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The Oscars will FINALLY have a host again for the first time in four years

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The Oscars will FINALLY have a host again for the first time in four years

This year’s Oscars ceremony will be fronted by a main host again, for the first time in four years. 

The announcement was made Tuesday by Craig Erwich, president Hulu Originals & ABC Entertainment, confirming: ‘You heard it here first.’

The 94th Academy Awards is set to air on ABC March 27. 

It is not yet clear who is line for the hosting gig, but Jimmy Kimmel was the last person to host the Oscars back in 2018, for a second year in a row.

Spider-Man star Tom Holland is rumored to have expressed interest in doing the honors, which is being considered by the Academy.  

Erwich was speaking during ABC’s portion of the Television Critics Association virtual press tour, according to Variety.

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It was also announced that Glenn Weiss will direct the Oscars telecast, marking his seventh consecutive time doing so. 

Ready to roll: The 94th Academy Awards is set to air on ABC March 27

Ready to roll: The 94th Academy Awards is set to air on ABC March 27

Ready to roll: The 94th Academy Awards is set to air on ABC March 27

The Oscars will FINALLY have a host again for the first time in four yearsSource

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