See who's winning (and losing) among Oscar nominees in our 2023 contender tracker, which keeps tabs on the Academy Awards race.
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Gut feelings and bold predictions abound as the awards season rages on, but nothing speaks to the 2023 Oscars race like golden statistics. Throughout the season, EW is tracking the top Oscar contenders with our handy report card below, highlighting which of the 95th Academy Awards nominees are winning (and losing) major precursor accolades. Keep up with our roster of contenders — measuring significant awards bodies that have announced nods so far, including the recently announced Oscar nominations and WGA nominations — as we update it in the weeks ahead.

Note: This is not a list of predictions (see those here). This tally shows which contenders have won or been nominated for precursors thus far. More will be added as various nominations are announced.

Awards tracked so far:

Michelle Yeoh in Everything Everywhere All At Once, Brendan Fraser in The Whale, and Colin Farrell in The Banshees of Inisherin
Credit: A24 / Searchlight Pictures

Best Picture Contenders

1. Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: NBR (Top 10), AFI Movies of the Year, LAFCA (tie), Critics Choice
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Indie Spirits, Golden Globes (Musical/Comedy), SAG ensemble, PGA, BAFTA, Oscars

2. The Banshees of Inisherin
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: NBR (Top 10), AFI Special Award, Golden Globes (Musical/Comedy)
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, SAG ensemble, PGA, BAFTA, Oscars

3. The Fabelmans
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: TIFF People's Choice, PSIFF Vanguard Award, NBR (Top 10), AFI Movies of the Year, Golden Globes (Drama)
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, SAG ensemble, PGA, Oscars

4. Tár
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: NYFCC, AFI Movies of the Year, LAFCA (tie)
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Indie Spirits, Golden Globes (Drama), Critics Choice, PGA, BAFTA, Oscars

5. Triangle of Sadness
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: Cannes
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes (Musical/Comedy), Oscars

6. Elvis
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: AFI Movies of the Year
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes (Drama), Critics Choice, PGA, BAFTA, Oscars

7. All Quiet on the Western Front
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: BAFTA, Oscars

8. Women Talking
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: NBR (Top 10), AFI Movies of the Year
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: TIFF People's Choice runner-up, Indie Spirits, Critics Choice, SAG ensemble, Oscars

9. Top Gun: Maverick
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: NBR (Best Film), AFI Movies of the Year
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes (Drama), Critics Choice, PGA, Oscars

10. Avatar: The Way of Water
Best Picture (or equivalent) wins: NBR (Top 10), AFI Movies of the Year
Best Picture (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes (Drama), Critics Choice, PGA, Oscars

Everything Everywhere All at Once
(L to R): Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Michelle Yeoh, and James Hong in 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'
| Credit: A24

Best Director Contenders

1. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Director (or equivalent) wins: Critics Choice
Best Director (or equivalent) nominations: Indie Spirits, Golden Globes, DGA, BAFTA, Oscars

2. Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans
Best Director (or equivalent) wins: PSIFF Vanguard Award, NBR, Golden Globes
Best Director (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, DGA, Oscars

3. Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin
Best Director (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Director (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes, Critics Choice, DGA, BAFTA, Oscars

4. Todd Field, TÁR
Best Director (or equivalent) wins: LAFCA
Best Director (or equivalent) nominations: Indie Spirits, Critics Choice, DGA, BAFTA, Oscars

5. Ruben Östlund, Triangle of Sadness
Best Director (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Director (or equivalent) nominations: Oscars

The Whale
Brendan Fraser in 'The Whale'
| Credit: A24

Best Actor Contenders

1. Brendan Fraser, The Whale
Best Actor (or equivalent) wins: TIFF Tribute Award for Performance, SBIFF American Riviera Award, Critics Choice
Best Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Golden Globes (Drama), SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

2. Colin Farrell, The Banshees of Inisherin
Best Actor (or equivalent) wins: VIFF, PSIFF Desert Palm Achievement Award, NYFCC, NBR, Golden Globes (Musical/Comedy)
Best Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

3. Austin Butler, Elvis
Best Actor (or equivalent) wins: SBIFF Virtuosos Award, PSIFF Breakthrough, Golden Globes (Drama)
Best Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

4. Bill Nighy, Living
Best Actor (or equivalent) wins: LAFCA
Best Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes (Drama), Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

5. Paul Mescal, Aftersun
Best Actor (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Indie Spirits, Critics Choice, BAFTA, Oscars

