Twitter MENA Just Released the Oscars Guide for All Arab Movie Junkies To Enjoy!
We’re hours away from the most important and prestigious annual film festival in the world, the Oscars. For the movie enthusiasts in the Arab World, our friends at Twitter MENA sent us your guide on where to tune-in on Oscars night for amazing live streaming content on Twitter!
The most Tweeted about best picture nominees are:
- “Call Me by Your Name”
- “The Shape of Water”
- “Lady Bird”
- “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
- “Phantom Thread”
The most Tweeted about #Oscars nominees:
- Daniel Kaluuya
- Timothée Chalamet
- Saoirse Ronan
- Mary J. Blige
- Margot Robbie
And the most Tweeted about emojis while discussing the best picture films are:
Twitter handles for this year’s best picture nominees:
“Call Me by Your Name” (@CMBYNmovie)
“Darkest Hour” (@DarkestHour)
“Get Out” (@GetOutMovie)
“Lady Bird” (@LadyBirdMovie)
“Phantom Thread” (@Phantom_Thread)
“The Post” (@ThePostMovie)
“The Shape of Water” (@shapeofwater)
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” (@3Billboards)
Twitter is having three shows live streaming on the platform:
PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly’s Red Carpet Live pre-show will stream live from the red carpet bleachers. Viewers watching the pre-show via Livestream on Twitter can send in questions about Hollywood’s biggest night using the hashtag #RedCarpetLive. The PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly Red Carpet Live pre-show will stream for 90 minutes on PeopleTV in collaboration with Twitter and will be available globally via @PeopleTV for Twitter’s logged-in and logged-out audience.
IMDb’s second annual “IMDb LIVE Viewing Party,” a live streaming companion show celebrating the Academy Awards, will be streaming live on Twitter. The live broadcast co-hosted by Dave Karger (IMDb Special Correspondent) and The IMDb Show co-hosts Tim Kash and Kerri Doherty will stream live on IMDb.com, IMDb’s mobile apps, Twitter and Twitch.
For the second year in a row, Vanity Fair is planning to bring viewers into its legendary Oscar party with a live show broadcast that will begin immediately after the Academy Awards. Catt Sadler will join Vanity Fair executive digital director Mike Hogan to host the magazine’s Oscar party show, which will air live on Twitter. Twitter will stream the 90-minute show, set to begin at 11 P.M. Eastern.