Who Won Best Picture 2018 At The Oscars? And The Academy Award Winner Is...
Who Won Best Picture 2018 At The Oscars? The Academy Award Winner For Best Picture Is...
Who won Best Picture is always one of the more highly anticipated awards at the Academy Awards. And it's no different for the 2018 Oscars. Several films, including Get Out, The Shape of Water, Call Me by Your Name, Dunkirk, Lady Bird, Phantom Thread,* The Post, *Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and **Darkest Hour, have been in the headlines to win Best Picture. So, who won Best Picture 2018 at the Oscars? Who won the Academy Award of Merit for Best Picture this year? We're just going to have to wait and see what happens at the Academy Awards tonight. So, stay tuned with us! We'll update this article as soon as we can! So, even if you didn't watch the Oscars, you'll be able to talk to your friends about what happened at the awards! Until then, keep reading and watching out for tonight's Oscars, including spoilers and predictions of who wins Best Picture at the 2018 Oscars! We've got it all!
Who Won Best Picture 2018 Oscars? The Academy Award Winner Is...
Can't wait to find out who won Best Picture at the 2018 Oscars? We definitely don't blame you. But, it looks like you're out of luck for now. You're simply going to have to wait until the winner for Best Picture is announced during tonight's Academy Awards. So, make sure you catch the Oscars at 8|7c on ABC on Sunday, March 4th. Or stay tuned with us! We'll update this post as soon as the winner for Best Picture is announced! So, get ready.
Update: Congrats to The Shape of Water for winning Best Picture!
Who Is Nominated For Best Picture At The 2018 Oscars?
Dying to see who is in the running for Best Picture? Here's the list below, and feel free to check out the trailers for each film. Want the full list of nominations? Check it out here
Best Picture 2018 Nominations:
"Call Me By Your Name"
"The Shape of Water"
"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri"
Who Will Present Best Picture At The Oscars 2018?
With all the hype around the 2018 Oscars this year, we're left wondering who will present Best Picture at the Oscars. So, we will know when the time has finally come. Well, it looks like Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway will present Best Picture again. For those of you who don't remember, they were the same announcers who infamously announced d La La Land as the winner for Best Picture instead of Moonlight at the 2017 Oscars.
Oscars 2017 Best Picture Mistake: Whose Fault Was It?
If you watch the video from the Best Picture mistake last time, Beatty and Dunaway clearly look confused by the card that supposedly held the Best Picture Oscar 2017 winner. In the end, the mistake was attributed to PricewaterhouseCoopers for giving the presenters for Best Picture the wrong envelope. Whoops! Hopefully the same doesn't happen this year!
Oscars 2018 Best Picture Predictions
According to our 2018 Oscars horoscope, which totally and accurately tells us who will win Best Picture at the 2018 Oscars, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri should win because Billboards was written and directed by Aries Martin McDonagh and stars Cancer Francis McDormand.
Wondering why? Check out our Oscar 2018 prediction horoscope for details on Best Picture and every other Oscar nomination!
Best Picture 2018: Call Me By Your Name Trailer
Best Picture 2018: Darkest Hour Trailer
Best Picture 2018: Dunkirk Trailer
Best Picture 2018: Get Out Trailer
Best Picture 2018: Lady Bird Trailer
Best Picture 2018: Phantom Thread Trailer
Best Picture 2018: The Post Trailer
Best Picture 2018: The Shape of Water Trailer
Best Picture 2018: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Trailer
Who do you think will win Best Picture 2018?? Cast your votes in the comments below!
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