This year, Entertainment Weekly and People are celebrating the 2018 Academy Awards with a live red carpet pre-show you're not going to want to miss. Will The Post win Best Picture, or will Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri?
The most Oscars viewers - 57.3 million - came in 1998 when Titanic won best picture.
Traditionally, the previous year's best actor victor would present that statuette, but Casey Affleck, who triumphed in 2017 for "Manchester by the Sea", withdrew under a cloud of sexual harassment accusations he denies. Other early winners included "Phantom Thread" for Costume Design, "Darkest Hour" for Best Makeup and Hair and "Icarus" for Best Documentary (Feature).
So while the final award of the night will provide some excitement, the acting awards aren't likely to.
Kaluuya is also nominated in the best actor category - against fellow Brit Gary Oldman, for his transformation into wartime prime minister Sir Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.
Anderson's tender but brutal story of the romance between a dressmaker and his muse is also up for best director and actor, best supporting actress for Lesley Manville, best score for Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood and best costume design.
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World 5000m bronze medallist and 2016 World Indoors 1500m champion Sifan Hassan of Netherlands will also be in the mix. The Dutchwoman claimed silver in 8:45.68 but bronze was still a milestone performance for Muir.
No guns for teachers
But CDC statistics show that school-associated violent deaths dropped from 57 in the 1992-93 school year to 33 in 2009-10. Simply putting more guns on the scene won't necessarily discourage such people from attempting to carry out their plans.
Pakistani lawmakers begin secret vote for 52 Senate seats
PML-N's leaders have been beset by corruption allegations, including against Sharif's younger brother, Shahbaz Sharif. However, nothing regarding Senate polls was discussed with him, he added.
The most anticipated award show is around the corner and fans of cinema are anxiously awaiting to see who will take home the famous golden trophies.
Who will win: I'm extremely confident that "Call Me By Your Name" will win in this category.
However, she faces competition from three-time victor Meryl Streep for The Post, as well as Saoirse Ronan for her role in Lady Bird as Christine, a teenager on the cusp of adulthood. She previously won best actress for "Sophie's Choice" and "The Iron Lady", and for supporting work in "Kramer vs. Kramer". The ability to identify with Lady Bird and her mother was one of the strongest aspects of Gerwig's directorial debut. You watch that and you're like, that's a special person, someone who should be in front of the camera.
88 - If Christopher Plummer wins best supporting actor he would be the oldest victor in an acting category, but he's likely to be beaten by Sam Rockwell for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri.
The next and final category to predict is the adapted screenplay.
Even if one were to swap the awards between Get Out and The Shape of Water, there wouldn't be any major upset. Take a look at memorable shows and Oscar hosts before this year's ceremony airs at 8 p.m. March 4 on ABC. MORE: What to know about this year's Oscar best-picture raceActors Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway returned to the Oscars stage to present the Best Picture award after the envelope snafu last year. This year her best actress nod is for her role in Spielberg's The Post. This breaks the tradition that last year's winners hand out the gongs onstage, but allegations made against Affleck seemingly made this untenable.
- Retired Laker star Kobe Bryant is nominated for an Oscar in the best animated short category for "Dear Basketball", a dramatization of his retirement announcement.
In Blade Runner 2049, Deakins has created the ideal atmosphere, but it would be nearly impossible for members to disregard the fact that the veteran ought to have won his Oscar eons ago while voting. The nomination is the 51st of his career, second only to Walt Disney's 59. Hope holds the record for most hosting gigs, and his wit and savvy explained why. The statue's design is described as, "a stylized figure of a knight holding a crusader's sword standing on a reel of film with five spokes signifying the five original branches of the Academy (actors, directors, producers, technicians and writers)".