Transcript for Oscars 2013: Possible Surprises and Underdogs
your big show on the red carpet. Let's raise a glass of orange juice or a cup of coffee. We're just two days away from finding out who is taking oscar home. Oscar's biggest night, full of surprises. And come sunday, we could see some major upsets. This morning, the red carpet is out. And all bets are off for who will walk away with hollywood's most coveted leading man. And if you think you know who -- the oscar goes to -- experts say, think again. I think there's going to be quite a few surprises. Reporter: Take "lincoln," the favorite for best picture. It's leading the pack with 12 nominations. A blessing? Maybe not. The most-nominated time wins best picture 67% of the time. There are people that say "silver linings playbook" might sneak into there, too. Reporter: And what about that mov movie's star, jennifer lawrence. Odds have her even now with jessica chastain for best actress. But throw out the playbook. There is emmanuelle riva who had a stunning portrayal in "amour." Reporter: Quvenzhane wallis would provide an upset. Once considered a wildcard, she became a megastar just as academy members were voting. And I was doing flips I could never do before. Reporter: And there's "les mis" star hugh jackman who told me this. It's great to be nominee. If I'm in the mezzanine, there's a very good chance I won't be winning. Rep YOU MAY NOT WANT TO Put all of your pennies on daniel day-lewis. No one has ever taken home best actor for playing a u.S. President. Fun fact there. Thank you.
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