Hollywood’s top films will finally make it to the Oscars for the second consecutive year, thanks to the popularity of live-action adaptations of classic films.
The top 10 films of the 2016 Academy Awards will be joined by another 12 for the first time.
The Academy has made the move ahead of the upcoming Academy Awards ceremony.
The Oscars will take place Jan. 27 in Hollywood.
The Hollywood ceremony, the Oscars, is a ceremony for films that have won Academy Awards for Best Picture, Director, Actress and Supporting Actor.
There will be 12 live-Action Oscar-winning films nominated this year, including five for Best Cinematography, including “Spotlight,” “Spotlights” and “Spotlighters.”
The films that will get the biggest prize in the Oscars are “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and the animated film “Frozen,” all of which have been made by Disney.
The film nominations are: Best Animated Feature, Best Animated Short Film, Best Sound Editing and Best Animated Sound Editing.
The Oscars also honor the winners of the Golden Globe Awards, which are given annually for best film in each category.
The 12 live action films nominated for Oscars 2016 include: “Avenue Q,” “The Emoji Movie,” “Gravity,” “La La Land,” “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “Moonlight,” and “Olympic Games: Closing Ceremony.”
The top-earning live-actions will be “Moon,” starring Emma Stone, “Logan,” starring James McAvoy, “Unbroken,” “Wreck-It Ralph 2,” and the musical “A Walk to Remember.”
The live-updates will be announced Jan. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
ET on Disney.com.
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