Showbusiness Oscars / Film Awards By Joe Crilly

One Way Traffic For La Land Ahead Of Oscars

One Way Traffic For La Land Ahead Of Oscars

 

The countdown has begun for the Oscars and La La Land looks set to win big. Bookies, William Hill make Emma Stone and Damien Chazelle 1/6 and 1/20 respectively to win Best Actress and Best Director. It is also 1/9 to win the Best Picture award.

 

Hills are also betting on how many of the “Big Four” (Film, Actor, Actress and Director) the movie picks up and it is 2/5 to win three and 10/1 to win four. It can also be backed at 7/2 to match or break the record of 11 Oscars.

 

La La Land was put into our betting for Best Picture at 9/2 on September 1st with the hype just beginning and since then, we have seen one way traffic with well over two thirds of all bets placed on it,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

 

Best Picture: 1/9 La La Land; 7/1 Moonlight; 12/1 Hidden Figures; 20/1 Manchester By The Sea; 66/1 Lion; 80/1 Fences; 80/1 Hacksaw Ridge; 100/1 Arrival; 100/1 Hell Or High Water

 

Best Actor: 4/7 Casey Affleck; 11/8 Denzel Washington; 14/1 Ryan Gosling; 40/1 Andrew Garfield; 100/1 Viggo Mortensen

 

Best Actress: 1/6 Emma Stone; 5/1 Natalie Portman; 10/1 Isabelle Huppert; 40/1 Ruth Negga; 50/1 Meryl Streep

 

Best Supporting Actor: 1/7 Mahershala Ali; 7/1 Dev Patel; 16/1 Jeff Bridges; 20/1 Lucas Hedges; 20/1 Michael Shannon

 

Best Supporting Actress: 1/50 Viola Davis; 14/1 Michelle Williams; 20/1 Naomie Harris; 40/1 Nicole Kidman; 80/1 Octavia Spencer

 

Best Director: 1/20 Damien Chazelle; 10/1 Barry Jenkins; 14/1 Kenneth Lonergan; 40/1 Mel Gibson; 66/1 Denis Villeneuve

 

Best animated feature: 1/6 Zootopia; 7/2 Kubo and the Two Strings; 20/1 Moana; 40/1 The Red Turtle; 50/1 My Life As A Zucchini

 

Best foreign language film: 8/11 Tony Erdmann; 6/5 The Salesman; 8/1 A Man Called Ove; 40/1 Land Of Mine; 50/1 Tanna

 

Best documentary film: 1/7 OJ: Made In America; 4/1 13th; 16/1 I Am Not Your Negro; 33/1 Fire At Sea; 40/1 Life, Animated

 

Best documentary short: 4/7 Extremis; 10/3 Joe’s Violin; 7/2 The White Helmets; 16/1 Watani: My Homeland; 25/1 4.1 Miles

 

Best Cinematography: 1/7 La La Land; 9/1 Lion; 12/1 Arrival; 16/1 Moonlight; 25/1 Silence

 

Best film editing: 1/7 La La Land; 9/2 Hacksaw Ridge; 16/1 Arrival; 20/1 Moonlight; 50/1 Hell or High Water

 

Best live action short: 8/11 Ennemis inteieurs; 9/4 Timecode; 9/2 Sing; 16/1 Silent Night; 20/1 La Femme et le TGV

 

Best original score: 1/8 La La Land; 8/1 Moonlight; 10/1 Jackie; 14/1 Lion; 50/1 Passengers

 

Best costume design: 8/13 La La Land; 5/4 Jackie; 16/1 Florence Foster Jenkins; 33/1 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them; 50/1 Allied

 

Best Makeup and Hairstyling: 1/3 Star Trek Beyond; 4/1 Suicide Squad; 11/2 A Man Called Ove

 

Best sound editing: 8/15 Hacksaw Ridge; 5/2 La La Land; 7/2 Arrival; 33/1 Deepwater Horizon; 50/1 Sully

 

Best sound mixing: 1/7 La La Land; 7/1 Arrival; 7/1 Hacksaw Ridge; 33/1 Rogue One; 50/1 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

 

Best Production design: 1/16 La La Land; 8/1 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them; 12/1 Arrival; 16/1 Hail, Caesar; 50/1 Passengers

 

La La Land specials:

 

How many of the big four Oscars will La La Land win: 100/1 none; 8/1 one; 3/1 two; 2/5 three; 10/1 four

*Best Picture, Best Actor; Best Actress and Best Director

 

La La Land to match or beat the record 11 Oscars: 7/2 yes; 1/6 no