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Watch Oscars 2017: How to watch 89th Academy Awards

The Watch Oscars 2017 89th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, will honor the best films of 2016 and will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 26, 2017

Watch Oscars 2017 Going from a week to a little more than Oscar – and adjusting Academy members’ votes to close on Tuesday – EW arrives on February 26th to give the best estimates of how things will be shaken. Now, most of the loncas (producers, directors and actors) have voted, we are expecting a few surprises in the big night. Fourteen-time nominee La La Land, the grandeur of the fence with much love to go to show. Continue reading to continue and download the voting compass to give you votes.

Watch Oscars 2017

Watch Oscars 2017

Best Picture: La La Land
Tom Hanks could argue that La La Land is bestowed the Best Film award when he tells a crowd at the Telluride Film Watch Oscars 2017 Festival that Filmin is “brand new” and “something you can not imagine.” The $ 30 million musical went above $ 125 million in theaters in North America, dancing in almost every room in the heart of the Academy, and received prizes from the Union of Directors and Producers of Directors. La La Land has a red color – it has failed to be nominated for the Screen Actors Guild for Best Ensemble, the best team for the best picture paintings over the last 20 years, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has some problems with it – Does not stop the waltz.

Best Director: Damien Chazelle, La La Land
Damien Chazelle’s work on La La Land is considered Best Director’s sculpture, with his ability to tell visual storytelling, the authentic performances he has received from stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, and the increasing musical numbers and ability to cut emotional moments on the ground. Although there is a strong work for each candidate, it will not be one of the youngest 32-year-olds to be the youngest Best Director ever. The real threat of Barry Jenkins is the rich, restricted Moonlight.

Best Actor: Denzel Washington, Fences
Casey Affleck’s impressive restriction in Manchester in Manchester was the performance of the year. However, the ongoing titles and questions about sexual assault past allegations (denied by Affleck) may have stayed with the star in 2017. Denzel Washington watched the Oscar luck with great luck after winning the best actor at the SAG Awards last month. Although Affleck was not the best actor in the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, he returned slightly back with a win at the BAFTA Awards last week, not against Washington, but Fences star entered on February 26th.

Best Actress: Emma Stone, La La Land
It’s been a good year for women on film. Ruth Negga’s Loved in Natalie Portman’s bored pain in Jackie and the Best Actress field have complex and nuanced characters. But the real race is Isabelle Huppert because of her dark, morally dark role in Elle and Emma Stone for her sweet, affectionate performance in La La Land. It has a stone edge. The Academy has an increased appreciation for what it does, the real ability and precision needed. Plus, the only actress nominated for Best Film. And it should be important this year.

Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis, Fences
Viola. Viola. Viola. She might have won in the best actress category, but running in the field can make her win. The three-time nominee does not act fake as the heart of the Fences. The biggest contest is due to the unmatched performance of Michelle Williams in Manchester by the Midnight, a short-lived short-lived loss in screen quality.