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Rising Star, Brittany Curran’s Oscar Picks!

 

Brittany Curran at the SAG Awards!

 

 

The Daily Red Carpet’s Favorite Rising Star, Brittany Curran, Makes Some Oscar Pics!

 

Brittany Curran with her managers. (Pictured left to right: Devon Jackson, Brittany Curran, Brian Medavoy)

Brittany will be watching the Oscars at a Home Oscar Event with her manager Brian Medavoy. Brian Medavoy’s father, Mike Medavoy, is a producer for the Oscar nominated motion picture,  “Black Swan”. Brittany was invited to an exclusive family screening of the film!!!

Brittany Curran's invitation to an exclusive family screening of "Black Swan"!

 

Brittany!s 2011 Oscar Predictions:

BEST PICTURE:

The King!s Speech… Although emotionally, I want Black Swan or The Fighter to win. My dad and I got to spend some time with Mark Wahlberg and he was so nice and very gracious about the success of the film. Also, I grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts which is close to Lowell, where the film takes place.

BEST ACTOR:

Colin Firth

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:

Christian Bale… I got to meet Christian and his wife at a recent screening at the Arc Light in Hollywood.

BEST ACTRESS:

Natalie Portman

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:

Melissa Leo

ANIMATED FEATURE FILM:

Toy Story 3… I cried at the end. The Toy Story films are a big part of my childhood.

ART DIRECTION:

The King!s Speech

CINEMATOGRAPHY:

Black Swan

COSTUME DESIGN:

The King!s Speech

DIRECTING:

Tom Hooper… Also, I think Darren Aronofsky should win, or David O. Russell.

DOCUMENTARY (FEATURE):

Inside Job

FILM EDITING:

The Social Network

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM:

Biutiful

MAKEUP:

The Wolfman… on the fence with The Way Back.

MUSIC (ORIGINAL SCORE):

How to Train Your Dragon or The Social Network

MUSIC (ORIGINAL SONG):

If I Rise (127 Hours)

SHORT FILM (LIVE ACTION):

The Crush

VISUAL EFFECTS:

Inception

WRITING (ADAPTED SCREENPLAY):

The Social Network

WRITING (ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY):

The King!s Speech… I would also like The Fighter to win

 

Brittany Curran in wardrobe for TNT's "Men of a Certain Age" (episode: "The Bad Guy")

Brittany Curran was recently nominated for Best Supporting Actress by the Young Artist Awards for her work on TNT’s “Men of a Certain Age” (Specifically the episode: “The bad Guy” ).

Brittany Curran and her TV Dad, Ray Romano from TNT's "Men of a Certain Age"

Check out BrittanyCurran.com and TNT’s “Men of a Certain Age”!

 

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