, Friday, September 19, 2014
WTOP listeners predicted the winners of the 85th annual Academy Awards.
Click here to see all the nominees.
"Lincoln" won the popular vote among WTOP listeners, with 49.3% voting for the historical biopic.
Other Best Picture Nominees:
"Silver Linings Playbook"
"Life of Pi"
"Beasts of the Southern Wild"
"Zero Dark Thirty"
Spielberg won the vote by a whopping 71.7% for his film "Lincoln." (Paul A. Hebert/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)
Other Best Director Nominees:
David O. Russell
Daniel Day-Lewis is the frontrunner for Best Actor, with 62.1% of the popular vote. (Stuart Wilson/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)
Other Best Actor Nominees:
Jennifer Lawrence wins the WTOP popular vote by 37.8% for "Silver Linings Playbook." (Jason Kempin/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)
Other Best Actress Nominees:
Tommy Lee Jones
The "Lincoln" actor wins Best Supporting Actor with 26.1%, just sneaking past "Django Unchained"'s Christoph Waltz and "Argo"'s Alan Arkin. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)
Other Best Supporting Actor Nominees:
Robert De Niro
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Anne Hathaway's heartbreaking performance in "Les Miserables" may have won over WTOP listeners, who awarded her the popular vote with 66.7%. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)
Other Best Supporting Actress Nominees:
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