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Behind the Screen Creating the 82nd Oscars [HD]

Behind the Screen Creating the 82nd Oscars [HD]

The Oscar nominations are out! This year is unlike any other, with a record 10 Best Picture nominations, and our congratulations go out to all the amazing nominees.

To help you and your readers get ready for the big show on March 7th, visit Oscar.com the home of everything Oscar! From a printable ballot to behind the scenes videos, Oscar.com has everything youll need to get in the spirit!

We cant wait to see what co-hosts Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin have in store! Our new video Behind the Screen Creating the 82nd Oscars features co-producer Adam Shankman as he talks about the shows hilarious hosts and why theyll be making this years show one of the best ever.

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