The 84th Academy Awards® takes place on Sunday, 26th February at the theatre formerly known as the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles.
According to the official site red carpet live will start at midnight Irish time with the ceremony scheduled to start at 1:30am and conclude at 4:30am on Monday, 27th February.
Irish eyes will be on the the teams behind Pentecost and The Shore both nominated in the Best Short Film Live Action category, as well as Belfast-born Kenneth Branagh up for Best Supporting Actor for My Week With Marilyn and the multi-nominated Albert Nobbs, which was shot in Ireland. The film has also been nominated in the Make Up category recognizing the work of Matthew Mungle, and Martial Corneville and our very own Lynn Johnston.
We’ll also be rooting for Tom Johnson of Ardmore Sound who’s up for nomination for Best Sound Mixing for War Horse alongside Peter J. Devlin for his work on Transformers Dark of the Moon.
Please manually refresh this page during the ceremony for updates.
Welcome to Harvey Weinstein’s Oscars
1.35 First Oscar – for great hair
1. 50 Help – Billy Crystal reminds me of a horse with no name
Best Achievement for senile old tyrant – Iron Lady
No – that should’ve been Nobbs
humans on sky think how amazing it is that Streep looked like Thatcher – it’s like the 1970s on ITV all over again
Best Costume Design goes to The Artist -Weinstein locomotive leaves the station
…have a little bit of a crush on Sandra Bullock; is that wrong.. ?
what is Bale on about…? He seems to act more in real life than on film – hopefully Bane sorts him out
Oscar in effect – awful film – ape, ape ape,
imagine the last bit of gravel on Bradley Cooper’s face as he begs for air in a shallow grave
Ok Oscar for cinematography goes to Hugo – fair enough
Best foreign language film is A Separation – go Iran (congrats to Ehud Barak)
We want Peter J. Devlin & Tom Johnson for next one
Hugo again for Sound Mixing – Peter Devlin nominated for Transformers – & Tom Johnson for War Horse… well done
Robert Downey – plastic comeback for the masses
Pina – Pina – Pina
Oscar Animation – Rango – a tad predictable and not one the young lad would agree with – luckily he’s in bed and cares more about the cat than all this pomp
obvious for next – predict Plummer…
but personally would give this one to the ape…
everyone needs a plumber… Oscar for Supporting Actor to Christopher Plummer – nowt wrong there
Original Score goes to Ludovic Bource for Harvey Weinstein’s The Artist
…getting bored now
Muppets win and that man from the Tv show on – I want my childhood back
Best Adapted Screenplay goes to The Descendants: never that impressed with that film.. predictable fare
Best Original Screenplay – Woody Allen for Midnight in Paris – would watch that again. Welcome to Jazz Club
John Williams – 47 … that man who lives nest door –
Massive congrats to The Shore for Oscar and well done to Pentecost for nomination – that’s certainly woken me up – tremendous stuff. Get In…
After celebrating – Oscar for Best Animated Short goes to The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
Best Director goes to Michel Hazanavicius for The Artist – mmmm – great film but best director…?
Best Actor –
Colin Firth – lovely man
Best Actress –
Best Decision –
Go to bed