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The absolute epitome of glitz and glamor. The Academy Awards show Hollywood at its finest. From the dresses on the red carpet to the emotional acceptance speeches, this is a night like no other. And betting on the outcomes adds an extra dimension of excitement to the occasion.

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Some of the greatest movies ever made appear in the list of Best Picture winners at the Oscars. The competition to be the latest entrant on such an illustrious list is certain to be as ferocious as ever. That’s despite the film industry being hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, which closed movie theatres all over the world.

The Tragedy of Macbeth, starring Hollywood heavyweights Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington, looks to have all the ingredients of an Academy winner and Joel Cohen's black-and-white Shakespearean is already among the favorites.

When Dune premiered at the Venice Film Festival, director Denis Villeneuve received the longest standing ovation in the festival's history as the credits rolled. The sci-fi classic has been given the blockbuster bombast and should be in the Best Picture reckoning along with CODA and The Power of the Dog, Jane Campion's first film in over a decade.

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The 94th Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, as it always does, with the red carpet being rolled out on March 27. It was due to be held on February 27, but has been pushed back because of the restrictions in cinemas due to the global pandemic.

Oscars betting tips

Oscars betting online is great fun and adds to the glitz and glamor of an enthralling night. But it’s worth doing a little bit of research in the countdown to the event. While the identity of the winners is a closely guarded secret, there is always plenty of gossip flying around that may help with your Oscars predictions.

Check Oscars betting sites in the days before the event. Sometimes there is a very clear favorite in a market and it is clear that some inside knowledge has been at work.

Most markets are fairly wide given the time until the awards, but The Power of the Dog (Best Picture) and Kristen Stewart (Best Actress) are early favorites, meaning there is plenty of value to be had elsewhere.

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2021 Best Picture


Starring Frances McDormand and David Strathairn, this modern American road movie was a popular winner among film-goers. The film followed McDormand as she lived in her van and interacted with real-life nomads across America and lived up to the pre-ceremony hype.

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2021 Best Director

Chloé Zhao

Chloé Zhao made history as she became the first woman of color to win the Best Director award at the Oscars, triumphing for Nomadland. The film took home the Best Picture, Director and Actress gongs as Zhao became only the second woman ever to win the award.

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2021 Best Actor

Anthony Hopkins

With his second Best Actor award coming 29 years after the last, 83-year-old Anthony Hopkins became the oldest nominee and winner of this award when he triumphed for The Father. It was his fifth Oscar nomination since winning for The Silence of the Lambs in 1992.

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2021 Best Actress

Frances McDormand

As Nomadland cleared up, Frances McDormand won her third Best Actress gong after picking up the same award that she won for Fargo (1997) and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2018). McDormand produced the film, also.

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2021 Supporting Actor

Daniel Kaluuya

Brit Daniel Kaluuya won his first Academy Award for his portrayal of Fred Hampton, the leader of the Black Panther Party in the 1960s, in Judas and the Black Messiah. The same role earned him wins at the BAFTAs, the Critics Choice and the Golden Globes.

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2021 Best Supporting Actress

Youn Yuh-jung

South Korean actress Youn Yuh-jung became the first Korean actress to win an Academy Award in the history of the Oscars, as well as the first Asian actress to win an Academy Award since 1958 when Miyoshi Umeki won the same gong as her for Sayonara.

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