You Pick the Oscar Winner: Supporting Actor and Actress

The Globes, SAG awards and BAFTA honors have been handed out, the critics have had their say and now we're in the final weeks before the 85th Academy Awards. This year's show promises to hold some surprises with a few categories very much up in the air as to who will win.

Well, ok, so Anne Hathaway is pretty much a shoo-in for best actress, but maybe Amy Adams, Helen Hunt, Jackie Weaver or Sally Field can pull off an upset.

The men's side is a bit more undecided. Philip Seymour Hoffman emerged as the early season favorite, but Christoph Waltz picked up the Golden Globe and BAFTA Award wins and there's certainly strong support for Alan Arkin, Robert De Niro and Tommy Lee Jones.

So who do you think will win? Head on over to our Ballot Box and make your selections for a chance to win a pair of movie tickets! Also, voice your choice on who will win the supporting acting awards in the comment section below.

We'll be back tomorrow to take a look at the directing field and fill out the week with the actress, actor and best picture categories.

The Academy Awards air on ABC on February 24 at 4 p.m. PST/7 p.m. EST.

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