2021 oscars producers say nominees are not allowed to attend virtually

2021 Oscars Producers Say Nominees Are Not Allowed to Attend Virtually

No zoom is allowed for the 2021 Oscars.

Although the 2020 Emmys and the 2021 Golden Globes saw many winners make speeches from the comfort of their couch, this year’s Oscars would return in person.

The producers of the 93rd annual Oscars –Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher And Jessie Collins– A joint email sent to Oscar nominees on Thursday, March 18, received by Eise! News. The letter explained the rules and expectations for the April 25 ceremony and emphasized that the event could be safely carried out during the coronovirus epidemic.

The academy plans to host “an intimate, one-man show” at Union Station in Los Angeles, with some lively moments taking place at Hollywood’s Dolby Theater, the show’s traditional venue.

The note clearly states, “Due to the constant uneasiness about scheduling or travel none of you may attend, we want you to know that there will not be an option to zoom in for the show.”

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