Do you know who the most nominated living person is? How about identifying the only sisters to win the acting award? Click through for these and other such milestones in the history of the Academy Awards.
All records will be correct as of May 12, 2020.
Elder to win the best director
Clint Eastwood, the star of films such as “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” (1966) and “The Bridges of Madison County” (1995), was 74 years old when he won the Oscar for “Million Dollar Baby” in 2005 . Eastwood is also the only person who produced, directed and starred two Best Picture winners – “Unforgiven” (1992) and “Million Dollar Baby” (2004).
First non-English best picture
At the 92nd Academy Awards in 2020, the South Korean film “Parasite” was the first foreign language film to win in the “Best Film” category. The dark comedy thriller is directed by Bong Joon-ho and written together with Han Jin-won.
Films that have won the most acting awards
No film has ever won the Academy Awards quartet – Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress. The next one that ever came is “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951; Marlon Brando missed the Best Actor Award) and “Network” (1976; Ned Beatty lost in the “Best Supporting Actor” category).
(Photo) Vivien Leigh and Brando in a still from “A Streetcar Named Desire”.
Most wins in a single year
Parasite’s (2019) writer and producer, Bong Joon Ho (R), won four Oscars in 2020 – Best Original Screenplay, Best Director, Best International Feature Film and Best Picture – to help Walt Disney’s record of most victories in one night . Disney took four statuettes home from the 26th annual awards in 1954 – Best Documentary (Feature) for “The Living Desert”, Best Documentary (Short Story) for “The Alaskan Eskimo”, Best Short Film (Cartoons) for “Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom ”and the best short story (two-reel) for“ Bear Country ”.
Disney also holds the record for most Oscar nominations and wins from one person (living or dead) – 59 and 22 respectively. He also won four Honorary Oscars.
Most nominated person (living)
Music composer John Williams, on his impressive work “Jaws” (1975), “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial ”(1982),“ Schindler’s List ”(1993) and most recently“ Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker ”(2019) have 52 nominations for his name. Williams has won five Oscar awards for “Fiddler on the Roof” (1971), “Jaws”, “Star Wars” (1977), “E. T. the Extra-Terrestrial” and “Schindler’s List”.
Family members in Best Picture winners
English actress Rachel Kempson (pictured) heads an acting dynasty that includes six-time Oscar nominee Vanessa Redgrave.
Kempson appeared in “Tom Jones” (1963) and “Out of Africa” (1985), both of which were recognized as best films. All three children followed in their footsteps and won the best picture – Lynn Redgrave was in “Tom Jones” and Corin Redgrave and Vanessa in “A Man for All Seasons” (1966).
Every film nominated
The late John Cazale starred in just five films and all received Oscar nods. These five were “The Godfather” (1972, 10 nominations and three victories, including Best Film), “The Conversation” (1974, three nominations, including Best Film), “The Godfather: Part II” (1974, 11 nominations and six Victories, including Best Film and Best Director), “Dog Day Afternoon” (1975, six nominations and one win) and “The Deer Hunter” (1978, nine nominations and five victories, including Best Film and Best Director).
(Image L-R) With Al Pacino, Marlon Brando and James Caan in “The Godfather”.
First family to win over generations
Under the direction of Walter Huston (Best Supporting Actor for “The Treasure of Sierra Madre” (1948)), the family won the Oscar over three generations. Huston’s son John was named Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay for “The Treasure of Sierra Madre”, and his daughter Anjelica was named Best Supporting Actress for “Prizzi’s Honor” (1985).
(Image) Walter Huston (L) poses with John after winning Oscars for “Treasure of the Sierra Madre” on March 24, 1949 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Carmine Coppola, the second family to win Oscars over three generations, began winning an award for the Original Dramatic Score for “The Godfather: Part II” (1974). His son Francis Ford Coppola won the first of his five Oscars in 1971 – Best Writing, Story and Screenplay for “Patton”. Francis Ford’s daughter – Sofia Coppola – won an Oscar for Best Screenplay in 2004, the original screenplay for Lost in Translation.
