For the first time in two years, the Academy Awards with stars at the Dolby Theater are back to normal, with the Academy believing it to be a casual Oscar party, except for all that has changed.
The 49th Academy Awards will begin at 8pm as usual, and an hour before the broadcast begins, participants will gather in Dolby to present the eight awards and air on the broadcast, which is expected to last three hours.
While this may not be easy, with the huge success of “Spider-Man, No Way Back Home”, the film industry has largely recovered from the epidemic, and the global film industry has sold $ 21.3 billion in 2021 compared to $ 42.3 billion in the previous year. 2019.
Hollywood showed its films directly to the public through video streaming sites, and half of those sites showed up in the top 10 nominations for this year’s awards.
This year’s Academy Awards, two years after the epidemic, faces the challenge of attracting global attention and Russia’s war devastating Ukraine. Filmmaker Will Packer said during the broadcast that the war in Ukraine would be respected.
Netflix’s “The Power of the Dog”, a Western film produced by Jane Campion, comes with 12 nominations and a good chance of winning a big prize.
But all the momentum is in Sean Heather’s play CODA, and his success will be a success for Apple TV +, which bought the film from the Sundance Film Festival last year and spent a lot to promote it to academy members.
But most of the prizes for the night are expected to go to Denise Villeneuve’s science fiction epic “Toons”.
The three Oscar winners will be broadcast on sites including Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall, as well as Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV and ABC.com.
Producers hired star-studded artists, including Billy Elish and Beyonc, to sing the award-nominated songs.
The first screening of ABC’s red carpet is scheduled for 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The academy urges participants to be in their seats by 7 p.m. , Film Artists Nominated. Tommy Fay for him.
Earlier this month, more than 70 Academy Award winners, including James Cameron, Kathleen Kennedy and Guillermo Del Toro, warned that the change would turn some nominees into “second-class citizens.”
One thing the producers promised: the final award for the night would be the best film. Last year’s show ended stunningly when Anthony Hopkins, who was not there at the time, unexpectedly made his debut for Best Actor.
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