Awards shows are still feeling the impact of the pandemic, and this year's Academy Awards ceremony is no exception.
After a two-month delay for the pandemic, the 93rd Oscars will take place Sunday. The ceremony will be held at both Los Angeles Union Station and the Dolby Theatre. In keeping with Covid-19 protocols, only the nominees, their guests, and presenters will attend in person.
So, what can viewers expect in this year when most movie theaters were closed? Producers are promising a celebration of cinema and an entertaining show.
Here's everything you need to know about the Oscars
When does the show start?
Will there be a red carpet?
Can viewers stream the show online?
Who can we expect to see?
Best picture nominees
Best actress nominees
Best actor nominees
Best supporting actress nominees
Best supporting actor nominees
Best director nominees
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Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland,” a wistful portrait of itinerant lives on open roads across the American West, won best picture Sunday at the 93rd Academy Awards, where the China-born Zhao became the first woman of color to win best director and a historically diverse group of winners took home awards.
Ahead of Sunday's 93rd Academy Awards, here are some predictions for a ceremony that is forging on in the midst of the pandemic.
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