Oscars will Celebrate 84th Anniversary

With 11 nominations, “Hugo,” is leader in this years 84th Oscar Anniversary.  The Oscars this year are said to be better than ever, with a set that will look as if, we were celebrating the Oscar’s centennial event.   Film, has been around for well over a century.   Oscar show producer, Brian Grazer, says that the Hollywood & Highland Center, the hall formerly known as the Kodak, is where the ceremony is going to takes place.  The set will be completely redesigned to resemble an timeless  movie theater with a old century movie feel.

“Hugo” was made by Martin Scorsese, known for his rediscovery and preservation of past films and using the best technology in digital Hollywood. The film was adapted from Brian Selznick’s children’s book “The Invention of Hugo Cabret.”  The story is about a boy and girl and the mystery surrounding French film pioneer Georges Melies (Ben Kinsgley).

The Oscars is one of the most popular events on Television, yet, it can be hard to keep up with the current films.  We got to the movies a few times a month throughout the entire year, but the movies you see never seem to be the movies that are being nominated for Oscars.  You might not have no ideas what “Hugo” was about or who Martin Scorsese is. If you’re interested in being more in the know for next year, FilmFanatic ToolBar can be used to help you keep up with all the latest movies, ratings, and the leading actors and actresses.  Maybe next year will be different.