This year's Academy Awards series is a carousel of some of the most intolerable "whether or not they" of tensions that nobody asked for, whether they will honor certain creators of the camera (they will) before will they even have a host (they will not). Six days before the big show there is one group that will not go out on screen: all those people who did not dare to be known.
After the Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences rightly rejected its decision to transfer cinematography, short sound, editing and honorary awards for makeup and hairstyle to advertising breaks, the ceremony returned for a long time. When Jimmy Kimmel took an Oscar in the past, he took vignettes that included ordinary people as a kind of disgraceful stay with a magnificent event. Now there is simply no time for that.
But lead producer Donna Hilotti wants you to know that she has nothing against unknown people. In fact, some of her favorite people are not famous.
"I love everyday people. I'm riding in the subway with them every day in New York, "said Guilot. "Daily people do not get me ratings."
Oscar, as a new preference for the "Best Picture" category, will include non-entertaining presentations when they talk about the importance of the film in their lives. Serena Williams, for example, has to tell about the birth of a star. With us boring botanists, perhaps the show will show a more busy home audience. Something better than last year's record low ratings, is not it?