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Oscars 2021: How to watch, which celebs will be there, who's up for what - everything you need to know about the Academy Awards

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Oscars 2021: How to watch, which celebs will be there, who's up for what - everything you need to know about the Academy Awards
It's Hollywood's biggest night of the year, and while pandemic restrictions have seen some celebs showing up on their laptops for other ceremonies in slightly more casual attire than they perhaps would in person (yes, we're looking at you, Jason Sudeikis), rest assured the Oscars is pulling out all the stops to bring back a bit of glamour.
Which means we'll get a star-studded red carpet (because clearly, the fashion is one of the best bits), even if it does look a little less crowded than previous years. So that's a positive. The downside? We don't get to check out the celebs' kitchens, and fewer pets on show.

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Oscar nominee Andra Day says Billie Holiday role made her 'braver'
American singer Andra Day says portraying legendary blues performer Billie Holiday has made her braver. The 36-year-old has been nominated for a best actress Oscar for her debut role in "The United States vs. Billie Holiday," which looks at the jazz singer's part in the push for Black civil rights and the outcry caused by her singing the ballad "Strange Fruit."
Oscar-nominated 'Do Not Split' now part of Hong Kong's story of waning freedoms - director
The decision in Hong Kong not to air this year's Oscars has only brought more global attention to its struggle for democracy, said the director of the "Do Not Split" documentary about the city's 2019 protests, which has been short-listed for an award. Free-to-air broadcaster TVB, which has broadcast the Oscars every year since 1969, said it would not carry the ceremony this year for commercial reasons.

How to watch this year's Oscar-nominated films ahead of the 2021 Academy Awards


Mank, starring Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman, leads the pack with 10 Oscar nominations
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Netflix drama Mank leads the pack in this year’s Academy Award nominations, with 10 nods – showing that the Oscars are still a navel-gazing affair – but it has fierce competition in all of its categories, including Best Film. Since cinemas aren’t due to reopen in the UK until May 17, where and how can you see all these great movies?  
How to watch Oscar-nominated movies
Mank
Hollywood lore always does well in awards season, and David Fincher’s black-and-white film about the writer of Citizen Kane, Herman J Mankiewicz, is no exception. It’s up for 10 awards, including Best Film and Best Actor for Gary Oldman, and you can see it now on Netflix.

The Legendary "Everyone Wins" Nominee Gift Bags Celebrate Hollywood's Biggest Night with Brands Embracing Diversity, Inclusion, Health and Philanthropy

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The Legendary "Everyone Wins" Nominee Gift Bags Celebrate Hollywood's Biggest Night with Brands Embracing Diversity, Inclusion, Health and Philanthropy
The "Everyone Wins" Nominee Gift Bags are NOT affiliated in any way with the OSCARS® or the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. A.M.P.A.S. does not award, sponsor, endorse or provide these gift bags.
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LOS ANGELES, April 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Distinctive Assets, the LA-based entertainment marketing company credited with catapulting the promotional craze of celebrity swag into a pop culture phenomenon, will yet again be independently producing their legendary "Everyone Wins" Nominee Gift Bags, which have become the most buzzed-about swag in history!  Just as the ceremony itself has adapted to unique circumstances, so too has the gift bag evolved this year.  The iconic show's superstar nominees such as Olivia Colman, Amanda Seyfried, Sacha Baron Cohen, Riz Ahmed, Viola Davis, Andra Day and Carey Mulligan will be treated to a bevy of congratulatory gifts with purpose.  

Why Is It So Hard to Show Black Women's Musical Genius Onscreen?

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Why Is It So Hard to Show Black Women’s Musical Genius Onscreen?
Oscar-nominated performances this season put the emphasis on the trauma, not the artistry, of Billie Holiday and Ma Rainey. The most insightful movie might just be “Soul.”
Viola Davis as Ma Rainey. The Oscar-nominated movie focuses on her anxieties rather than her artistic contributions.Credit...David Lee/Netflix, via Associated Press
April 20, 2021, 5:00 a.m. ET
Oscar history has been made, again. For just the second time, two Black women — Viola Davis (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”) and Andra Day (“The United States vs. Billie Holiday”) — are nominated for best actress in the same year. This last happened in 1973 when Cicely Tyson (“Sounder”) and Diana Ross (“Lady Sings the Blues”) were up for the Academy Award, only to lose out to Liza Minnelli for her starring role in “Cabaret.” While we do not know who will take home the gold statue on Sunday, it is undeniable that Davis and Day gave two of the most mesmerizing performances of the year.

THR Talks: Andra Day and Roxane Gay in Conversation About Suffering in Art and Racism in Addiction

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Assata Shakur, Holiday, Day, Roxane Gay, Stacey Abrams and Angela Davis.
Illustration By Selman HoŞgör; Photos: Abrams: Emily Assiran/Getty Images for Bustle. Day: Myriam Santos via Getty Images. Gay: Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic. Davis: Bettmann/Getty images. Holiday: Paul Hoeffler/Redferns/Getty images. Shakur: Frank Hurley/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images. United: Takashi Seida/Paramount Pictures.
THR Talks: Andra Day and Roxane Gay in Conversation About Suffering in Art and Racism in Addiction
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Nekesa Mumbi Moody
April 20, 2021, 6:00am PDT
The 'United States vs. Billie Holiday' best actress nominee and the 'Bad Feminist' author and cultural critic engage in a deep, intense discussion that included the Derek Chauvin trial and why faith precludes competitiveness: "It just thrashes this idea that you and I are in competition, especially when it comes to Black women."

