Who will win the Academy Awards 2021?
The Academy Awards are the most important awards in the film industry. The whole world is looking towards Hollywood that night and follows the Academy Awards 2021. bet-at-home guarantees top bets on the Academy Awards 2021 with top betting odds. Who will win an Oscar? And which film will sweep the board? Bet on the Academy Awards now!
The Oscar, 34 centimetres tall and weighing almost four kilogrammes, is awarded in 24 categories. However, most attention is turned to the “Big Five”: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Screenplay. The Oscar winners are chosen by the members of the Academy. Members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences include actors, producers, directors etc. from all over the world. They have time to vote for their favourite until one week prior to the ceremony. Since 1941, the winners of the Academy Awards have been kept secret until the official ceremony. The award winners‘ names are kept in sealed envelopes by an American accounting firm until they are revealed during the ceremony. Even the golden statuette is only engraved once the winner has been announced. You can find the best Oscar bets with top odds each year at bet-at-home. Who will win an Oscar in 2021? Detailed info about the event and betting tips from our experts can also be found in the bet-at-home blog.
A look back at the Oscars 2020
The 92nd Academy Awards were held on 9 February 2020 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The South Korean social satire “Parasite” swept the board with four Academy Awards. Bong Joon-ho’s film prevailed, partly unexpected, in the categories Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best International Feature Film. It was the first award for a non-English language film in the category Best Picture. The comic adaptation “Joker” led the field of favourites with eleven nominations, but only won two golden boys eventually. One of them, however, was given to Joaquin Phoenix for Best Actor. Reneé Zellweger was honoured as Best Actress for her performance in “Judy”. The Academy Awards in the categories Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress went to Brad Pitt (“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”) and Laura Dern (“Marriage Story”).
A look back at the Oscars 2019
The 91st Academy Awards took place on 24 February 2019 as usual at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. For the first time since 1989, there was no official host at the Academy Awards. The Oscars were awarded in 24 categories. The Oscar nominees were announced on 22 January 2019. The award for “Green Book” in the category Best Picture caused the biggest surprise. However, those actors, who had already been counted among the favourites after the announcement of the Oscar nominations, prevailed in the categories Best Actor/Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor/Best Supporting Actress, namely Olivia Coleman, Rami Malek, Regina King and Mahershala Ali. The musical highlight at the Oscar ceremony 2019 was Lady Gaga’s and Bradley Cooper’s performance of their song “Shallow” from “A Star Is Born”. The well-known singer was also awarded an Oscar for the song.