“Oscar”: how to watch, a party in Lancaster and a local connection with the nominee | Entertainment

The Oscars are presented on Sunday evening. Here’s what you need to know before awarding a prize.

How to watch

The Oscars will air on Sunday at 8pm on ABC.

The show will also be broadcast live on the ABC app, but access to it will require a cable entry.

If you do not have cable, the awards show will also be broadcast on Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV and FuboTV. Many of these services offer a free trial.

Local watch party

If you prefer to watch the show surrounded by people in chic dresses, Zoetropolis Cinema Stillhouse will prepare an event for you. The Zoetropolis Red Carpet party starts on Sunday at 6.30pm with snacks, cocktails, games and special screenings at the theater. Formal attire is encouraged, and there will be a competition for the best clothes.

Tickets cost $ 25 and include snacks, theater access, popcorn and soda. This event is 21 years old and older.

Zoetropolis is located at 112 N. Water St. Click here for tickets and more information.

Local communication

At least one Oscar-nominated film has a connection to Lancaster.

Daniel Enrique De Leon, a native of Lancaster, who now lives in Los Angeles, worked on the visual effects in the blockbuster “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Prior to joining the entertainment industry, De Leon studied art and science at the University of Millersville and worked in the emergency department at Lancaster Hospital.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is nominated for Best Visual Effects. To perform such a great cinematic feat requires a lot of professionals, so the official nomination includes only the names of department heads. But De Leon’s work will be honored if the film accepts the award.

Read LNP | LancasterOnline interviews with De Leon here.

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