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Despite the ongoing pandemic, gala times are approaching and the biggest of them all, the Oscars, is behind the door. Who has the greatest chance of winning? Is the gala broadcast over Zoom? Here we sort out the question marks.
Early spring is here and that means gala times. Despite the current corona pandemic, the gala will kick off on April 25, slightly later than usual, due to covid-19. In other words, the gala has been postponed for two months.
In connection with the gala now finally approaching, we also see clear favorites to scoop up the figurines, including on https://campobet.se/sv/ where you who are to follow the gala can spice it up with a little extra excitement by playing on who you think will win.
According to Campobet, we already have two more to take home the prestigious award. Best Male Lead. In the leadership position, we find none other than Chadwick Boseman who is the big favorite, at an odds of 1.10 times the bet followed by Hollywood star Anthony Hopkins for his bet in The Father.
The big favorite Chadwick Boseman has been hailed for his contribution to the Netflix film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and was honored by the film world after his tragic death in cancer on August 28, 2020, only 43 years old.
On the female counterpart – Best female lead role, on the other hand, looks to be a real thriller. Carey Mulligan is barely a favorite at an odds of 2.90 closely followed by Andra Day, Viola Davis and Frances McDormand.
The scarce favorite Mulligan is expected to have a slight advantage after her performances in Promising Young Woman and has, among other things, taken home the best female lead at the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards. If she wins the statuette, it will be her first ever.
Where can you stream the 2021 Oscars?
Many other galas and events have been livestreamed via Zoom during the corona pandemic. That will not be the case with the Oscars. Production has announced that the gala will be televised in accordance with current restrictions in the United States.
Whether we get to see any audience or if there will be a gala for empty salons remains to be seen. It is clear, however, that there will be a focus on the personal experience and that you will send from different places.
The gala is produced this year by director Steven Soderbergh, the star director behind films such as Out of Sight, Erin Brockovich, Traffic and the Ocean’s Eleven trilogy. As it will be the first time that the gala is broadcast without an audience, the expectations and press are sky high for the director who has been given the honorable assignment.
It has been rumored that this year it will again be TV that broadcasts the gala in Sweden, something that has not yet been confirmed.