Zendaya, Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford among presenters at this year's Oscars
Zendaya, Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford are among the famous faces who will be presenting awards at this year's Oscars ceremony. They will be joined by the likes of Joker star Joaquin Phoenix, Legally Bl
Zendaya, Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford are among the famous faces who will be presenting awards at this year's Oscars ceremony.
They will be joined by the likes of Joker star Joaquin Phoenix, Legally Blonde actress Reese Witherspoon and One Night in Miami director Regina King, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said.
Bong Joon Ho, who directed last year's best film winner Parasite, will also make an appearance at the ceremony on 25 April, along with Don Cheadle, Halle Berry, Bryan Cranston and Renee Zellweger.
The star-studded ceremony is taking place across two sites in California this year - its regular home at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood as well as Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Jesse Collins, Stacey Sher and Steven Soderbergh, the show's producers, said: "In keeping with our awards-show-as-a-movie approach, we've assembled a truly stellar cast of stars.
"There's so much wattage here, sunglasses may be required."
The show has been pushed back from its usual February date, as a result of the pandemic, which has forced the show to make a number of changes.
However, breaking away from other award shows this year, Oscars organisers have ruled out the use of Zoom during the ceremony, and instead stars will attend the show physically.
It comes after the Golden Globes and Grammys suffered a ratings slump earlier in the year.
International hubs will be set up around the world for stars to head to as part of the ceremony, as they anxiously wait to hear if their name is called out as a winner.
London will be among the locations with an international hub.
Stars such as Sir Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman, Riz Ahmed Carey Mulligan and Daniel Kaluuya are among the Britons hoping to win big in the acting categories.
Emerald Fennell is up for the best director gong for her film Promising Young Woman, which hits Sky Cinema on Friday 16 April.