From the worst ever Oscar winners to a recap of the most unlikely Oscar nominees, we’ve got everything you need to see you through to the Academy Awards. Take a look at the films we think have a chance of bagging gold and becoming an Academy Award winner this year, and keep reading for more 2017 Oscars predictions and news...
When are the Oscars?
The next Academy Awards will take place on February 26 2017.
Where are the Oscars?
The annual awards ceremony takes place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The event has been held there every year since 2002.
When are the Oscar nominations revealed?
We will find out who's in the running for the Oscars 2017 on January 24.
Who is hosting the 89th Annual Academy Awards?
Chris Rock presented the awards ceremony in 2016, but a host is yet to be confirmed for 2017.
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