The family can also claim a fourth Oscar-winning member in Nicolas Cage (Sofia’s cousin), who was named best actor for “Leaving Las Vegas” (1995).
(Pictured) Francis Ford (R) and his father Carmine pose after winning their Oscars on April 8, 1975 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Only brothers with actor nominations
River and Joaquin Phoenix are the only brothers who have been nominated for the Academy Awards. River was nominated for “Running on Empty” in 1988. Joaquin has four Oscar nods – “Gladiator” (2000), “Walk the Line” (2005), “The Master” (2012) and “Joker” (2019, pic), which he continued to win.
Only sisters win incumbent Oscars
Joan Fontaine (L) won the best actress for “Suspicion” (1941). Olivia de Havilland won the same award twice – for “To Each His Own” (1946) and “The Heiress” (1949).
Only couples who win Oscars for leading roles
Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh (L) are the only couple to win incumbent Oscars. Olivier was recognized as the best actor for “Hamlet” (1948) and Leigh as the best actress for “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951). She also won the same award for “Gone with the Wind” (1939), but that was before her marriage.
The only other couple that comes close is Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward; Newman won for “The Color of Money” (1986) and Woodward for “The Three Faces of Eve” (1957). However, the latter won before she married in 1958.
Only director wins
In the history of the Academy Awards, only five women were nominated for Best Director – Lina Wertmüller for “Seven Beauties” (1975), Jane Campion for “The Piano” (1993) and Sofia Coppola for “Lost in Translation” (2003)) , Kathryn Bigelow (pictured) for “The Hurt Locker” (2008) and Greta Gerwig for “Lady Bird” (2017).
Bigelow is the only woman to have won the award. She beat ex-husband James Cameron, who was nominated for “Avatar”, for the award in 2009.
Successive acting awards
Only five actors have ever won the same prize in consecutive years. The first to do so was Luise Rainer, who won the Academy Award for Best Actress for “The Great Ziegfield” (1936) and “The Good Earth” (1937).
She was followed by Spencer Tracy, who was recognized as the best actor for “Captains Courageous” (1937) and “Boys Town” (1938). Katharine Hepburn was recognized as the best actress for “Guess Who Comes to Dinner” (1967) and “The Lion in Winter” (1968).
Jason Robards won the Best Supporting Actor Award for “All the President’s Men” (1976) and “Julia” (1977) and Tom Hanks won the Best Supporting Actor Award for “Philadelphia” (1993) and “Forrest Gump” (1994).
(Image) Tracy and Hepburn in “Woman of the Year” (1942).
Brother Sister Oscar Winner
The only brother-sister couple who won the Academy Awards are Lionel Barrymore (Best Actor for “A Free Soul” (1931)) and Ethel Barrymore (Best Supporting Actress for “None But the Lonely Heart” (1944)).
(Image) Ethel (L) and Lionel in “Rasputin and the Empress” (1932).
Only X-rated winner of the best picture
Director John Schlesinger’s “Midnight Cowboy” (1969).
In 1971 the film was edited and rated R.
(Picture) Jon Voight (L) and Dustin Hoffman in a still from the film.
Country with the most foreign language films wins
Italy – 11 wins and three special / honorary prizes from 28 nominations.
(Image) A still image from the Oscar winner “Cinema Paradiso” (1988).
“Ben-Hur” (R, 1959), “Titanic” (L, 1997) and “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” (2003) each won 11 Oscars from 12, 14 and 11 nominations. respectively.
Posthumous victories by actors
Heath Ledger (R) and Peter Finch are the only actors to have received an Oscar for “The Dark Knight” (2008) and “Network” (1976) posthumously.
