The Oscars: Tonight Starting at 7:00 – Only on ABC40
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) — It’s Hollywood’s night to shine as the 85th Academy Awards – The Oscars – are held Sunday night at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.
Part of this year’s ceremony will feature a salute to music. Adele is set to perform her nominated theme from “Skyfall” and Barbra Streisand sings for the first time at the Oscars in 36 years.
There will also be a tribute to the James Bond movie series, which is marking its 50th anniversary.
It’s also going to be an incredible opportunity for six young film students who have the chance not only to attend the Oscars, but to share the stage with some of the industry’s biggest names.
Along with all the glitz, glamour and celebrities at the Oscars tonight you might also catch a glimpse of these lucky students.
Oscar producers and this year’s host, Seth McFarlane decided to inspire young filmmakers, asking them to submit a video on how they would contribute to the future of movies.
So instead of models, this year it will be one of the six winners of “The Oscar Experience College Search” handing Oscars to the celebrity presenters.
You can catch the 85th Academy Awards right here on ABC40. Our coverage starts at 7:00 p.m.
Be sure to download the Oscars app.
- Access info on nominees, movie trailers, exclusive videos, and photos
- Watch hosted specials on fashion and nominated films and actors
- Cast and share your virtual ballot with My Picks
- Watch your favorite celebrities as they walk the Red Carpet
- Follow the winners backstage in the Dolby Theatre
- See the stars mingle on Hollywood’s biggest night
On OSCAR SUNDAY, get the ultimate insider’s look with our exclusive Backstage Pass. We have over a dozen LIVE backstage and Red Carpet video streams to give you the best view of the action. It’s the perfect companion to have when watching the show on ABC.
Also on Sunday, Follow the action in “Watch Mode” as our correspondents guide you through the ultimate Oscar Experience. If you’d prefer to call your own shots, switch to “Direct Mode” to control what cameras to view.
There’s still time to cast your Oscars ballot. Submit your winning choices via the My Picks game and share your results and see how you stack up against your Facebook friends.
For all your latest Oscars news, log on to oscars.com