Richard Nelson for Hyde Park On Hudson (previous rank 8)
5. Woody Allen for The Wrong Picture (New)

6. Kar Wai Wong, Xu Haofeng and Jingzhi Zou for The Grandmasters (previous rank 4)
7. Robby Benson, Tom Ellis and Shawn Powell for Keeper Of The Pinstripes (previous rank 5)
8. Mark Boal for Triple Frontier (previous rank 7)
9. Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski for Cobalt Neural 9 (previous rank 11)
10. Gretchen Dyer for The Playroom (New)
11. Sergio Leone for Leningrad (New)
12. Rafael J. Noble and Sharon Zimmer for When We Were Pirates (New)
13. Ken Carter and Annette Haywood-Carter for Savannah (New)
14. Brenda Chapman and Irene Mecchi for Brave (previous rank 12)
15. John Jopson for The Absinthe Drinkers (previous rank 13)
16. So Yong Kim for For Ellen (New)
17. Edmond Wong for The Monkey King (previous rank 14)
18. Rob Reiner and Guy Thomas for The Third Act (previous rank 15)
19. Hiro Mauda for Ashita Manana (previous rank 18)
20. Emma Thompson for Effie (New)
21. Lawrence Kasdan and Meg Kasdan for Darling Companion (previous rank 19)
22. Ash Baron-Cohen for The Blind Bastard Club (previous rank 20)
23. Damon Lindelof and John Spaihts for Prometheus (previous rank 16)
24. Andy Garcia and Hilary Hemingway for Hemingway & Fuentes (New)
25. Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola for Moonrise Kingdom (New)
26. Christopher D. Parker and Victor Dowell for To Hell And Back (New)
27. Rian Jordan for Looper (previous rank 9)
28. Vanessa Taylor for Great Hope Springs (previous rank 10)
29. Terrence Malick for Untitled Terrence Malick Project (New)
30. David McKenna for Pablo Escobar (New)
31. Nick Cassavetes and Heather Wahlquist for Yellow (New)
32. Hossein Amini and Christopher Morgan for 47 Ronin (previously listed as adapted, rank 12)
33. Wentworth Miller for Stoker (New)
34. Alfonso Cuaron, Jonas Cuaron and Rodrigo Garcia for Gravity (New)
35. Untitled Yang Guifei Project (New)
36. Tina Gordon Chism for We The Peeples (New)
37. Alex Kurtzman, Jody Lambert and Roberto Orci for Welcome To People (New)
38. Ben Livingston and Hannah Shakespeare for The Raven (New)
39. Jesse Baget and Stefania Moscato for Mississippi Wild (previous rank 17)
40. Mark Mann for Generation Um… (New)
41. Will Aldis for Keep Coming Back (New)
42. Sacha Baron Cohen, Alec Berg, David Mandel and Jeff Schaffer for The Dictator (New)
43. Daniel Barnz for Still I Rise (New)
44. Aaron Guzikowski for Prisoners (New)
45. Todd Graff for Joyful Noise (New)
46. Daniel Espinosa for Safe House (New)
47. Abby Kohn, Mark Silverstein and Michael Sucsy for The Vow (New)
48. Peter Morgan for 360 (New)
49. Evan Daugherty for Snow White And The Huntsman (New)
50. David Koepp and John Kamps for Premium Rush (New)

As always, check the Tracker Pages in the upper right hand corner of this blog for the most updated predictions in all categories!
See Original Screenplay predictions for other years HERE.
Or check out the Adapted Screenplay predictions.
See predictions for other categories at the 85th Oscars HERE.
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