One character, two Oscars
Marlon Brando (L) and Robert De Niro are the only actors to have won Oscars for the same character – that of Vito Corleone in “The Godfather” (1972) and “The Godfather Part II” (1974).
The first three-time Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis is the first to win three Oscar awards for best actor.
(In the picture) A combination of pictures of the actor posing with his Oscars (from L): on March 2nd, 1990 for his role in “My Left Foot”; on February 28, 2008 for his role in “There Will Be Blood”; and on February 24, 2013 for his role in “Lincoln”.
Youngest and oldest best actors
At 29 years and 343 days, Adrien Brody (pictured) was the youngest to receive the Best Actor Award. he won it for “The Pianist” (2002).
At 76 years and 317 days, Henry Fonda became the oldest to receive the same award. he won it for “On Golden Pond” (1981).
Youngest and oldest best actresses
Jessica Tandy (L) won the “Driving Miss Daisy” (1989) award when she was 80 years and 292 days old.
At the other end of the spectrum, Marlee Matlin won the best actress for “Children of a Little God” at the age of 21 years and 218 days (1986, her film debut).
First person to decline an Oscar
In 1935, screenwriter Dudley Nichols declined his Oscar for the film “The Informer” to protest, among other things, the academy’s refusal to accept the Screen Writers’ Guild.
Registered winner only
In 1935, Hal Mohr (L) won an Oscar for cinematography for the film “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” without being nominated. He won by a written vote, a practice that the academy soon banned.
The Academy of Arts and Sciences for Feature Films streamlined voting in the Board of Governors elections in June, eliminated a runoff election, and introduced the same preference system used to determine the Oscar winner for the best picture.
Academy members learned of the changes in an email from AMPAS CEO Dawn Hudson in early May. A spokesman for the academy confirmed TheWrap the new rules.
So far, governors have been elected in a two-step process, the first of which selected four finalists in each of the Academy’s 17 branches. A second round then determined a winner from the four finalists.
Under the new system, a single round of voting will take place in early June in which all members of each branch can run for a seat on the board. Instead of a first round of voting, in which a group of finalists is formed, the preference system – also known as a ranking list or immediate vote – will narrow the field until a single consensus decision remains.
While most academics don’t seem to understand the system as it is used to make Oscar nominees and best picture winners, it is an extremely effective way to give voters the ability to cast ballots for their true favorites, without worrying about wasting a vote first choice falls out of the race.
The question is whether the optimized system will have an impact on the most recent voting patterns. For many years, incumbents have almost always been reelected to the board, even after the board has come under fire for rash attempts to revise the Oscar show.
Each branch of the Academy is represented by three governors, who have a staggered three-year term. Every year there is a seat in every branch. Governors who can be re-elected this year include Whoopi Goldberg in the Actors Branch, Kimberly Peirce in the Directors Branch, Albert Berger in the Producers Branch and Larry Karaszewski in the Writers Branch.
Related Slideshow: Honest Moments 2020 Oscars (provided by Photo Services)
A look at some of the best open and backstage moments you may have missed at the 92nd Academy Awards on February 9, 2020 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
(Image L-R) Mark Ruffalo, Mahershala Ali and Timothée Chalamet pose for a selfie on the red carpet.
Brad Pitt is waiting for his Oscar statuette to be engraved at the Governors Ball after the award ceremony.
Florence Pugh responds after hitting Scarlett Johansson on the red carpet.
Rami Malek and Lucy Boynton are talking.
Tom Hanks (L) talks to Leonardo DiCaprio.
Joaquin Phoenix hugs his partner Rooney Mara.
Margot Robbie and DiCaprio greet each other on the red carpet.
Renée Zellweger is waiting for her award to be engraved at the Governors Ball.
Timothée Chalamet poses on the red carpet.
Robbie (C) and Charlize Theron (R) talk to other guests.
Martin Scorsese (L) and Spike Lee talk to a guest.
Joaquin Phoenix hugs Robert De Niro (below) in the audience.
