Casey Affleck has virtually swept the awards season and the only thing that could make it sweeter for the youngest Affleck would be an Academy Award. The Manchester by the Sea star excelled at playing Lee Chandler, an introverted janitor who has walled himself off from happiness due to his own guilt-ridden conscience.
Affleck’s performance was subtle and reflected the inner battles one can deal with while attempting to surpass one’s limitations.
The official nominations for the 89th Academy Awards have been revealed and (to the shock to absolutely nobody) La La Land has been cemented as the film to beat in plenty of categories. This particularly goes for the Best Picture Oscar, as La La Land has been pegged as a massive -700 favorite to win the statue.
Hollywood gathers to celebrate all things cinema for the 89th Academy Awards on February 26. La La Land looks to have a big night, as the film was nominated for a record-tying 14 Oscars (the others being Titanic and All About Eve). After sweeping the bulk of award season, La La Land is favored to win nearly every category it is nominated for, according to oddsmakers.
Beginning in November and concluding in February with the Oscars, “awards season” is a popular time of year for movie lovers.
Like the Super Bowl before it, many like to make an event of the Academy Awards by hosting or attending parties. With that in mind, we at OddsShark are looking out for the movie buffs out there and encourage you to make your Oscars viewing more competitive with our Oscars party game.
Before we can gather to admire the top filmmaking of the past year, we get the 37th annual Razzie Awards. The show, which takes place the night before the Oscars, “awards” the worst movies and performances of the previous year of cinema.
This year’s Razzies biggest faceoff comes between Zoolander 2, the sequel absolutely nobody wanted, and Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, DC’s feeble attempt to compete with Marvel on the big screen. Zoolander 2 gets the nod for the most nominations with the Ben Stiller vehicle landing nine while BvS comes in with eight.
Smackdown Live will be airing its last PPV before WrestleMania this Sunday, as the ring gets set up at Talking Stick Resort Arena for the Elimination Chamber. The chamber match itself is always an interesting spectacle and the rest of the card is filled with some intriguing matches but is largely small-time feuds to fill time before ’Mania.
Though it will likely be an exciting event filled with some solid in-ring action, is there value for bettors?
O Super Bowl 51 é nesse fim de semana! Não se fala em outra coisa. Quem leva a melhor: New England Patriots ou Atlanta Falcons? Quem vai fazer o primeiro touchdown? Qual quarterback conseguirá mais jardas? Como será marcada a primeira pontuação do jogo? São tantas perguntas importantes, e prever a resposta pode render um bom lucro.
History is important to the WWE. When a record is set, you will be sure to hear the broadcast team treat it with the utmost importance and gravitas. Maybe the mecca for statistical records in the WWE is the Royal Rumble, specifically the number of eliminations a superstar has in the match.
With less than 12 hours until the road to Wrestlemania begins in earnest, Randy Orton has found himself as an enormous favorite to win the 2017 Royal Rumble. Orton has been floating near the top of the odds since open, but within five days of the rumble has seen his odds drop from +350 to -1000.
Riding the wave of reality stars joining the political ranks, Kevin O’Leary, of Shark Tank and Dragons’ Den fame, has just thrown his hat in the race to become the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
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