The 96th installment of the Oscar awards which will take place on March 10 from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles will be broadcast live for Latin America through the channel TNT and Max (ex HBO Max), the platform that will be launched on February 27 in the region, the organization reported.
What will the coverage of the 2024 Oscars be like?
In Latin America, complete coverage of the Oscars will begin with the Punto de Encuentro pre-show on TNT and Max on March 10 at 7:00 p.m. (Argentina). Live from Los Angeles, Axel Kuschevatzky and Lety Sahagun They will experience the excitement of the gala by interviewing the celebrities of the night as they walk the carpet, providing all the information about the intimacy of the award ceremony. Comments during the broadcast will be provided by Ileana Rodriguez and Rafael Sarmientoand the translation of Coianis Flower.
Who are the nominees for the 2024 Oscars?
The Academy’s list of nominees, which was announced on January 23, revealed that “Oppenheimer”the acclaimed biopic about the “father of the atomic bomb” directed by the English filmmaker Christopher Nolanis the great favorite with presence in 13 categories, followed by “Poor creatures” with 11 and “The Moon Killers” with 10.
The final list of this edition, as usually happens, brought some striking omissions, such as those of Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie in the categories of Best Director and Best Actress, after the overwhelming year they had with “Barbie.”
There are also some curiosities, such as the nomination of Lily Gladstone for “The Moon Killers” in the category of Best Actress, the first in history for a Native American performer; or the tenth candidacy for Martin Scorsese for Best Direction, overcoming the tie that united him to Steven Spielberg.
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