The 2022 Oscars are only a matter of days away.
The prestigious film awards ceremony, held at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Los Angeles, will be attended by many of the industry’s biggest stars.
The ceremony will take place on Sunday, March 27, with the event starting at 8pm ET or 1am (on March 28) in the UK.
It is expected to last about three to four hours.
Among the nominees for this year’s Academy Awards are Will Smith, Jessica Chastain and Jane Campion, her western drama The power of the dog is currently the front-runner for best picture.
A full list of nominees can be found here.
This year’s Oscars are later in the year than usual, having been postponed to avoid conflict with the Super Bowl and Winter Olympics.
While the Oscars have gone unhosted for the past three straight years, this year’s event will be hosted by three women: Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes.
In the US, viewers can watch the Oscars on ABC. In the UK it will be available to Sky Cinema subscribers on the temporary dedicated channel Sky Cinema Oscars.
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