Oscars 2015: Where to watch the Academy Awards

Everything you need to know about the Oscars 2015.


by Lauren Smith |
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The biggest night in the Awards Season calendar is almost upon us! We'll be covering all the action LIVE on heatworld.com, fuelled by caffeine and sugar so we can last the night shift. And to make sure you're ready for all the Oscars action, we've prepped a handy heat cheat sheet with everything you need to know about the night:

When are the Oscars?

The 87th Academy Awards February will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on the 22nd February 2015, starting at 5.30pm, local time, and around 1.30am, our time.

Where can I watch the Oscars?

The red carpet will be shown live on the E! Channel and on Sky Movies Oscar and Sky Living from 11:30pm to 1:30am.

A dedicated Oscars Sky channel will broadcast the entire Oscars 2015 ceremony live.

Who is presenting?

Neil Patrick Harris is the Oscars host, following on from Ellen Degeneres last year.

Who is nominated?

These guys. American Sniper, Whiplash, The Theory of Everything, Boyhood, Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel are among this year's most-nominated.

Who will be performing at the Oscars 2015?

Anna Kendrick is already lined up. Rita Ora will also be singing.

Who's going to win an Oscar?

We can't tell you that, because our crystal ball is a little rusty. But you CAN see what our Film Editor Charles Gant thinks of the nominations here.

Where can I see the Oscars red carpet photos first?

heatworld.com of course!****

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