The most eagerly awaited party in cinema is upon us, as the 2023 Oscar Awards. Will celebrate their 95th gala this Sunday night, 12 March.
This year’s gala will be hosted by American comedian Jimmy Kimmel. The competition is expected to be fierce, with major films competing in several categories this year.
At the moment, the clear favourite to sweep the competition. Perhaps even take home the biggest prize of the night, Best Picture. Is Everything Everywhere All At Once with 11 nominations, including the aforementione.
Where and when to watch the Oscars 2023? Here are the times and channels
However, it faces strong competition, with films that are also multi-nominated and have compete in the year’s major awards. Such as Inisherin’s The Banshees and Germany’s No News at the Front, both winners at the Golden Globes.
The films with the highest number of nominations are as follows: Everything Everywhere All at Once (11 nominations), All Quiet at the Front (9), The Banshees of Inisherin (9), Elvis (8) and The Fabelmans (7).
This edition is also important for Cubans, as their compatriot. Actress Ana de Armas is nominate for the first time for the coveted statuette and in the main solo category. For Best Actress, for her outstanding performance as Marilyn Monroe in Blonde.
Where and when to watch the Oscars 2023?
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ceremony will begin with the traditional “red carpet. Which this year, for the first time, will not be red, but champagne-coloure.
This event will begin one hour before the ceremony, at 7:00 pm ET/ 4:00 p.m. PT. PT, and there they will make their appearance, give interviews and we will be able to appreciate the wardrobe of the invited stars, actors and directors of Hollywood.
The Oscars will be held this Sunday, March 12, at 8:00 pm ET/ 5:00 pm PT, at the iconic Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California.