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The 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony takes place Sunday, Feb. 24. Will voters feel the love for Amour or are they thinkin' about Lincoln? Will Anne Hathaway go home miserable? Will Ang Lee get a piece of the Oscar pi?

Improve the odds of winning your office Oscar pool with insights from the Free Press' Randall King and Brad Oswald in a live chat Friday at noon.

The arts reporters will share their perspectives on and predictions for Sunday's awards gala, and take your questions live on our website.

If you already have a question in mind, share it now in the chat window -- then return to this page at noon today for the live chat.

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Updated on Friday, February 22, 2013 at 10:37 AM CST: Updates.

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