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Here are the AP’s Oscars 2018 live  predictions for what will win and what should win
The AP picks the Academy Awards winners before the March 4, 2018 ceremony.head of Sunday’s 90th Academy Awards, Associated Press film writers Lindsey Bahr and Jake Coyle share their predictions for a ceremony that — at least at the end — should be a nail biter.

Expanded predictions by Bahr and Coyle are available here .

BEST PICTURE

The Nominees: “Call Me by Your Name,” ”Darkest Hour,” ”Dunkirk,” ”Get Out,” ”Lady Bird,” ”Phantom Thread,” ”The Post,” ”The Shape of Water,” ”Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

BAHR:

Will Win: No controversy, timely messages, a dash of fantasy and a love of movies, “The Shape of Water” seems to be the safe, if a little boring, front-runner.
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Should Win: “Lady Bird” is the movie I want to watch over and over again. It is such an effortlessly perfect slice of life film that will be around far after this awards season noise comes to an end.

COYLE:

Will Win: There are five movies with a legitimate shot to win, which makes this year more difficult than usual to call. I’m going to say Jordan Peele’s cultural sensation “Get Out” wins because it has two crucial things going for it: the all-important SAG ensemble nomination and a good shot at a recently highly predictive screenplay award. That, and it did more to re-energize genre filmmaking than anything in a decade.

Should Win: “Call Me By Your Name” stood apart for me. It’s a movie that feels like it has the windows open, and life just flows through it.

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BEST ACTOR

The Nominees: Timothee Chalamet (“Call Me by Your Name”), Daniel Day-Lewis (“Phantom Thread”), Daniel Kaluuya (“Get Out”), Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”), Denzel Washington (“Roman J. Israel, Esq.”)

BAHR:

Will Win: Gary Oldman has won most of the major awards so far and there’s no reason he wouldn’t continue the streak at the Oscars, much to the chagrin of the internet’s darling, Timothee Chalamet, who will definitely get another shot at this award down the line.
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Should Win: Gary Oldman’s full and complete transformation into Winston Churchill is something they should teach in acting (and makeup) classes forever.

COYLE:

Will Win: Oldman has this one in the bag.

Should Win: I wouldn’t begrudge Oldman his moment in the sun. But I’ll say Day-Lewis is simply the best there is. Maybe a surprise Oscar would coax him into rethinking retirement.

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BEST ACTRESS

The Nominees: Sally Hawkins (“The Shape of Water”), Frances McDormand (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), Margot Robbie (“I, Tonya”), Saoirse Ronan (“Lady Bird”), Meryl Streep (“The Post”)

BAHR:

Will Win: It’s funny how uninspired the acting categories can seem when the same people win every award. This is Frances McDormand’s year, plain and simple.

Should Win: This is an extremely tough category, but out of this batch, it was Margot Robbie who stretched herself beyond anything I might have assumed her capable of as the proud, defiant and unapologetic Tonya Harding.

COYLE:

Will Win: McDormand is a virtual lock.

Should Win: The most deserving is Ronan, who’s perpetually playing a jumble of emotions, most of them contradictory, at once.

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BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

The Nominees: Willem Dafoe (“The Florida Project”), Woody Harrelson (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), Richard Jenkins (“The Shape of Water”), Christopher Plummer (“All the Money in the World”), Sam Rockwell (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”)

BAHR:

Will Win: Sam Rockwell went big in “Three Billboards” as the racist cop who decides to (maybe) start rethinking (some of) his ways.
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Should Win: It is Willem Dafoe who gives “The Florida Project” its beating heart. He makes every moment he’s in memorable, whether he’s escorting a suspicious character off of the property of a low-rent motel on the outskirts of Orlando, or just trying to count the rent money.

COYLE:

Will Win: Rockwell is the favorite but I smell an upset. There’s not much evidence for it. I just think good sense will prevail and Dafoe will win his first Oscar.

