The Avengers have saved Earth many times. They stopped Loki and Ultron’s invasions, they took on HYDRA, and they…made an attempt to stop Thanos. And now, it looks like their latest mission is to…save the Oscars?
With Kevin Hart out, there has been much speculation on who will host this year’s Academy Awards ceremony. But now, it looks like there won’t be an actual “host.” Rather, the show’s producers will likely hire a rotating cast of actors to introduce different segments.
The producers are in the process of lining up as many big actors from the Avengers franchise as possible. Exact details on their roles in the ceremony are still being ironed out. Additionally, several actors were asked not to present at the Golden Globes, specifically for the impact of an Oscars appearance.
If this works out, it could give the Academy Awards a much-needed boost. It would also be a perfect opportunity to push Avengers: Endgame, which hits theaters on April 26th.
Stay tuned for more as we have it. The 90th Academy Awards will take place on February 24th.
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