How excited are you for the 92nd Academy Awards? Hollywood's biggest night is Sunday, Feb. 9, when the 2020 Oscars will be broadcast in a glamorous ceremony full of Tinseltown's biggest A-listers. The most prestigious awards in film will be handed out that evening, and now we can reveal who HELLO! Canada readers think will take home the biggest prizes!
Earlier this week, we asked you to make your picks for Best Actor and Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress and Best Picture. With no further ado, here are your choices for the winners!
A whopping 53 per cent of readers think Joaquin Phoenix should win the Best Actor award for Joker. He's already taken home a Golden Globe Award, SAG Award and BAFTA for the performance, and if he won on Feb. 9, he would have all four major awards. Adam Driver's work in Marriage Story had the next highest amount of votes, taking 16 per cent. Leonardo DiCaprio's role in Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood saw him come in third, with 15 per cent of the vote.
Renee Zellweger garnered exactly 50 per cent of the votes for Best Actress for her performance in Judy. There was a tie for second place, with Saoirse Ronan and Scarlett Johansson's roles in Little Women and Marriage Story getting the same number of responses.
In the Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress categories, things were a little bit closer. Forty-eight per cent of you thought Brad Pitt's work in Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood should win him the award, with Tom Hanks coming in second with 24 per cent of the vote for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Anthony Hopkins's role in The Two Popes placing him third with 12 per cent.
Laura Dern was your top choice for Best Supporting Actress, picking up 33 per cent of the vote for her Marriage Story role. Florence Pugh's work in Little Women landed her second with 20 per cent, and Kathy Bates's acting in Richard Jewell placed her third with 18 per cent.
1917 came in first in the Best Picture category with 26 per cent. Little Women finished second, picking up 16 per cent of the vote. Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood rounded out the top three, with 15 per cent.