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Oscar 2020: Know Where to Watch Nominees and Ceremony

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Oscar 2020: Know Where to Watch Nominees and Ceremony

Warming up for Oscar 2020 has started! The 92nd edition of the world's largest film awards will have no presenter for the second year in a row. In 2019, Kevin Hart left office after a controversy with homophobic tweets, and a string of celebrities took turns onstage at the Dolby Theater, Los Angeles.

When and where will the Oscar be?

The 92nd edition of the Oscars is set for February 9 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. The ceremony begins at 10pm.

What are the indicated films?

The nominees were announced on January 13, with Todd Phillips's Joker (11 nominations) highlighted. Martin Scorsese's Irishman, Taika Waititi's Jojo Rabitt, and Sam Mendes's 1917 compete in ten categories each. See the full list of nominees.

What are the favorites?

The bets on the darlings of the season are still hot, especially after the 77th Golden Globe, held last Sunday (5). Once Upon a Time … Quentin Tarantino's Hollywood took home three trophies: comedy or musical film, screenplay and supporting actor for Brad Pitt.

Tied with him with two awards were Joker, who won the best drama actor (Joaquin Phoenix) and soundtrack (Hildur Guðnadóttir), and Rocketman, winner of best comedy actor (Taron Egerton) contests and original song. (I'm gonna love me again, by Elton John).

Will Brazil be at the Oscars?

Brazil disputes the Oscar for best documentary. Vertigo Democracy, directed by Petra Costa and distributed by Netflix, is among the five award nominees in the category.

Among the ten finalists to run for a nomination for best international film (formerly best foreign film category), Karim Aïnouz's The Invisible Life has not moved to the next stage.

Where to watch the Oscar red carpet?

The paid channel E! makes a long broadcast of the stars' arrival on the red carpet from 6:10 pm.

And the awards ceremony?

TNT will begin broadcasting from 8:30 pm. Globo did not set the team and time, but usually broadcast after the Fantastic, with the ceremony in progress.



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