How to Get Ready for Oscars Weekend

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Hollywood is buzzing, and the 2024 Oscars are about to light up your weekend! It’s the night when stars shine brightest, and this year’s show is packed with amazing films, stellar performances, and a dash of dazzle. So, grab your popcorn, and let’s dive into the essentials you need to know for Oscar night!

The Fabulous Films and Stars Vying for Gold

This year’s Oscars are all about variety, with movies and actors from around the globe getting a nod. Categories like Best Picture and Best Actor are hot topics, and the International Feature Film section is like a world tour of cinema—chock-full of entries from Italy to Japan!

Major Contenders and a Nod to LGBTQ+ Pride

The race is on with top-notch nominees like Annette Bening lighting up the screen in Nyad. Plus, there’s a splash of rainbow pride with LGBTQ+ stories and actors in the spotlight, like the groundbreaking nomination for Colman Domingo.

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Oscar Night: Expect the Unexpected!

The 2024 Oscars promise thrills with a lineup that includes heavy hitters like Killers of a Flower Moon and Barbie. Prepare for an evening brimming with emotion, style, and maybe a surprise or two. Plus, performances from stars like Ariana Grande will add extra sparkle to the night.

Star-Studded Serenades

Get ready for an auditory feast at this year’s Oscars, as a lineup of stellar artists takes the stage to bring the nominated songs to life. Imagine the soulful vibes of Jon Batiste as he performs “It Never Went Away” from American Symphony, followed by the fiery Becky G delivering “The Fire Inside” from Flamin’ Hot. The enchanting duo Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell are set to captivate with “What Was I Made For?” from Barbie, while Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson will team up for a dynamic performance of “I’m Just Ken. Scott George and the Osage Singers will offer a poignant rendition of “Wahzhazhe [A Song For My People]” from Killers of the Flower Moon.

Where to Watch the Nominees

Haven’t seen all the nominated flicks? No worries! Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu are your ticket to a pre-Oscar movie marathon. Whether it’s the gripping tale of Past Lives or the chilling storyline of The Zone of Interest, you’re in for a treat!

No matter where you are, you can be part of the action. Tune in from around the globe, or stream it live on ABC to catch every jaw-dropping moment and glamorous red carpet arrival. Additionally, you can watch live on abc.com and the ABC app or through streaming services such as Hulu Live TV, YouTubeTV, AT&T TV and FuboTV.

Mark Your Calendars!

Remember, the Oscars kick off on March 10 at 7 pm ET. It’s a night of cheers, tears, and cinematic cheers, so be sure to tune in and witness movie magic unfold!

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