Hanks (L) Bradley Cooper (C) and Rita Wilson speak in the audience.
(L-R) Robbie, Saoirse Ronan and Greta Gerwig react when Jacqueline Durran (not shown) wins the best costume design for “Little Women”.
Brie Larson (C) laughs with other guests.
Cooper (C) laughs in the audience.
(L-R) Larson, Dean-Charles Chapman and George MacKay are talking.
Theron and Hanks greet each other.
Chalamet and Robbie laugh together.
Zellweger and Cooper at the ceremony.
Salma Hayek and Penélope Cruz (R) hug on the red carpet.
Johansson and partner Colin Jost walk the red carpet.
Gal Gadot comes to the ceremony.
Johansson congratulates Taika Waititi (L) on winning the best adapted script for “Jojo Rabbit”.
(L-R) Olivia Colman, Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph can be seen in the audience.
Pitt (L) and Cooper are talking.
Hanks and wife Rita Wilson on the red carpet.
Pitt drinks water behind the stage.
Janelle Monáe (R) signs Sandy Powell’s outfit.
Gerwig talks to Saoirse Ronan (R) on the red carpet.
Zellweger (L) and Regina King in the audience.
Rebel Wilson (L) and James Corden stand backstage and are disguised as characters from the film “Cats”.
Lilly Singh eats a biscuit on the red carpet.
Oscar winners Bong Joon-ho (L) and Taika Waititi can be seen behind the scenes.
Jonas Rivera kisses his award for the best animated feature film for “Toy Story 4”.
King (L) congratulates Pitt on his victory as best supporting actor.
Mahershala Ali and Zellweger (R) greet each other on the red carpet.
Bong Joon-ho watches his Oscars at the Governors Ball.
Hayek, Camila Morrone and DiCaprio at the ceremony.
Shia LaBeouf and Corden at the ceremony.
The cast of “Parasite” poses for a selfie on the red carpet.
Here is the partial text from Dawn Hudson’s email to members announcing the changes:
Like all of us, the academy had to adapt to the changing environment in the midst of the COVID 19 crisis. With that in mind, we’ve postponed the upcoming Board of Governors and Branch Executive Committee elections and made some changes to make the voting process easier for you.
In order to become more efficient and offer you a more efficient and less time-consuming process, we have a registration period from Monday, May 18, 9:00 a.m. to Friday, May 22, 5:00 p.m. PT, and then go from Monday June 1 at 9:00 p.m. PT to Friday June 5 at 5:00 p.m. directly to the final vote for each branch. PT.
In addition, the Board of Governors has decided to give preference to the voting system. This not only avoids draws and additional votes, but also gives you more choices and allows you to sort your candidates in order of preference, such as: B. The voting method for the best picture. This voting system ensures that the winner has the approval of most and broadest voters, and helps the winning candidates better represent your branch membership votes.
As always, we look forward to your participation in voting and we encourage you to do so. It is a crucial part of membership in the academy. We want to make sure that our nearly 100 year old organization continues to meet the challenges of this time and that we plan ahead for a bright future.
Related Slideshow: Events Canceled or Postponed Due to a COVID-19 Pandemic (provided by Photo Services)
Met gala (new york, new york, usa)
Status: Canceled Original date: May 4th
(Pictured) Lady Gaga at the 2019 Met Gala in New York City on May 6th.
Peabody Awards (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: 18th of June New date: TBA
(Image) Rebecca Sugar poses during the Peabody Awards in New York City, New York, the United States, on May 18, 2019.
47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (Pasadena, California, USA)
Status: Postponed Original data: 12.-14. June 2020 New dates: TBA
(Image) (L-R) Hosts Sheryl Underwood, Mario Lopez and Alan Muraoka speak on stage on May 5, 2019 at the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Pasadena, California.
