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sabato 27 febbraio 2016

Oscar 2016, Di Caprio favorite for "The Revenant"

After five nominations, is the right time for Leonardo DiCaprio, favorite in the Oscar race for Best Actor. A few days after the ceremony, the bookmakers are virtually assured of the statue, offered 1.01 on Paddy Power's board.
There are now very few chances of victory for the other actors nominated: Eddie Redmayne, nominated for "The Danish Girl" is 21,00, Michael Fassbender - star of the biopic "Steve Jobs" - is at 34.00. For the bookmaker, is also granted the Oscar for Best Actress Brie Larson - starred in "Room," in which she plays a mother who attempts the impossible to save herself and her son from her captor - it is favored to 1.04.

The OSCAR A ROCKY - Historical Oscar nomination for Sylvester Stallone, nominated for Best Supporting Actor for "Creed", that it is to assume the role of Rocky Balboa at 3 years after the first film: the statuette is worth 1, 29. Together with the emerging Brie Larson, Alicia Vikander is the revelation of the Oscars 2016. Nominated as a Supporting Role for her role as the wife of the first transsexual in "The Danish Girl", has plummeted to 1.50 in a matter of weeks.

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Inarritu TO THE DOUBLE - "The Revenant" and director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu are unmatched the quota. The Academy Award for Best Picture is worth 1.36, ahead of "The Case Spotlight", the journalistic film on the investigation that led to the discovery of centinania pedophile priests in the United States bank to 3.75. Having triumphed last year with "Birdman", Inarritu is favored to 1.10 for the Best Director: the only one that could ruin his evening could be George Miller, director of the amazing Mad Mad: Fury Road ", to 8 times the bet.

SYMBOLIC FEE FOR INSIDE OUT - "The case Spotlight" could console himself with the award for Best Original Screenplay at 1.10, while "The big bet" - which tells the true story of a group of investors who had speculated the collapse of the US housing market - it is unrivaled in the fee for the Academy Award for Best adapted Screenplay, to 1.08. "The son of Saul" by Hungary's Laszlo Nemes, set in Auschwitz, is ahead in the Oscar race for Best Foreign Film at 1.08, and "Inside Out", the revolutionary animated feature film directed by Pixar's Pete Docter and Ronnie del Carmen, is the favorite in the category Best animated feature, a symbolic fee (1,01).

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