Oscars producers lift the lid on nearly 'impossible' ceremony
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Los Angeles (AFP) – A “teeny-tiny” red carpet, no invitations for Hollywood’s most powerful moguls, and a “central” role for masks — next weekend’s in-person Oscars are taking no risks when it comes to Covid-19, but the event still would have been “impossible” to hold just weeks earlier, producers said Saturday. The 93rd Academy Awards will mark the first time Tinseltown’s finest have assembled in over a year, for a three-hour show that co-producer Steven Soderbergh said is “not going to be like anything that’s been done before.” The delayed April 25 ceremony takes place barely a week after C…

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