It’s a new year and the world is still reeling from the devastating events of November 8, 2017.
But we can all now relish the thought that, as many have done over the last two days, the creative minds who worked tirelessly to bring the world the 2017 Oscars will return for another night.
Theatre and performance is a key pillar of what makes the world a more creative place.
The Oscars are an important moment in the long history of American theatre and, if it’s any indication, the 2017 season was the best ever.
The Academy Awards, also known as the Golden Globes, have always been a show of support for theatre, music, film and the arts, with the winners of each category taking home the trophy.
The 2018 season has been a different story.
A record number of shows were cancelled in 2018, with many more to come.
Some have gone dark, while others have remained live-streamed.
Here’s a look at some of the best-loved performances that took place in 2018:Here’s our guide to the best performances of 2018.
Read moreThis year, we’ve had some pretty big names on the line.
The list below has been compiled by the Academy Awards producers, based on their own research and the information they’ve gathered from various sources.
It’s a tough call between this year’s two biggest winners, and it’s the only one where nominations are open for all five categories.
The winner, which has been given the honour of being recognised by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (which is the Oscars’ official foreign press association), is likely to be the one that wins.
The other nominees have been announced and are currently under consideration by the acting nominations committee.
This year’s acting nominees have already been announced, and the nominees are being discussed by the committee and the acting nominees themselves.
But what is going to be on the screen?
What to expect: It’s always the first time the nominations are announced and we know that, with a new slate of films coming out in 2018 and some of our most loved films of the year, the awards season has always been unpredictable.
However, in 2018 the nominations will be open for a maximum of two years, and this year we can see that the big winners will be announced in February 2019, as well as the nominees.
We’re not expecting the awards to be announced until January, 2019, but we expect them to be given a few weeks earlier, with awards ceremonies taking place around the world in the weeks leading up to that time.
We’re expecting a very strong crop of performances from this year, with performances from such well-known names as Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Fassbender, Kevin Spacey, and Meryl Streep.
If we’ve missed any of the nominees, you can find their full names here:Best Picture: The Theory of Everything (Fassbender), The Theory (McAvoy), The Revenant (Folger), and The Recluse (Frost)The acting nominees are already under consideration, and many are expected to be in the running, while some of their performances have already won Academy Awards.
This year, two of the nominations in the Best Picture category were for the best supporting actor.
Other performances in the Supporting Actor category included Tom Hardy as the lead in the film The Theory, which was nominated for best picture, and Tom Hiddleston as the film’s villain, the antagonist of the film.
The actor who won for best supporting actress was Mahershala Ali, who also starred as the title character in The ReCluse.
We also expect to see some of 2017’s best performances from the likes of Tom Hardy and Leonardo DiCaprio, and we’re expecting the award winners to be some of Hollywood’s most talked-about actors.
They’re expected to play the lead roles in the films, and they’ll also play important supporting roles in some of them, too.
We’ve also got a handful of surprises in store for the acting categories, including one nomination in the category for best actor in a comedy.
This category is usually reserved for comedic actors, but this year it’s been filled with surprise nominations, too, with two nominees in the best actor category for Kevin Spaceys’ performance as a father in The Theory.
The best actor for comedy this year was Josh Brolin, who plays the father of a man who is about to be executed for a crime he did not commit, while another nomination was for Paul Rudd as the father in the comedy A Very Merry Little Christmas.
There’s a strong case for the Best Actor trophy for Tom Hardy, who played a father with an unshakable faith in the goodness of the people around him in The Imitation Game.
And we’ve seen him play a character who has a strong faith in God, and in the world around him. We’ve