Oscar predictions: Can anything beat 'Nomadland'?

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Oscar predictions: Can anything beat 'Nomadland'?
JAKE COYLE and LINDSEY BAHR, AP Film Writers
April 20, 2021
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1of18This combination photo shows poster art for best picture Oscar nominees, top row from left, "The Father," "Judas and the Black Messiah," "Mank," "Minari," bottom row from left, "Nomadland," "Promising Young Woman," Sound of Metal," and The Trial of the Chicago 7." (Sony Pictures Classics/Warner Bros. Pictures, Netflix, A24, Searchlight Pictures, Focus Features, Amazon Studios, Netflix via AP)APShow MoreShow Less
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Oscar Predictions: Can anything beat 'Nomadland'?

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Nominees: “The Father,” “Judas and the Black Messiah,” “Mank,” “Minari,” “Nomadland,” “Promising Young Woman,” “Sound of Metal,” “The Trial of the Chicago 7.”
COYLE: A contemplative character study made for $5 million and populated by non-professional actors, Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland” is not your typical Oscar heavyweight. And yet it’s overwhelming the favorite, a roundly acclaimed movie from an exciting auteur that has already ruled at the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs and, most crucially, the producers and directors’ guilds. The weirdness of this unending pandemic awards season adds a drop of uncertainty to everything. But as much as I’d like to see “Sound of Metal,” “Promising Young Woman” or “Minari” sneak in for an upset, “Nomadland” is a near-lock, and an eminently worthy winner.

Ex-Hollywood Foreign Press president called BLM a 'racist hate movement'


By Olafimihan Oshin - 04/20/21 11:28 AM EDT
 
The former president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association sent an email calling Black Lives Matter a racist movement, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday.
The former president of the association that hands out the Golden Globes awards, Phil Berk, also described Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, as a “self-proclaimed ‘trained Marxist” in the email, which the Times reported was sent to the press association's members, staff and its general counsel and chief operating officer, Gregory Goeckner. 
Berk, who had served eight terms as president of the organization, also shared an article titled “BLM Goes Hollywood'' in the email. Berk did not cite the source for the story, but it came from conservative commentator David Horowitz’s Freedom Center website, FrontPage Mag, according to the Times. 

Oscar predictions: Can anything beat 'Nomadland'? | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source


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This combination photo shows Oscar nominees for best supporting actor, from left, Sacha Baron Cohen in "The Trial of the Chicago 7," Daniel Kaluuya in "Judas and the Black Messiah," Leslie Odom Jr. in "One Night in Miami," Paul Raci in "Sound of Metal" and Lakeith Stanfield in "Judas and the Black Messiah." (Netflix/Warner Bros./Amazon Studios/Amazon Studios/Warner Bros. via AP)
April 20, 2021 - 7:47 AM
Ahead of Sunday’s 93rd Academy Awards, Associated Press Film Writers Jake Coyle and Lindsey Bahr share their predictions for a ceremony that is forging on in the midst of the pandemic.

Oscar Week: Where to watch this year's Oscar nominated films

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Oscar Week: Where to watch this year's Oscar nominated films
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FILE - In this Feb. 21, 2015 file photo, an Oscar statue appears outside the Dolby Theatre for the 87th Academy Awards in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, File)
By:
Tom Santilli
and last updated 2021-04-20 13:18:59-04
(WXYZ) — Tom Santilli is a respected journalist and member of the Critics Choice Association, Detroit Film Critics Society and Online Film Critics Society since 2010. Tom is the Executive Producer and co-host of the syndicated TV show, "Movie Show Plus," which has been on the air for 20+ years in the Metro-Detroit market and Mid-West. He is also the film critic for WXYZ-TV.

2021 Oscar Predictions: Who Will Win in Every Category

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Has a Best Picture race ever felt like
such a done deal? Even in years where there's been an obvious frontrunner, there was still some room for surprise come Oscars night. That doesn't seem to be the case this year, where
Nomadland is so primed to win that if any other film were read off, we would say, "
Why do they keep letting Warren Beatty present Best Picture?!"
Chloé Zhao's resilient road movie became the first film to ever win both Venice's Golden Lion Award and the Toronto International Film Festival's People's Choice Award, the latter heralding it as one to watch come awards season. Then

Heartfelt Love Songs Prevail on Weekend Playlist


Although Valentine’s Day was more than two months ago, songs inspired by the highs and lows of love dominated this weekend’s new music lineup.
Singer-songwriter Julia Michaels puts it plainly on “Love is Weird,” a post-breakup ballad that delicately captures the complexities of love. The newest single from her newly announced debut album, “Not in Chronological Order,” set to drop April 30, explores the aftermath of lost love. Captured best in the lines “It shows up and disappears / Love is strange for some / It ranges from making love to tears,” the song’s moody lyrics pair well with its orchestral backing.

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