It’s Hollywood’s biggest night of the year, and while pandemic restrictions have seen some celebs showing up on their laptops for other ceremonies in slightly more casual attire than they perhaps would in person (yes, we’re looking at you, Jason Sudeikis), rest assured the Oscars is pulling out all the stops to bring back a bit of glamour. Which means we’ll get a star-studded red carpet (because clearly, the fashion is one of the best bits), even if it does look a little less crowded than previous years. So that’s a positive. The downside? We don’t get to check out the celebs’ kitchens, and fewer pets on show. Ahead of the 93rd Academy Awards, here’s everything you need to know. When does the Oscars ceremony take place? The show takes place on Sunday 25 April in Los Angeles. For the UK, that’s the early hours of Monday 26 April, starting at 1am and running until around 4am to 5am. So if you’re staying up with us, you’re in for a late night! Advertisement Which films are up for best picture? The Father – the story of a father and daughter dealing with his dementia, starring Sir Anthony Hopkins and Olivia… Read full this story
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