Next year's Oscars have been postponed by eight weeks to April 25 after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered movie theatres and wreaked havoc on Hollywood's release calendar
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences moved the 73rd Academy Awards ceremony to April 25, 2021, so that theatres would be open again in the spring.
So, the Oscars happened on Sunday night, and apparently, they were not vey good. This week we take a look at what happened at the 2021 Academy Awards which were broadcast from across several locations in America.
“Have you heard of Gandhi? Do you know of him?” was a question asked of me frequently by my colleagues, as I travelled for work, even in faraway countries like Brazil,
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced it is opening an investigation into Will Smith’s conduct during the Oscars ceremony.
Last night, someone posted another clip from the Oscars in which comedian Amy Schumer refers to Kirsten Dunst as a “seat filler” and shoos her away. The clip went viral. Cue the outrage: “Why are Oscars hosts making fun of people’s wives?” read the top response; presumably
The actor is among the latest in a line of celebrities who have weighed in on the dramatic moment, which took place after Rock joked about Jada Pinkett Smith’s bald head, referring to her as “GI Jane”.
The Internet is abuzz with Oscars news. Who won, who lost, and who got snubbed were overshadowed by one solitary moment: when Will Smith got onstage and — to the shock of everyone present and watching — smacked Chris Rock
One of the most widely watched events on earth, the Academy Awards is followed by millions of fans worldwide. This year 15.36 million views were reported on Sunday, which is better than last year’s viewership; 9.8 million views were