European Athletics Championships (Paris, France)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: 25-30 August 2020
Oktoberfest (Munich, Germany)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: September 19 – October 4, 2020
Comic-Con (San Diego, California, USA)
Status: Canceled Original date: July 23-26, 2020 New date: 22.-25. July 2021
Taylor Swift – ‘Lover Fest’ tours and all other shows
Status: Postponed Original date: 25-16 July 2020 (Lover Fest West) and July 31-Aug. 1, 2020 (Lovers Festival East) New date: 2021
Princess Beatrice of York’s wedding (The Chapel Royal at St. James’s Palace, London, England)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: May 29th
Tour de France
Status: Postponed Original date: June 27 – July 19 New date: August 29 – September 20, 2020
UFC 249 (New York, USA)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: April 18
(Image) Tony Ferguson interacts with media during the UFC 249 press conference at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA on March 6, 2020.
BST Hyde Park concert (London, England)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: July 3rd to 5th and July 10th to 12th
Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal, Canada)
Status: Postponed Original date: 12.-14. June New date: TBA
CMT Music Awards 2020 (Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: 3rd of June New date: October 14th
(Picture) Kid Rock on stage during the event in Nashville on October 16, 2019.
US Open (Mamaroneck, New York, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: June 18-21 New date: September 17th to 20th
FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Panama / Costa Rica 2020
Status: Postponed Original date: August September New date: TBA
(Image) FIFA President Gianni Infantino speaks during a press conference on November 19, 2019 in Alajuela, Costa Rica.
FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2020
Status: Postponed Original date: November New date: TBA
(Image): Oliver Vogt, project manager of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2020, speaks at a press conference in Guwahati, India on November 28, 2019.
COP26 climate summit (Scotland)
Status: Postponed Original data: 9th-19th November New dates: October 2021
(Image) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (L) and British broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough at the launch of the United Kingdom’s COP26 UN Summit on February 4, 2020 in London, England.
Justin Biebers Changes Tour (USA, Canada)
Status: Postponed Original data: May 14 – September 26 New dates: TBD
Wimbledon (London, England)
Status: Postponed Original date: June 29 – July 12 New date: June 28 – July 11, 2021
Ethiopian parliamentary elections
Status: Postponed Was planned for: 29th August New date: TBA
(Image) Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed speaks at a press conference on August 1, 2019 in Addis Ababa.
Edinburgh Festival Edge
Status: Canceled Was planned for: August 7th to 31st
Tony awards (new york, new york, usa)
Status: Postponed June 7th Original date: New date: TBD
(Picture) Presenter James Corden speaks to the audience during the Tony Awards in New York City on June 9, 2019.
VidCon 2020 (Anaheim, California, USA)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: June 17th to 20th
Tokyo Olympics (Japan)
Status: Postponed July 24-Aug. 9 Original data: New dates: July 23-Aug 8th
(Image) Flame arrival ceremony of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics at the Matsushima Air Base of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force on March 20, 2020.
Football Association Australia (FFA) A-League (Australia)
Status: Postponed TBD New dates: (Picture) Mirko Boland of Adelaide United in action during the quarterfinal match of the FFA Cup against APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC in Sydney, Australia on September 26, 2018.
Status: Seven races suspended until May 3rd New dates: TBD
Chappell-Hadlee ODI series (Australia)
Status: Canceled after 1st ODI Original date: March 13th to 20th New date: TBA
(Image) Australia’s Mitchell Marsh bats during the first ODI series game against New Zealand on March 13, 2020 in Sydney, Australia.
Major League Soccer (USA)
Status: Exposed for 30 days New date: TBD
(Image) The winners of 2018, Atlanta United, celebrate with the trophy.
World Rugby Sevens Series (London and Paris)
Status: Remaining series postponed Original data: March 28-29 New dates: September 2020
(Pictured) New Zealand celebrates after beating Australia during the Canada Sevens, round 6 of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, which took place on March 8, 2020 in Vancouver, Canada.
