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OSCARS 2022 PREDICTIONS:
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UPDATED: Sept 16, 2021
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Voting for Oscar nominations begins Thursday, January 27, 2022 and ends on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. Official Oscar nominations will be announced on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, with the ceremony taking place on Sunday, March 27, 2022.
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AWARDS CATEGORY HISTORY (Best Adapted Screenplay)
The Oscars, better known as Oscars, is Hollywood’s most prestigious artistic award in the film industry. The most awarded films in Oscar history are “Ben-Hur”, “Titanic” and “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” with 11 statuettes. The most nominated films in Academy history are “All About Eve”, “Titanic” and “La La Land” at age 14. “La La Land” is the only film of the three to lose Best Picture. The biggest Oscar “losers”, that is, the most nominated and walked away with zero awards, are “The Turning Point” of 1977 and “The Color Purple” of 1985 at 11 each. Only nine screenwriters have won the award for Best Adapted Screenplay twice: Robert Bolt, Francis Ford Coppola, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Alexander Payne, Mario Puzo, Michael Wilson, Alvin Sargent and George Seaton. Billy Wilder had the most nominations with seven, followed closely by John Huston with six. James Ivory is the oldest nominee and winner of all time for “Call Me by Your Name” at 89 while Joseph L. Mankiewicz is the youngest nominee for “Skippy” at 22, Charlie Wachtel being the youngest winner at 32 for “BlacKkKlansman”. The most recent winner is Florian Zeller for “The Father”.
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About the Oscars
The Oscars, better known as the Oscars, is Hollywood’s most prestigious artistic award in the film industry. Since 1927, the nominees and laureates have been selected by members of the Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). 17 branches are represented among nearly 10,000 members. The branches are Actors, Partners, Casting Directors, Cinematographers, Costume Designers, Directors, Documentaries, Executives, Film Editors, Makeup Artists and Hairdressers, Marketing and Relations audiences, members in general, members in general (artist representatives), music, producers, production design, short and animated feature films, sound, visual effects and writers.
- The date of the 94th Oscars will be on Sunday March 27, 2022