If you’re betting on Oscar results this weekend, Time has an odd piece of advice: Listen to George Clooney. The actor says he's never been wrong about winners, the magazine reports, and he shares this year’s picks: The Coen brothers’ No Country for Old Men will sweep, netting the film Best Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, and a Supporting Actor statue for Javier Bardem.
Another gruesome frontier tale, There Will Be Blood, won’t be far behind: Clooney predicts an Oscar for star Daniel-Day Lewis and a Best Cinematography nod. The rest is for the ladies: Best Actress, Julie Christie in Away From Her; Best Supporting Actress, Amy Ryan in Gone Baby Gone; and a Best Original Screenplay for Diablo Cody's Juno. Odd flick out? Clooney’s own Michael Clayton.