Google Assistant will answer your Oscars queries & share favorites

Google Assistant Oscars

Have questions about the Oscars? Google Assistant is predicting winners for a handful of Annual Academy Awards.

First up, let’s cover the basics. Just ask:

  • “Hey Google, when are the Oscars?” and then you can set a reminder with the Assistant on your phone or smart speaker like Google Nest Audio.

Get the inside scoop from your Google Assistant.

  • “Hey Google, who’s nominated for Animated Feature Film at the Oscars?” to hear the list of nominees
  • “Hey Google, who’s nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars?” and if you haven’t seen the movie, you can follow up with the Assistant on your phone or TV:
  • “Show me the trailer for … [insert your favorite nominee].”

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To hear some predictions ahead of the red carpet, try

  • “Hey Google, what are your Oscar predictions?” or
  • “Hey Google, who do you think is best dressed at the Oscars?”
  • “Hey Google, who’s going to win Best Picture?”

And, if you happen to miss a few moments of the big show, just say

  • “Hey Google, who won the Oscar for Best Actor?”
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Not every category will bring this up, but major ones such as “Best Picture”, “Best Actor” and “Best Actress” do, including answering questions about current nominees, predictions, and a cute Easter egg by joining on the award night fun by saying— “Hey Google, give me an award,” but have your speech prepared.

From preparing you for an Oscars movie marathon — to enjoying the big night,  “Hey Google, turn down the lights,” the Google Assistant is here to help you do more.

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