The 2011 Golden Globe Awards get handed out this weekend, but who will get the statuettes is anybody's guess. So why not wager your own?
There seems to be no absolute runaway film this year, as a number of strong contenders have worked to jostle for the top spots.
'The King's Speech,' the World War II-set story of King George VI's efforts to find his voice, took home seven awards to lead contenders, including acting nods for stars Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter. It's up for Best Film Drama and director, too.
'The Social Network' could be a major frontrunner -- the dramatized story of the founding of Facebook stars Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield, both of whom got nominations, along with director David Fincher and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin.
Meanwhile, 'Black Swan,' is dancing near the top, as Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis, as well as director Darren Aronofsky, got nods for their ballet psychothriller.
A late entry, 'Blue Valentine' pairs a sad story with gritty performances from Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams, and could be a surprise winner.
On the TV side, '30 Rock' looks to continue its dominance, along with star Alec Baldwin, though 'Modern Family' and 'Glee' may have something to say about that. As for drama? 'Mad Men' and John Hamm have to be considered the front runners.
Here's a list of all the major categories -- make sure to register your prediction, and forward it on to your friends.
Predict: Best Motion Picture Drama
Predict: Best Motion Picture Comedy/Musical
Predict: Best Television Series Drama
Predict: Best Actor - Television Series Drama