The trailer of the movie "Everything everywhere at once" (United King)
The 95th Oscar ceremony takes place tonight in Los Angeles.
The American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents awards to the outstanding films and talents of the year.
Join us for a live report of everything happening at the ceremony - how many prizes will "everything everywhere at once" win?
Will "Love in the Sky: Maverick" or "There's Nothing New in the West" manage to surprise?
Will Spielberg leave empty handed?
Florence Pugh on the red carpet (Photo: GettyImages, Emma McKinter)
And here are some landmarks that could happen tonight:
"Everything everywhere at once" could record one of the most impressive wins seen in decades, with an over/under of six wins, including in all major categories and including in three game categories.
"Sand" and "Mad Max: Fury Road" won a similar amount of Oscars, but neither of them in the film/cinema/acting category.
"La La Land" won multiple Oscars, including for director and actress, but did not win the film award as I recall.
If Austin Butler wins an Oscar for his role as Elvis, he will join a long list of actors who have received an Oscar for playing a musical idol.
Just From Our Lives: Jamie Foxx as Ray Charles, Marion Cotillard as Edith Piaf, Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury, in a way Renee Zellweger as Judy Garland.
Only Joaquin Phoenix cheated when he didn't accept his role as Johnny Cash
If John Williams receives the original score award for "The Fivelmen", he will become, at 91, the oldest winner in Oscar history (outside of lifetime achievement awards).
This will be his first Oscar since "Schindler's List" thirty years ago and the only Oscar for "The Devilmen" in a ceremony,
another link to Spielberg in the wins - the sure winner in the supporting actor category is Ki Hoi Kwan from "Everything Everywhere at Once", who started his career as a child prodigy in Indiana Jones and the Cursed Temple" by that Spielberg, disappeared from the radar and this year came back in a big way.
If you want to see a broader narrative here, the same "Indiana Jones" was shockingly racist towards Asians, in contrast to "Everything Everywhere" which celebrates and empowers the Asian culture and family in the corresponding female category the winner should
be Jamie Lee Curtis for the same film.
This will be her first Oscar, and the first Oscar for her family - her parents Tony Curtis and J.
"There's nothing new in the West" should bring Germany its fourth Oscar in the foreign/international film category.
This will be the first time that Germany has won thanks to a film about the First World War.
"The Tin Drum" and "Somewhere in Africa" took place against the backdrop of World War II, and "The Lives of Others" during the Cold War.
From this we also understood that this will be the second time that Germany wins thanks to the adaptation of a literary classic - first "The Tin Drum" and now "There's nothing new in the West" The winners
in the directing category will likely be Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert - both 35 years old. This will put them in fifth place on the list of young winners ever in this category, along with three other directors.
They are still older than the category's youngest-ever winner, Damien Chazelle, who was 32 when he won for "La La Land."
Everything everywhere at once
Love in the Sky - Maverick
There is nothing new in the West
Guillermo del Toro
Jamie Lee Curtis