The Dark Knight received the most votes in Tribute’s Oscar poll, earning 25.07 percent in the Best Picture category, far above the second most voted on movie — The Curious Case of Benjamin Button at 15.77 percent. Slumdog Millionaire, which is the favorite to win at the Oscars, earned 14.01 percent. Best Actor and Best Actress winners were Brad Pitt for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with 22.19 percent of the votes, and Kate Winslet for Revolutionary Road, at 20.35 percent. Heath Ledger was the frontrunner for Best Supporting Actor for The Dark Knight, with a whopping 41.59 percent of Tribute users choosing him to win — no one else even came close. You chose Kate Winslet again, this time for The Reader at 23.77 percent, but since she didn’t receive a Supporting Acterss nomination, we think the award might just go to first-time nominee Taraji P. Henson for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (she received 9.25 percent of votes). In the Best Director category, Christopher Nolan won hands down for The Dark Knight, at 19.54 percent, but unfortunately, he didn’t get a nomination either. We’re pretty sure Danny Boyle will win for Slumdog Millionaire (he earned 13.63 percent of votes). For Best Animated Movie, Tribute users were right on the money, with 29.64 percent having chosen WALL•E. Watch on Oscars night to see who the real winners are. Until then, click here to check out Tribute.ca’s Oscars 2009 website!