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Many of the European bookmakers ceased taking bets on who will star as the next James Bond after noticing an unusual number of bets begin to pour in on one particular British actor.
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A British bookmaker has released odds on Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and One Direction’s Liam Payne announcing their engagement this year despite staying mum about their alleged romance.
Oscar 2016 odds for Best Original Song had “Til It Happens To You” from “The Hunting Ground” as a 2-7 odds favorite, however, “Writings On The Wall” from “Spectre” is very much in contention at 9-2 odds.
Britain’s “X Factor” will be in need of a new host with both Olly Murs and Caroline Flack confirmed as leaving the contest show. Books in the UK have made Emma Willis a 1-2 odds favorite to become the next host.
The Best Picture betting odds for the Oscars 2016 was a fight between “The Revenant” vs. “Spotlight”.
The Best Supporting Actor Academy Awards 2016 betting odds had Sylvester Stallone as a modest favorite to win for his performance in “Creed”.
It is close to impossible to bet on Leonardo DiCaprio to win an Oscar in 2016 for Best Actor when his price is listed at -8000.
“Inside Out” odds to win an Oscar for Best Animated Film featured a price of -10000, making it one of the biggest “locks” of this year’s Oscars.
“Spotlight” Oscar 2016 odds were coming in at +240 for a payout potential of $240 for every $100 bet or $24 for every $10 bet. This promises to be one of the most competitive and unpredictable categories as “Spotlight” goes up against odds-on favorite “The Revenant”.
Gambling911.com has your 2016 Oscars betting odds for Best Visual Effects.
One of the more obscure Oscar categories that only a limited number of online gambling sites will have odds for, Best Visual Effects is actually among the more competitive by Oscar betting standards.
The odds of “The Revenant” winning an Oscar for Best Picture was coming in at -250, in no way a “lock” to win at that price.
The odds to win Best Supporting Actor at the 2016 Academy Awards features a not-so-tight race between Sylvester Stallone for “Creed” (-400) and Mark Rylance for “Bridge of Spies” (+350).
Oscar 2016 odds for Best Sound Mixing and Best Sound Editing are available at MyBookie.ag.
Gambling911.com has your odds to win Best Documentary for the 2016 Oscars.
Gambling911.com has your Oscars 2016 odds to win both the Original Screenplay and the Adapted Screenplay.
2016 Oscar betting props were being offered, mainly by European online bookmakers.
Sweden’s Betsson was offering odds on the color of singer Lady Gaga’s hair (blonde or white is the favorite) along with odds on Leonardo DiCaprio’s facial hair color including pricing on whether he will be clean shaven.
The odds to win Best Foreign Film for the 2016 Oscars were available at AceSportsbook.com.
Nominated in this category we have “Son of Saul”, the -1400 favorite.
The film comes to us from Hungary and is directed by László Nemes.
The odds to win Best Director for the 2016 Oscars were available at AceSportsbook.com.
Often times this is one of the more competitive categories. This year, however, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu is a lofty favorite at -1000 for “The Revenant”.
She’s not the favorite but more gamblers are betting Kate Winslet to win for Best Supporting Actress than are favorite Alicia Vikander, the -300 favorite.
Winslet, who plays the wife of Steve Jobs in the film “Steve Jobs”, was seeing 33 percent of the wagering action with 3-1 payout odds compared to Vikander seeing closer to 30 percent within the North American betting market.
You can bet on the Best Supporting Actress for Oscar 2016 at BetOnline.
This was among the most competitive categories at this year’s Oscars.
Alicia Vikander for “The Danish Girl” was the favorite at -250.
Brie Larson had odds of winning an Academy Award in 2016 for her role in “Room” set at -2000. You would need to bet $200 to win $10. She’s a lock and an easy $10 but still a difficult pill to swallow if you ask us.
In “Room” Larson plays a woman held captive in a small space with her young child. Eventually both are released whereby her five-year-old boy gets to experience the real world for the very first time in his life.
The odds to win the Best Makeup and Hair Styling category for Oscars 2016 had “Mad Max Fury Road” as the odds-on favorite to win with a price of -800.
Leonardo DiCaprio is a lock to win Best Oscar in 2016 with odds set at -8000. You would have to bet $800 to win $10. Not happening. There are much more competitive categories as seen below, all of which can be bet here.
Nobody has ever not won an Oscar when priced at these types of odds.
“Spotlight” had odds of winning the 2016 Oscars for Best Picture set at 2-1, making it the next likely choice to win after favorite “The Reverent”.
Needless-to-say, it’s not worth betting this year’s Best Animated Feature Oscar category with odds set at -10000 (there are plenty more Oscar odds to wager on here)
“Inside Out” is among the biggest favorites to win at this year’s Academy Awards, requiring a $1000 bet to win $10, and since there are maximum wager amounts on the Oscars typically set at $500, very little more needs to be said here.
PremierPerHead.com is among the few Pay Per Head businesses that will be offering wagering on this year’s Oscars.
Sylvester Stallone odds to win Best Supporting Actor for this year’s Oscars were set at -300.
While Stallone may be better known for playing action stars in films that are typically overlooked by the Academy Awards, this is not the first time he has been nominated for an Oscar.
Kate Winslet odds to win Best Supporting Actress for this year’s Oscars were set at 3-1. She is not the favorite for her role in “Steve Jobs” yet has relatively short odds for an Oscar category.
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