Is La La Land Set To Become The Most Successful Film In History?
La La Land is not just all the rage with critics, but also with the public, who are backing the film in just about every category. The biggest move has been for Emma Stone to win the Best Actress Oscar, and she is now 8/11 from 10/11. The film itself is 1/6 to win Best Picture and 1/9 to win Damien Chazelle Best Director.
Chazelle’s creation is just 4/1 to match or beat the record haul of eleven Oscars.
“La La Land continues to smash all expectations and I for one would not bet against it becoming the most successful film in Oscar history,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
La La Land Special:
La La Land to match or beat the record Eleven Oscars; 4/1 Yes, 1/7 No
How Many Of The Big Four Oscars Will La La Land Win: 66/1 None, 6/1 One, 5/4 Two, 11/10 Three, 10/1 Four
Best Picture: 1/6 La La Land, 9/2 Moonlight, 10/1 Manchester by the Sea, 33/1 Hidden Figures, 50/1 Hacksaw Ridge, 66/1 Fences, 80/1 Arrival, 80/1 Hell or High Water, 80/1 Lion
Best Director – 1/9 Damien Chazelle (La La Land), 8/1 Kenneth Lonergan (Manchester by the Sea), 8/1 Barry Jenkins (Moonlight), 40/1 Mel Gibson (Hacksaw Ridge), 40/1 Denis Villeneuve (Arrival)
Best Actress: 8/11 Emma Stone (La La Land), 13/8 Natalie Portman (Jackie), 5/1 Isabelle Huppert (Elle), 25/1 Ruth Negga (Loving), 40/1 Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins)
Best Actor – 2/9 Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea), 4/1 Denzel Washington (Fences), 9/1 Ryan Gosling (La La Land), 25/1 Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge), 66/1 Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic)
Best Supporting Actress – 1/14 Viola Davis (Fences), 8/1 Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea), 12/1 Naomie Harris (Moonlight), 28/1 Nicole Kidman (Lion), 66/1 Octavia Spencer (Hidden Figures)
Best Supporting Actor – 1/6 Mahershala Ali (Moonlight), 10/1 Jeff Bridges (Hell or High Water), 10/1 Michael Shannon (Nocturnal Animals), 12/1 Lucas Hedges (Manchester by the Sea), 20/1 Dev Patel (Lion)