Ne-Yo, Nick Cannon Make Oscar Picks

'Avatar'? 'Precious'? 'Inglourious Basterds'? Stephen Moyer weighs in as well, and 'Twilight' star Kellan Lutz doesn't.

On Sunday night at the Oscars, will you be pulling for [movie id="301495"]"Avatar,"[/movie] [movie id="357580"]"The Hurt Locker"[/movie] or another film? Do you want to see front-runners Sandra Bullock ([movie id="420164"]"The Blind Side"[/movie]) and Jeff Bridges ([movie id="433350"]"Crazy Heart"[/movie]) triumph in the lead actor and actress categories, or are you hoping for an upset? Making Oscar picks is part of the fun of Hollywood's biggest night, and even celebs like to take part. Tops among many of the folks we've spoken to recently was James Cameron's "Avatar."

"Cameron is the truth!" said Nick Cannon.

" 'Avatar' was fantastic!" Ne-Yo gushed.

But when it comes to the Best Picture and Supporting Actress categories, Cannon is supporting "Precious," a film in which his wife, Mariah Carey, happens to have a meaty role.

"I definitely want to see [movie id="415966"]'Precious'[/movie] win," he said. "I believe Mo'Nique is going to take it, definitely. And I was a fan of 'Avatar.' I still think 'Precious' was a better movie, but 'Avatar' was a movement."

Ne-Yo, meanwhile, is pulling for [movie id="404229"]"Inglourious Basterds"[/movie] to win Best Picture. 2007 Oscar nominee Amy Ryan counts one "Inglourious" performance as deserving of a supporting actor win. "I love Christoph Waltz," she said. "I don't think he needs any more help. He's doing quite fine. There are so many incredible performances this year. Mo'Nique blew me away. That was such a ferocious, brave performance."

"True Blood" star Stephen Moyer's pick for Best Actor is Jeff Bridges in "Crazy Heart."

"He's my favorite actor. I absolutely love him," said Moyer, adding of "The Hurt Locker," "I think Jeremy Renner's brilliant as well. I thought that was a great performance."

Meanwhile, [movie id="369195"]"Twilight"[/movie] vampire Kellan Lutz admitted he hasn't been keeping an eye on the Oscar horserace. "I'm so taking a backseat to all that," Lutz said. "I Tivo my Animal Planet and my 'How It's Made' shows. For me, I don't know what movies are up for Oscars."

The 2010 Academy Awards are almost here, and MTV News has it covered every which way — with photos, interviews, live blogs and more. Be sure to visit MTV.com on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET for our live Oscars red-carpet show, where we'll be talking to everyone from Clooney and Bullock to Kristen and Taylor.