Google has launched a dedicated hub for the 92nd Academy Awards, more commonly known as the 2020 Oscars. The hub is the perfect companion for anyone who’s interested in Hollywood. And you can reach it by searching “Oscars 2020” on your smartphone.
The hub gives you an overview of the event, lists of the nominees and last year’s winners, plus news, videos, and trending topics. It places everything you need to know about the 2020 Oscars in one place. Thus preventing you from clicking around different sites.
How to Find Google’s 2020 Oscars Hub
To trigger the hub on Google, just search “Oscars 2020” on your smartphone. The hub will appear at the top of the results, allowing you to learn all about the 92nd Academy Awards. The tab open by default will be Overview, which offers an overview of the event.
The other tabs to explore are Nominees (a list of the nominees), News (self-explanatory), Trending Now (the nominees that are trending), Last Year’s Winners (self-explanatory), Videos (on YouTube), and People Also Search For (similar subjects on Google).
As well as the 2020 Oscars hub on Google Search, Google has a number of other ways for movie fans to keep up to date with the 92nd Academy Awards. This includes discovering where to watch the Oscar-nominated films by Googling, “What to Watch”.
Deciding on which Oscar-nominated movies to watch before the winners are announced? Find all of this year’s nominees when you search “what to watch” ? https://t.co/4m8kQTF1nV pic.twitter.com/eeNRcSM2fp
— Google (@Google) February 5, 2020
As detailed in a post on The Keyword, you can also watch short-form videos from nominees, browse a Google Trends page dedicated to the 2020 Oscars, learn how to share GIFs from the event using Tenor, and ask the Google Assistant questions about the Oscars.
Further Reading for Fans of Filmmaking
The 92nd Academy Awards, hosted by John Cho and Issa Rae, are being held on Sunday, February 9th, 2020. Oscars will be presented in 24 different categories. These include Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Original Screenplay.
Google’s 2020 Oscars hub is aimed at movie buffs who love Hollywood and the film industry. If that describes you then you here are some YouTube channels which analyze films and the art of filmmaking . All of which will help you understand the craft.