POLL RESULTS: What if the Oscars were held tomorrow?
After posing the question of how this year’s Academy Awards may look should the prestige ceremony be held tomorrow given the wide shutdown of the Hollywood industry amidst the coronavirus pandemic, ComingSoon.net has the results of our poll and it appears that Blumhouse’s hit horror remake The Invisible Man would nearly sweep the Oscars. Check out the full list of results below!
What if the Oscars Were Held Tomorrow?
The Invisible Man (29%, 173 votes)
Onward (17%, 100 votes)
The Way Back (16%, 94 votes)
Bad Boys for Life (11%, 65 votes)
Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (10%, 60 votes)
Emma (8%, 48 votes)
Never Rarely Sometimes Always (5%, 27 votes)
The Call of the Wild (3%, 20 votes)
Spenser Confidential (1%, 7 votes)
The Photograph (1%, 5 votes)
- Leigh Whannell, The Invisible Man (59%, 324 votes)
- Cathy Yan, Birds of Prey (17%, 92 votes)
- Chris Sanders, Call of the Wild (9%, 50 votes)
- Autumn de Wilde, Emma (8%, 44 votes)
- Eliza Hittman, Never Rarely Sometimes Always (6%, 35 votes)
Ben Affleck, The Way Back (46%, 262 votes)
Jim Carrey, Sonic the Hedgehog (21%, 121 votes)
Ewan McGregor, Birds of Prey (15%, 87 votes)
Harrison Ford, Call of the Wild (14%, 80 votes)
Will Ferrell, Downhill (3%, 17 votes)
Elisabeth Moss, The Invisible Man (55%, 316 votes)
Margot Robbie, Birds of Prey (27%, 154 votes)
Betty Gilpin, The Hunt (9%, 49 votes)
Sidney Flanigan, Never Rarely Sometimes Always (7%, 38 votes)
Issa Rae, The Photograph (3%, 17 votes)
The month of January was a real mixed bag of releases, beginning with the critical and commercial flops Underwater, The Grudge, Like a Boss, Dolittle and The Turning with the occasional bright light being found in the well-received action comedy threequel Bad Boys For Life and box office smash Guy Ritchie-helmed ensemble crime thriller The Gentlemen. February marked a major turn for the year, starting with the well-received DC Extended Universe installment Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and the smash video game adaptation Sonic the Hedgehog, as well as the generally successful The Photograph, Emma. and The Invisible Man.
Once the global health concerns hit in March, however, the release calendar took a huge hit and many films were pushed out of the month, with the few films of note getting a theatrical release in the month including Pixar’s Onward, the acclaimed Ben Affleck-starring The Way Back, the Vin Diesel comic book vehicle Bloodshot and the highly controversial Blumhouse thriller The Hunt.
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