Scott Feinberg

Hollywood Reporter

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Scott Feinberg is an awards columnist for the Hollywood Reporter.

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Viewers have been abandoning awards shows en masse this year, and the Oscars producers want to avoid the mistakes of the Golden Globes by having the event be in-person as much as…

Oscars 2021 will honor movies almost no one has seen in theaters

Viewers have been abandoning awards shows en masse this year, and the Oscars producers want to avoid the mistakes of the Golden Globes by having the event be in-person as much as…

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Producers of the 93rd Academy Awards say this year’s event will be held at downtown LA’s Union Station and the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

Oscars 2021 will be held at LA’s Union Station. What’s expected to happen?

Producers of the 93rd Academy Awards say this year’s event will be held at downtown LA’s Union Station and the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

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This year’s awards season is full of twists and turns: virtual ceremonies and festivals, and Oscars campaigns that are more low-key than past years.

Emmys and Oscars adjust to virtual ceremonies and low-key campaigns

This year’s awards season is full of twists and turns: virtual ceremonies and festivals, and Oscars campaigns that are more low-key than past years.

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