George Will: 'Zero Dark Thirty' Should Win As 'Rebuke To Senators Levin, Feinstein and McCain' STEPHANOPOULOS: That is coming up Tuesday. Tomorrow, we'll all be live in Hollywood with the Oscar winners. Let's get some Oscar predictions and preferences from our roundtable. Well, I'll stick with preferences. So many political themes as we were talking about before. So, George, let me start with you. Who's the -- your pick for Best Picture and best performance?WILL: Best performance is Daniel Day-Lewis as Lincoln, going away -- and his makeup artist, whoever it was. The best picture, I think, for three reasons, would be "Zero Dark Thirty." First, it's a challenge to make a suspense movie when everyone knows the outcome, which they did. Second, it's a genuine contribution to public education about the hard choices that are --(CROSSTALK)WILL: -- did start a useful debate. But third, sufficient reason for voting for it is a rebukes to Senators Levin, Feinstein and McCain, who have enough to do without being movie critics and falsely accusing that movie of taking a stand on torture it does not take.