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The coveted list of nominees for the Oscar Awards 2017 Live Stream were announced Tuesday morning from Hollywood. “La La Land” led the pack with 14 nominations.Academy unveils big changes for announcing Oscar nominations.

Event: 89th Oscar Award
Date: February 26, 2017
Location: Los Angeles
Official Live/BroadCasting :  oscarawards2017-live-stream.us

Former Oscar nominees, including Jennifer Hudson, Gabourey Sidibe and Guillermo Del Toro, talked about what it was like to find out they were nominated before presenting the nominations for the 89th annual Academy Awards.

Oscar Awards 2017

The Oscars will be awarded on Feb. 26 in a ceremony at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.The nominees for the 89th annual Academy Awards will be announced live at 8:18 a.m. ET on Tuesday, Jan. 24 — and you can watch it here!Unlike previous years, during which the nominations were announced at an early morning press conference, this year’s contenders will be unveiled during a global livestream.

The categories will be announced through videos featuring various members of the Academy, as opposed to a few selected actors. Brie Larson, Jennifer Hudson, Ken Watanabe, Jason Reitman and more will appear in the nomination videos that air on the livestream.Early favorites like La La Land, Moonlight and Manchester by the Sea are expected to make strong showings at the nominations following multiple nods at the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards. Moonlight nabbed the top drama prize at the Globes, while La La Land won for best comedy or musical.On the acting side Oscar Awards 2017 Live Stream, La La Land‘s Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, Manchester‘s Casey Affleck, Jackie‘s Natalie Portman, Fences‘ Viola Davis and Moonlight‘s Mahershala Ali are widely considered strong contenders for nominations.The 89th Academy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, will air live on ABC at 8:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 26.The 2017 Oscar nominations are in! “La La Land” reigns with a record 14 nominations, tying “Titanic” and “All About Eve,” while Meryl Streep earned her 20th nomination, setting the record for most acting nods.

For the first time, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences live streamed the announcement of nominees instead of announcing them in front of a media frenzy. The Academy also gave us a sneak peek at the official trailer for the 89th annual Academy Awards to be held on Sunday, Feb. 26, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on ABC.

Without further ado, here’s full list of nominations for the 2017 Oscars:


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  • “La La Land”
  • “Moonlight”
  • “Manchester by the Sea”
  • “Arrival”
  • “Lion”
  • “Hacksaw Ridge”
  • “Hidden Figures”
  • “Fences”
  • “Hell or High Water”

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  • Casey Affleck, “Manchester by the Sea”
  • Denzel Washington, “Fences”
  • Ryan Gosling, “La La Land”
  • Viggo Mortensen, “Captain Fantastic”
  • Andrew Garfield, “Hacksaw Ridge”“La La Land” was the big story from the nominations announcement for the 89th Academy Awards on Tuesday morning, as it garnered 14 nods, tying “Titanic” and “All About Eve” for the most of any movie in history. The musical’s nominations include best picture, best director for Damien Chazelle, leads Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, and two in one category, best song.

    Other standouts include “Moonlight,” which is up for eight awards, including best picture, director (Barry Jenkins) and supporting awards for Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris. Tied with “Moonlight” is “Arrival,” which wasn’t singled out for acting, but is a contender for production design, cinematography and sound awards, not to mention best picture and director (Denis Villeneuve).“Lion,” “Manchester by the Sea” and “Hacksaw Ridge” also had an impressive showing with six nominations a piece. Notably, Mel Gibson was nominated for his direction of “Hacksaw” after years as a Hollywood pariah. But he’ll have stiff competition in that crowded field.

    The Oscars ceremony, which will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, airs at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 26 on ABC.

    Surprise, stunner, upset — those are three words you probably won’t hear much at this year’s Oscars. Here are three words you’ll probably hear a lot: “La La Land.”Since its premiere at the Venice Film Festival last August, “La La Land” has been hailed as a shoo-in for the Academy Award for best picture. Oscar Awards 2017 Live Stream Starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling as two starry-eyed Los Angelinos, “La La Land” went on to become a critical smash, a $290 million success worldwide and an awards-season juggernaut, earning a record-breaking seven Golden Globes in January. It goes into the Oscars with an impressive 14 nominations — one of only three films ever to do so.

