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<b><img src="http://i48.photobuck...graphic_50.jpg" border="0" class="linked-image" /><img src="http://i48.photobuck...oscar50x63.jpg" border="0" class="linked-image" />
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<!--sizeo:5--><span style="font-size:18pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><!--fonto:Times New Roman--><span style="font-family:Times New Roman"><!--/fonto--><!--coloro:#663366--><span style="color:#663366"><!--/coloro-->Steve Martin, Alec Baldwin To Co-Host Oscars<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--><!--fontc--></span><!--/fontc--><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

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will be Co-Hosts Steve Martin (left) and Alec Baldwin (right)</i><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--><!--fontc--></span><!--/fontc--><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

<!--coloro:indigo--><span style="color:indigo"><!--/coloro--><!--sizeo:1--><span style="font-size:8pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><!--fonto:Arial Narrow--><span style="font-family:Arial Narrow"><!--/fonto-->LOS ANGELES, California<!--fontc--></span><!--/fontc--><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> — Actor/Comedian Steve Martin and Actor Alec Baldwin are taking on the Oscars. The two Hollywood veterans will share hosting duties at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Tuesday, November 3.

Telecast producers Bill Mechanic and Adam Shankman said Martin and Baldwin are <i>"the perfect pair of hosts for the Oscars."</i> The producers have said they hope to resurrect Oscar's ratings and make the show more fun by building on the changes introduced at February's ceremony, which tinkered with the way awards were presented and featured Broadway-style musical interludes.

Bringing in a pair of hosts, while not unprecedented, continues that theme of change. <i>"Very early on, we talked about a pairing as part of our concept of the show, having tradition and also freshness walking hand in hand,"</i> Shankman said in an interview. <i>"Steve anchors it in so much tradition and Alec . . . besides being a former Oscar nominee, he is just hot, hot, hot right now. And the two of them I know adore each other."</i><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

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<!--sizeo:1--><span style="font-size:8pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><!--fonto:Arial Narrow--><span style="font-family:Arial Narrow"><!--/fonto--><!--coloro:cornflowerblue--><span style="color:cornflowerblue"><!--/coloro--><i>Producers Adam Shankman (left) and Bill Mechanic (right)
are the creative team behind the telecast</i><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--><!--fontc--></span><!--/fontc--><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

<!--coloro:indigo--><span style="color:indigo"><!--/coloro-->A pair of hosts helmed the inaugural Oscar ceremony in 1929: Douglas Fairbanks and William DeMille, then president and vice president of the film academy, co-hosted the show. The last time multiple hosts graced the Oscar stage was in 1987, when Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn and Paul Hogan shared hosting duties.

<i>"In the modern television era, this is the first time there will be two co-hosts on the same stage,"</i> academy spokeswoman Leslie Unger said. Hugh Jackman sang and danced as host of last year's Academy Awards, which saw a ratings boost from the previous year. The 41-year-old actor declined to reprise his hosting role before Mechanic and Shankman were named as producers.

<i>"Splitting hosting duties between two funny fellows ups the show's fun factor,"</i> Mechanic said. <i>"It takes a little starch out of the shirts, so to speak. We can move things along more easily by taking out some of the stilted banter that goes on between presenters and let the hosts guide us through the evening."</i><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

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<!--sizeo:1--><span style="font-size:8pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><!--fonto:Arial Narrow--><span style="font-family:Arial Narrow"><!--/fonto--><!--coloro:cornflowerblue--><span style="color:cornflowerblue"><!--/coloro--><i>Steve Martin was the host of the 75th Annual Academy Awards in 2003</i><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--><!--fontc--></span><!--/fontc--><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

<!--coloro:indigo--><span style="color:indigo"><!--/coloro-->Martin has hosted the show twice before, in 2001 and 2003, and has appeared as a presenter several times. Baldwin is a first-timer as Oscar host, but was a co-presenter in 2004. Baldwin, 51, who stars on NBC's <i>"30 Rock,"</i> called the Oscar gig <i>"the opportunity of a lifetime."</i> He was nominated for an Academy Award in 2003 for his supporting role in <i>"The Cooler."</i>

Martin said that he is <i>"happy to co-host the Oscars with my enemy Alec Baldwin."</i> The 64-year-old entertainer is currently on tour in support of his latest banjo album. He and Baldwin share the screen in Nancy Meyers' film, <i>"It's Complicated,"</i> due in theaters next month. Besides the dual-host approach, the 2010 Oscars have already undergone a major makeover. The academy moved its honorary Oscars, often a long-winded affair that bogged down the ceremony, to a separate event in November.

