Next Sunday sees the celebration of the 90th Annual Academy Awards ("Oscars"). Like last year this might be a chance to discuss the contenders for the Oscar for Best Picture of the year beforehand. So due to popular demand we're starting a new weekly topic challenge. From 2018-02-26 00:00 UTC to 2018-03-04 23:00 UTC we encourage you to ask any kind of on-topic question on the main site about any of the Oscar nominees for Best Picture (in particular , , , , , , , and ).

Once the challenge is over we'll tally the results and winners (by question votes) here. Also don't forget to suggest new topics for our next possible challenge. And you might also want to check out our live chat event during the actual ceremony.

1 Answer 1


The challenge is over and the top-voted question (with a score of 24 and ~6,437 views) was asked by Ankit Sharma, which makes him the winner of this challenge:

1. Is Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk historically inaccurate in portraying absence of the Indian army?

The other questions asked, in order of votes are (the numbers are the votes and views):

  1. Did Churchill really talk to people on the London Underground? (17 / ~5,053)

  2. Is Miguel adopted? (3 / ~155)

  3. Why doesn't the deputy (played by Sam Rockwell) get arrested and charged after clearly assaulting the billboard manager? (1 / ~13)

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .