Through time, the Oscars have given us some of the biggest pop culture moments in history. Little did we know, however, that weeks later the world would be hit by the coronavirus pandemic and that it would put several awards ceremonies and events, such as the Cannes Film Festival and the Met Gala, on hold for the foreseeable.
When are the Oscars 2021?
The Oscars have been postponed by two months, moving its original scheduled date of February 28 to April 25.
Where will the Oscars be held?
While there were initial reports that Hollywood’s biggest night was on track to be held traditionally with a live audience at the Dolby Theatre with the postponed date, given the continuing threat of the pandemic the plans have been altered. On the Oscars night, the main event was in Los Angeles, however, there were smaller events held in London, while Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher were seen in Sydney, Australia
Who is presenting the 2021 Oscars?
After years of controversial hosts and the job being jokingly referred to as one of the worst to land in Hollywood, the Oscars continued with its theme of being host-less in 2020.
On April 12, 2021, the Academy confirmed some of the presenters that we will see make an appearance on April 25: Angela Bassett, Halle Berry, Bong Joon Ho, Don Cheadle, Bryan Cranston, Laura Dern, Harrison Ford, Regina King, Marlee Matlin, Rita Moreno, Joaquin Phoenix, Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon, Renée Zellweger and Zendaya.
Who are the 2021 Oscar winners?
After the Oscar nominees were announced live from London by Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas in March 2021, a month later and we now know the winners from the night.