And in the biggest change in decades, the academy doubled the number of best-picture nominees from five to 10. Academy overseers hope that might open the top category to a wider range of films, including commercial movies that could attract more TV viewers. Telecast plans are shaping up well, said Mechanic, who made three promises about the 82nd Academy Awards ceremony on March 7, 2010: <i>"It will be more fun this year, it will be faster this year and it will be the best of the best."</i><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--></b>

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Early Oscars Go To Bacall and Corman
by Sandy Cohen, AP Entertainment Writer


And the Honorary Oscar goes to . . . (L-R) Film Producer/Director Roger
Corman, Actress Lauren Bacall and Cinematographer Gordon Willis


LOS ANGELES, California – The Academy Awards won't be presented until March, but the first Oscar statuettes of the season are set to be handed out the evening of Saturday, November 14 at a private, black-tie dinner in Hollywood. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is breaking with tradition and presenting its honorary Oscars away from the televised ceremony.

Actress Lauren Bacall, Producer/Director Roger Corman and Cinematographer Gordon Willis will each receive Oscar statuettes at the inaugural Governors Awards event. The winner of this year's Irving J. Thalberg Memorial Award, Producer John Calley, will also receive his trophy at the star-studded dinner. Each of the four recipients were chosen by the academy's Board of Governors.

Annette Bening, Tom Hanks, Kirk Douglas, Anjelica Huston and Quentin Tarantino have signed on as presenters for the evening, which will include 600 invited guests celebrating at the Grand Ballroom above the Kodak Theatre. Other guests expected Saturday include Jeff Bridges, James Cameron, Dennis Hopper, Ron Howard and Julie Taymor.



Film Producer John Calley

Academy President Tom Sherak said the Governors Awards event "will be full of memorable moments celebrating (the honorees') accomplishments." Lauren Bacall made her screen debut with Humphrey Bogart in "To Have and Have Not" in 1944. She went on to star in more than 30 films, including classics such as "The Big Sleep" and "Key Largo."

Corman has directed more than 50 films and produced more than 300 during his five-decade career, including "It Conquered the World" and 1960's "The Little Shop of Horrors." Willis is a two-time Academy Award nominee for "Zelig" and "The Godfather, Part III."

Calley's producing credits include "Postcards from the Edge," "Closer," "The Da Vinci Code" and "The Remains of the Day," for which he earned a Best Picture Oscar nomination. The event will be taped but not televised, and excerpts will be shown during "The 82nd Annual Academy Awards" Ceremony on Sunday, March 7, 2010.


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82nd Annual Academy Awards
82nd Annual Academy Awards
82nd Annual Academy Awards
(winners will appear highlighted in red)


Best Motion Picture
"Avatar"
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Producers: James Cameron and Jon Landau

"The Blind Side"
Studio: Warner Bros.
Producers: Broderick Johnson, Andrew Kosove and Gil Netter

"District 9"
Studio: Sony Pictures Releasing
Producers: Peter Jackson and Carolynne Cunningham

"An Education"
Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Producers: Finola Dwyer and Amanda Posey


"The Hurt Locker"
Studio: Summit Entertainment
Producers: Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Nicolas Chartier and Greg Shapiro


"Inglourious Basterds"
Studio: The Weinstein Company
Producer: Lawrence Bender

"Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire"
Studio: Lionsgate
Producers: Lee Daniels, Sarah Siegel-Magness and Gary Magness

"A Serious Man"
Studio: Focus Features
Producers: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, Producers

"Up"
Studio: Walt Disney
Producer: Jonas Rivera

"Up in the Air"
Studio: Paramount in association with Cold Spring Pictures and DW Studios
Producers: Daniel Dubiecki, Ivan Reitman and Jason Reitman


Best Director
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Film: "The Hurt Locker"


Director: James Cameron
Film: "Avatar"

Director: Lee Daniels
Film: "Precious"

Director: Jason Reitman
Film: "Up in the Air"

Director: Quentin Tarantino
Film: "Inglourious Basterds"


Best Leading Actor
Jeff Bridges as Bad Blake in "Crazy Heart"
George Clooney as Ryan Bingham in "Up in the Air"
Colin Firth as George in "A Single Man"
Morgan Freeman as Nelson Mandela in "Invictus"
Jeremy Renner as SSG William James in "The Hurt Locker"


