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Fearless Golden Globes Film Predictions, from Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon to Jennifer Lawrence vs. Amy Schumer

Fearless Golden Globes Film Predictions, from Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon to Jennifer Lawrence vs. Amy Schumer

No matter who wins at the Golden Globes Sunday night, Hollywood will be reveling all weekend, both leading up to the star-studded live awards show hosted by an unfettered Ricky Gervais, and after, as the winners move from party to party through the Beverly Hilton to celebrate —and lick their wounds. Leonardo DiCaprio will not only celebrate his sure win for “The Revenant” at the Fox party (where comedy contender Jennifer Lawrence will be on hand), but always hangs with his peeps at the Weinstein celebration as well (partnered with Netflix this year). Universal will host comedy contender Amy Schumer, who may beat Lawrence, who has earned four Globe nominations and two wins in recent years. Warner Bros/InStyle is often the last stop of the night, as they not only offer Godiva chocolates but good dancing. And everyone in film and TV gathers by the covered Hilton pool for the HBO festivities. 

Herewith our fearless predictions (TV will be separate). Check my votes at Gold Derby to see a more detailed ordering of my predictions. 

Best Film Drama
Possible Spoiler: “Mad Max: Fury Road”
Best Film Drama Actor
Leonardo DiCaprio  (“The Revenant”)
Possible Spoiler: Michael Fassbender “Steve Jobs”)
Best Film Drama Actress
Brie Larson (“Room”)
Possible Spoiler: Saoirse Ronan (“Brooklyn”)
Best Film Comedy/Musical
“The Big Short” 
Possible Spoiler: “The Martian” 
Best Film Comedy/Musical Actor
Matt Damon (“The Martian”)
Possible Spoiler: Christian Bale (“The Big Short”) 
Best Film Comedy/Musical Actress
Jennifer Lawrence  (“Joy”)
Possible Spoiler: Amy Schumer (“Trainwreck”)
Best Film Supporting Actor
Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies”)
Possible Spoiler: Sylvester Stallone (“Creed”)
Best Film Supporting Actress
Jennifer Jason Leigh (“The Hateful Eight”)
Possible Spoiler: Alicia Vikander (“Ex Machina”)
Best Film Director
Ridley Scott  (“The Martian”)
Possible Spoiler: George Miller (“Mad Max: Fury Road”)
Best Film Screenplay
Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer (“Spotlight”)
Possible Spoiler: Adam McKay and Charles Randolph (“The Big Short”)
Best Animated Feature
“Inside Out”
Possible Spoiler: “Anomalisa” 
Best Foreign Language Film 
“Son of Saul”
Possible Spoiler: “Mustang”
Best Score
Ruichi Sakamoto (“The Revenant”)
Possible Spoiler:  Ennio Morricone (“The Hateful Eight”)
Best Song
“One Kind of Love”  (“Love and Mercy”)
Possible Spoiler: “See You Again” (Furious 7″)

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