The 85th Annual Academy Awards will take place this Sunday and, since we're one day closer to the biggest night in cinema, it's time for the next round of your Oscar predictions.
Which of the five nominees will win the Best Original Screenplay Oscar? Your choices:
Django Unchained: Controversial auteur Quentin Tarantino has already collected the BAFTA and Golden Globe for his spaghetti western about bounty hunters and revenge-seeking slaves, which could make him the Academy favorite.
Zero Dark Thirty: An impressive amount of research (enough to spur a scandal over whether state secrets were revealed) went into past Oscar-winner Mark Boal's saga chronicling the CIA's decade-long manhunt for Osama Bin Laden.
Moonrise Kingdom: The whimsical coming-of-age story of two teens who fall in love and run off in the days leading up to a storm was written by Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola.
Amour: Director Michael Haneke also penned the script for this story of an elderly couple who must comes to grips with the reality of death once the wife suffers a stroke.
Flight: John Gatins wrote the screenplay for this dark tale of an alcoholic plane captain who becomes an unlikely hero—and then villain—after performing a freak landing.