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Here's Who You Think Will Win the Oscar

02/20/2015 12:46 pm ET | Updated Apr 22, 2015

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With time running out on this year's Oscar race, movie fans are weighing in with their predictions of who will go home happy on Hollywood's biggest night...and some of their picks might surprise you. Below are the current standings of who Culturalist's list-makers think will win, but there's still time for you to weigh in by making your own list of the Top 10 Best Oscar Nominations? now!

Meryl Streep, "Into the Woods" (Actress in a Supporting Role)
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Despite the buzz around Patricia Arquette's performance in Boyhood, Culturalist's list-makers are currently giving the edge to Meryl Streep's bewitching tour de force in Into the Woods.

J.K. Simmons, "Whiplash" (Actor in a Supporting Role)
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In what is probably the least controversial category of this year's award season, we're looking for J.K. Simmons to complete his sweep for his brilliant portrayal of a musical tyrant in Whiplash.

Julianne Moore, "Still Alice" (Actress in a Leading Role)
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Despite Rosamund Pike's breakout performance in Gone Girl and Reese Witherspoon's transformation to go Into the Wild, Julianne Moore's heartbreaking depiction of of early-onset Alzheimer's will see her taking home the statue.

Eddie Redmayne, "The Theory of Everything" (Actor in a Leading Role)
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In what might be the toughest-to-call competition of the year, Culturalist's list-makers see Eddie Redmayne's performance in The Theory of Everything knocking off Michael Keaton's career-reinventing turn in Birdman.

"The Theory of Everything" (Best Picture)
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Many professional Oscar-watchers see the Best Picture category as a two-horse race between Birdman and Boyhood, but our list-makers are predicting a major upset: The Theory of Everything takes the top prize.

Agree? Disagree? Think you can do better than the critics? Join the conversation by making your list of the Top 10 Best 2015 Oscar Nominations now!