Oscars 2017

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Mahita Gajanan

Feb 21, 2017

The 89th Academy Awards air on Feb. 26, honoring the last year’s top films.

Late-night star Jimmy Kimmel will host the ceremony, which will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, with red carpet coverage beginning at 7 p.m. ET on ABC, followed by the ceremony at 8 p.m. For those who want to watch the Oscars online, ABC will stream the ceremony on its website, though a cable log-in and password is required. ABC will also air the Oscars on its app.

This year, La La Land leads the list of nominated movies, garnering a record 14 nominations. A majority of critics predict the musical will win Best Picture, although many believe Moonlight should win the award.

Check out the full list of nominations here.


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With only months away from Oscars 2017 Live Stream the momentous 89th Academy Awards, Oscars predictions are popping up everywhere. Apart from the glitz and glamor of the red carpet, viewers are anticipating who among the stars will receive the Oscar 2017 Trophy. Below are in the thick of experts’ predictions online.La La Land” is among the titles that are frequently predicted Oscar 2017 award winner. In the Best Picture category, the commonly mentioned contenders are Arrival,Fences,Jackie,Lion,Manchester By The Sea Moonlight,Silence, and “Sully.

Event: 89th Oscar Award
Date: February 26, 2017
Location: Los Angeles
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Business Insider believes that “La La Land” is the easy choice, while “Lion” is not far behind.The Best Actor awards category of the upcoming Oscar 2017 Academy Awards includes Casey Affleck from “Manchester By The Sea,” Warren Beatty from Rules Don’t Apply,” Andrew Garfield from “Hacksaw Ridge,” Ryan Gosling from La La Land,” and Denzel Washington from “Fences. 17 women are are contending for the Best Actress 2017 Oscar trophy namely: Jennifer Lawrence from “Passengers, Rachel Weisz from DenialAmy Adams from Nocturnal Animals,” Sally Field from Hello, My Name Is Doris,Rebecca Hall from “Christine,” Susan Sarandon from The Meddler.Marion Cotillard from Allied Kate Beckinsal



e from “Love & Friendship,” Jessica Chastain from “Miss Sloane,” Isabelle Huppert from “Elle,” Meryl Streep from Florence Foster Jenkins,” Taraji Henson from “Hidden Figures,” Amy Adams from Arrival,” Ruth Negga from “Loving,” Annette Bening from “20th Century Women,” Emma Stone from “La La Land,” and Natalie Portman from “Jackie.” FiThe Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced a shortlist of nine pictures competing for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Oscars, and there are some surprising Oscars 2017 Live omissions. Chiefly, Elle, directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Isabelle Huppert, has not made the cut, despite being one of the best and most talked about films of the year.

A complex and twisting drama about a stoic businesswoman’s life immediately after she is raped, it recently came third in a poll of 163 critics on their favorite films of 2016.Huppert landed Best Actress at the New York and Los Angeles film critics group and Gotham Awards, and both she and the film have Golden Globe nominations.

With an 89% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Elle was described by one reviewer as “the most empowering rape movie ever made”. Renowned filmmaker Pedro Almodovar also missed out on the shortlist for his latest, Julieta. The shortlist was chosen by a host of Academy members, and will be whittled down to five nominees by an Academy committee in Januaryilm critics and awards pundits have been talking about Oscar frontrunners for months now, but now’s when the guessing game really starts to matter.

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This week marked the true beginning of awards season with the Gotham Awards, the National Board of Review’s list of winners, and yesterday’s New York Film Critics Circle picks. It’s still too early to tell who and what will win the gold come Oscar night, but when it comes to predictions, we’ve got you covered. Will Moonlight get a Best Picture nomination? Can Isabelle Huppert secure a Best Actress nom for Elle? Which category is bound to be the most contentious? Screen Crush has seen every big movie this year and we have a pretty solid idea of what will get nominated for the 2017 Oscars, which will be announced on January 24.

Editor-in-Chief Matt Singer, Senior Editor Erin Whitney, and Associate Editor Britt Hayes break down the likely nominations in the top six Oscar categories (along with a few longshots to keep an eye out for) leading up to the ceremony on February 26.Breaking down the precursor awards both nominations and winners — as well as the top Oscar nominations by categories gives us 35 key races that will determine the strongest Oscar contenders Oscars 2017 Live News Last year’s Best Picture champ, Spotlight,” had check marks in 21 boxes while its two closest rivals, “The Revenant” and “The Big Short,” outpaced it with 23 and 22 ticks respectively. This year’s counting started with the Critics’ Choice nominations and winners, and has been followed by last week’s announcement of the line-ups for the Golden Globes and SAG Awards. Still to be heard from are the rest of the guilds as well as the BAFTAs.

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As you can see below, “Moonlight, Manchester by the Sea” and “La La Land” lead the pack with seven boxes each, while “Hell or High Water” and “Hacksaw Ridge” are surprisingly strong at five boxes apiece. “Sully” has just one box ticked while “Silence” has yet to make the chart. As awards season progresses, different films will have different strengths; some will do well with acting, others with writing or directing. But what are we looking for are those films that are represented across a range of races. Stay tuned. La La Land looks set to dominate the Golden Globe awards, taking seven nominations – but what about the most prestigious ceremony of the season? The 89th Academy Awards will be handed out to filmmakers and actors on 26 February next year. With just over two months to go, punters and film lovers are already predicting the winners.

Starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, the film revives the grand tradition of MGM musicals with its leads tap-dancing through their romance. Other films long tipped by the bookmakers include Manchester by the Sea, Moonlight, Silence and Fences. However, there was also a surprise contender when the Golden Globes nominations were announced: Hacksaw Ridge, Mel Gibson’s World War II drama. He’s nominated for best director, while it’s also up for best picture and best actor for Andrew Garfield, who plays Desmond Doss, a US combat Oscars 2017 Live medic awarded the Medal of Honor for saving dozens of lives during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945. Hacksaw Ridge also picked up best action movie and best actor in an action movie at the Critics’ Choice Awards.

It’s been more than 20 years since Mel Gibson was nominated for an Oscar, but this awards season is suddenly looking brighter for the onetime industry pariah,” says Vanity Fair. La La Land’s Chazelle and Manchester by the Sea’s Kenneth Lonergan are among IndieWire’s frontrunners. Also on the list is Clint Eastwood, who already has two Best Director Academy Awards under his belt, for Unforgiven in 1993 and Million Dollar Baby in 2005. Both films also won Best Picture. His latest directorial effort is Sully, which stars Tom Hanks as Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, the real-life pilot who made an emergency landing on the Hudson River in 2009 after multiple bird strikes caused both his passenger jet’s engines to fail.

It’s a strong story well told, and the Academy will eat it up,” says IndieWire. Another contender is Barry Jenkins, who directed Moonlight, which chronicles the life of a young black man growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. “In the wake of another #OscarsSoWhite controversy, the film also holds an intriguing place in the awards season,” says Variety. “But it’s interesting, because as much as Moonlight is a vital part and extension of the Black Lives Matter movement, its universal themes of coming to terms with identity and where you fit in the world ripple even further.”Here are some of the top tips Oscars 2017 Live Stream for 2017:Bookmaker William Hill lists the musical La La Land as its frontrunner, quoting odds of 1/2.



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