Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic “Dune” has won four Academy Awards, regardless of whether the transmission hasn’t started at this point.
The 94th Academy Awards started off Sunday behind the scenes, with the initial eight honors on the late evening being distributed at the Dolby Theater before the beginning of the ABC broadcast, starting at 8 p.m. EDT.
The Dolby was generally full-on schedule for the 7 p.m. EDT pre-show, named the “brilliant hour” by the foundation.
Moderators Jason Momoa and Josh Brolin reported the victors, whose talks were to be altered into the transmission.
In any case, it was an odd and questionable starting to the primary completely in-person Oscars in two years. Recently, in excess of 70 Oscar victors, including James Cameron, Kathleen Kennedy and Guillermo del Toro, cautioned that the change would transform a few chosen people into “peasants.”