2014 Oscars: The Academy Announces the Date of Next Year’s Award Show
We know the 2013 Oscars only recently aired, but it's never too early to find out when we'll be able to enjoy (or be annoyed with) them again. The Academy has announced the dates for the 2014 Oscars and even the 2015 Oscar broadcast.
People of Hollywood, get ready: THR reports that the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (aka AMPAS, aka The Academy) have revealed not only the air date of the 2014 Oscars, but the next year's show as well.
The 2014 Oscars will take place on March 2, 2014, and the following year's will be held on February 22, 2015. Note that the 2015 date is a little earlier, so hopefully they'll get their electronic voting kinks worked out by then. That also shortens the window for Harvey Weinstein's infamous awards season movie-peddling, but we're sure he'll come up with something.
This year's awards ceremony was hosted by Seth MacFarlane and received a divisive response, and while everyone thinks Tina Fey would be perfect for the hosting gig, she's said she'd turn it down if the Academy asked. So who do you guys want to see hosting the next two awards ceremonies? Our vote's on James Franco in character from 'Spring Breakers.'