Oscars 2022 LIVE – Prepare for ‘non-traditional’ Academy Awards show as industry continues recovery from pandemic

THE Oscars are back this weekend, with Hollywood’s biggest stars preparing for a “non-traditional” Academy Awards show as the industry continues its pandemic recovery.

Speaking to Yahoo Finance, Comscore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian described the Oscars as “still in a very unusual marketplace.”

“It just doesn’t seem like the pre-pandemic era yet. Until the theatrical experience is fully back, and we’re in the middle of that recovery now, both in terms of the box office, and the perception of the industry, it won’t be a traditional Oscars,” Dergarabedian said in the recent interview.

The 94th Academy Awards will take place on Sunday, March 27, 2022, with the ceremony getting underway at 8pm ET.

The 2022 Oscars are set to be hosted by Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes.

The Power Of The Dog has the most nominations, with 12, while Dune comes in with 10 noms.

Read our Oscars 2022 live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Kodi Smit-McPhee

    Kodi Smit-McPhee, who starred in The Power of the Dog, is up for his first Academy Award in the Best Supporting Actor category.

    The Australian actor is ecstatic that the film has been nominated in so many categories, and he considers it an honor to be included among his peers, per Variety.

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Ariana DeBose

    Ariana DeBose isn’t the first woman to be nominated for her role as Anita in West Side Story, but it is the first time she has received an Academy Award nomination.

    The actress, who is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her part in the film, describes the experience as “surreal.”

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Questlove

    With Summer of Soul, Questlove not only made his directorial debut, but he also became a first-time Oscar candidate.

    Questlove’s film has been nominated for Best Documentary Feature, which is more than he could have imagined.

    He told Variety: “I’m still feeling the high, and I hope it never stops. This is great. There’s no way you can take on something of this magnitude and think, ‘Maybe I’m making an Oscar-caliber film.’ I just wanted to make a beautiful film and restore history.”

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Kirsten Dunst

    Kirsten Dunst is also nominated for her part in the film The Power of the Dog, garnering her first nomination in the category of Best Supporting Actress.

    Despite the fact that she has been performing for much of her life, this is her first Academy Award nomination.

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Jesse Plemons

    This year, Jesse Plemons is nominated for his first Academy Award for his performance in The Power of the Dog.

    The actor is one of numerous nominations for the film, including Kirsten Dunst, who is nominated for Best Supporting Actress.

    The film got a total of 12 Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture.

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Kristen Stewart

    Kristen Stewart has become a household figure as a result of her involvement in big film productions, but she garnered her first Academy Award nomination this year.

    Stewart is nominated for Best Actress for her performance as Princess Diana in Spencer, which she says she celebrated with a round of golf with her closest friends.

    She said to Entertainment Tonight: “I am speechless and humbled…I am bowled over by this. I never thought in a thousand years I’d be in the company of these four incredible women. I would pay to make movies. I would make them if it was illegal.”

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Billie Eilish

    Billie Eilish, another first-time contender, is up against Beyoncé in the Best Original Song category.

    The artist was recognized for her song No Time To Die, which was included in the same-named James Bond film.

    Being acknowledged for the song, which she co-wrote with her brother Finneas, is a “lifelong dream,” according to Eilish.

  • First-time Oscar-nominees: Beyoncé

    For her contribution to Best Picture candidate King Richard, the musician is vying for her first Academy Award.

    Beyoncé is up for Best Original Song in the Academy Awards for her song Be Alive, which she co-wrote with composer Dixson after seeing an early screening of the movie.

  • First-time Oscar-nominees

    While there are a few young, emerging talents among the first-time candidates, there are also a number of celebrities who have been waiting their entire careers for this moment.

    Here are the first-time Oscar nominees:

    • Beyoncé
    • Billie Eilish and Finneas
    • Kristen Stewart
    • Jesse Plemons
    • Kirsten Dunst
    • Questlove
    • Ariana DeBose
    • Kodi Msit-McPhee
    • Jessie Buckley
    • Aunjanue Ellis
    • Ciarán Hinds
    • Troy Kotsur
  • What is on the menu for Governor’s Ball?

    New Wolfgang Puck Catering items will be on the menu, as well as guest favorites like smoked salmon Oscars and spicy tuna cones, per Deadline.

    Jon Gray, Pierre Serrao, and Lester Walker of Ghetto Gastro will augment the selections with their own action station as well as numerous served menu dishes throughout the night.

  • Who is cooking at Governor’s Ball?

    Following last year’s cancellation due to Covid concerns, the official post-Oscars party will be back in action, with Governor’s Ball staple Wolfgang Puck returning to work on the food, according to Deadline.

    He is to be joined this year by Bronx-based culinary team Ghetto Gastro.

    The latter’s work incorporates African diaspora inspirations, global South components, and hip-hop to produce works that deal with race, identity, and economic emancipation.

  • What is the Governor’s Ball?

    The Governor’s Ball is a yearly Oscars event afterparty in which celebrities can wine and dine in post-celebratory fashion.

