The 94th Academy Awards are this weekend, which means it's time to make your bets now. While a lot of the movies I love this year weren't nominated (PigRed RocketThe Last DuelThe Matrix Resurrections) and the ones that were nominated probably don't have much of a shot of winning (Drive My Car), there's still a strong list of contenders vying for Oscar gold this weekend.

But, only one of them can win! And this awards season has been thrown into chaos, with no clear frontrunner in the Best Picture race. But here's how I think it's going to go down, in every single category at the Oscars this year (except for the incredibly dumb, new "Oscars Fan Favorite" award, which isn't a real award and shouldn't exist).

Mike's Oscar Predictions for the 94th Academy Awards

Best Picture: The Power of the Dog

Best Director: Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog

Best Actor: Will Smith, King Richard

Best Actress: Kristen Stewart, Spencer

Best Supporting Actor: Troy Kotsur, CODA

Best Supporting Actress: Ariana DeBose, West Side Story

Best Original Screenplay: Don't Look Up

Best Adapted Screenplay: CODA

Best Animated Feature Film: Encanto

Best International Feature Film: Drive My Car

Best Documentary Feature: Flee

Best Documentary Short Subject: Three Songs for Benazir

Best Live-Action Short Film: The Long Goodbye

Best Animated Short Film: Robin Robin

Best Original Score: Dune

Best Original Song: "Dos Oruguitas" from Encanto

Best Sound: Dune

Best Production Design: Nightmare Alley

Best Cinematography: The Power of the Dog

Best Makeup and Hairstyling: The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Best Costume Design: Cruella

Best Film Editing: Don't Look Up

Best Visual Effects: Dune

Agree with these picks? Think something else will win the major categories?

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