Famed movie critic Roger Ebert has made his “early guesses” as to who will win at the Academy Awards this year and he’s made some surprising choices. He predicts True Grit will win Best Picture, despite The Social Network having won the Golden Globe in the same category (True Grit wasn’t nominated). He wrote in his column: “True Grit is gaining momentum at the box office, and I have a sixth sense it will win the Oscar.” Ebert predicts True Grit‘s Hailee Steinfeld, 14, will win in the Best Supporting Actress category, saying, “She actually has the leading role in the film, but stands a much better chance of a supporting Oscar. The Academy has a record in this category of choosing newcomers, especially plucky young women.” For Best Actor and Actress, he believes those will go to the Golden Globe winners, Natalie Portman for Black Swan and Colin Firth for The King’s Speech, but for Best Supporting Actor, he goes with Geoffrey Rush (The King’s Speech), rather than favorite Christian Bale (The Fighter). The Academy Awards will be broadcast live on February 27, 2011. Enter our Oscars contest to win a 42″ TV by clicking here.