  • Oscars will offer ASL interpretation

    Deaf and hard of hearing fans will have access to a live stream of American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation when the Oscars are broadcast on ABC, a first in the 94-year history of the program.

    The broadcast, which will feature certified interpreters, will be available on the Academy’s YouTube Channel and will be free to watch on viewers’ personal devices, such as their phone, tablet, or computer, where it will act as a second screen.

    Additionally, those viewing the whole ceremony at Oscars.com will have immediate access to the ASL feed.

  • What songs will be performed at the Oscars?

    Program producers Will Packer and Shayla Cowan revealed that Beyoncé, Billie Eilish and Finneas, Reba McEntire, and Sebastián Yatra will sing songs nominated in the Best Song category.

    Eilish and Finneas will sing No Time to Die from the James Bond film of the same name, McEntire will perform Somehow You Do from Four Good Days, and Yatra will perform “Dos Oruguitas” from Encanto.

  • First live performance of Encanto favorite

    Cast members Adassa, Stephanie Beatriz, Mauro Castillo, Carolina Gaitan, and Diane Guerrero, as well as singers Becky G and Luis Fonsi, will sing Encanto’s We Don’t Talk About Bruno during the Oscars, it was revealed on Thursday.

    The song written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is nominated for Best Original Song for Dos Oruguitas, also from Encanto, will be performed live for the first time ever.

  • Amy Schumer wants President Zelensky at Oscars

    Amy Schumer wants to make a statement with her forthcoming Academy Awards co-hosting role.

    According to People, during a future appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, the Life & Beth actor reveals she proposed having Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy come by satellite amid the current Russian invasion of Ukraine.

    The comedian said: “I wanted to find a way to have Zelenskyy satellite in or make a tape or something just because there are so many eyes on the Oscars.

    “I am not afraid to go there, but it’s not me producing the Oscars.”

  • Streaming services taking over

    A streaming service film will likely win the Oscar for best picture for the first time, according to the New York Times.

    CODA, an Apple TV+ dramedy about a deaf family’s lone hearing member, is a strong contender for the award, is one which already received top accolades at the Producers Guild Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and Writers Guild Awards.

    There are also predictions for Netflix’s The Power of the Dog to win best picture as well.

  • Where will the Oscars take place?

    This year’s Oscars will be held in Hollywood.

    The 94th Academy Awards will be hosted on Sunday night at the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, the Oscars’ home.

    Because of the Covid outbreak last year, the celebration was moved to downtown Los Angeles.

  • History of the Oscars, continued

    The awards began with 12 categories and increased in size and scope as time went on.

    Following a voting procedure, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gave the first gold-plated statuette.

    Today, the Academy has almost 10,000 members who work in the film industry in various capacities.

  • History of the Oscars

    The Academy Awards are the oldest cinematic prizes, according to Filmsite and reported by Cheatsheet.

    Many fans may not remember how the event began since they have gotten so accustomed to witnessing it on television.

    The award ceremony is held yearly and is comprised of more than 35 famous figures from the film business.

    They established the award about a century ago to celebrate exceptional achievements in motion picture production.

  • History of the Oscars, continued

    The awards began with 12 categories and increased in size and scope as time went on.

    Following a voting procedure, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gave the first gold-plated statuette.

    Today, the Academy has almost 10,000 members who work in the film industry in various capacities.

  • How did the Academy Awards get its nickname?

    The actual name of the award is “Academy Award of Merit,” according to Reader’s Digest; however, many people refer to the gold statuette as an Oscar and the event as the Oscars, per the Showbiz Cheatsheet.

    Although no one knows for sure how the term came to be, one idea exists.

    According to legend, when the Academy librarian first saw the trophy, she saw how much it resembled her Uncle Oscar, who had the same bald head and prominent cheekbones.

    The moniker stuck, and the Academy Awards have been known as the Oscars ever since.

  • How much is an Oscar award worth?

    Several sites have calculated that each statue is worth around $400, depending on the value of bronze and gold, according to Parade.com.

  • These celebs are close to an EGOT

    Actor, singer/songwriter, playwright, and director, Lin-Manuel Miranda already holds an Emmy, Tony, and Grammy.

    He earned a 2022 Oscar nomination for Best Original Song with Encanto’s Dos Oruguitas.

    Other notable celebrities who are just one award short of EGOT status include:

  • EGOT winners, part four

    Andrew Lloyd Webber

    Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has six Tony Awards and three Grammys.

    He earned an Oscar in 1996, followed by an Emmy in 2018.

    Tim Rice

    Tim Rice is a lyricist and producer with five Grammys, three Oscars, and three Tonys.

    He won an Emmy Award in 2018.

    John Legend

    John Legend has 12 Grammy wins so far, two Emmys, and an Academy Award.

    In 2017, he won his first Tony.

    Alan Menken

    With eight Oscars and 11 Grammys, composer Alan Menken won his first Tony in 2012.

    In 2020, he was awarded an Emmy Award.

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