2. Up in the Air (39.78)
3. Inglorious Bastards (23.36)
4. Precious (21.58)
5. Avatar (18.74)
6. District 9 (10.56)
7. Star Trek (5.02)
8. An Education (4.57)
9. Invictus (4.20)
10. Nine (3.46)
11. Julie & Julia (3.31)
12. A Serious Man (3.24)
13. Up (3.02)
I don't feel safe about these predictions at all! There is a certain rule within the Formula that states:
If a film is nominated for both the WGA and the PGA, then the producers receive 1 point, and the directors 2 points.
But that is a rule from a time when the Producers Guild had five, not ten nominations. If the PGA would have only five nominees, would Precious have been among them? Or Star Trek? Or District 9?
It's also a rule from a time when all the important screenplay contenders were eligible for the Writers Guild. If District 9, An Education, Fantastic Mr. Fox and In the Loop were eligible, would Precious have been a WGA nominee? Or Star Trek?
So I have no idea how accurate these predictions are anymore... Aaaarrgh! (might join a self-help support group soon!)
Nine Note: Since Nine failed to get a Writers Guild Nomination, it's points got divided by 2.5 again. Only if the film wins a Golden Globe, it will jump back again in the top 10. (see The Formula's Most Important Rule).
Next up: The winners from the Broadcast Film Critics (1/15) and the Golden Globes (1/17). Next update 1/18. The end is near!