Should Win: Would it not be great to see Jenkins win? Would anyone not cheer seeing Harrelson at the podium? But Dafoe’s low-rent motel father-figure will go down as the iconic performance of the bunch.

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BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

The Nominees: Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound”), Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”), Lesley Manville (“Phantom Thread”), Laurie Metcalf (“Lady Bird”), Octavia Spencer (“The Shape of Water”)

BAHR:

Will Win: Allison Janney, who is very excellent as the caustic, complicated mother LaVona in “I, Tonya,” and everyone has noticed.

Should Win: Lesley Manville upstaged Daniel Day-Lewis (in a good way) as the steadfast Cyril, who can be sometimes terrifying and often funny and without whom “Phantom Thread” would have come crashing to the ground.

COYLE:

Will Win: Janney, a riot in “I, Tonya,” is the favorite.

Should Win: I’d cast my non-existent vote for Metcalf, in her first film in almost a decade. Her character in “Lady Bird” is one of the finest working mothers I’ve ever seen in movies.

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BEST DIRECTOR

The Nominees: Christopher Nolan (“Dunkirk”), Jordan Peele (“Get Out”), Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”), Paul Thomas Anderson (“Phantom Thread”), Guillermo del Toro (“The Shape of Water”)

BAHR:

Will Win: Affable, undeniably talented, quick to drop an expletive and “in love with love and movies,” Guillermo del Toro is the likely pick for this year’s best director. Also, “The Shape of Water” could only have been made by him.

Should Win: Christopher Nolan really should be getting more awards for his achievement with “Dunkirk.” Nolan made a masterpiece of suspense like we’ve never seen before.

COYLE:

Will Win: Del Toro seems to have this locked up.

Should Win: I really have no idea. The filmmakers in this group are impossible to compare against each other; all of the movies are so singular to the director. Anderson’s impeccable comedy? Gerwig’s richness of lived-in detail? I don’t like choosing but Nolan’s feat in “Dunkirk” is a majestic creation of sight and sound.

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UFC 219 has a tough act to follow in Saturday night’s UFC 218 Still, the event headlined by the women’s featherweight title fight between Cris Cyborg and Holly Holm might just be able to pull it off.

The full card currently stands as follows:

Cris Cyborg vs. Holly Holm
Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Edson Barboza
Jimmie Rivera vs. John Lineker
Cynthia Calvillo vs. Carla Esparza
Carlos Condit vs. Neil Magny
Dan Hooker vs. Marc Diakiese
Kamaru Usman vs. Emil Weber Meek
Louis Smolka vs. Matheus Nicolau
Myles Jury vs. Rick Glenn
Marvin Vettori vs. Omari Akhmedov
Khalil Rountree vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk

Bout order is yet to be confirmed, but in all likelihood, that listing will likely hold up when the card goes down on December 30. With just a few weeks before the event, it’s worth examining the top five fights on the card and discussing the X’s, the O’s and the storylines therein.

Jimmie Rivera vs. John Lineker

Division: Bantamweight
Records: Jimmie Rivera (21-1), John Lineker (30-8)

Somebody always gets burned when a UFC champion takes his belt to another division. Frankie Edgar got left behind by Conor McGregor’s rivalry with Nate Diaz. Robert Whittaker has been twiddling his thumbs with former welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre taking over the middleweight division. On and on…

With newly minted bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw looking to take his belt down to the flyweight division for a match with Demetrious Johnson, Jimmie Rivera is lined up to be the man left behind at 135 pounds.

On paper, Rivera should already be lined up for a title fight. 5-0 in the UFC (21-1 in his career), he has defeated all comers, including respected names like Iuri Alcantara, Thomas Almeida and Urijah Faber. He has experienced little resistance en route to those marks and, by all measurements, should be a real threat to take the strap. With former champion Dominick Cruz out of the picture for the foreseeable future due to a broken arm, Rivera is the only logical candidate for a bantamweight title shot.

