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Hosts of the 93rd Oscar Award Ceremony Announced

Joaquin Phoenix, Zendaya, Brad Pitt and more.

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The hosts of the 93rd Oscar Award ceremony, which will be held on April 25, have been announced.

The countdown to the Oscar Awards ceremony, which is the most prestigious award in the film industry and is highly awaited by the entire world, has begun. The presenters for the 93rd Oscar Awards ceremony, which will be held on April 25, 2021, with audience participation, have been revealed. The ceremony, which will be held at two separate locations, the Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, and the Dolby Theater, as usual, will continue the multiple presenters tradition that began at the 93rd Oscar Awards ceremony two years ago for the first time.

Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Halle Berry, Reese Witherspoon, Don Cheadle, Renee Zellweger, Regina King, Joaquin Phoenix, Rita Moreno, Laura Dern, Zendaya, Angela Bassett, Bryan Cranston, and Marlee Matlin are among those who will host the Oscar winners.

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No Golden Globe Award Ceremony to Be Aired as a Result of Scarlett Johansson’s Critisism

Criticism is on the rise!

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Scarlett Johansson, the actress, urged the film industry on Saturday to “step back” from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, as criticism of the shadowy film industry community, which oversees the prestigious Golden Globe awards, grew. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which organizes the Golden Globe Awards, is expected to release a statement.

Scarlett Johansson‘s campaign against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HPFA), which distributes the Golden Globe Awards because there are no black members of them, is becoming a widespread criticism. Another NBC outcry occurred after Tom Cruise refused to accept three Golden Globe awards for his films “Born on the Fourth of July”, “Jerry Maguire”, and “Magnolia”.

As support grew following actor Scarlett Johansson‘s call to resign, NBC issued a new statement that would shake the coalition. The Golden Globes will not be shown on NBC next year, putting an end to a decades-long partnership between the network and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the nonprofit behind the awards.

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Nominees For The BAFTA Television Awards Announced

Small Ax received the most nominations.

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British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), which awards British TV series every year, announced the nominees for this year’s TV awards.

The nominees for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) TV Awards nominees have been announced. The Television Craft Awards will be presented on May 24, and the main category awards will be presented on June 6 at a ceremony in which only British television series will be awarded.

Small Axe, an Amazon series, received the most BAFTA nominations this year, with 15 nominations in 15 categories. The series, directed by Steve McQueen, set a new BAFTA record. Small Axe has received more nominations than Chernobyl.

DRAMA SERIES

  • Gangs of London
  • I Hate Suzie
  • Save Me Too
  • The Crown

SCRIPTED COMEDY

  • Ghosts
  • Inside No. 9
  • Man Like Mobeen
  • This Country

MINI-SERIES

  • Adult Material
  • I May Destroy You
  • Normal People
  • Small Axe

LEADING ACTRESS

  • Billie Piper (I Hate Suzie)
  • Daisy Edgar-Jones (Normal People)
  • Hayley Squires (Adult Material)
  • Jodie Comer (Killing Eve)
  • Letitia Wright (Small Axe)
  • Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You)

LEADING ACTOR

  • John Boyega (Small Axe)
  • Josh O’Connor (The Crown)
  • Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You)
  • Paul Mescal (Normal People)
  • Shaun Parkes (Small Axe)
  • Waleed Zuaiter (Baghdad Central)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

  • Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown)
  • Leila Farzad (I Hate Suzie)
  • Rakie Ayola (Anthony)
  • Siena Kelly (Adult Material)
  • Sophie Okonedo (Criminal)
  • Weruche Opia (I May Destroy You)

SUPPORTING ACTOR

  • Kunal Nayyar (Criminal)
  • Malachi Kirby (Small Axe)
  • Michael Sheen (Quiz)
  • Michael Ward (Small Axe)
  • Rupert Everett (Adult Material)
  • Tobias Menzies (The Crown)

FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME

  • Aimee Lou Wood (Sex Education)
  • Daisy Haggard (Breeders)
  • Dais May Cooper (This Country)
  • Emma Mackey Sex Education)
  • Gbemisola Ikumelo (Famalam)
  • Mae Martin (Feel Good)

MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME

  • Charlie Cooper (This Country)
  • Guz Khan (Man Like Mobeen)
  • Ncuti Gatwa (Sex Education)
  • Joseph Gilgun (Brassic)
  • Paul Ritter (Friday Night Dinner)
  • Reece Shearsmith (Inside No. 9)

INTERNATIONAL

  • Little America
  • Lovecraft Country
  • Unorthodox
  • Welcome to Chechnya: The Gay Purge (Storyville)
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2021 Oscar Winners: The Full List of Winners

Winners of the 93rd Oscars have been announced!

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93. 2021 Oscar Winners: The Full List of Winners Nomadland took home three Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress.

This year’s Oscar winners were announced at the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony. Mank (nominated in ten categories), Sound of Metal, Soul, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Judas and the Black Messiah, and The Father received two awards at the ceremony.

Nomadland took home the awards for “Best Picture,” “Best Director,” and “Best Actress,” with Anthony Hopkins taking home the “Best Actor” award and Francis McDormand taking home the “Best Actress” award.

The full list of Oscar winners:
  • Best Picture: Nomadland (Chloé Zhao)
  • Best Actress: Frances McDormand (Nomadland)
  • Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins (The Father)
  • Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Kaluuya (Judas and the Black Messiah)
  • Best Supporting Actress: Youn Yuh-jung (Minari)
  • Best Director: Chloé Zhao (Nomadland)
  • Best Adapted Screenplay: The Father (Christopher Hampton, Florian Zeller)
  • Best Original Screenplay: Promising Young Woman (Emerald Fennell)
  • Best Animated Feature: Soul (Pete Docter, Dana Murray)
  • Best Documentary Feature: My Octopus Teacher (James Reed, Pippa Ehrlich)
  • Best International Film: Another Round (Danimarka)
  • Best Cinematography: Mank
  • Best Costume Design: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
  • Best Editing: Sound of Metal
  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
  • Best Score: Soul
  • Best Original Song: Fight for You (Judas and the Black Messiah)
  • Best Production Design: Mank
  • Best Sound: Sound of Metal
  • Best Visual Effects: Tenet
  • Best Animated Short: If Anything Happens I Love You (Will McCormack, Michael Govier)
  • Best Short Documentary Subject: Colette (Anthony Giacchino)
  • Best Live-Action Short Film: Two Distant Strangers (Travon Free, Martin Desmond Roe)

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