2009 Oscars: Who Will Win?














Choose your favorites in these top categories and click on submit to cast your vote.

Click here to see a full list of nominees.


















































Best Picture


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Frost/Nixon

Milk

The Reader

Slumdog Millionaire









Director


David Fincher, ``The Curious Case of Benjamin Button''

Ron Howard, ``Frost/Nixon''

Gus Van Sant, ``Milk''

Stephen Daldry, ``The Reader''

Danny Boyle, ``Slumdog Millionaire.''








Actor


Richard Jenkins, ``The Visitor''

Frank Langella, ``Frost/Nixon''

Sean Penn, ``Milk''

Brad Pitt, ``The Curious Case of Benjamin Button''

Mickey Rourke, ``The Wrestler''











Foreign Film



``The Baader Meinhof Complex'' Germany

``The Class'' France

``Departures'' Japan

``Revanche'' Austria

``Waltz With Bashir'' Israel










Actress



Anne Hathaway, ``Rachel Getting Married''

Angelina Jolie, ``Changeling''

Melissa Leo, ``Frozen River''

Meryl Streep, ``Doubt''

Kate Winslet, ``The Reader''









Adapted Screenplay


Eric Roth and Robin Swicord, ``The Curious Case of Benjamin Button''

John Patrick Shanley, ``Doubt''

Peter Morgan, ``Frost/Nixon''

David Hare, ``The Reader''

Simon Beaufoy, ``Slumdog Millionaire''









Supporting Actor



Josh Brolin, ``Milk''

Robert Downey Jr., ``Tropic Thunder''

Philip Seymour Hoffman, ``Doubt''

Heath Ledger, ``The Dark Knight''

Michael Shannon, ``Revolutionary Road''









Original Screenplay


Courtney Hunt, ``Frozen River''

Mike Leigh, ``Happy-Go-Lucky''

Martin McDonagh, ``In Bruges''

Dustin Lance Black, ``Milk''

Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon and Pete Docter, ``WALL-E''








Supporting Actress



Amy Adams, ``Doubt''

Penelope Cruz, ``Vicky Cristina Barcelona''

Viola Davis, ``Doubt''

Taraji P. Henson, ``The Curious Case of Benjamin Button''

Marisa Tomei, ``The Wrestler''








Animated Feature Film


Bolt

Kung Fu Panda

WALL-E














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