No matter how often we're told about “frontrunners” (see number one in our list of things we learned at the 2015 Oscars) or “long shots,” there's only one way to know for sure who's going home with an Oscar—and that's at the Oscars themselves. We'll be tuned in to experience all the surprise wins. Truth be told, all that's certain is this: There will be cringeworthy Oscar speeches. There will be deserving winners and undeserving ones. There will be plenty of fashion misfires. There will be blood. We'll be live-tweeting the whole shebang at @TimeOutUSFilm. Join us.
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