Rugby U20 World Cup (Italy)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: Late June and July
Cannes Film Festival (France)
Status: Postponed Original data: May 12-23 New dates: TBA
(Image) Priyanka Chopra will be attending the screening of “Les Plus Belles Annees D’Une Vie” on May 18, 2019.
Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort, the Netherlands)
Status: Postponed Original date: May 1st to 3rd New date: TBA
Spanish Grand Prix (Montmeló, Catalonia, Spain)
Status: Postponed Original data: May 8-10 New date: TBA
Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo, Monaco)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: May 21st to 24th
2020 Invictus Games (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Status: Postponed Original data: May 9 to 16 New date: TBA
Trevor Noah’s loud and clear tour (Mumbai and New Delhi, India)
Status: Postponed Original date: April 9th and 11th New date: TBA
“No time to die”2nd of April Original date: New date: November 12th
“A Quiet Place: Part II”March 18 Original date: TBA New date:
“Black widow”1st of May Original date: TBA New date:
“Mulan”27th of March Original date: TBA New date:
“Antebellum”April 24th Original date: TBA New date:
(Image, L-R) Directors Cary Joji Fukunaga, Léa Seydoux and Daniel Craig pose on September 9, 2019 on the set of the James Bond film “No Time to Die” in Matera, Italy.
TV shows postponed
“Friends” goodbye Original date: May 2020 New date: TBA
Production was also discontinued for the following shows: “Lord of the Rings”, “Carnival Series”, “Wheel of Time”, “Loki”.
Eurovision Song Contest 2020 (Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: May 12, 14 and 16
PGA Championship 2020 (San Francisco, California, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: 11-17 May New date: TBA
(Image) Brooks Koepka from the USA poses with the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the 2019 PGA Championship on the Bethpage Black course in Farmingdale, New York, USA on May 19, 2019.
British Academy Television Awards (London, England)
Status: Postponed Original date: 17th of May New date: TBA
(Image, L-R) Fiona Shaw, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Jodie Comer pose during the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Award on May 12, 2019 in London, England.
Billboard Music Awards (Paradise, Nevada, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: April 29 New date: TBA
(Image) Brendon Urie and Taylor Swift.
Status: Canceled Was planned for: June 24-28
The French Open
Status: Postponed Original date: May 24 – June 7 New date: September 20 – October 4
Status: Postponed Original date: June 12 to July 12, 2020 New date: June 11 – July 11, 2021
Grand National (Liverpool, England)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: 4. April
Razzie Awards (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Status: Canceled (The winners were announced in a press release on March 16) Original date: the 14th of March
Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir, Bahrain)
Status: Postponed Original data: March 20-22 New dates: TBD
Travel of Queen Elizabeth II (Cheshire and Camden in England)
Status: Postponed Original data: March 19 and 26 New dates: TBD
Status: Postponed Original date: 26th of April New date: 4th of October
(Image) Brigid Kosgei of Kenya crosses the finish line to win the women’s elite race during the Virgin Money London marathon on April 28, 2019 in London, England.
Masters tournament (Augusta, Georgia, USA)
Status: Postponed Original data: April 9-12 New dates: 9.-15. November
Vietnam Grand Prix (Hanoi, Vietnam)
Status: Postponed Original data: April 3rd to 5th New dates: TBD
New York International Auto Show (New York, New York, usa)
Status: Postponed Original data: 10th-19th April New dates: August 28 – September 6
Wales v Scotland – Six Nations Rugby (Cardiff, Wales)
Status: Postponed Original date: the 14th of March New date: TBD
(Image) Gareth Anscombe (L) of Wales will be attacked by Scottish international Byron McGuigan on March 9, 2019 during the six nations international rugby union game at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival (Indio, California, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: 10.-12. April and 17th-19th April New date: October 9 to 11, October 16 to 18 and October 23 to 25 (stagecoach)
Tomorrowland Winter (Huez, France)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: March 14-21
South through Southwest (Austin, Texas, USA)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: March 13-22
(Pic) Actress Olivia Wilde speaks on stage during the South by Southwest (SXSW) event 2019.
