With red carpet arrivals included, it’s the first time that a broadcaster is providing such comprehensive programming.
Expect to see the likes of E!’s Giuliana Rancic hosting Live from the Red Carpet and as if that’s not enough, fans can get in the mood for Entertainment’s top night by watching past Oscar nominated and winning titles, every evening, such as Gravity and 12 Years a Slave.
Boyhood, Birdman and American Sniper will battle it out at the American bash. Meanwhile, in the running for the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role is Steve Carell for his captivating role as John E. du Pont, in the biographical drama Foxcatcher.
The film is based on the tragic events surrounding multimillionaire wrestling enthusiast, Du Pont, in his efforts to train a team for the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
Foxcatcher will be screened on OSN Movies Box Office HD from 20 February. Also, hoping to clinch the same award are Bradley Cooper in American Sniper, Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game and Michael Keaton in Birdman. Other nominated movies currently available on OSN include Whiplash, The Judge and Gone Girl.
How I Met Your Mother actor Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the start-studded ceremony.
The categories to win are: Documentary Short Subject Film Editing Original Song Production Design Animated Short Film Live Action Short Film Sound Editing Animated Feature Film Documentary Feature Sound Mixing Visual Effects Actor Actress Supporting Actor Supporting Actress Cinematography Costume Design Directing Foreign Language Film Makeup and Hairstyling Original Score Adapted Screenplay Original Screenplay Picture
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Nimesh Feb 23, 2015 01:20 am
Shame that OSN has placed it in their most premium package, it is not part of the Premier package I have and therefore, no oscar for us on TV this year. Such a money minded move! Getting rid of OSN right away. Hello NetFlix and all the internet based entertainment.