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Posted: Friday, March 1, 2013 12:00 am

LOS ANGELES - Now that Ben Affleck has shaved his good-luck Oscar beard, we believe it's safe to officially close the book on the 2012-13 awards season so we can cast a small peek at the treasures that await. What will the coming best picture race look like? Here are 10 candidates:

"The Great Gatsby" (May 10): Director, Baz Luhrmann; cast, Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire. Delayed from last year and, like all of Luhrmann's high-style, high-wire movies, guaranteed to be divisive, "Gatsby" could well be this year's "Les Miserables" (without the singing) - a lavish, emotionally over-the-top, sweeping spectacle that aims to hold a mirror to modern times. Its schedule bump might prompt some doubts, but "Titanic" moved back its release date too, and it made out OK.

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