The 86th Annual Academy Awards will take place Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, and now we know who to expect at the show. In addition to the host of the show, Ellen DeGeneres, and the nominees, show's producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced the final list of presenters.

“We are very excited that the Hollywood community will be turning out in force for Sunday's Oscar ceremony,” said Zadan and Meron in a statement. “We sought to include a tremendous diversity of stars to represent not only this year's nominees, but the legacy of the motion picture business as well.”

 

The presenters are:

Kristen Bell

Jessica Biel

Jim Carrey

Glenn Close

Bradley Cooper

Penélope Cruz

Benedict Cumberbatch

Viola Davis

Daniel Day-Lewis

Robert De Niro

Zac Efron

Sally Field

Harrison Ford

Jamie Foxx

Andrew Garfield

Jennifer Garner

Whoopi Goldberg

Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Anne Hathaway

Goldie Hawn

Chris Hemsworth

Kate Hudson

Samuel L. Jackson

Angelina Jolie

Michael B. Jordan

Anna Kendrick

Jennifer Lawrence

Matthew McConaughey

Ewan McGregor

Bill Murray

Kim Novak

Tyler Perry

Brad Pitt

Sidney Poitier

Gabourey Sidibe

Will Smith

Kevin Spacey

 

Jason Sudeikis

Channing Tatum

Charlize Theron

John Travolta

Christoph Waltz

Kerry Washington

Emma Watson

Naomi Watts

The Oscars will air live on ABC starting 4 p.m. Sunday.



Oscars 2014: Street closures, Metro changes

The 86th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood is a grand production that takes hours of labor, and a lot of precious space.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the City of Los Angeles announced street closures for the week of the Oscars for security purposes and production needs. In addition, the Metro will skip the Hollywood & Highland station after the last regularly scheduled train on Saturday until 6 a.m. Monday.

The street closures are:

- Hollywood Boulevard between Highland Avenue and Orange Drive now through 6 a.m. on Tuesday, March 4;

- Hawthorn Avenue from Highland Avenue to Orange Drive from Friday to 6 a.m. Monday;

- Orchid Street from 60 feet south of Franklin Boulevard to Orchid Alley from 6 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Monday, with the exception of residents, emergency vehicles and hotel loading;

- Orange Drive from Orchid Alley to Hollywood Boulevard from 6 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Monday, with the exception of local residents, business access and emergency vehicles;

- Johnny Grant Way from Highland Avenue to Orchid Street from 10 p.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Monday;

- All of Hawthorn Alley from Orange Drive to Highland Avenue from Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday;

- Orange Drive from Hawthorn Avenue to Hollywood Boulevard from Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday;

- Hollywood Boulevard from La Brea Boulevard to Orange Drive from 4 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Monday;

- Hollywood Boulevard from Highland Avenue to Cahuenga Boulevard from 4 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Monday;

- Hawthorn Avenue between Orange Drive and La Brea Boulevard from 4 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Monday, with the exception of local residents, local business access and emergency vehicles;

- Hawthorn Avenue between Highland Avenue and McCadden Place from 4 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Monday, with the exception of local residents, local business access and emergency vehicles;

- McCadden Place between Yucca Street and Hollywood Boulevard from 4 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Monday, with the exception of local residents, local business access and emergency vehicles;

- Yucca Street between Highland and Wilcox avenues from 4 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Monday, with the exception of local residents, local business access and emergency vehicles;

- Wilcox Avenue between Sunset and Cahuenga boulevards from 4 a.m. Sunday to 4 a.m. Monday, with the exception of local residents, local business access and emergency vehicles, and

- The Los Angeles Police Department and Los Angeles Department of Transportation will restrict access to streets that end at or intersect Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue at their discretion.

For a full list of closures, including sidewalks and alleys, go to www.oscars.org/closures.

The Academy Awards will air live beginning 4 p.m. Sunday on ABC.