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    • Alright, but what about the other movies? There are nine best picture contenders, you know, and many other acting nominees besides Gosling and Stone. “Moonlight,” Barry Jenkins’ film about a gay African-American man growing up in Miami, has an impressive eight nominations, as does “Arrival,” a science-fiction drama starring Amy Adams as a translator for an alien species. “Jackie,” starring Syosset’s Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy, and “Manchester by the Sea,” starring Casey Affleck as a troubled loner, could each steal an Oscar from “La La Land.” There’s also some unusual excitement in the foreign language category, where the Iranian drama “The Salesman” has become a political football. Its director Oscar Awards 2017 Live, Asghar Farhadi, is boycotting the Oscars to protest America’s recent travel ban against his country and others.These are divisive times. Agreement is hard to come by. Passions on both sides are inflamed. And “Saturday Night Live” is providing some of the most trenchant satire on the matter.We are speaking, of course, about “La La Land.” No film — not Mel Gibson’s bloody Christian war tale “Hacksaw Ridge,” not Paul Verhoeven’s rape drama “Elle” — has sparked the kind of opinion clash that Damien Chazelle’s toe-tapping musical about showbiz dreamers has.It’s not just another day of sun, as the movie’s opening number goes. It’s another day of think pieces.

      “La La Land,” romantic and sincere, might seem an unlikely lightning rod. But that’s the life of the front-runner, which “La La Land” most definitely is. It’s made more than $300 million at the box office, globally (remarkable for a $30 million movie). It matched the record of 14 Academy Awards nominations. It set a new Golden Globes mark with seven wins. And most recently, it triumphed at the British Academy of Film and Television Awards.One of the curious aspects of today’s Oscar season is that the movies that somehow managed to get made and released in franchise-crazy Hollywood and that then somehow rise to the Oscars, aren’t celebrated so much as the Academy Awards nears. Reaching this zenith often means getting torn apart for imperfections, blind spots and — horror of horrors — sub-Astaire dancing.The backlash was inevitable for “La La Land.” It’s just a matter now of whether — as most expect — the tide will turn back in time for the February 26 Oscars. So to help you decide what side you’re on in this most crucial of battles, here’s a rundown of the case against “La La Land.”

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    TOO DERIVATIVESome critics have said that “La La Land,” for all its charms, is a pale impression of the earlier musicals it was inspired by. There are the classic Hollywood backlot musicals like Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse in Vincente Minnelli’s “The Band Wagon” (1953) and, of course, “Singin’ in the Rain” with Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds. Or there’s the on-the-street French musicals of Jacques Demy, like “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg” and “The Young Girls of Rochefort,” which inspired the opening freeway scene of “La La Land.” These were the real-deal originals, they say.Counter: This is one that probably even Chazelle wouldn’t much quibble with. He’s spoken often and with reverence for these and other musicals. “La La Land” is undoubtedly deeply animated by nostalgia, but its characters — and the movie, itself — hinges on finding a contemporary experience with some connection to the classical.

    For others, the song-and-dance skills of Gosling and, to a lesser extent, Stone, aren’t up to the standards of Kelly, Reynolds or Astaire. The pair trained with choreographer Mandy Moore and Gosling learned to play his piano parts without any previous experience on the keys. They may be quick studies, but they aren’t the equals of the musical greats.

    Counter: Well, who is? That’s a high bar to meet Oscar Awards 2017 Live Stream. And part of the appeal of “La La Land” is that its characters, even as they soar, are more down to earth. Besides, the considerable gifts of Stone and Gosling are more than just footwork. They’re a heck of a lot funnier than Astaire, for starters. But it’s probably a good thing that the movie’s two nominated songs will be performed by co-star John Legend, not Gosling or Stone, at the Oscars.

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