Just as Chloé Zhao seems a near-lock for Best Director, the predictions are … that no one watches this year’s Oscars ceremony. “At a time when the traditional film industry is fighting for its primacy at the center of American culture — with at-home entertainment soaring in popularity and pandemic-battered theater chains closing — a collective shrug for the Oscars would send Hollywood deeper into an identity crisis. And a shrug certainly could happen.” – The New York Times

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