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Comedian Kevin Hart hosted the Oscars 2019
The 39-Year-old is happy about a "unique opportunity" as a Comedian. Hard from movies such as "Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle" and "jail coach". He succeeds Jimmy Kimmel, who had moderated the past two Oscar Shows. The American Film Institute has released its list of the ten best films of the year - it is regarded as an indicator for the Academy Awards. the

The American Comedian and actor Kevin Hart will in February host of the Oscar Show. "For years, I'm asked whether I'm ever going to moderate the Oscars and my answer was always the same ... I said that it would be for me as a Comedian a unique opportunity, and it will be ...," wrote the 39-Year-old on Twitter. On Instagram, he added: "The opportunity to get me into the legendary list of hosts to be classified that have graced this stage, is incredible. I know that my mother just from ear-to-ear grins." The Academy welcomed their new presenter via social media: "Welcome to the family," it said in a Tweet. You are pleased also.

Hart is for the first time as a presenter of the award gala on the Oscar stage. The black American Comedian with trophies-Shows, but of experience. So he presented, among other things, the MTV Video Music Awards.

The three-time father is from movies such as "Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle", "Ride Along", "jail coach" or "Central Intelligence". Hart award in February, replacing the Oscar-the comedian and presenter Jimmy Kimmel, the led in 2017 and 2018 through the Show.

the American Film Institute gives note to Oscar-candidate

The 91. Trophies Gala is on may 24. February 2019 on the stage. The nominations for the Academy Awards are on 22. January proclaimed.

Also on Tuesday, the renowned American Film Institute (AFI) announced its list of the ten best films of the year. It is regarded as an indicator for the Oscars: movies, selected by AFI, have traditionally had good chances to go in the category of "Best Film" in the race. In the past year, seven out of ten films got on the list for an Oscar nomination. This year the AFI to see the following films as outstanding:

"BlacKkKlansman" (the movie in the Video review here) and "Black Panther" (an analysis of the success of the first black super hero movie here) "Eighth Grade" "If Beale Street Could Talk" "The Favorite", "First Reformed" (for a detailed review of the movie here) "Green Book," "Mary Poppins Returns" "A Quiet Place" (for a detailed review of the movie here) "A Star Is Born" (for a detailed review of the movie here)
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