Franco, Hathaway Picked As Co-Hosts For Oscars

LOS ANGELES (AP) — James Franco and Anne Hathaway will be running the show at the next Academy Awards.

Deadly Hollywood Daily’s Nikki Finke Talks Exclusively With KNX 1070

Oscar organizers said Monday that Franco and Hathaway will be co-hosts of the 83rd ceremony on Feb. 27.

The announcement creates the prospect that one or both hosts might also be nominees. Franco is considered a solid best-actor prospect for the survival drama “127 Hours,” while Hathaway has a chance for a best-actress slot for the romance “Love & Other Drugs.”

It’s the second-straight year the Oscars have tapped a pair of actors as hosts. Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin teamed up as hosts last time.

The move also continues the show’s departure from the traditional comedian as host, such as past masters of ceremonies Billy Crystal or David Letterman.

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One Comment

  1. ME says:

    this guy used to work at Mcdonalds in sherman oaks- now he is the co-host!!! wow!!!!!!!!

    1. barryb says:

      did you know him? he comes from a very affluent family I think..

  2. Steve Russell says:

    Not interested in either one of them (who IS he?). Bring back the comedians; the show is boring enough as it is.

    Agreed. Yawn!

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