Oscars predictions 2018: Who the big winners will be

Oscars 2018 Fever A triumph for the black acting minority? I don't buy

Oscars 2018: how to watch and what to expect

Now we have to see which among these movies get away with the maximum trophies.

E! will pick up its coverage at 1 PM/10 AM with the two-hour Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2018 Academy Awards special, followed by its Live from the Red Carpet: 2018 Oscars, hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic, starting at 5 PM/2 PM. The 90th Academy Awards, given out by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, will be held in Hollywood.

Other awards exert varying degrees of influence on Academy judges.

While there is no official repeat planned, some actresses have indicated they will again wear black in support of #MeToo on Sunday.

The nominations this year vary from huge Hollywood blockbusters to low-budget yet hugely successful films like Get Out, which was made for just $4.5 million and grossed $255 internationally.

"This show is not about reliving people's sexual assaults - it's an awards show for people who have been dreaming about maybe winning an Oscar for their whole lives", Jimmy told ABC.

But I think Martin McDonagh's drama will win - and I want it to.

San Francisco Chronicle's Mick LaSalle praised Gerwig's direction and script, calling the film, "simply beautiful" and "warm and inspired", while Peter Travers of Rolling Stone, called her direction, "A full-blown triumph". This is not a call for less representation by any means, but the more attention queer artists are able to get from viewers, the more opportunity they will be able to get to tell necessary, provocative, interesting and incendiary stories.

Oscarologists see its star Frances McDormand as a sure thing for the best actress statuette for her visceral turn as a rage-filled grieving mother at loggerheads with the local police over the failure to find her daughter's killer.

Streep's nomination is the 21st of her career, and the 17th as best actress, extending her lead as the performer with the most career Oscar nominations. I said, shit I'll do it for you. Of the four others, Lina Wertmuller ( "Seven Beauties" ), Jane Campion ("The Piano" ), Sofia Coppola ( "Lost in Translation" ) and Kathryn Bigelow ( "The Hurt Locker" ), Bigelow is the only woman who has ever won, beating out her ex-husband, James Cameron for the statue.

MONDELLO: Right. So they've elected to make it that you have to have 50 percent of the vote. So I think my pick for this is "Get Out". "As far as for technicians?" I am most passionate about queer cinema, highlighting the voices of marginalized filmmakers when I can, but there seems to exist, as Ren Jender points out in the Village Voice, a fairly homophobic notion that an audience can only love one queer film at a time. The film landed just one nomination, for best original screenplay.

"Now it's going to be much, much easier for her to actually work on feature films or TV shows that are coming to Atlanta", Ellis said.

He has said he does not intend to use the Oscars "as a platform for healthcare".

Foster pointed to the Swedish Film Institute's employment of quotas to achieve gender parity.

Of his plans for his Oscars monologue, he said: "I'm still doing a comedy show and I need to be amusing and entertain my audience, but I also think that we've matured enough.to the point where we can accept late-night talk show hosts speaking about a serious subject". "A million jokes have been made about this subject, so that's really the challenge", Kimmel says. We know that from universities, we know that from every other aspect of trying to create parity.

"We were like, we have 10 seconds to say goodbye, we don't know how long the speech is going to be, and it affects your rating in a very negative way if you go on past midnight", Kimmel recalled in an interview with news portal AZ Central.

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