Best Leading Actress
Sandra Bullock as Leigh Anne Tuohy in "The Blind Side"
Helen Mirren as Sofya Tolstoy in "The Last Station"
Carey Mulligan as Jenny in "An Education"
Gabourey Sidibe as Precious in "Precious"
Meryl Streep as Julia Child in "Julie & Julia"


Best Supporting Actor
Matt Damon as Francois Pienaar in "Invictus"
Woody Harrelson as Captain Tony Stone in "The Messenger"
Christopher Plummer as Leo Tolstoy in "The Last Station"
Stanley Tucci as George Harvey in The Lovely Bones"

Christoph Waltz as Col. Hans Landa in "Inglourious Basterds"

Best Supporting Actress
Penélope Cruz as Carla Albanese in "Nine"
Vera Farmiga as Alex Goran in "Up in the Air"
Maggie Gyllenhaal as Jean Craddock in "Crazy Heart"
Anna Kendrick as Natalie Keener in "Up in the Air"

Mo'Nique as Mary Lee Johnston in "Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire"

Best Original Screenplay
Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Written by: Mark Boal


Film: "Inglourious Basterds"
Written by: Quentin Tarantino

Film: "The Messenger"
Written by: Alessandro Camon and Oren Moverman

Film: "A Serious Man"
Written by: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen

Film: "Up"
Screenplay by: Bob Peterson and Pete Docter
Story by: Pete Docter, Bob Peterson and Tom McCarthy


Best Adapted Screenplay
Film: "District 9"
Written by: Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell

Film: "An Education"
Screenplay by: Nick Hornby

Film: "In the Loop"
Screenplay by: Jesse Armstrong, Simon Blackwell, Armando Iannucci and Tony Roche


Film: "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire"
Screenplay by: Geoffrey Fletcher


Film: "Up in the Air"
Screenplay by: Jason Reitman and Sheldon Turner


Best Animated Feature Film
Film: "Coraline"
Director: Henry Selick

Film: "Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Director: Wes Anderson

Film: "Princess and the Frog"
Directors: John Musker and Ron Clements

Film: "The Secret of Kells"
Director: Tomm Moore


Film: "Up"
Director: Pete Docter


Best Foreign Language Film
Film: "Ajami"
Country: (Israel)
Language: Hebrew


Film: "The Milk of Sorrow"
Country: (Peru)
Language: Spanish


Film: "A Prophet"
Country: (France)
Language: French


Film: "El Secreto de Sus Ojos"
English Title: "The Secret in Their Eyes"
Country: (Argentina)
Language: Spanish


Film: "The White Ribbon"
Country: (Germany)
Language: German


Best Documentary Feature
Film: "Burma VJ"
Directors: Anders Østergaard and Lise Lense-Møller


Film: "The Cove"
Directors: Louie Psihoyos and Fisher Stevens


Film: "Food, Inc."
Directors: Robert Kenner and Elise Pearlstein

Film: "The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers"
Directors: Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith

Film: "Which Way Home"
Director: Rebecca Cammisa


Best Documentary Short Subject
Film: "China's Unnatural Disaster: The Tears of Sichuan Province"
Directors: Jon Alpert and Matthew O'Neill

Film: "The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner"
Directors: Daniel Junge and Henry Ansbacher

Film: "The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant"
Directors: Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert


Film: "Music by Prudence"
Directors: Roger Ross Williams and Elinor Burkett


Film: "Rabbit à la Berlin"
Directors: Bartek Konopka and Anna Wydra


Best Live Action Short Film
Film: "The Door"
Directors: Juanita Wilson and James Flynn

Film: "Instead of Abracadabra"
Directors: Patrik Eklund and Mathias Fjellström

Film: "Kavi"
Director: Gregg Helvey

Film: "Miracle Fish"
Directors: Luke Doolan and Drew Bailey


Film: "The New Tenants"
Directors: Joachim Back and Tivi Magnusson


Best Animated Short Film
Film: "French Roast"
Director: Fabrice O. Joubert

Film: "Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty"
Directors: Nicky Phelan and Darragh O’Connell

Film: "The Lady and the Reaper (La Dama y la Muerte)"
Director: Javier Recio Gracia


Film: "Logorama"
Director: Nicolas Schmerkin


Film: "A Matter of Loaf and Death"
Director: Nick Park


Best Original Score
Film: "Avatar"
Composer: James Horner

Film: "Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Composer: Alexandre Desplat

Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Composer: Marco Beltrami and Beck Sanders