Ultra Music Festival (Miami, Florida, USA)
Status: Postponed Original data: March 20-22 New dates: March 26-28, 2021
Sun Valley Film Festival (Idaho, USA)
Status: Postponed to 2021 Original data: March 18-22
Tribeca Film Festival (New York, New York, USA)
Status: Postponed Original data: April 15-26 New dates: TBD
Montclair Film Festival (New Jersey, USA)
Status: Postponed Original data: May 1st to 10th New dates: TBD
GLAAD Media Awards (New York, New York, USA)
Status: Canceled Original date: 19th March
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: March 22 New date: TBD
(Image) The cast of “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical” will appear on stage at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in 2019.
Juno Awards (Saskatoon, Canada)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: March, 15
Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne, Australia)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: 12.-15. March
Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai, China)
Status: Postponed Original data: 17th-19th April New dates: TBD
(Picture) Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton from Great Britain after winning the Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix on April 14, 2019.
NBA 2019-20 season
(Image) San Antonio Spurs striker LaMarcus Aldridge (R) celebrates his goal against the Dallas Mavericks during an NBA basketball game on March 10, 2020.
NHL 2019-20 season
(Image) Mikhail Sergachev (L) from Tampa Bay Lightning and Dylan Larkin from the Detroit Red Wings in action during an NHL game in Detroit, Michigan, the United States, on March 8, 2020.
NCAA (winter and spring championships)
(Pictured) Officials disinfect seats at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, March 12, 2020.
Status: Canceled for six weeks until April 20 Affected Events: Miami Open; the US men’s clay court championships in Houston; the Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakech, Morocco; the Monte Carlo masters; the Barcelona Open; the Hungarian Open in Budapest.
Dominic Thiem from Austria plays a forehand on November 16, 2019 at the ATP World Tour Final in London, England.
Status: Postponed to April 3rd
Pearl Jam (Canada, USA)
Status: Postponed Original data: March 18 – April 19 New dates: TBD
(Image) Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder performs at Wembley Stadium in London on July 6, 2019.
Ciara (USO Fort Hood opens in Texas, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: 19th March New date: TBD
Maluma – 11:11 World Tour (Europe)
Status: Postponed New date: TBD
Khalid – Free Spirit World Tour (Asia)
Status: Postponed New dates: TBD
BTS – Map of the Soul Tour (Seoul, South Korea)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: April 11, 12, 18 and 19
Mariah carey (honolulu, hawaii, usa)
Status: Postponed Old date: March 10 New date: November 28th
Kiss – End of Road Tour (Tulsa, Oklahoma; Biloxi, Mississippi; Lafayette, Louisiana, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: March New dates: October 4th, 6th and 7th
Avril Lavigne – Water Tour (China, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan)
Status: Postponed Original data: April 23 to May 24 New dates: TBD
London Book Fair (London, England)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: March 10th to 12th
Ali Wong – The Milk and Money Tour (San Antonio, Texas, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: the 14th of March New date: 15th of August
Mobile World Congress (Barcelona, Spain)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: February 24-27
The Metropolitan Opera (New York, New York, USA)
Status: Canceled performances and rehearsals scheduled by March 31st
Zac Brown Band – The Owl Tour (Spring Leg)
Status: Postponed Original data: March 13 – April 25 New dates: TBD
St. Patrick’s Day Parades (All major cities)
status :: Cancels in several cities like London, New York, Dublin, Boston, Denver, Chicago and Pittsburgh among others
CinemaCon (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: March 30 – April 2
Electronic entertainment expo (los angeles, california, usa)
Status: Canceled Was planned for: June 9-11
Introduction to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Status: Postponed Original date: 2.May New date: TBD