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CampChuck 90th Academy Awards Predictions as of Feb. 26
Underlined in the list to the left equal CampChuck predictions. See links to prediction and other pieces below.
Director’s Guild winner Guillermo del Toro and his “The Shape of Water” will win the Best Director and Picture Oscars. More fully realizing its more imaginative and challenging vision, it will outstrip major contender, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” “Three Billboards” will grab Best Actress for Frances McDormand and Best Supporting Actor for Sam Rockwell. Academy voters will enjoy giving Allison Janney Best Supporting Actress for her offbeat, grating qualities in “I, Tonya.” There’s only one sure bet this year: Gary Oldman, playing Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour.” He booms Best Actor Oscar.
See page 9.The CampChuck Reviewer web version is different from the paper version. The contents are almost exactly the same. Indeed the content length is dictated by the 8 page paper format.
In the paper version there is a perennial tradition to include a wholly implausible banner headline that cross references a non-existent page 9 of the 8 page Oscar newsletter (or page 5 when it's 4 pages). Historically the headline frequently refers to Meryl Streep. On the Web, this would be construed as a broken link and both the joke and Webmaster's credibility would be lost. So, in the Web version, I simply declare the joke, for instance, "Meryl Advises Hillary, Elizabeth, and Bernie," Ha, ha.