• The Wolf Of Wall Street
• Inside Llewyn Davis
With Gravity, 12 Years A Slave and American Hustle being this years front runners to land the Best Picture prize, Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street could well be the dark horse. Now that the Academy have seemingly made their peace with the auteur, they may see fit to award him his first ever Best Picture gong. Although, it isn't his best work, it's still a strong film.
Nebraska, Inside Llewyn Davis and Her are all underdog's for winning Best Picture. I can't see the Academy not awarding these three films nominations, but that is probably as far as it will go. Let's not forget, a nomination goes a long way in Hollywood.