Film: "Sherlock Holmes"
Composer: Hans Zimmer


Film: "Up"
Composer: Michael Giacchino


Best Original Song
Song: "Almost There"
Film: "The Princess and the Frog"
Music and Lyric by: Randy Newman

Song: "Down in New Orleans"
Film: "The Princess and the Frog"
Music and Lyric by: Randy Newman

Song: "Loin de Paname"
Film: "Paris 36"
Music and Lyric by: Reinhardt Wagner and Frank Thomas

Song: "Take it All"
Film: "Nine"
Music and Lyric by: Maury Yeston


Song: "Weary Kind"
Film: "Crazy Heart"
Music and Lyric by: Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett


Achievement in Sound Editing
Film: "Avatar"
Sound Editing by: Christopher Boyes and Gwendolyn Yates Whittle


Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Sound Editing by: Paul N.J. Ottosson


Film: "Inglourious Basterds"
Sound Editing by: Wylie Stateman

Film: "Star Trek"
Sound Editing by: Mark Stoeckinger and Alan Rankin

Film: "Up"
Sound Editing by: Michael Silvers and Tom Myers


Achievement in Sound Mixing
Film: "Avatar"
Sound Mixing by: Christopher Boyes, Gary Summers, Andy Nelson and Tony Johnson


Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Sound Mixing by: Paul N.J. Ottosson and Ray Beckett


Film: "Inglourious Basterds"
Sound Mixing by: Michael Minkler, Tony Lamberti and Mark Ulano

Film: "Star Trek"
Sound Mixing by: Anna Behlmer, Andy Nelson and Peter J. Devlin

Film: "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
Sound Mixing by: Greg P. Russell, Gary Summers and Geoffrey Patterson


Achievement in Art Direction
Film: "Avatar"
Art Direction: Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg
Set Decoration: Kim Sinclair


Film: "The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus"
Art Direction: Dave Warren and Anastasia Masaro
Set Decoration: Caroline Smith

Film: "Nine"
Art Direction: John Myhre
Set Decoration: Gordon Sim

Film: "Sherlock Holmes"
Art Direction: Sarah Greenwood
Set Decoration: Katie Spencer

Film: "The Young Victoria"
Art Direction: Patrice Vermette
Set Decoration: Maggie Gray


Best Cinematography
Film: "Avatar"
Cinematographer: Mauro Fiore


Film: "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"
Cinematographer: Bruno Delbonnel

Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Cinematographer: Barry Ackroyd

Film: "Inglourious Basterds"
Cinematographer: Robert Richardson

Film: "The White Ribbon"
Cinematographer: Christian Berger


Achievement in Film Makeup
Film: "Il Divo"
Makeup Artists: Aldo Signoretti and Vittorio Sodano


Film: "Star Trek"
Makeup Artists: Barney Burman, Mindy Hall and Joel Harlow


Film: "The Young Victoria"
Makeup Artists: Jon Henry Gordon and Jenny Shircore


Best Costume Design
Film: "Bright Star"
Costume Designer: Janet Patterson

Film: "Coco Before Chanel"
Costume Designer: Catherine Leterrier

Film: "The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus"
Costume Designer: Monique Prudhomme

Film: "Nine"
Costume Designer: Colleen Atwood


Film: "The Young Victoria"
Costume Designer: Sandy Powell


Achievement in Film Editing
Film: "Avatar"
Film Editors: James Cameron, John Refoua and Stephen E. Rivkin

Film: "District 9"
Film Editor: Julian Clarke


Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Film Editors: Chris Innis and Bob Murawski


Film: "Inglourious Basterds"
Film Editor: Sally Menke

Film: "Precious"
Film Editor: Joe Klotz


Achievement in Visual Effects
Film: "Avatar"
Visual Effects by: Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham and Andrew R. Jones


Film: "Star Trek"
Visual Effects by: Roger Guyett, Russell Earl, Paul Kavanagh and Burt Dalton

Film: "District 9"
Visual Effects by: Dan Kaufman, Peter Muyzers, Robert Habros, and Matt Aitken


Honorary Academy Awards
Lauren Bacall
Roger Corman
Gordon Willis


Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
John Calley


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I just want Sandra Bullock to win.... don't care about the rest

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I don't like 10 pictures nominated. And "Up" shouldn't even be in the Best Picture category. It has it's own category, "Best Animated Feature". By also putting it in the Best Picture category, it has guaranteed it's win in the Best Animated Feature category. Everyone should bet big on this and the bookies should be pissed.

