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Major Changes Coming To The Oscars In The Future

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For 90 years, the Oscars have showcased some of the biggest talent in film. Over the past few years, viewership for this event has slipped on ABC. While this could spell disaster, management have held meetings to discuss some changes. Fortunately, the Oscars have unveiled these new plans for the film industry.

Marvel’s Time To Shine

It’s no secret that box office hits always get the shaft on the bigger awards. The Academy decided to throw them a bone with a brand new category. Akin to the People’s Choice Awards, this award will celebrate those films that bring the most money. Since Marvel Studios tend to hold it down, it won’t be a surprise if they dominate this category for years.

Kevin Winter

One Heavy February

Over the years, the Oscars have always landed in late February/early March. In 2020, this changes with a February 9th date. With a sudden date change, however, this causes a problem with other award ceremonies. This only gives it a short separation from the Golden Globes and SAG Awards. Other ceremonies, including the Critics’ Choice Awards, will have to move to December.

Kevin Winter

Global Domination

When it comes to the Oscars, people outside of North America honestly don’t seem to care. The Academy is trying to change this by making it a bit more globally inviting than usual. There’s no indication on how they’re doing that, but more details will arrive soon.

Matt Petit

Time Off The Clock

One major complaint about the Oscars involves its length. Over the years, it’s been going well past 11:30 PM on the East Coast. The Academy decided to shorten the overall time for the ceremony. There’s no actual word on start time, but they’re looking to end things at 11 PM.

Kevin Winter

For Big Timers Only

Another criticism about the Oscars has been the airing of smaller award categories. While it’s great to showcase these award wins to a bigger audience, many viewers find it annoying. They’re planning to unveil these minor wins during commercial breaks. Acceptance speeches will be revealed in a condensed manner throughout the show.

Kevin Mazur

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