With only months away from Oscars 2017 Live Stream the momentous 89th Academy Awards, Oscars predictions are popping up everywhere. Apart from the glitz and glamor of the red carpet, viewers are anticipating who among the stars will receive the Oscar 2017 Trophy.
Event: Oscar 2017 Live
Date: 26th February 2017
Place: Hollywood district of Los Angeles, United States
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Business Insider believes that “La La Land” is the easy choice, while “Lion” is not far behind.The Best Actor awards category of the upcoming Oscar 2017 Academy Awards includes Casey Affleck from “Manchester By The Sea,” Warren Beatty from Rules Don’t Apply,” Andrew Garfield from “Hacksaw Ridge,” Ryan Gosling from La La Land,” and Denzel Washington from “Fences. 17 women are are contending for the Best Actress 2017 Oscar trophy namely: Jennifer Lawrence from “Passengers, Rachel Weisz from DenialAmy Adams from Nocturnal Animals,” Sally Field from Hello, My Name Is Doris,Rebecca Hall from “Christine,” Susan Sarandon from The Meddler.Marion Cotillard from Allied Kate Beckinsal
e from “Love & Friendship,” Jessica Chastain from “Miss Sloane,” Isabelle Huppert from “Elle,” Meryl Streep from Florence Foster Jenkins,” Taraji Henson from “Hidden Figures,” Amy Adams from Arrival,” Ruth Negga from “Loving,” Annette Bening from “20th Century Women,” Emma Stone from “La La Land,” and Natalie Portman from “Jackie.” FiThe Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced a shortlist of nine pictures competing for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Oscars, and there are some surprising Oscar Award 2017 Live omissions.Chiefly, Elle, directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Isabelle Huppert, has not made the cut, despite being one of the best and most talked about films of the year.
A complex and twisting drama about a stoic businesswoman’s life immediately after she is raped, it recently came third in a poll of 163 critics on their favourite films of 2016.Huppert landed Best Actress at the New York and Los Angeles film critics group and Gotham Awards, and both she and the film have Golden Globe nominations.