Alas, he is instead running on a high-speed treadmill and will have to defeat a dangerous John Lineker in order to avoid being dragged to the back of the line.

That’s a tall order for Rivera. Lineker is beloved in MMA circles due to his relentless, high-octane offense built around savage punches to the body. That style is as effective as it is entertaining, too, translating into an 11-3 record in the UFC (5-1 in the bantamweight division).

Rivera is capable of wrangling him and taking this one on the scorecards. It’s a shame he is being forced to walk that tightrope at all, though.

Prediction: Jimmie Rivera def. John Lineker by unanimous decision

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UFC 218 Holloway vs Aldo 2 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will be held on December 2, 2017 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.UFC 218 is Saturday night at the new Little Caesar’s Arena, and a feathweight title fight headlines the event as Max Holloway defends his championship against Jose Aldo. Aldo comes in at 26-3 against Holloway’s 18-3 record. It promises to be a brawl for the belt. Other main card fights include Alistair Overeem vs. Francis Ngannou, Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis, Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje and finally, Tecia Torres vs. Michelle Waterson.

For Holloway and Aldo, it’s a grudge match. Holloway won the first fight by TKO at UFC 212, and he’ll look to duplicate that result. Aldo, of course, has other plans, as he has said he plans on taking the belt and retiring a champion.

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How to watch UFC 218’s Main Card

Date: Saturday, Dec. 2

Start time: 10 p.m. ET

Location: Little Caesar’s Arena — Detroit, Michigan

Channel: UFC.TV (click here to order)

Stream: UFC PPV (see link above)

How to watch UFC 218’s Prelims

Date: Saturday, Dec. 2

Start time: 8 p.m. ET

Channel: FS1 (check local listings)

Stream: fubo.TV or Fox Sports GO

How to watch UFC 218’s Early Prelims

Date: Saturday, Dec. 2

Time: 6:15 p.m. ET

Location: Little Caesar’s Arena — Detroit, Michigan

Stream: UFC Fight Pass

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For most people, the change of UFC 218 Main Event has been quite satisfying. UFC 218 Jose Aldo vs Max Holloway 2 will be the new main event due to Frankie Edgar Injury. For some fans of Frankie Edgar, it is indeed a bad news. The point is that the Brazilian legend will need to re-schedule and use another chance for the belt. The injury made the challenger out.

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Meanwhile, the windows of opportunity are opened for Jose Aldo. He will have the second chance to beat Max Holloway. Frankie Edgar announced that he would draw back the UFC 218 from his agenda because of his injury. The announcement was made an earlier previous week. So we are going to expect something different in the Detroit on December 2. As the organizer needed to find quick bout replacement to take on the champion in just about 3 weeks, the result is awesome, though.

The UFC 218 will still be a viable choice for UFC fans to spend their time on December 2. Aldo was already training to take on Ricardo Lamas later on December 16.A trusted source claimed that the fight is official. UFC has also confirmed that the report was true. We know that Holloway was the interim featherweight champion when he announced to take on Aldo for the UFC 212. The good fact is that no one has fought since the last UFC 212 bout. The new main UFC 218 card has been officially announced and you can see the complete list here on this page.

A quick fact about Aldo. He is the longest reigning featherweight champion in the UFC history. His records are amazing so that he is always an adequate opponent to all fighters. He has defended his title for seven times. The fight card for UFC 218 in Detroit will be changed but there is no a single factor which can make people deterred to watch it. Definitely, the UFC 218 will stop the Detroit for a while so that folks can focus on the bout.

With this change, Jose Aldo will use the new opportunity to reach his wish. If he nailed it, he would have had the UFC featherweight title sooner than expected. The public has learned that the new UFC 218 will feature the aldov s holloway 2 as the new main event. Aldo will replace Frankie Edgar. It is a final announcement. So, hang in there. The event date is around the corner. Don’t miss it!