2011 Oscar Awards, also known as the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, is an annual event in which they will honor the best films of 2010. Some call it “The Biggest Movie Event of the Year.” Popular Big stars, big movie films will gather into one place and the live broadcast will be watched all over the world .
So, Who do you think will win the “Best Picture” award? Find out who will bring home the bacon and who will be the star of the night?
The 83rd Academy Awards ceremony will take place on February 27, 2011 8PM ET/5M PT at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.
It will be televised in the United States on ABC. Actors James Franco and Anne Hathaway will co-host the ceremony, marking the first time for each. (Source)
Nominations for the 2010 awards were announced last January 25, 2011. The King’s Speech received the most nominations with twelve (12). True Grit followed with ten (10) and then The Social Network and Inception, with eight (8) each. Toy Story 3, the highest grossing film of 2010, became the third animated film to be nominated for Best Picture; it is also nominated for four (4) other awards including Best Animated Feature.
Stunning actresses and actors are on the red carpet again wearing their best outfits for the night. Witness who will wear the best and worst dresses of the event as this will be criticized by the opportunists media. So don’t miss the biggest movie event of the year, The 2011 Academy Awards live on February 27, 2011 5M PT/8PM ET on ABC and on your other favorite TV channels.
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UPDATE: The complete list of the 2011 Oscar Awards Winners and Results can be found at the link provided.
The red carpet presentation and the Oscar Awards ceremony will be aired and streamed live by different sources. Check the live streaming sites below:
- ABC at Oscar.go.com will broadcast the event live on TV and on the internet for live stream coverage for internet users around the world. Check it out this Sunday 2 hours before the event 3PM PT/6PM ET.
- CNN Live
- Livestream.com and AP – The Associate Press
- The Academy Facebook page
- APLive Facebook page