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This Sunday, the Academy Awards will be given out to the best of the film industry.  

While the awards are chosen by the mysterious Academy members, today we’re making our predictions of which nominees will win based on what Tumblr users talked about the most. We pulled data from March 2016 (when nominee Zootopia was released) through February 2017 and analyzed original posts, reblogs, searches and likes to calculate a film’s overall Fandometrics Score and what would win an Oscar if the Tumblr community got to do the voting.

Overall, Zootopia dominated movie fandoms on Tumblr during this time period. It had 165% more engagements than the next-biggest animated film nominee, Moana. Engagement around Zootopia also blew live-action films out of the water, with a whopping 1298% more engagements than La La Land, the most-engaged live action film nominee.

Best Supporting Actor

5. Lucas Hedges, Manchester by the Sea | 0.00% of the engagements
4. Jeff Bridges, Hell or High Water | 6.14%
3. Michael Shannon, Nocturnal Animals | 12.49%
2. Mahershala Ali, Moonlight | 24.33%
1. Dev Patel, Lion | 57.04%

Originally posted by ageofultron

Best Supporting Actress

5. Naomie Harris, Moonlight | 5.63% of the engagements
4. Michelle Williams, Manchester by the Sea | 5.68%
3. Nicole Kidman, Lion | 9.65%
2. Octavia Spencer, Hidden Figures | 29.42%
1. Viola Davis, Fences | 49.62%

Originally posted by unemployedbuthappy

Best Leading Actor

5. Viggo Mortenson, Captain Fantastic | 5.22% of the engagements
4. Denzel Washington, Fences | 6.15%
3. Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea | 6.85%
2. Andrew Garfield, Hacksaw Ridge | 34.21%
1. Ryan Gosling, La La Land | 47.56%

Originally posted by wheres--my--mind

Best Leading Actress

5. Isabelle Huppert, Elle | 1.93% of the engagements
4. Ruth Negga, Loving | 10.10%
3. Meryl Streep, Florence Foster Jenkins | 21.59%
2. Natalie Portman, Jackie | 24.09%
1. Emma Stone, La La Land | 42.28%

Originally posted by suicide-girl-broken-alone

Best Animated Feature Film

5. My Life as a Zucchini | 0.00% of the engagements
4. The Red Turtle | 0.00%
3. Kubo and the Two Strings | 1.70%
2. Moana | 26.66%
1. Zootopia | 71.65%

Originally posted by mynamestartswithaletter

Best Picture

9. Hell or High Water | 0.87% of the engagements
8. Manchester by the Sea | 1.09%
7. Hacksaw Ridge | 1.16%
6. Fences | 2.92%
5. Arrival | 4.90%
4. Moonlight | 16.92%
3. Lion | 21.09%
2. Hidden Figures | 21.99%
1. La La Land | 29.07%

Originally posted by cpine

For more Oscars action, head on over to the Academy’s official Tumblr (@theacademy) and be sure to follow along on the #oscars tag.


“5 movies that define me (part 4)”

1. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) dir. John Hughes

2. The Breakfast Club (1985) dir. John Hughes

3. Easy A (2010) dir. Will Gluck

4. Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003) dir. Quentin Tarantino

5. The Roommate (2011) dir. Christian E. Christiansen

“And then the solution came to him. It was so simple, and so obvious, that he couldn’t believe it had taken so long.”

Literally a summary of Harry

I wrote this book called I Am Bigger Than My Anxiety that I still have: I drew a little green monster on my shoulder that speaks to me in my ear and tells me all these things that aren’t true. And every time I listen to it, it grows bigger. If I listen to it enough, it crushes me. But if I turn my head and keep doing what I’m doing – let it speak to me, but don’t give it the credit it needs – then it shrinks down and fades away.

  • racist people when a white character gets switched to a minority: why are they forcing diversity :\ :\ why does everything have to be 'diverse' these days??
  • racist people when a minority character gets switched to white: why are SJWs bitching about this :\ :\ why can't they accept that moviemakers are casting based on talent??
  • racist people when a canonically minority character is played by a minority: tbh i never pictured them that way :\ :\ where does it say in the book that they look like this??