by JENNY IRVINE
The Oscars return March 2nd to give us all a night full of our favorite celebrities! This award show has been entertaining us for 86 years now and it has a place in all our hearts. Ellen Degeneres is hosting this extravaganza, a welcome change after Seth McFarlane’s gross obscenity last year. This years nominees are overflowing with talent from the ever famous Leonardo DiCaprio to the new on screen sensation Jennifer Lawrence. From the red carpet strut to the last award we’ll be on the edge of our couches begging for more!
Whether you’re looking to find if your favorite actor/actress won lead in their movie or if you’re curious to who the new upcoming director is this award show has the answer to it all! With over 24 awards to hand out, you’ll be able to see who the best actor/actresses will be in 2014! If you’re a dedicated fan there’s still time to get your vote in!
The awards will begin live March 2nd so until then you can get your opinion known by voting as many times as you want. The top movies of 2013 that are up for motion picture awards are: American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Her, Nebraska, Philomena, 12 Years a Slave, and The Wolf of Wall Street. The actors/actresses in these iconic films are up for huge awards along with the movies they starred in. The possible Oscars these actors and actresses can receive are: Best actress/actor in a leading role, Best actor/actresses in a supporting role, and Best animated feature. Along with actors being awarded for their talent, directors have the chance to win an oscar as well! The directors are able to show off their movies by winning in categories such as: Best director, Best documentary feature, Best documentary feature, Best documentary short, Best foreign language film, etc.
The Oscars will be one to remember this year, don’t miss it! Get ready to spend your night among the stars! It’ll be a elegant night filled with something for the whole family to enjoy. From the dramatic speeches to the comedic commentary, Ellen will keep us guessing till the last award is handed out. It’s been 86 years since the first award was given and now it’s time to watch how they’ll make this years unique yet dedicated to the tradition of the Oscars.