La La Land is one of the most successful movies of the year.
It's evident that it's going to be a force to be reckoned with at the 2017 Academy Awards.
But will it win EVERYthing? Scroll down for our predictions.
Best Picture: La La Land
La La Land has been critically and commercially successful since it was released and for good reason. It has already racked up a string of awards and nominations. Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone have this one in the can.
Best Director: La La Land
Damien Chazelle is up against some stiff competition in this category, but there's no denying that La La Land was a visual masterpiece. He should have no trouble eking out the win.
Best Actor: Casey Affleck
The only real competition in this category is between Casey Affleck and Denzel Washington. With Casey's continued praise, he seems poised to take the win.
Best Actress: Emma Stone
Emma turned in a riveting performance in La La Land. In fact, she turns in a perfect performance whichever movie she appears in. Trust us, this one is as slam dunk as they come.
Best Supporting Actor: Dev Patel
Patel has come a long way since his days of playing an angsty teen on Skins. He should win this award for his performance in Lion.
Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis
Viola is an awards darling who continues to move from a successful movie to another. Her career has been great and her performance in Fences shows that she is showing no signs of slowing down.
Best Original Screenplay: Manchester By The Sea
Having La La Land and Manchester By the Sea in the same category makes for one close race. Manchester By the Sea should narrowly beat La La Land to the top spot.
Best Foreign Language Film: The Salesman
With a solid script, acting and directing, The Salesman has got this one in the bag.
Best Documentary Feature: O.J. Made In America
This movie has considerably more buzz going for it than the others in the category. That alone is enough to make it win the award.
Best Animated Feature: Zootopia
There was something about Zootopia that made us all feel happy. The cast was something else and the plot was great.
Best Film Editing: La La Land
With show-stopping musical performances, La La Land should add this award to its already cluttered roster.