November marks the start of awards season, when some of the biggest movies will hit theaters and compete for top prizes like the Oscars and BAFTAS—here’s a guide to when and when some of Hollywood’s biggest nights are being released.
of Marvel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Fabelmans, Steven Spielberg’s fantasy film inspired by his childhood and the beginning of his filmmaking career, premiered in cinemas.
The nominations for the Grammy Awards will be announced, and it is widely expected that Adele and Beyoncé will face off again for Album of the Year.
Theaters get another round of high-profile premieres: Bardo, A Fistful of Truths False History, She Said- The story of the investigation into the allegations against Harvey Weinstein that started the #MeToo movement- and menu.
Netflix’s whodunnit is in theaters this week The Glass Onion: Secrets Out of a Knife, Bones and all; devotion – After the first collaboration of director Luca Guadagnino and actor Timothee Chalamet Call me by your name– and strange world.
son Debut in theaters.
Women talking and Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s book white noise Hit the theater.
liberation, A Will Smith-led film about a freed slave, empire of light, Director Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, and whale, Brendan Fraser’s long-awaited return to the big screen, Hit the theater.
Nominations for the Golden Globes, which honor both TV and film, will be announced.
A man called Otto Hit the theater.
Avatar: The Path of Water makes its highly-anticipated theatrical debut.
i want to dance with someone Whitney Houston biopic, premieres on the big screen.
Babylon and Pale blue eyes Hit theaters before the Christmas rush.
Eligibility for Academy Award consideration closes.
The Golden Globes will return to the airwaves — after last year’s hiatus — at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
The Critics’ Choice Awards will be held.
Nominations for the 95th Academy Awards will be announced.
The Grammy Awards will be broadcast live.
BAFTAS will be broadcast.
There will be a Screen Actors Guild function.
The Academy Awards ceremony will air on ABC, with Jimmy Kimmel once again hosting the show.
Audiences for awards ceremonies have been declining for some time, as viewers are moving away from live TV shows as the popularity of streaming grows. This year’s Oscars was one of the least watched telecasts. Despite its low viewership, it remains one of the most talked about shows of the year since Will Smith slapped Chris Rock live on-air. The Golden Globes did not televise the ceremony last year, and instead announced the winners online after a one-year hiatus, after the organization that puts on the event was accused of not having black members. Amid the focus on film, the Grammys will hold music’s biggest night in February.