The only other sure winner I think is "The Weary Kind", nominated for Best Original Song from Crazy Heart.

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QUOTE (jersey721 @ Feb 2 2010, 08:59 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I don't like 10 pictures nominated. And "Up" shouldn't even be in the Best Picture category. It has it's own category, "Best Animated Feature". By also putting it in the Best Picture category, it has guaranteed it's win in the Best Animated Feature category. Everyone should bet big on this and the bookies should be pissed.

The only other sure winner I think is "The Weary Kind", nominated for Best Original Song from Crazy Heart.


People really bet on the Oscar's?! That's so crazy to me!

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I think Jersey was just turning a phrase but yes, they do bet on The Academy Awards. Betting ranges from local living rooms or office 'football' type pools to Las Vegas full-on odds. Although Las Vegas sets odds on the Oscars, you can't place money bets in the popular desert gambling destination. However, you can take those odds and use them on numerous online betting sites.

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'SYTYCD's' Legacy to Dance at Oscars
by Hanh Nguyen


Jonathan 'Legacy' Perez

"So You Think You Can Dance's" Legacy will be at the Academy Awards, but not for his emotionally wrought crying scenes. The busy b-boy will take part in a dance routine at the Oscars on Sunday, March 7 in Hollywood, reuniting with 'SYTYCD' judge Adam Shankman, who's also producing the Oscars alongside Bill Mechanic.

"I will be part of the Academy Awards," Legacy confirmed to Zap2it today. "LXD [The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers crew] got asked to perform in it. Either I'll be performing with LXD or I'm doing some stuff with Adam." Unfortunately, Jonathan 'Legacy' Perez didn't have any details about the routine yet, but he filled us in on the audition process, where he didn't have to dance one step.

"I was asked to sit by the main choreographers and Adam Shankman," said Legacy. "A lot of people who watched the show, a lot of dancers were inspired by what we did. So they wanted [me] just to be there because you know, when you have somebody watching you that you've watched on TV, you tend to show off a little more. So the audition process was really intense because people are like, 'Oh they're there? Whoa! We got to show off. We've got to do really good for them.'"



Jonathan 'Legacy' Perez

Besides dancing at the Academy Awards, Legacy will have a keen interest in how the night plays out for his favorite movie of last year, Academy Award contender for Best Picture of the Year, "Avatar." Enthusiastically, Legacy revealed in a recent interview, "I absolutely loved 'Avatar' big time." He gushed openly, "I've seen it twice."

Legacy continued to fervently explain, "It's the message, it's the intricacies, the beauty of it, the concept, how it's shot, what it means, the obstacles in it and how they all turn into opportunities. The more chaos, the more you can reveal light. There are just so many things [from the movie] that I try to apply in my life. It brought everything out for me visually."

And would he like to have his own 'Legacy' avatar? "Yeah, that would be fresh. That would be really fresh," the young dancer replied with excitement. "I would do everything. I'd flip off walls, break through topiary."



Jonathan 'Legacy' Perez

Until the avatar technology is made available, however, Legacy will just have to be satisfied with how humans are currently able to move, which is pretty well considering the Olympics are upon us. "I think snowboarding is something I'd watch at the Olympics probably this year," said Legacy, whose busy schedule keeps him from regular TV viewing.

The dancer whose sick moves and crazy athleticism wowed viewers on 'SYTYCD' carried his physical dexterity onto the slopes his first time snowboarding. He explained, "When I dance, when I do my power moves -- like spinning on my head, my back or my shoulders -- I'm ambidextrous in that sense. So in snowboarding I go down regular and goofy foot. I could do both sides. People were like, 'That's not really fair.'"

Legacy's also proud that he didn't fall off the ski lift his first time, but he wasn't able to stay completely upright the whole time. "I did fall," he admitted. "Once I got really cocky and I bashed my face and my glasses flew off all over the place."


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Oscar-Nominated Artists Won't Perform Songs
by Sandy Cohen, AP Entertainment Writer


Oscar-Winning Composer Randy Newman is nominated for
two songs from the animated film, 'The Princess and the Frog'


LOS ANGELES, California – Some of Oscar's most memorable moments have come during performances of nominated songs. Among them: rap group Three 6 Mafia surrounded by streetwalkers as they performed the song, "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp," from the 2006 film, "Hustle & Flow," and Celine Dion's resplendent performance of the "Titanic" hit theme, "My Heart Will Go On," in 1998.

