Fantasy Film Season 5: Rules and Rankings

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Last year was Season 4 of Fantasy Film in which wiseguy #3 Johnny Manf won in impressive fashion, riding his players from The Artist to victory. Again this season we will do head-to-head matchups and the top 4 teams at the end of the regular season will then face off in the playoffs (which will start with the Oscar noms) and we will decide a champion at the 85th annual Oscars.  If there are teams tied with the same record at the end of the regular season then it will come down to who had the most total fantasy points.

The draft is set for Sunday 12/9/12 at 3:00 EST and then we will release the schedule.  Fantasy Film Season 5 will begin on December 11th when the Critic’s announce their nominations.  Here is a list of the scoring rules and wiseguy rankings…

League Rules:

Each team drafts:
» 3 directors
» 5 male actors
» 5 female actors

Major Award shows in consideration:
» Critics Choice
» SAG
» Golden Globes
» Academy Awards

Point system, wiseguy rankings and draft order after the break…

Point system:

- Nominations for Critics Choice or SAG earns 2 pts.
- Nominations for Golden Globes earns 3 pts
- Nominations for Academy Awards earns 5 pts

- Winner for Critics Choice or SAG earns 4 pts
- Winner for Golden Globes earns 6 pts
- Winner Academy Awards earns 10 pts

- If a team has an actor or actress who was a cast member for SAG or Critics Choice Ensemble nomination he or she earns the team 1 pt per actor or actress.
- If a team has an actor or actress who was a cast member for SAG or Critics Choice Ensemble win he or she earns the team 2 pts per actor or actress.
- If a team has the director of the film that is nominated for Best Ensemble cast for SAG or Best Picture for Critics Choice, that team earns 1 pt.
- If a team has the director of the film that wins Best Ensemble cast for SAG or Best Picture for Critics Choice, that team earns 2 pts.
- If a team has the director of the film that is nominated Best Picture for Golden Globe, that team earns 1 pt.
- If a team has the director of the film that wins Best Picture for the Golden Globes, that team earns 2 pts.
- If a team has the director of the film that is nominated for Best Picture for Academy Awards, that team earns 2 pts.
- If a team has the director of the film that wins Best Picture for the Academy Awards, that team earns 4 pts.

Wiseguy Rankings:

Directors:
1. Steven Speilberg “Lincoln”
2. Kathryn Bigelow “Zero Dark Thirty”
3. Ben Affleck “Argo”
4. Tom Hooper “Les Miserables”
5. David O. Russell “The Silver Linings Playbook”
6. Ang Lee “Life of Pi”
7. Wes Anderson “Moonrise Kingdom”
8. Paul Thomas Anderson “The Master”
9. Quentin Tarantino “Django Unchained”
10. Robert Zemeckis “Flight”
11. Christopher Nolan “The Dark Knight Rises”
12. Peter Jackson “The Hobbit”
13. Gus Van Sant “Promise Land”
14. Joe Wright “Anna Karenina”
15. Benh Zeitlin “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
16. Ben Lewin “The Sessions”
17. Joss Whedon “The Avengers”
18. Andrew Dominik “Killing Them Softly”
19. Michael Haneke “Amour”
20.Sacha Gervasi “Hitchcock”
21. Juan Antonio Bayona “The Impossible”
22. Jacques Audiard “Rust and Bone”
23. Stephen Chbosky “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”
24. Sam Mendes “Skyfall”
25. Joss Whedon “The Avengers”

Actors:
1. Daniel Day-Lewis “Lincoln”
2. Leonardo DiCaprio “Django Unchained”
3. Joaquin Phoenix “The Master”
4. Tommy Lee Jones “Lincoln” and “Hope Springs”
5. Denzel Washington “Flight”
6. John Hawkes “The Sessions”
7. Christoph Waltz “Django Unchained”
8. Robert DeNiro “Silver Linings Playbook”
9. Philip Seymour Hoffman “The Master”
10. Anthony Hopkins “Hitchcock”
11. Hugh Jackman “Les Miserables”
12. Bradley Cooper “The Silver Linings Playbook”
13. Russell Crowe “Les Miserables”
14. Matthew McConaughey “Magic Mike”
15. Joseph Gordon-Levitt “Lincoln” “Looper” and The Dark Knight Rises”
16. Ben Affleck “Argo”
17. Jake Gyllenhaal “End of Watch
18. Jean-Louis Trintignant “Amour”
19. Matt Damon “Promise Land”
20. Jamie Foxx “Django Unchained”
21. Alan Arkin “Argo”
22. Dwight Henry “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
23. Richard Gere “Arbitrage”
24. Bill Murray “Hyde Park on Hudson”
25. Suraj Sharma “Life of Pi
26. Jason Clarke “Zero Dark Thirty”
27. Samuel L. Jackson “Django Unchained”
28. Brad Pitt “Killing Them Softly”
29. Hal Holbrook “Promise Land”
30. William H. Macy “The Sessions”
31. Eddie Redmayne “Les Miserables”
32. Jack Black “Bernie”
33. Jim Broadbent “Cloud Atlas”
34. Bryan Cranston “Argo”
35. Logan Lerman “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Actresses:
1. Jessica Chastain “Zero Dark Thirty”
2. Jennifer Lawrence “Silver Linings Playbook”
3. Anne Hathaway “Les Miserables”
4. Quvenzhane Wallis “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
5. Sally Field “Lincoln”
6. Helen Hunt “The Sessions”
7. Marion Cotillard “Rust and Bone”
8. Amy Adams “The Master”
9. Emmanuelle Riva “Amour”
10. Jacki Weaver “Silver Linings Playbook”
11. Jennifer Ehle “Zero Dark Thirty”
12. Emayatzy Corinealdi “Middle of Nowhere”
13. Naomi Watts “The Impossible”
14. Ann Dowd “Compliance”
15. Helen Mirren “Hitchcock”
16. Judi Dench “Skyfall”
17. Amanda Seyfried “Les Miserables”
18. Kerry Washington “Django Unchained”
19. Keira Knightley “Anna Karenina”
20. Maggie Smith “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” “Quartet”
21. Mary Elizabeth Winstead “Smashed”
22. Meryl Streep “Hope Springs”
23. Frances McDormand “Moonrise Kingdom”
24. Rachel Weisz “The Deep Blue Sea”
25. Samantha Barks “Les Misérables”
26. Pauline Collins “Quartet”
27. Kelly Reilly “Flight”
28. Emma Watson “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”
29. Emily Blunt “Looper”
30. Leslie Mann “This is 40″
31. Michelle Williams “Take This Waltz”
32. Helena Bonham Carter “Les Miserables”
33. Nicole Kidman “The Paperboy”
34. Anna Kendrick “Pitch Perfect”
35. Viola Davis “Won’t Back Down”

Draft Order
1. L-Stet
2. Sonny
3. The Troy
4. Pitstop
5. Mandy
6. Johnny Manf

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