As Hollywood Reporter columnist Scott Feinberg reminded on 10.13, there are six serious Best Picture hopefuls that haven’t been seen by most award-season handicappers: Sony’s American Hustle (which has recently had some test screenings in the El Segundo/Manhattan Beach area); Universal’s Lone Survivor (which will have its first media-invited screening at the end of the month); Sony’s The Monuments Men (research screened in Sherman Oaks last week, no media screenings until November); Relativity Media’s Out of the Furnace (slated for L.A.’s AFI Fest); Paramount’s The Wolf of Wall Street (which will be completed by Thanksgiving and released before the end of the year), and Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks (which is screening today in L.A.for select publishing elites and which will open AFI Fest on 11.7 but which Hollywood Elsewhere will be seeing and reviewing this weekend at the BFI London Film Festival — my flight leaves Friday at 5:45 pm).