It’s Oscars predictions time. Episode 2: Who will take home the Best Supporting Actor prize?

• Willem Dafoe, The Florida Project

• Woody Harrelson, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

• Richard Jenkins, The Shape of Water

• Christopher Plummer, All the Money in the World

• Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

With the exception of Rockwell, all of these gents have been nominated previously.

Plummer has the distinction of being both the oldest Oscar winner (he was 82 when he won the best supporting statue for Beginners in 2012), and now the oldest nominee at 88. He also earns kudos for hastily filling in for scandal-ridden Kevin Spacey to play billionaire J. Paul Getty during re-shoots of All the Money in the World.

Harrelson and Rockwell, as the good cop and awful cop in Three Billboards, could cancel each other out to a certain extent. Jenkins is Mr. Reliable (like J.K. Simmons, he’s seemingly in every movie). Dafoe is a wonderful actor, but The Florida Project is the most indie of indie films and likely the least seen of this group.

Should win: I have to admit that I am thinking “career achievement” when it comes to Rockwell. He’s super gifted (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Moon, Choke, Seven Psychopaths) but he has missed out on the awards parade. He was terrific as Dixon, the angry, racist, dim-witted cop in Three Billboards. Then again, Harrelson was equally impressive as the police chief.

Will win: Rockwell.

The 90th Academy Awards air on ABC at 8 p.m. Sunday with host Jimmy Kimmel. For more info and a complete list of nominees: oscar.go.com. Coming Wednesday: Who will win Best Actress?

Clint O’Connor covers pop culture. He can be reached at 330-996-3582 or coconnor@thebeaconjournal.com. Follow him on Twitter @ClintOMovies.