The most nominated film of the year, the stars and creators of The Banshees of Inisherin are poised to clean up at this year's Golden Globes.
The award show's 80th ceremony will take place on Tuesday in Beverly Hills and the ceremony will potentially influence success at the upcoming Oscars and SAG Awards.
Rory Cashin, Entertainment Editor at Joe.ie, joined The Anton Savage Show to give his insights and predictions.
The Banshees of Inisherin has been nominated for eight awards, including best actor, best supporting actor, best supporting actress and best screenplay.
This is the most Golden Globe nominations any movie as received in one year since 2004.
However, Mr Cashin says that they are unlikely to scoop them all in the end.
"Whether or not they take them home I think will come down to the specific categories", he said.
"I can see Colin Farrell winning best actor."
Mr Cashin says he's "really fearful" that, with both Brendan Gleeson and Barry Keoghan nominated for best supporting actor, the vote will be split.
"If people are voting for both of them, then you might get a secret third person who will end up winning", he said.
"If people loved Banshees of Inisherin and loved Gleeson's performance and loved Keoghan's performance and can't choose between the two, [maybe neither will win]."
Kerry Condon, nominated for best supporting actress, is unlikely to win, Mr Cashin says, as there is "a huge swell of support" for Jamie Lee Curtin in Everything, Everywhere, All at Once.
The most nominated title this year, The Banshees of Inisherin is also up for best score, best screenplay, best director and best picture (musical or comedy).
Mr Cashin is certain that Martin McDonagh, the film's writer and director, will win best screenplay — "and rightfully so".
"Directing, I have my money on [Stephen] Spielberg (The Fabelmans) because it's a movie about movies", he said.
"It's a very good movie. I think it's Spielberg's best movie in about ten years."
However, the fact that Spielberg didn't make the BAFTA shortlist for best director is a "huge indicator" that he may not win the Golden Globe category.
"It might fall back to McDonagh again", Mr Cashin said.
In previous years, McDonagh has won a rake of awards for films such as Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and In Bruges.
Listen back to the full conversation here.
Main image shows Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson attending the premiere of The Banshees Of Inisherin at the 79th Venice Film Festival, Italy, in September. Picture by Rune Hellestad/UPI/Alamy Live News