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Bill Paxton’s Death Brings Sadness to Oscar Awards
Millions of people will be tuning in tonight at 8:30 PM ET on ABC see overpaid crybaby’s make fools of themselves with asinine speeches and giving political opinions no one carews about. The world’s biggest movie stars have to say about the current state of affairs and can’t keep their overinflated eogo’s in check. All anyone cares about is who takes home the hardware at the 89th Academy Awards. It’s widely assumed that La La Land will win the Oscar for Best Picture. The Emma Stone-Ryan Gosling musical is a –700 chalk to win.
Beloved actor Bill Paton’s death from complications with surgery will bring a somber mood to The Oscar Awads show tonight. Paxton was 61 years old and currently starring in the CBS Drama “Training Day”. Based off the Denzel Washington Film.
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There’s a chance that Moonlight (+550) will sneak away with Best Picture. If not, the critically-acclaimed film is a near-lock at –700 to win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. One of the movie’s top stars, Mahershala Ali, is also a heavy –700 favorite to win Best Supporting Actor.
The race for Best Actor is much closer. It’s a two-way battle between Manchester by the Sea leading man Casey Affleck (–160) and Fences actor/director Denzel Washington (EVEN). Affleck won the Critics’ Choice and BAFTA awards in the same category, while Washington was the choice of the Screen Actors Guild. Emma Stone is a –700 favorite to win the Best Actress Oscar for her work in La La Land, well ahead of Jackie star Natalie Portman at +500.
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