Academy awards producer announces 2 hosts for next year's event

Former Fox executive, David Hill, who will be Producing the show with producer, Reginald Hudlin, told Entertainment Weekly, "There Will be multiple hosts for sure-there two Will Be."

The Oscars

The Oscars are changing things up this year as two hosts would be seeking to take on the emcee duties for the 2016 Academy Awards.

Former Fox executive, David Hill, who will be Producing the show with producer, Reginald Hudlin, told Entertainment Weekly, "There Will be multiple hosts for sure-there two Will Be."

When asked how he made the decision to add a second host to the event, he Said:

"Two is better than one," and joked, "Just imagine you're in there. One of your hosts drops dead from cardiac arrest . What do you do? Second host goes on! And you keep going. ... Note to self. Check out Their heart rates. "

A few more names that came to resound among Oscar viewer's suggestions on possible duo's, include: Jimmy FallonJimmy KimmelAmy Schumer,Anna Kendrick, Kevin Hart and James Corden.

Ricky Gervais Aussi teased His fans on Wednesday by tweeting and quickly deleting several messages about taking on the Oscars gig himself.

Though two hosts will Be different, it's not entirely new to the Academy Awards.

The last time two people hosted the show in 2011 was when James Franco and Anne Hathaway took over.

Their appearance was not well regarded by viewers and received some major criticism.

However, the year before that, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin delivered that show and much more positive feedback were recieved.

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