The WGA, aka the Writers’ Guild Awards are the last major guild award show before the Oscars, and the last chance to make some predictions for the big night. While the WGA laureates don’t always (or even often) match the Oscars favourites, the winners of Saturday’s show surprised literally no one.

Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley
Is The Imitation Game a frontrunner for the Oscars? 

Some of the biggest winners of the night were Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel – natch – as well as The Imitation Game, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as logician, code breaker and mathematician Alan Turing. The winners of the WGA are usually a good indication of the Best Screenplay faves for the Oscars. Last year Her won at WGA and repeated at the Oscars for Original Screenplay.

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Watch the trailer for The Grand Budapest Hotel.

12 Years A Slave , the eventual Oscar winner for Adapted Screenplay was however ineligible for WGA since it wasn’t made under the Guild’s basic agreement, according to Deadline. You might be missing one name from the winners’ list – Birdman, unfortunately, was not eligible for the Best Original Screenplay nomination that Wes Anderson, on his third WGA nomination, ultimately won for Budapest.

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If you're not sure what to see at the cinema this weekend, check out the trailer for Birdman below.