Your countdown to next year's Oscars begins here.
With awards season in full swing, we're bringing you the must-see films battling it out for the 2019 Academy Awards, breaking it down into the essential categories. Scroll down to find out more, and stay tuned to this blog post between now, the announcement of the nominations and the all-important date of the ceremony itself on Sunday 24th February...
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It's the most coveted prize of the glitziest night in the Hollywood calendar. Just remember that in 2017, it was Moonlight that walked away with top billing and not, as originally stated, La La Land...
Will it be Bradley Cooper for A Star is Born, Ryan Gosling for First Man or a complete outsider?
The Favourite's Olivia Colman battles A Star is Born's Lady Gaga for this hotly contested category.
From A Star is Born's Bradley Cooper to Widows helmer Steve McQueen and more – the celebrated filmmakers jockeying for the prize.
Has Lady Gaga got this one in the bag for A Star is Born? Or will we see a surprise upset from another dark horse contender?
Does Black Panther's Michael B. Jordan stand a chance of clinching this? Or maybe A Star is Born's Sam Elliott?
The Independent Spirit Awards are often seen as a barometer of future Oscars success – and this year's nominations are in.
Is Michelle Yeoh the clear frontrunner for Crazy Rich Asians? Or will she find competition from Nicole Kidman in Boy Erased?
Wes Anderson's stop-motion delight Isle of Dogs battles Disney-Pixar's Incredibles 2 for top honours. And there's a choice of other dark horse contenders too...
It's been a fine year for orchestral film music from our finest composers. The likes of Fantastic Beasts' James Newton Howard, Ready Player One's Alan Silvestri and First Man's Justin Hurwitz battle it out for the trophy.
The Golden Globes are often seen as a barometer of future Oscars success, and this year prestige arthouse movies like The Favourite sit alongside Marvel blockbuster Black Panther.
Check back here over the coming months for updates on more of the key categories in this year's Oscars. Don't forget to tweet us your thoughts on this year's frontrunners @Cineworld.
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