Oscar Buzz 2013: Jennifer Lawrence & Anne Hathaway Lead the Pack [PHOTOS]

  on February 20 2013 1:23 PM

The Oscar Buzz continues and today marks the last day of voting. With a lot of big names on the nominee list, who among Hollywood's best and brightest are in the lead? According to the latest talk, Jennifer Lawrence along with Anne Hathaway is leading the pack. Who else is winning?

The 85th Oscar Academy Awards is set for Sunday and everyone is on high. Voting is said to end at 5 p.m. today which means it is only a matter of time to see everyone else's bet make it to the top. So who is leading the votes?

News has it that Oscar nominated actress for Best Actress, Jennifer Lawrence is in the lead. However, "Amour" star, Emmannuelle Riva is following close behind. Still, a lot of actors in the business betting on Lawrence's big win.

"Yes she's got a very good chance hasn't she," adding: "I thought she was wonderful [in Silver Linings Playbook]," stated Jim Broadbent, former Academy Award winner.

As for Best Actor, Denzel Washington of "Flight" is in the lead while Daniel Day-Lewis of "Lincoln" follows right behind.

Ben Affleck's film, "Argo" is currently on the top to win Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay. However, "Argo" has a strong opponent in "Lincoln" for the Best Adapted Screenplay award. Quentin Tarantino's film, "Django Unchained" remains to be a fan favourite for Best Original Screenplay.

Steven Spielberg remains to be in the lead for Best Director all thanks to "Lincoln." Apart from that, "Lincoln's'" Tommy Lee Jones is up for the award for Best Supporting Actor. Yet, Christoph Waltz of "Django Unchained" is following close for the award.

Anne Hathaway is leading the pack for the Best Supporting Actress award for "Les Miserables." If all goes well with the voting, Anne Hathaway is sure to win the golden statue come Sunday.  

Only three days more before Hollywood's best and brightest hit the stage. For now, all fans can do in hopes of their bets winning is to keep voting until 5 p.m. today. Chances are those in the lead today do win the iconic golden statue by Sunday. Keep those fingers crossed.

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