VIDEO: Stephen Moyer Weighs in with Oscar Predictions

March 7, 2010 by  

True Blood‘s handsome Stephen Moyer was asked by to discuss who he’s rooting for when it comes to tonight’s Oscar ceremony. His response?

“I’d love Jeff Bridges to win (for Crazy Heart); he’s my favorite actor, I absolutely love him.”

Stephen also enjoyed several other Oscar contenders.

“I was very affected by The Hurt Locker and I loved Crazy Heart. I think Jeremy Renner is brilliant as well. I thought that was a great performance.”

However, neither of the above mentioned films is Stephen‘s favorite movie of the year. Stephen said,

“My favorite film of the year is Up. I think it’s extraordinary and I loved it.”

Of course, Stephen isn’t the only one rooting for his favorite actors and movies tonight, and we all have different tastes in movies (unlike our shared love of the fabulous True Blood). The question is, whose predictions are more on the ball tonight? Tune in to the Oscars, and let’s see if Stephen‘s predictions (or yours) come true at all!

Enjoy the video with Stephen‘s clip beginning at the 15 seconds mark!

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  • Antonio

    I suppose that we all have our favorites. I would like to see James Cameron win Big for Avatar! I havent seen it but from what i saw on some of these Pre-Oscar specials it looks Awesome! I would probably go with The Hurt Locker,too! Even though I would not count out Precious or Up in the Air,either!
    As for me, My favorite actors would be Jack Nicholson,Robert Deniro,Al Pacino,Meryl Streep and others,too! Of Course, I like Sandra Bullock I hope she does well tonight,too!

    • Antonio

      I bet that he’s happy since most of what he wanted to win did!
      Jeff Bridges,Up and of course The Hurt Locker won Big! I was glad that Sandra Bullock won an Oscar…I like her a lot!
      I thought that Precious and Avatar would win more awards…Actually I thought that both of these would “sweep” the awards but that was just MHO. Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner of TL were there to as part of a brief tribute to horror films. BTW, The Hurt Locker won the most awards including Best Picture Congrats to All the winners! Congrats to Katherine Bigelow The First Woman to win an Oscar for Best Director!
      James Cameron’s Avatar won 3 awards.
      Precious won a couple I think