2023 Oscars Best Picture Predictions

The Oscars are one of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry, and each year, there is a lot of speculation surrounding who will take home the coveted Best Picture award. With the Oscars 2023 just around the corner, there are already a number of films generating buzz and being touted as potential winners. Lets see the 2023 oscars predictions in this article.

So, any Guesses?

It’s always risky to make predictions, but the odds are in favor of “Everything Everywhere All at Once” taking home the Best Picture Oscar at the 95th Academy Awards. After all, the film recently became the first to win the top prize at the Directors Guild of America, Producers Guild of America, and Screen Actors Guild Awards – a feat that has only been accomplished once before by 1995’s “Apollo 13”. On top of that, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” set a record for most film wins at the SAG Awards with four! So, unless something unexpected happens, it looks like the Best Picture Oscar is already in the bag.

Despite earning over $107 million globally and leading the Best Picture nominations with 11 nods, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” did not win every award it was up for. Its BAFTA performance was lackluster, with only one win for Editing, suggesting a lack of international support. Additionally, the film’s raucous action-comedy style may leave older Academy members confused, as it appears to have more appeal to a younger audience. Despite these factors, the film has garnered widespread support from various sources, which could make it the winner due to the preferential ballot.

Oops, Tough Competition!

Martin McDonagh’s “The Banshees of Inisherin” was considered a frontrunner at the BAFTAs, but ultimately lost to Edward Berger’s “All Quiet on the Western Front” in both Best Film and Director categories, which came as a surprise. Nonetheless, the film is still poised to do well in multiple technical categories and has received nine Oscar nominations, including Best International Feature Film. Additionally, the film’s reception has exceeded that of “Triangle of Sadness,” another European entry. The winner of the highly sought-after Best Picture award remains to be seen.

While many love “Banshees,” some may find its mythological Irish references and gore difficult to understand. Despite this, we expect it to win the Best Original Screenplay award. Sarah Polley’s adaptation of “Women Talking” is also a strong contender in the Screenplay category. Steven Spielberg’s personal film “The Fabelmans” may only win Best Director due to competition from movies like “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and “The Banshees of Inisherin” that feature chaos and violence. Todd Field’s “TAR” is highly respected, but some moviegoers are unimpressed with Cate Blanchett’s portrayal of a European orchestra conductor. Blanchett, who won the BAFTA, may be the only win for Field’s film unless Michelle Yeoh, her SAG-winning rival, wins the award.

And let’s not forget:

The film industry is abuzz with the sequels, “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Avatar: The Way of Water”. Additionally, Baz Luhrmann’s hit movie “Elvis” might win multiple major awards, having earned an impressive $280 million in global box office revenue. It promises to be a thrilling night filled with cinematic wonders.


As we near the Oscars 2023, the competition for the Best Picture award is heating up. With so many great films in contention, it’s anyone’s guess as to which movie will come out on top. As always, the Academy’s choice for Best Picture will undoubtedly spark debate and controversy, but ultimately, it will be a celebration of the best that cinema has to offer. We can’t wait to see which film takes home the top prize!

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