2012 Academy Award Oscar Predictions

Who will win at the 2012 Academy Awards on Sunday?

Using time-projected empathy, I have peered into the future to bring you the main winners of the 2012 Academy Awards! Will I be 100% accurate like last year? We’ll have to see!

Here are my personal predictions…

“…and the Oscar goes to…”

Best Actor: I predict that the best actor this year will be Jean Dujardin.

Best Actress: I fearlessly predict thatΒ Viola Davis will win best actress.

Best Supporting Actor: I predict that Christopher Plummer will win as best supporting actor.

Best Supporting Actress:Β  Octavia Spencer will go home with a coveted Oscar.

Best Picture: I fearlessly predict that The ARTIST will win best picture!

Comments? Your predictions? Go ahead, scroll down and comment below!

Blair Robertson

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41 thoughts on “2012 Academy Award Oscar Predictions

  1. I sure hope Christopher Plummer wins–the best supporting actor–he is one of the greatest actors ever! I can’t wait to see how things stack up, Blair!

  2. Drum role please……………..stay tuned, will Blair’s predictions be bang on???? Under a week to go and the Award winners will be announced!!
    I predict Blair will correctly get 4/5!

  3. I agree with Brenda. Christopher Plummer was absolutely brilliant in that movie. I believe it is his best role ever. I also would have liked to see
    Glenn Close win because her role in ALbert Nobbs was extraordinary.

  4. I really hope your right about Octavia spencer! She was really amazing in “the help”. She without a doubt deserves the oscar!

    Thanks again for sharing! πŸ™‚

  5. Thanks, Blair; this is very interesting… I thought that George C. and Merle S. would win the best actors, but you must have foreseen it clearly.

  6. I’m way behind….I’m going to have to look to see who these people are and what movies that are in. Thanks Blair πŸ™‚

  7. The last good movie I saw was War Horse! My husband and I took my Mom, who was born in 1914,to see it with us. We all fell in love with ‘Joey’, the beautiful countryside and enjoyed the realistic depiction of the battle conditions of that time frame. It is Steven Spielberg at his best!

  8. I hate to say it but I don’t even know who a couple of those actors are, living and working a farm we dont get out much and see movies and we dont have alot of TV time left a the end of the day so we watch about an hours worth of “Dead files” or “paranormal state” or my favorite “Ancient Aliens”. I’m thinking that I may know who the actors are that you predicted would win the Oscars if I google a picture of them :).

    Quick question Blair: What are your thoughts or predictions on Aliens both Ancient and current?

  9. That’s for ur predictions! I hope! They have always been fun to read! Since I will not be watching the award shows I will have to find out after they al win but hopefully I’ll know before they win that they won now πŸ™‚

  10. what a shame that you waste your talent on predictiing this type of stuff.
    people – go to Vine predictions 2012 she is an amazing person not seeking celebrity status, and she does not require constant feedback or praise to feed her ego – check it out for yourself Blair, you’ll be impressed.

  11. Have not seen any of them – but hope that somewhere Christopher Plummer gets the recognition he deserves – from the time he affected my heart when he was Von Tropp in The Sound of Music I was ‘in love’ – lol – he is a brilliant actor and an amazingly magnetic human being – good luck to them all

  12. Close – Viola barely lost. Nice work!

    5:44pm PST — Cinematography: Robert Richardson, “Hugo”
    5:45pm PST — Art Direction: Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo Schiavo, “Hugo”
    5:55pm PST — Costume Design: Mark Bridges, “The Artist”
    5:57pm PST — Makeup: Mark Coulier and J. Roy Helland, “The Iron Lady”
    6:06pm PST — Foreign Language Film: “A Separation”
    6:13pm PST — Best Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer, “The Help”
    6:22pm PST — Film Editing: Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”
    6:26pm PST — Sound Editing: Philip Stockton and Eugene Gearty, “Hugo”
    6: 28pm PST — Sound Mixing: Tom Fleischman and John Midgley, “Hugo”
    6:42pm PST — Documentary Feature: “Undefeated”
    6:46pm PST — Animated Feature: “Rango”
    6:54pm PST — Visual Effects: Rob Legato, Joss Williams, Ben Grossman and Alex Henning, “Hugo”
    7:00pm PST — Best Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer, “Beginners”
    7:13pm PST — Original Score: Ludovic Bource, “The Artist”
    7:18pm PST — Original Song: Bret McKenzie, “Man or Muppet” from “The Muppets”
    7:26pm PST — Adapted Screenplay: Alexander Payne and Nat Faxon & Jim Rash, “The Descendants”
    7:30pm PST — Original Screenplay: Woody Allen, “Midnight in Paris”
    7:40pm PST — Live Action Short: “The Shore”
    7:42pm PST — Documentary Short: “Saving Face”
    7:45pm PST — Animated Short: “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore”
    7:52pm PST — Best Director: Michel Hazanavicius, “The Artist”
    8:15pm PST — Best Actor: Jean Dujardin, “The Artist”
    8:30pm PST — Best Actress: Meryl Streep, “The Iron Lady”
    8:36pm PST — Best Picture: “The Artist”

    • Wow. Thanks for posting that. Not sure how Streep “barely” lost… I thought the votes were private… but she deserved it all the way… just wish she hadn’t screwed up my winning streak! πŸ™‚


  13. You were great–I was hoping for Viola but know Meryl was due. I haven’t seen any of the films except The Help. Waiting for them to come out on netflix.