Oscars 2012: Live coverage begins Sunday at 5 p.m. ET


View Photo Gallery: Nominations were released Tuesday, with Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” receiving 11.

The 84th Academy Awards show is less than three days away.

If you plan on watching the Oscars telecast — beginning 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC — please join Jen Chaney, film critic Ann Hornaday and a gaggle of other Posties (including yours truly) for live coverage beginning Sunday at 5 p.m. ET. right here in Celebritology.

We’ll have dispatches from the red carpet and the Oscars press room, as well as live updates about the show and winners, reactions from around the Web and so much more.

Until then, check out all the Oscars 2012 coverage from The Post already live and ready for you to enjoy:

A look back at unforgettable Oscar gowns

Michelle Williams, John Logan honored at pre-Oscars party

Essay: Oscar saves the day for grown-up movies

What would you ask on the red carpet?

Is a traditional show the right way to go?

Oscar odds: From George Clooney to Viola Davis, a look at who is leading the race

You write the acceptance speeches


View Photo Gallery: From Sandra Bullock’s golden Marchesa to Reese Witherspoon’s vintage Christian Dior, we’ve compiled some of the best dresses worn on the red carpet of the Academy Awards over the past 10 years.

Nominations:

Oscar nominations 2012: The list of nominees

Max von Sydow reacts to Oscar nod in cursive

Oscars nominations: the shockers

Did the best picture change make a difference?


View Photo Gallery: From “The Broadway Melody” to “The King’s Speech,” here are some memorable best-picture Oscar choices.

Video coverage:

Could Brad Pitt really win best actor?

Predicting the Oscar winners: Best director

Predicting the Oscar winners: Best original and adapted screenplay

Will there be an upset for Best Picture?

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