The Oscars 2019 marks the 91st edition of the biggest night in film. It follows a monumental year for the industry, which saw calls for action from a list of Hollywood attendees. This year’s Golden Globe and Academy Award ceremonies served as direct responses to the industry’s attitude towards women, with the Time’s Up campaign ruling both the red carpet and acceptance speeches.
Now, as we await the Oscars 2019, excitement is mounting and speculation is swirling. Who will be nominated? Who will deliver the speech of the night? And will it be as hard hitting as Frances McDormand’s “inclusion rider” reference this year?
You’ll have to stay tuned for definitive answers. Meanwhile, learn all there is is to know so far below.
Who is hosting the Oscars 2019?
Kevin Hart has been announced as the official host for the 2019 Oscar Awards and will be continuing from Jimmy Kimmel’s two-year run as host in 2017 and 2018. The comedian took to Instagram to share the news and excitement with followers: “I am so happy to say that the day has finally come for me to host the Oscars. I am blown away simply because this has been a goal on my list for a long time”.
Where are the Oscars 2019 hosted?
In keeping with over a decade’s tradition, the ceremony will be hosted at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles.
When are the Oscar nominations 2019 announced?
Nominations for this year’s categories will be announced on Tuesday 22 January 2019.
How can I keep up with the Oscars 2019 on the night?
Follow live updates – from the red-carpet arrivals and the winners to the moments you need to see inside the ceremony and at the after parties – on Vogue.co.uk and on the British Vogue, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.