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Who Will Win The Oscars In 2023, And How Can You Watch The Ceremony

For you, who will win the oscars in 2023? Following success at a number of precursor events, the eccentric multiverse adventure is the favorite to win the best picture. However, it will face competition from films such as All Quiet on the Western Front and The Banshees of Inisherin, among others.

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For you, who will win the Oscars in 2023? Following success at a number of precursor events, the eccentric multiverse adventure is the favorite to win the best picture.
However, it will face competition from films such as All Quiet on the Western Front and The Banshees of Inisherin, among others.
In the acting categories, the frontrunners are Austin Butler, Brendan Fraser, Cate Blanchett, and Michelle Yeoh.
Three of the four acting categories were too close to call in the 2023 awards season, making it one of the most unpredictable in recent years.
Winners at other major ceremonies, such as the SAG Awards, Baftas, and Golden Globes, have varied, and there is no consensus on who will win at the Oscars as a result.

Who Is Hosting The Academy Awards?

Jimmy Kimmel will host the 95th Academy Awards from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
The chat show host will be hosting the Academy Awards for the third time. He presided over the 2018 event most recently.
Jimmy Kimmel (left) last hosted the Oscars in 2018, when Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water won best picture
Jimmy Kimmel (left) last hosted the Oscars in 2018, when Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water won best picture
The American comic is probably trying to forget the other time the ceremony descended into chaos after the wrong best picture winner was announced.
Kimmel joked about the Dolby Theatre's red carpet changing color for the first time since 1960 during a media call on Wednesday.
Referring to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at last year's Oscars, Kimmel said:
People have been asking if there's going to be any trouble this year, is there going to be any violence this year? I certainly hope not. But if there is, I think the decision to go with a champagne carpet rather than a red carpet shows how confident we are that no blood will be shed.- Kimmel
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the decision to change the carpet's color was made for practical reasons. Organizers will be able to "transition more seamlessly from daytime arrivals to an elegant evening setting" with the new one.

How To View The Oscars

The Oscars will be broadcast live on ABC in the United States. The ceremony will also be streamed live on the network's website and app.
Sky will broadcast the ceremony simultaneously on four of its channels in the United Kingdom: Sky Arts, Sky News, Sky Showcase, and Sky Cinema Oscars.
Cate Blanchett is nominated for best leading actress for her performance in Tár
Cate Blanchett is nominated for best leading actress for her performance in Tár
Unlikely, this means that British viewers will be able to watch the Oscars on Freeview and Freesat. It will also be available on the Now streaming service (formerly Now TV).
On Sunday, the ceremony begins at 17:00 PT / 20:00 ET. It begins at midnight in the United Kingdom when Sunday becomes Monday.
The awards are supposed to be given out over three hours, but the ceremony is always at least 30 minutes late.

Who Will Be Presenting At The Academy Awards?

Traditionally, the four acting Oscar winners from the previous year return to present the awards to their successors.
Three of the winners from 2022 are returning this year – Jessica Chastain, Ariana DeBose, and Troy Kotsur – but the fourth, Will Smith, is not because he has been barred from attending the Oscars for ten years.
Harrison Ford, Nicole Kidman, Samuel L Jackson, Dwayne Johnson, Zoe Saldaa, Sigourney Weaver, John Travolta, Emily Blunt, Jennifer Connelly, and Florence Pugh are among the other celebritiespresenting categories this year.

Oscars 2023: Who is expected to win the top awards?

Interestingly, Halle Berry has been invited to speak as well. She is still the only woman of color to win best leading actress at the Oscars, but Yeoh could be the second.
Paul Dano, Andrew Garfield, Cara Delevingne, Kate Hudson, Michael B Jordan, Jonathan Majors, Mindy Kaling, Eva Longoria, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Andie MacDowell, and Riz Ahmed are among the other category presenters.
Antonio Banderas, Elizabeth Banks, Hugh Grant, Salma Hayek Pinault, Melissa McCarthy, Halle Bailey, Janelle Monáe, Questlove, Elizabeth Olsen, and Pedro Pascal will join them.

Who Are The Betting Favorites To Win?

The variation at the many precursor ceremonies has made this year's winners the most difficult to predict in a long time.
The only acting category award predictions that are certain are for Everything Everywhere All At Once star Ke Huy Quan to win best-supporting actor.
Otherwise, everything is up for grabs. Brendan Fraser (The Whale) and Austin Butler (Elvis) have both won numerous best actor awards at other major events, and either could win the Academy Award.
Another dead heat exists in the actress category, with Michelle Yeoh (Everything, Everywhere, All At Once) gaining late momentum and challenging early frontrunner Cate Blanchett (Tár).
The best supporting actress is arguably the most competitive of the acting categories, with Angela Bassett (Wakanda Forever), Kerry Condon (The Banshees of Inisherin), and Jamie Lee Curtis all competing (Everything Everywhere All At Once).

What Will Be Named The Best Picture?

Everything Everywhere All At Once is the clear frontrunner at this point, having won nearly every major precursor required - with the notable exception of Bafta.
The British Academy was far less enthusiastic about the film than American audiences, and All Quiet on the Western Front received far more awards.
The World War One epic is the bookies' second favorite to win the Academy Award for Best Picture, followed by The Banshees of Inisherin.
A preferential ballot is used to select the best picture, with Academy members ranking the ten nominated films from favorite to least favorite.
This means that a film with passionate support from a vocal but small segment of the Academy may lose out to a film that pleased a larger number of voters overall.
Top Gun: Maverick, for example, could be a dark horse in the best picture race due to a large number of second and third-place votes it is likely to have received.

Who Is The Performer?

Rihanna will take the Academy Awards stage exactly one month after her electrifying Super Bowl performance. Lift Me Up (from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever), which is nominated for best original song, will be performed by her.
The most likely winner in that category is Naatu Naatu (from RRR), which will be performed by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava at the ceremony.
This Is A Life (from Everything Everywhere All At Once) will be performed by David Byrne, Son Lux, and Stephanie Hsu, while Applause will be performed by Diane Warren and Sofia Carson (from Tell It Like a Woman).
Despite earlier reports that she would not, Lady Gaga will perform Hold My Hand (from Top Gun: Maverick), the fifth nominee in the category, on Sunday.
In addition, Lenny Kravitz will perform during the In Memoriam segment, which honors film figures who have died in the last year.

Why Are The Oscars Known As The Oscars?

These are officially known as the Academy Awards, but they have been affectionately referred to as the Oscars for decades.
There are three possibilities. One is the late US columnist Sidney Skolsky, who claimed to have invented the award's moniker.
Bette Davis claimed that the name came from her observation that the statuette's backside resembled that of her husband, Harmon Oscar Nelson.
The most popular theory, however, is one advanced by former Academy librarian Margaret Herrick, who claimed that the golden statuette resembled her uncle Oscar.
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