Meeting discusses Coronas impact on Oscar next year


The academy’s 54 governors are likely to delay the next celebration by up to eight weeks, in recognition of the fact that the Coruna virus has not yet receded.

The 93rd Academy Awards have been scheduled for February 28, but the Corona pandemic has left chaos in Hollywood, with theaters closed all over America, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Production and post-production works for films that were due to be released by the end of the year were also disrupted, and elite film festivals, such as those in Cannes and Venice, which were often launch pads for contestants were also disrupted.

It recorded the highest three days of reported injuries in California this month, according to some experts, and may rise again with the “second wave” before the end of the year.

Referees are not expected to determine the shape of the ceremony yet – in person or by default – as they feel they still have time to see how things will work out.

Although they are largely unusual, these moves by the academy are not new. The Academy Awards have been postponed three times before, due to the Los Angeles flood in 1938, after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr in 1968, and after the attempted assassination of former President Ronald Reagan in 1981.


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