2009 Oscars

2009 Oscars

Odds for the 2009 Oscars

Sports Interaction betting analyst Frank Doyle considers the odds for the 2009 Oscar nominees announced on Thursday.

Slumdog Millionaire is a red hot favorite for Best Picture and is the movie everyone is talking about in the run-in to the Academy Awards themselves. It's interesting, actually, that a feel-good movie is the most talked about movie of the year - it's like a throwback to the thirties, with people going to theatres to watch Fred and Ginger dance in evening clothes before going back to Great Depression outside.

Submitted by Frank Doyle on, Jan/26/2009

2009 Academy Awards Betting Odds: Best Picture

As promised, Sportsbook.com released a limited selection of Academy Awards betting odds on Thursday immediately following the nomination announcement.

Submitted by Carrie Stroup on, Jan/23/2009

Oscars Nominations 2009 – Academy Awards Odds TBA

Oscar Nominations 2009 were announced on Thursday with the Academy Awards betting odds now published at online gambling firm

Submitted by Payton on, Jan/22/2009

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