Who will win -- and who should win -- at the 2021 Oscars

Joshua Axelrod, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on

Published in Entertainment News

Baseball season may be in full swing now, but getting mad about awards shows is the real national pastime for cinephiles.

After a year of uncertainty surrounding the present and future of movies, it's finally time for the 2021 Academy Awards, broadcast live this year from both Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre and Union Station.

Here's the full list of 2021 Oscar nominees. And here's who you can expect to win — and, more importantly, who should win — at Sunday's Oscars.


Best Picture

Who will win: "Nomadland"


Who should win: "Nomadland"

This may have been a different conversation if "One Night in Miami" and "Ma Rainey" had been nominated for best picture. But as it stands, "Nomadland" has the aura of an Oscars sweetheart that will take home the most coveted prize in cinema at Sunday's Oscars.


Actress in a leading role


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