Oscars 2014 Nominations

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Oscars 2014 Nominations

From J-Law to Harrison Ford, Here Are All 46 Presenters for the Oscars 2014 Show

By: Derrick Deane on February 28, 2014 at 3:42PM Comments (2)

This Sunday's awards and special presentations aren't going to introduce themselves. Hollywood will once again turn up the star wattage for the Academy Awards as past Oscar winners will be mixed in with celebs with upcoming movie releases. Here's the full list, in alphabetical order, of all 46 presenters for the 86th Academy Awards.

Amy Adams

Andrew Garfield

Angelina Jolie

Anna Kendrick

Anne Hathaway

Benedict Cumberbatch

Bill Murray

Bradley Cooper

Channing Tatum

Charlize Theron

Chris Hemsworth

Christoph Waltz

Daniel Day-Lewis

Emma Watson

Ewan McGregor

Gabourey Sidibe

Glenn Close

Harrison Ford

Jamie Foxx

Jason Sudeikis

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Lawrence

Jessica Biel

Jim Carrey

John Travolta

Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Kate Hudson

Kerry Washington

Kevin Spacey

Kim Novak

Kristen Bell

Matthew McConaughey

Michael B. Jordan

Naomi Watts

Penelope Cruz

Robert De Niro

Sally Field

Samuel L. Jackson

Sidney Poitier

Tyler Perry

Viola Davis

Whoopi Goldberg

Will Smith

Zac Efron

Who are you looking forward to seeing present on the Oscar stage?

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  • Mar 4th 2014 5:52PM

    Javajive  said...

    The STARS looks quite dazzling on their special Day at the OSCARS: the Presenters and Winners. Watched some not all but a good portion of the OSCARS: and the Winners speak with grace, strength and Heartfelt passions. ALL of them looked Super-fantastic and much congratulations to the each Winner of such an prestigious Award. They certainly earned it!! God Bless.

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  • Mar 1st 2014 8:02AM

    fandad1960  said...

    So many presenters so little time

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