The 90th annual Academy Awards are a hot minute away.
After surviving the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Grammys - we answer all your burning questions about the 2018 Oscars... Including the newly announced presenters list (which features Australia's Oscar Nicole Kidman!)
When are the Oscars 2018?
The 90th Annual Academy Awards will take place on March 4, 2018.
The ceremony, which began in 1929, celebrates the best films of 2017.
The awards will be aired on March 5 in the US, and at 12.30pm on Monday March 4 (Australian time).
Who is presenting at the 2018 Oscars?
Everyone's a winner with this elite group of presenters!
The Academy have just confirmed a stellar line-up of A-list presenters including Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman and Matthew McConaughey.
They join the likes of last year's winners including 2017's Best Supporting Actor for Moonlight, Mahershala Ali, and La La Land's Best Actress winner, Emma Stone.
Scroll to the bottom for the full list of presenters that have been announced by Academy so far.
Where will the Oscars 2018 be held?
It will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.
Where can I watch the Oscars 2018 in Australia?
The Academy Awards ceremony kicks off on free-to-air's Channel 9 or stream it online on 9Now.
NTL will be updating you live with all the winners, drama and big moments right this way.
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Who is hosting the Oscars 2018?
A very big drum roll for funnyman Jimmy Kimmel, who will host the Oscars ceremony for the second year in a row.
Who are the Oscars 2018 nominees?
Australia's very own Margot Robbie has landed her first Oscar nomination for her leading role in I,Tonya.
She's joined by the likes of Frances McDormand, Saoirse Ronan and Meryl Streep in the Best Actress category.
The ground-breaking movies contending for that coveted Best Picture award are Call Me by Your Name, Get Out, Lady Bird, The Shape of Water, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
For the full list of nominees check them out here.
What are the biggest Oscar 2018 snubs?
One of the biggest shocks from this year's nominations was that Wonder Woman failed to receive a single nod.
The 2017 film, directed by Patty Jenkins, was a complete box-office smash hit and fans felt it deserved recognition.
James Franco also failed to get a nomination for his Golden Globe-winning role in The Disaster Artist. The Oscar nomination announcements came just days after he faced allegations of sexual misconduct.
The biggest issues the 2018 Oscars will face
Will the Oscars Avoid Another Envelope Mishap?
With any live event there is room for error.
And that rang very true during last year's Oscar ceremony when La La Land was accidentally announced as the Best Picture, when it was actually Moonlight.
The accountants for the event, PricewaterhouseCoopers, have put in place stricter new measures to ensure this never happens again.
They accountants involved last year have not been invited back to the show and PwC have banned their staff from using their phone or social media while the ceremony takes place.
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Will Casey Affleck present the Best Actress award?
It is Oscars tradition for the previous year's Best Actor and Best Actress winners to present the Best Actress and Best Actor award, respectively, the following year.
In 2017, Casey Affleck was embroiled in sexual assault allegations, with many citing outrage that he was eligible to win the Oscar.
As a result, E! News confirmed that Casey will not be attending the Oscars 2018 ceremony.
A representative from the Academy commented on Casey not going, saying, "We appreciate the decision to keep the focus on the show and on the great work of this."
Will James Franco go to the Oscars?
While he didn't get a Best Actor nod, James Franco's film The Disaster Artist has been nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay.
A friend told E!, "He doesn't want it to look like the snub is correlated with the allegations against him."
James has vehemently denied all claims, and has no made a comment on his attendance to the ceremony.
How will Time's Up be addressed at the Oscars?
The 2018 award season has seen actresses wear black in support of the #MeToo initiative.
At this point, there's been no official word whether it will be black red carpet.
Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel did shared that #TimesUp will very likely be addressed in some form during the evening.
"It's like getting into a hot tub; You can't really know what the temperature is until you get there. Suffice it to say we'll probably deal with it, unless there's a nuclear weapon heading to Sacramento that night," Jimmy told the press.
"You have to remember why you're there, to entertain people on the biggest night of their lives. If it gets too heavy, you're taking away from that."
Presenters already confirmed
Dave Chappelle, Emily Blunt, Eugenio Derbez, Ansel Elgort, Jane Fonda, Jodie Foster, Eiza González, Ashley Judd, Helen Mirren, Rita Moreno, Lupita Nyong'o and Christopher Walken are among the elite names who have been hand picked to present awards.
Also taking to the stage will be Chadwick Boseman, Viola Davis, Laura Dern, Jennifer Garner, Oscar nominee Greta Gerwig, Tiffany Haddish, Tom Holland, Kumail Nanjiani Gal Gadot, Mark Hamill, Armie Hammer, Oscar Isaac, Lin- Manuel Miranda, Gina Rodriguez, Eva Marie Saint, Wes Studi, Kelly Marie Tran, Zendaya and Daniela Vega.