Curious about the upcoming Oscars? Still, need to catch up on some of the films? Planning an Oscars party? Check here at FameMoose.com. They have you covered with any and all details and statistics that you might want to know about this year’s Oscars.
For instance, did you know that most of this year’s Oscar contenders take place in California? No less than seven of the nominated films are set in the Golden State. Although The Shape of Water, the film leading the pack with the most nominations, takes place in Baltimore, MD.
You can pick up a lot of other interesting tidbits as well. Like the names of all the Oscar nominations for the year—including foreign films and animated shorts that you might have overlooked. Or check out how many wins and nominations some of the best actor and actresses have had in the past…Meryl Streep and Daniel Day-Lewis are tied—although that may not last for long if Day-Lewis really does retire from acting after this film.
If you still need to catch up on viewing some of the Oscar films, you’ll find many of them still playing at the ArcLight Pasadena and the Laemmle. At the Laemmle, you can enter the Umpteenth Annual Laemmle Oscar Contest and make your predictions for who the winners will be on the big night. Check out the films and then check out FameMoose.com to help make your predictions based on past successes.
Pasadena is definitely an Oscars town, as many award-winning films and television shows have been shot in restaurants around the city. The city has even been known to offer an official tour of some of the Oscar-winning locations of famous films such as Father of the Bride, Back to the Future, Chinatown, Batman and Gone with the Wind.
Whether you’re placing bets in Vegas or coming up with your own trivia game for an at-home Oscar party, there is a lot to know about this year’s top films. Here’s the link again, https://www.famemoose.com/
Shelter from the Storms: Pasadena Bad Weather Shelter open through March 1
Thanks for reading our post on the 90th Annual Oscars! On another matter, the Pasadena Bad Weather Shelter is open during the current bad weather season, on nights with a forecast of 40 degrees or below and/or 40 percent chance of rain until March 1. During the 2015-2016 winter, the last season with available records, the BWS was open a total of 33 nights. It served a total of 1,941 guests — 1,423 men and 518 women.
To find out if the shelter is open each night, call the BWS Hotline at (888) 915-8111. For all other questions, call(626) 797- 2402.