Superheroes always save the day.
The Oscars are still scrambling to get a host for the upcoming award show since the idea of not having a host was seemingly not an option. After Kevin Hart recently stated that he will not take on the gig, after stepping down previously, he made it clear that he will not be entertaining the idea further. "I am done with it. It gets no more energy," he said. "For the last time, I am done addressing this. There is no more conversation about it."
Reports from The Hollywood Reporter now suggest that the Academy is rounding up the cast of The Avengers to host the award show and its many segments. Apparently, some of the cast were even asked to not present of the recent Golden Globes, to hype up their attendance for the Oscars.
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Having multiple hosts coming from such a beloved film is a pretty great path for the Oscars to take which could also be the new way of hosting shows in the future. If the reports are true, the award show set to air on February 24th will see Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Samuel L. Jackson and more all working together as hosts.
All in all, the move would be fantastic promo for Avengers: Endgame, which hits theaters April 26.