The Oscars 2017 – live, live stream, free, start time, Best Picture Info
Hello Fan, Ready For Oscar 2017 The Biggest Awards Program Show In The World. So What Are You Waiting For. Join Today With US & Enjoy The Awards Who Is The Winner. Read The Preview Show-
The Oscars 2017 The ceremony - hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and airing live on Sunday, February 26 on ABC - will honor the best in movies for the year 2016. If you’re interested in challenging your friends to a friendly Oscars ballot pool, you’re in luck! TV Insider has the only printable ballot you’ll need for the big night.
o print our Oscars 2017 live stream Awards ballot, simply click the link below. The ballot will print on standard letter size paper.
Oscars 2017: Also a sure Oscars bet: How to Get Away with Murder star Viola Davis is nominated for best supporting actress in a supporting role for her work in the Denzel Washington directed film Fences. Davis has cleaned up this awards season, winning the Golden Globe and the Screen Actors Guild Award. The nominations of Davis, Octavia Spencer (“Hidden Figures”) and Naomie Harris (“Moonlight”) made history as being the first time three black actresses have been nominated in the same category.
Oscars 2017 89th Academy Awards
Don’t look now, but the 2017 Oscars are on the horizon, with the big show set for Feb. 26 - the night before you stroll triumphantly into work and collect on your Oscar pool. To help make that happen, here’s our annual downloadable, pool-friendly 2017 Academy Awards ballot.
To download it, simply click on the above link, which will open a legal-size PDF image. From there, simply print out a copy for each of the suckers you plan to dominate on Oscar night. Don’t worry if you haven’t been paying attention to this year’s Oscar races. We’ve got you covered there, too. Just take a quick gander at my hot-off-the-presses Oscar predictions column, in which I offer my analysis — and, more importantly, my picks - in all 24 of this year’s races. Oscars 2017 live free
Surprise, stunner, upset - those are three words you probably won’t hear much at this year’s Oscars. Here are three words you’ll probably hear a lot: “La La Land.” oscars best picture
Since its premiere at the Venice Film Festival last August, “La La Land” has been hailed as a shoo-in for the Academy Award for best picture. Starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling as two starry-eyed Los Angelinos, “La La Land” went on to become a critical smash, a $290 million success worldwide and an awards-season juggernaut, earning a record-breaking seven Golden Globes in January. It goes into the Oscars with an impressive 14 nominations - one of only three films ever to do so. The Oscar 2017
We’re nearly there, movie fans - awards season is drawing to a close. In less than two weeks, the annual parade of galas and ceremonies honoring the films of the last year will end, as it always does, with one big, final, star-studded celebration: The Oscars.
Jimmy Kimmel will host the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 26, where awards season darling La La Land leads the pack in nominations, with a record-tying 14 (matched by 1950’s All About Eve and 1997’s Titanic). Following Damien Chazelle’s romantic modern musical are Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight and Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival, both of which scored eight nods; Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea, Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge, and Garth Davis’ Lion all rank in third with six nominations each. Oscar 2017 Live