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Why 'Gravity' Might Win A Lot Of Oscars, But Not Best Picture

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The Academy Awards don't happen for another month, but the major players are all but set in stone. Over the last two weeks, the Screen Actors Guild, Producers Guild and Directors Guild have honored 2013's best films, putting "Gravity" (PGA, DGA), "12 Years A Slave" (PGA) and "American Hustle" (SAG) at the top of the Oscar pile. (Not that anyone needed the guilds to confirm what everyone already assumed anyway.) Which of those three films will follow in the footsteps of "Argo" as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences next Best Picture winner? HuffPost Live host Ricky Camilleri, HuffPost Entertainment senior editor Christopher Rosen, Deadline.com awards columnist Pete Hammond and Thompson on Hollywood editor Anne Thompson discuss that very question in the video above. Watch the full segment by heading here.

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