Oscars to be dominated by a toddler

Animated film "The Boss Baby" set to be frontrunner in every award category

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A picture that a sneaky photographer managed to get of the Boss Baby at last year's Oscars. After leaking the photo to the internet, the photographer was reportedly never heard from again. The Journal will forever remember his service.

Hailey Boger, Staff Artist

In a surprising turn of events, DreamWorks’ The Boss Baby is projected to win every single category at the 90th Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars. This has caused quite a stir within the film community and has divided the nation between those who like the movie and those who hate it.

The host of this year’s Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel, expressed his confusion toward The Boss Baby’s nominations.

“It got nominated for Best Foreign Film, but it’s not even a foreign film,” Kimmel said. “And how can an animated film win Best Makeup?”

The Boss Baby is even expected to win Best Picture, beating acclaimed films such as The Shape of Water and The Post. There have been riots planned by fans in the case of The Boss Baby losing this award, and police are expected to be on high alert the night of the awards.

The Boss Baby himself will be at the Oscars, according to his agent, Mark Whiney, however he will be heavily guarded at the event and photographs and interviews are forbidden.

“We don’t want him to be exposed to the press. He is just a baby, after all,” Whiney said. “However, we wanted him to be present for his many victories.”

The Boss Baby refused to comment.