Cate Blanchett in TÁR
Cate Blanchett in 'Tár'
| Credit: Focus Features/YouTube

Best Actress Contenders

1. Cate Blanchett, TÁR
Best Actress (or equivalent) wins: VIFF, SBIFF Outstanding Performer of the Year, PSIFF Desert Palm Achievement Award, NYFCC, LAFCA, Golden Globes (Drama), Critics Choice
Best Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Indie Spirits, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

2. Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Actress (or equivalent) wins: TIFF Tribute Share Her Journey Groundbreaker Award, SBIFF Kirk Douglas Award, PSIFF International Star Award, NBR, Golden Globes (Musical/Comedy)
Best Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Indie Spirits, Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

3. Ana de Armas, Blonde
Best Actress (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes (Drama), SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

4. Michelle Williams, The Fabelmans
Best Actress (or equivalent) wins: Gotham Awards (Tribute), PSIFF Vanguard Award
Best Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes (Drama), Critics Choice, Oscars

5. Andrea Riseborough, To Leslie
Best Actress (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Oscars

Ke Huy Quan
Ke Huy Quan in 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'
| Credit: A24

Best Supporting Actor Contenders

1. Ke Huy Quan, Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) wins: SBIFF Virtuosos Award, Gotham Awards, NYFCC, LAFCA, Golden Globes, Critics Choice
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Indie Spirits, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

2. Brendan Gleeson, The Banshees of Inisherin
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) wins: NBR
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes, Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

3. Barry Keoghan, The Banshees of Inisherin
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes, Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

4. Brian Tyree Henry, Causeway
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Indie Spirits, Critics Choice, Oscars

5. Judd Hirsch, The Fabelmans
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) wins: PSIFF Vanguard Award
Best Supporting Actor (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, Oscars

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Angela Bassett as Queen Ramonda in 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'
| Credit: ELI ADÉ/MARVEL STUDIOS

Best Supporting Actress Contenders

1. Angela Bassett, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) wins: SBIFF Montecito Award, Golden Globes, Critics Choice
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) nominations: SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

2. Jamie Lee Curtis, Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) wins: SBIFF Maltin Modern Master Award
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Indie Spirits, Golden Globes, Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

3. Kerry Condon, The Banshees of Inisherin
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) wins: SBIFF Virtuosos Award
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes, Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

4. Hong Chau, The Whale
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, SAG, BAFTA, Oscars

5. Stephanie Hsu, Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) wins: SBIFF Virtuosos Award
Best Supporting Actress (or equivalent) nominations: Indie Spirits (Breakthrough), Critics Choice, SAG, Oscars

THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN
Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell in 'The Banshees of Inisherin'
| Credit: Searchlight Pictures

Best Original Screenplay Contenders

1. Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) wins: VIFF, NYFCC, NBR, Golden Globes
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, BAFTA, Oscars

2. Todd Field, TÁR
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) wins: Gotham Awards, LAFCA
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Indie Spirits, Golden Globes, Critics Choice, BAFTA, Oscars, WGA

3. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) wins: Critics Choice
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Indie Spirits, Golden Globes, BAFTA, Oscars, WGA

4. Steven Spielberg and Tony Kushner, The Fabelmans
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) wins: TBA
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Golden Globes, Critics Choice, BAFTA, Oscars, WGA

5. Ruben Östlund, Triangle of Sadness
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) wins:
Best Original Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: BAFTA, Oscars

WOMEN TALKING
The cast of 'Women Talking,' including Jessie Buckley (left center), Claire Foy (top center), and Rooney Mara (right center)
| Credit: Michael Gibson/United Artists Releasing

Best Adapted Screenplay Contenders

1. Sarah Polley, Women Talking
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) wins: Critics Choice
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Gotham Awards, Indie Spirits, Golden Globes, Oscars, WGA

2. Edward Berger, Lesley Paterson, and Ian Stokell, All Quiet on the Western Front
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) wins: NBR
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: BAFTA, Oscars

3. Rian Johnson, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) wins:
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, Oscars, WGA

4. Kazuo Ishiguro, Living
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) wins:
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Critics Choice, BAFTA, Oscars

5. Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer, and Christopher McQuarrie (screenplay); story by Peter Craig and Justin Marks, Top Gun: Maverick
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) wins:
Best Adapted Screenplay (or equivalent) nominations: Oscars, WGA

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