The most important ceremonies in Hollywood cinemas will be held in person at the Dolby Theater and Los Angeles Union Station on Sunday, April 25.
In the past year, the coronavirus pandemic has turned the awards ceremony into a large Zoom party, where famous nominees opened a window to the world for their homes, families and sofas. Now, two months later than the original date (February), the American Film Institute has proposed to restore the face-to-face format at the American Film Institute. Oscar Awards 93rd EditionWill be held at the traditional Dolby Theater and Los Angeles Railway Station Union Station on April 25, 2021 (Sunday)
This Oscars 2021 It seems to use the development of mixed vaccination and the world accustomed to masks, physical distance and diagnostic tests to rally again In situ Show the most well-known faces in the international film industry. Therefore, this year, anyone who wants to win the Oscars must attend the awards ceremony and invite the nominations and awards ceremony (18 filmmakers) to participate. Before that night, they will have to have a quarantine period and have also undergone several tests for covid-19. As we all know, the Dolby Theatre has a capacity of 170 people, and attendees must rotate during the awards ceremony.
For fashionistas, the good news is Oscars 2021 red carpet. Of course, it will be as small as everything else. Actors expected to have confirmed attendance include: Brad Pitt, Zendaya, Rita Moreno, Joaquin Phoenix, Harrison Ford, Laura Dern, Regina King, Marlee Matlin, Renée Zellweger, Angela Bassett, Halle Berry, Bong Joon Ho, Don Cheadle and Bryan Cranston.
Where to see the Oscars in 2021
The pandemic has changed many things, but the start time of the Oscars this year has not changed. As usual, it is 2:00 Spanish time. As always, Movistar+ will air on Sunday at 23:30, while the red carpet will air at 00:30.Everything that happens can be tracked Live on the ELPAÍS website, Which will extensively introduce the ceremony and its preview.
U.S. Oscars 2021 schedule
In Latin America, with the help of the TNT channel, you can watch the Oscars in Spanish, where they prepared a special program entitled Meeting point And all the details of the awards show.
These are local times:
- Colombia: 20:00.
- Ecuador: 8:00 pm
- Peru: 8:00 pm
- Mexico: 7:00 pm
- Chile: 22:00h.
- Argentina: 22:00h.
- Brazil: 22:00h.