In the lead up to the Oscars, what awards have all the Best Picture nominees won already?

Looking at what they've already won might help predict what they'll win tomorrow

The Academy Awards take place this Sunday evening (or more accurately, Monday morning over here), and Hollywood is reaching fever pitch in guessing who will win what.

In the lead-up to the big night, there have been dozens of other awards ceremonies taking place all over the world, and combined they can give an insight into what films are likely to win which awards.

So here's an overview of each of the eight Best Picture nominees, which big awards they've won so far, and which awards we'd guess they're likely to win this weekend.

THE BIG SHORT

From 62 nominations, there have been 30 wins, including:

- BAFTAs: Best Adapted Screenplay

- American Cinema Editor Awards: Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy)

- Hollywood Film Awards: Best Breakthrough in Directing

- Writers Guild Of America Awards: Best Adapted Screenplay

Most Likely To Win: Best Adapted Screenplay

BRIDGE OF SPIES

From 69 nominations, there have been 21 wins, including:

- BAFTAs: Best Supporting Actor

- Hollywood Film Awards: Best Cinematography, Best Sound

- Indiewire Critic's Poll: Best Supporting Actor

Most Likely To Win: Best Supporting Actor

BROOKLYN

From 127 nominations, 24 wins, including:

- BAFTAs: Best British Film

- British Independent Film Awards: Best Actress

- Hollywood Film Awards: New Hollywood Award (for Saoirse Ronan)

Most Likely To Win: Nothing

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

From 166 nominations, 144 wins, including:

- BAFTAs: Best Editing, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup & Hair

- Screen Actors Guild: Best Ensemble Stunt

- American Cinema Editors Awards: Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic)

- Hollywood Film Awards: Best Make-Up, Best Production Design

- Indiewire Critic's Poll: Best Film, Best Director, Best Editing

- Visual Effects Society Awards: Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature

Most Likely To Win: Production Design, Costume, Editing and lots of technical awards

THE MARTIAN

From 139 nominations, 28 wins, including:

- Golden Globes: Best Picture (Comedy/Musical), Best Actor in a Leading Role (Comedy/Musical)

- Art Director's Guild: Best Contemporary Film

- Hollywood Film Awards: Best Film of the Year

- National Board of Review Awards: Best Director, Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay

- People's Choice Awards: Favorite Dramatic Movie

Most Likely To Win: Some technical awards

THE REVENANT

From 126 nominations, 60 wins, including:

- Golden Globes: Best Picture (Drama), Best Director, Best Actor In A Leading Performance (Drama)

- BAFTAs: Best Film, Best Director, Best Leading Actor, Best Sound, Best Cinematography

- Screen Actor's Guild Award: Best Leading Actor

- American Society Of Cinematography Awards: Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography

- Directors Guild Of America Awards: Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

- Indiewire Critic's Poll: Best Director, Best Leading Actor, Best Original Score, Best Cinematography

Most Likely To Win: Best Film, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Editing

ROOM

From 114 nominations, 72 wins, including:

- Golden Globes: Best Actress In A Leading Performance (Drama)

- BAFTAs: Best Lead Actress

- Screen Actors Guild Award: Best Actress

Most Likely To Win: Best Actress

SPOTLIGHT

From 114 nominations, 98 wins, including:

- BAFTAs: Best Original Screenplay

- Screen Actors Guild Awards: Best Ensemble Performance

- Gotham Awards: Best Picture, Best Screenplay

- Hollywood Film Awards: Best Screenplay

- Independent Spirit Awards: Robert Altman Award (for ensemble cast & crew)

- Indiewire Critic's Poll: Best Screenplay

- American National Society of Film Critics' Awards: Best Screenplay, Best Film

- Satellite Awards: Best Ensemble

- Venice Film Festival: Best Director

- Writers Guild Of America Awards: Best Original Screenplay

Most Likely To Win: Best Original Screenplay

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