Year in year out, the Oscars is focused on a number of people, especially popular stars. Below are some things to look out for at the 90th Oscars which have absolutely nothing to do with those golden men. Some moments are expected.
Sandra Bullock Is Back
“Ocean’s 8” star Sandy is making her big return to the Oscar stage as a presenter for the first time in four years. In attendance will be also fellow presenter, and Sandy’s ex from the ’90s, Matthew McConaughey.
You probably have forgotten that Harry Styles is in an Oscar-nominated film unless you’re one of his many adoring fan, which means the pop star turned screen legend could be in attendance at the award show, since “Dunkirk” is nominated in multiple categories, including Directioners, Best Picture, ready yourselves.
Friendship Between Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie
Perhaps They are cutthroat competitors in the Lead Actress category, yet they’re comparatively good pals as well. “I have a major actress crush on her already,” Robbie told HuffPost of Ronan last year. “I think she’s a genius actress and she’s a wicked person, as well.” Keep an eye out for loathsomely cute BFF moments.
Happy Life with Happy Wife
Chelsea Peretti is so agony for her husband Jordan Peele, that we can’t wait to see her take over for Chrissy Teigen and send out the best-wife live tweets of the evening. Peele’s movie “Get Out” is up for Best Picture, Directing (Peele), Lead Actor (Daniel Kaluuya) and Original Screenplay (Peele).
Merry Poppin’ Time
Prior to the release of “Mary Poppins Returns,” both stars Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda will be presenters. Will there be a song-and-dance routine?
Both Lupita Nyong’o and Chadwick Boseman will present at the Oscars, however the only thing on “Black Panther” fans’ minds is whether Michael B. Jordan will show up to do some pushups in order to Lupita and accompany her to the ball.
The Real-Life “Big Sick”
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, the masterful and married collaborators behind the acclaimed rom-com “The Big Sick,” are up for an Oscar for Original Screenplay. We’ll be watching as they lovingly embrace eagerly, win or lose, yet we’re mad about all those snubs as before.
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