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Everything You Need To Know About The 2024 Oscars: Date, Host, Nominees List, How To Watch & Who’ll Win

Everything You Need To Know About The 2024 Oscars: Date, Host, Nominees List, How To Watch & Who’ll Win

The 2024 Oscars ceremony is less than two months away, and details about the show, the nominees and who may win are coming into focus.

Read on below for answers to all your questions about this year’s Academy Awards.

When Is The 2024 Oscars?

The ceremony takes place on March 10 this year at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

ABC usually hosts the official red carpet pre-show, Countdown to the Oscars, beginning at 3:30 p.m. PT/6:30 p.m. ET.

Who Is Hosting The 2024 Oscars?

Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the show, marking the fourth time and second straight year that the Jimmy Kimmel Live! mainstay has taken the gig.

Who Is Nominated For An Oscar This Year?

Oppenheimer leads the field with 13 nominations. Poor Things is next with 11 noms. Killers of the Flower Moon is up for consideration in 10 categories. This year’s box office champ, Barbieearned eight nominations, including for Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress.

The list of nominated actors includes big names such as Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Robert Downey Jr. and Jodie Foster. It also includes a large number of first-timers. Seven out of the 20 acting Oscar nominees this year are people of color. For all of them — Lily GladstoneDanielle Brooks, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, America FerreraColman DomingoSterling K. Brown and Jeffrey Wright – it is their first nomination.

See the full list of nominees here.

See Deadline’s original reviews of all this year’s Best Picture-nominated films here.

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Who Got Snubbed?

One of the big surprises was the omission of Leonardo DiCaprio for Killers of the Flower Moon in the Best Actor category. Margot Robbie was also left out for her performance in Barbie. Comedic performances like Robbie’s are not frequently nominated for Oscars. Don’t worry, she could win Best Picture as a producer on Barbie. Directors Greta Gerwig (Barbie) and Alexander Payne (The Holdovers), both former winners in the screenplay categories, who made their respective comedies work so well this year, were left out of the Best Director race. Surprisingly, the documentary Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie and American Symphony was shut out in that category.

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2024 Oscar Trivia

  • Emma Stone is only the second female producer to receive Best Actress and Best Picture nominations in the same year. The first was Frances McDormand for Nomadland in 2021.
  • Bradley Cooper is one of only four actors who have directed themselves into Best Actor nominations twice. The others are Laurence Olivier (who did it three times), Clint Eastwood and Warren Beatty.
  • Barbie director Greta Gerwig is the first director ever — man or woman — to have their first three solo directorial efforts all nominated for Best Picture (Lady Bird, Little Women, Barbie).
  • Lily Gladstone made Oscar history as the first-ever Native woman of American descent to be nominated for Best Actress.
  • Martin Scorsese is now the most-nominated living director. His 10 surpasses those of Steven Spielberg.
  • Another record: three female directors saw their movies nab Best Picture nominations — Celine Song with Past Lives, Great Gerwig with Barbie and Justine Triet with Anatomy of a Fall — the first time that’s ever happened.
  • Indiana Jones and the Dial Of Destiny composer John Williams has became both the oldest-ever nominee (at 91) and the most-nominated person alive, with an astounding 54 noms over the years. Only Walt Disney has more.

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Who Will Win?

In the Best Actor category, it is shaping up as a real race between Oppenheimer’s Cillian Murphy and Paul Giamatti for The Holdovers, but Jeffrey Wright, Bradley Cooper and Colman Domingo also turned in strong performances.

Best Actress has long been thought to be Gladstone’s race to lose. Today’s nominations likely didn’t change that.

Best Supporting Actor will be a fascinating one to watch. Sterling K. Brown, Robert De Niro, Gosling and Ruffalo all turned in strong work, but then there is Robert Downey Jr, delivering what might be the best performance of his career in Oppenheimer.

The Best Supporting Actress category also bears watching. The frontrunner is Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who grounds The Holdovers as the boarding-school cook grieving the death of her student son in Vietnam; Danielle Brooks in The Color Purple, America Ferrara in Barbie, Emily Blunt in Oppenheimer and Nyad‘s Jodie Foster make this a competitive field.

See our full Oscar nomination analysis and prediction piece here.

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When Are The Final Oscar Votes Due?

Academy members will cast their final votes from February 22-27.

Where Will The Ceremony Take Place?

The Academy Awards again will be handed out at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

Who Are This Year’s Oscar Presenters?

The first batch of presenters named includes Zendaya, Nicolas Cage, Jamie Lee Curtis, Brendan Fraser, Matthew McConaughey, Michelle Yeoh, Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Mahershala Ali, Jessica Lange, Ke Huy Quan and Sam Rockwell. It’s traditional to have some of last year’s winners in the big acting categories present those statuettes this year. Michelles Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis and Brendan Fraser all fit that pattern.

How To Watch This Year’s Oscars Online & On TV

Details have not yet been announced, but last year’s show was available on ABC stations and also on ABC.com and the ABC app with authentication and via streaming services carrying ABC, including Hulu Live TV, Fubo TV, YouTube TV and AT&T TV. 

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