Golden Globe Awards 2016: Cate Blanchett and George Miller best odds for Australia

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Cate Blanchett and George Miller will be flying the Australian flag at Monday’s Golden Globe Awards, and the markets with online bookmaker suggest Blanchett is in with a big chance.

Blanchett is the $4.50 second favourite in the Best Actress Drama category for her lead actress role in the romantic drama “Carol”. Her co-star Rooney Mara is also in the running at $13 but Brie Larson is the $1.50 favourite thanks to her performance in “Room”.

Miller is up for Best Director and is a $5.00 chance while the film itself, “Mad Max: Fury Road” is the $12.75 outsider in the Best Picture Drama category.

“We’d love to see Cate Blanchett get the gong but the majority of the money has come for odds on favourite Brie Larson since we opened the markets a month ago,” said’s Christian Jantzen.

Markets courtesy of

Best Actress Drama

$1.50   Brie Larson

$4.50   Cate Blanchett

$6.50   Saoirse Ronan

$13      Rooney Mara

$17      Alicia Vikander


Best Director

$2.10   Ridley Scott

$3.00   Alejandro Gonzalez Inarri

$4.00   Tom McCarthy

$5.00   George Miller

$4.00   Todd Haynes


Best Picture Drama

$1.29   Spotlight

$4.00   The Revenant

$7.40   Carol

$12.75 Mad Max: Fury Road

$12.75 Room


Best Actor Drama

$1.13   Leonardo DiCaprio

$4.40   Michael Fassbender

$10.20 Eddie Redmayne

$15.25 Bryan Cranston

$21      Will Smith


Best Actor Comedy/Musical

$1.26   Matt Damon

$5.00   Steve Carell

$8.00   Al Pacino

$13      Christian Bale

$34      Mark Ruffalo


Best Picture Comedy/Musical

$1.65   The Big Short

$2.40   The Martian

$8.00   Joy

$13      Trainwreck

$19      Spy


Best Animated Feature

$1.10   Inside Out

$4.50   The Good Dinosaur

$9.00   Anomalisa

$17      Shaun The Sheep

$17      The Peanuts Movie

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