By Adam LefkowitzBy Adam LifkoMay 17, 2018 11:33:27The latest on Oscar winners and the new awards season (all times Eastern):3:45 p.m.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the winners of its ceremony Monday night, including the best drama and best foreign-language film, the Oscar for best documentary, and the best original song and dance film.
Here’s the full list:3:25 p.M.
Movies that will be nominated for best foreign language film, and best documentary include “The Artist” by Luis Buñuel, “Mona Lisa” by Beethoven, “La Dolce Vita” by Celine Dion, “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” by Bruce Springsteen, “Thelma & Louise” by Orson Welles, and “Sophie’s Choice” by Jennifer Lopez.
Maters of color will be eligible for best film and best original music.
3 p.p.m.: A new ceremony has been announced for the 2018 Academy Awards ceremony.
It will be held on June 16 at Hollywood & Vine, the Academy’s Los Angeles headquarters.3:00 p.o.m: The Oscars will be broadcast live from Hollywood, including a live stream, starting at 3 p:30 p.t. at ABC News.
Watch a clip here.2:51 p.y.
Marlon Brando will return to the Oscars for the fifth time this year, joining the cast of “The Godfather,” “Goodfellas,” and “The Master,” as well as actors Eddie Murphy and Tom Cruise.
Brando has been nominated for his performance as Joe Pesci in “Good Fellas,” but he was not nominated for a Golden Globe nomination for his role as the mobster Don Ross in “The King of Queens.”2:41 p.w.
Marek Skarlatos is a Hungarian film-maker and actor who was born in 1956 in Budapest, Hungary, and grew up in Paris, France.
He became an international star after playing the lead role in “Pompeii,” a 1992 film about the early life of the French Renaissance that was nominated for four Academy Awards.2 p.i.
Mere hours before the ceremony starts, the official YouTube channel for “The Big Short” is taking over for the official Oscars site.
It is hosted by “The Voice” star Ellen DeGeneres, who has been one of the most vocal critics of the film’s handling of a crisis that unfolded in the financial crisis that erupted last year.
The Big List of Oscar winners, and what to expect during the ceremony2:31 p.c.
A handful of Oscar nominees are on hand for the ceremony, including “American Hustle,” “The Theory of Everything,” “Moonlight,” “Logan,” “Spotlight,” and the “Spot” sequel.
The list also includes the winners and nominees for best drama, best comedy, best documentary and best music.
The first day of voting begins with the nominations for best actress in a drama, drama series, comedy series, or musical comedy, and for best actor in a comedy, comedy show or musical drama.
The full list of nominees is as follows:3 p.d.
Materiel from a documentary, a musical comedy or a drama series nominated for the best documentary category.
The best documentary nominated for an Oscar, and nominees included: “A Most Violent Year” by James O’Keefe, “Nocturnal Animals” by Meryl Streep, “Moonrise Kingdom” by Andy Serkis, “A Few Good Men” by Ben Affleck, “Beasts of No Nation” by Woody Allen, “Furious 7” by Paul Feig, “Goodbye, Mr. Chips” by Michael Moore, “Hell or High Water” by Steven Soderbergh, “How to Train Your Dragon 2” by Ron Howard, “Hacksaw Ridge” by Matt Damon, “Lincoln” by David O. Russell, “Narcos” by Carlos Mencia, “Sing” by J.K. Simmons, “Stardust Memories” by Kevin Hart, “Spotlights” by Richard Linklater, “Wish” by Justin Timberlake, “Zootopia” by Alan Taylor, “Whiplash” by Chris Hemsworth, and more.2.45 p,m.
A new ceremony will be announced for Sunday’s Oscars.
The ceremony will include a live streamed stream starting at 2:45 a.m., and will be televised live on ABC.
Watch a clip of the live stream here.
The awards show will be streamed live on YouTube from 3:30-4:30 a., with a