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Never too early to make your Oscar picks

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The Oscars ceremony is Feb. 27, so now is the perfect time to start doing your final research and making your final picks with the help of our fully interactive, sharable, reusable Oscar ballot.

Fill out your ballot with the help of our Academy Awards Cheat Sheet or Buzzmeter picks from our esteemed panel of expert Oscarologists. Then you can print out your ballot or share your picks with friends on Facebook or Twitter. And in case you've got some inside information you'd like to share or want to argue passionately in favor of "Burlesque" winning a write-in campaign, be sure to leave a comment on our Oscars discussion board.

-- Patrick Kevin Day

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Here are my picks:

Best Picture: The King's Speech
Spoiler: The Fighter or Inception

Best Actor: Colin Firth

Best Actress: Natalie Portman
Spoiler: Annette Bening (a career/sentimental choice)

Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale
Spoiler: Geoffrey Rush (on the heels of TKS sweep, if so)

Best Supporting Actress: Melissa Leo
Spoiler: Hailee (of True Grit or
Helena Bonham Carter (on the heels of a TKS sweep)

Best Director: Tom Hooper
Spoiler: David Fincher

Best Original Screenplay: The King's Speech

Best Adapted Screenplay: The Social Network



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