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Leslie Jordan and Tracee Ellis Ross will announce the nominees on Tuesday, February 8.

FILE - On this February 4, 2019, file photo, an Oscar gold statuette appears at the 91st Academy Award Nominee Luncheon in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Danny Moloshok / Invision / AP, File)

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After months of campaigning and speculation, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is poised to roll out the 2022 Oscar nominations. Competition will be fierce this year, with “The Power of the Dog” dominating early award shows and several other popular films including “Dune” and “Don’t Look Up” are also in dispute. Nominations can take an unexpected turn, as this year marks the first time the Academy has released 10 ranked positions for the Best Picture poll. Some expect that will lead to a more unique collection of films being nominated for the top honor. Either way, all will be revealed when this year’s Oscar nominations are announced on Tuesday, February 8.

As is customary, nominations are announced early in the morning. Leslie Jordan (“Will & Grace”) and Tracee Ellis Ross (“Black-ish”) will announce the nominations at 8:18 ET / 5:18 PM Tuesday, February 8. Nominations will be announced via a live stream, which you can watch on, ABC, YouTube, Twitterand Facebook. Or right here:

While the first phase of the Oscar campaigns may be over, the announcement of this year’s nominations marks the start of another sprint ahead of the actual ceremony. The 94th Academy Awards will be held on Sunday, March 27 and air on ABC.

After last year’s pandemic ceremony saw “Nomadland” take the top honors, many are hoping that this year there will be some nominated films that more people have seen. IndieWire’s Anne Thompson wrote that this year’s nominees “include far more popular films than last year’s indie lineup, including Warners/HBO Max daily release ‘Dune’ ($398.7 million on average) worldwide), spectacular enough to lure audiences out of their homes, and the more intimate tennis biopic ‘King Richard’ ($32 million worldwide), to the end of the world rabble. Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ world. If James Bond BAFTA favorite ‘No Time to Die’ ($768 million worldwide) is on the list (as opposed to indie lovers ‘Flee,’ ‘Summer of Soul,’ and ‘Drive My Car’ ‘), ABC will really be fun. For now, Jane Campion’s Western production of “The Power of the Dog” remains a leader, with particular attention given to Campion’s direction and Benedict Cumberbatch’s committed performance as Phil Burbank.

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