Don't expect such musical moments at "The 82nd Annual Academy Awards." The artists behind the year's five nominated songs will not perform during the Oscar telecast. Instead, the songs will be showcased with clips from the films that featured them, "which is how most nominated achievements are featured within the show," said Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences spokeswoman Leslie Unger.

That means Randy Newman won't get to take the stage for his two nominated tunes, "Almost There" and "Down in New Orleans" from the animated film, "The Princess and the Frog." Marion Cotillard won't reprise her sexy, heart-wrenching performance of "Take It All," written by Maury Yeston for the musical film, "Nine." Reinhardt Wagner and Frank Thomas can't bring their "Loin de Paname" from "Paris 36" to life.



'Crazy Heart' Star Jeff Bridges will not get the opportunity to
perform the film's nominated theme song, 'The Weary Kind'


And the country ballad, "The Weary Kind (Theme from Crazy Heart)" won't be performed by "Crazy Heart" Star Jeff Bridges or Writers Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett. "We haven't been invited," Bingham said, seeming a bit surprised.

Yet, there will still be dancing on the show. Producer and choreographer Adam Shankman announced on his Twitter page that he cast 69 dancers for the show's production numbers, though he hasn't revealed exactly what he has planned. The Oscar troupe includes at least a dozen dancers from the Fox reality show, "So You Think You Can Dance," where Shankman serves as a judge.

"All there for the movies!" Shankman tweeted. "The 82nd Annual Academy Awards" will be presented Sunday, March 7 at the Kodak Theatre and broadcast live on ABC.


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82nd Annual Academy Awards
82nd Annual Academy Awards
82nd Annual Academy Awards
(winners will appear highlighted in red)


Best Motion Picture
"The Hurt Locker"
Studio: Summit Entertainment
Producers: Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Nicolas Chartier and Greg Shapiro


Best Director
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Film: "The Hurt Locker"


Best Leading Actor
Jeff Bridges as Bad Blake in "Crazy Heart"

Best Leading Actress
Sandra Bullock as Leigh Anne Tuohy in "The Blind Side"

Best Supporting Actor
Christoph Waltz as Col. Hans Landa in "Inglourious Basterds"

Best Supporting Actress
Mo'Nique as Mary Lee Johnston in "Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire"

Best Original Screenplay
Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Written by: Mark Boal


Best Adapted Screenplay
Film: "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire"
Screenplay by: Geoffrey Fletcher


Best Animated Feature Film
Film: "Up"
Director: Pete Docter


Best Foreign Language Film
Film: "El Secreto de Sus Ojos"
English Title: "The Secret in Their Eyes"
Country: (Argentina)
Language: Spanish


Best Documentary Feature
Film: "The Cove"
Directors: Louie Psihoyos and Fisher Stevens


Best Documentary Short Subject
Film: "Music by Prudence"
Directors: Roger Ross Williams and Elinor Burkett


Best Live Action Short Film
Film: "The New Tenants"
Directors: Joachim Back and Tivi Magnusson


Best Animated Short Film
Film: "Logorama"
Director: Nicolas Schmerkin


Best Original Score
Film: "Up"
Composer: Michael Giacchino


Best Original Song
Song: "Weary Kind"
Film: "Crazy Heart"
Music and Lyric by: Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett


Achievement in Sound Editing
Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Sound Editing by: Paul N.J. Ottosson


Achievement in Sound Mixing
Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Sound Mixing by: Paul N.J. Ottosson and Ray Beckett


Achievement in Art Direction
Film: "Avatar"
Art Direction: Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg
Set Decoration: Kim Sinclair


Best Cinematography
Film: "Avatar"
Cinematographer: Mauro Fiore


Achievement in Film Makeup
Film: "Star Trek"
Makeup Artists: Barney Burman, Mindy Hall and Joel Harlow


Best Costume Design
Film: "The Young Victoria"
Costume Designer: Sandy Powell


Achievement in Film Editing
Film: "The Hurt Locker"
Film Editors: Chris Innis and Bob Murawski


Achievement in Visual Effects
Film: "Avatar"
Visual Effects by: Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham and Andrew R. Jones


Honorary Academy Awards
Lauren Bacall
Roger Corman
Gordon Willis


Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
John Calley


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It really surprised me that Sandra Bullock won. I thought they would give it to Streep.

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I was so happy for Sandra!!!

I really wanted her to win... her speech was great.. I cried through the whole thing!!

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Me, too! I was soo nervous about that category all night. When Sean said her name I jumped up and screamed, and then I cried through her whole speech - it didn't look like there was a dry eye in the house. wub.gif




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