This really is turning out to be a fascinating, twisting Oscar race. The possibilities, particularly for Best Picture, keep changing. Case in point: this weekend, the Producers Guild of America handed Argo the top prize. And where the PGA goes, the Best Picture Oscar often follows.
Otherwise, it was business as usual, though we’re pleased to see Wreck-It Ralph getting more recognition and Searching For Sugar Man listed as documentary winner.
On TV, the expected winners lifted the prize, with Homeland, Game Change and Modern Family all scooping trophies.
So, despite the Best Director upset, does this all mean that Argo could snatch the Best Picture award from under the noses of Lincoln, Silver Linings Playbook and Life Of Pi? We’ll find out when the golden baldies are given out on February 24.
THE DARRYL F. ZANUCK AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES
Beasts Of The Southern Wild
Life Of Pi
Silver Linings Playbook
Zero Dark Thirty
OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF ANIMATED THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES
Rise Of The Guardians
THE DAVID L. WOLPER AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF LONG-FORM TELEVISION
The Dust Bowl
Hatfields & McCoys
OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF DOCUMENTARY THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES
Searching For Sugar Man
A People Uncounted
The Other Dream Team
THE NORMAN FELTON AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF EPISODIC TELEVISION, DRAMA
Game Of Thrones
THE DANNY THOMAS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PRODUCER OF EPISODIC TELEVISION, COMEDY
The Big Bang Theory
Curb Your Enthusiasm