Lights, camera, action-Hollywood's biggest night of the year is finally here! Adam McKay's furious housing crisis dramedy won the top prize from the Producer's Guild of America, which is traditionally the most accurate predictor of what film will win Best Picture .
Lee Roth shoots a selfie in front of the backdrop for the arrivals area for the Oscars in front of the Dolby Theatre on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016, in Los Angeles . According to the head of global markets, media and entertainment at Cognizant, Nirav Patel, "We found that an intense negative sentiment, such as anger, plays a big part in whether a film wins the Oscar ..." The general consensus is that Larson will win easily, and based on her engrossing work, I'm inclined to agree.
How will emcee Chris Rock address the lily whiteness of this year's nominees? He's got some big sneakers to fill. Refresh the page to see the most recent comments on top . Will Win: No one really knows. For the former doctor who broke through as a filmmaker with the first Mad Max in 1979, it has been especially gratifying to be nominated this year alongside his wife, Margaret Sixel, who is favourite to win best editing .
The supermodel proudly showed off her baby bump on the red carpet with her Oscar-winning husband John Legend. Sharpton will deliver a sermon Sunday morning at First AME Church of Los Angeles . The films with the highest number of nominations this year include " The Revenant " with 12 nominations, " Mad Max: Fury Road " with 10 nominations and " The Martian " with seven nominations.
I've worked for nearly 25 years in this industry and here I am representing a movie that I feel so particularly proud of but more so than that, I'm here with my mother, I've been in this town for 25 years. What time do the Oscars start tonight? Everyone loves you because you're the best. CNN will also tackle "Hollywood's Biggest Night" with hosts Michaela Pereira and Don Lemon from 6-7:30 p.m.
With the sun out on a warm California day, organizers removed the roof above the red carpet. Some of the signs include the slogans, "Hollywood Must do Better" and "Shame on You". Among them are a film about the origins of jazz and blues, as well as his upcoming plans to address the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.