The 93rd Academy Awards will air on Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
The gift bag contains approximately $225,000 worth of goodies, according to WalletHub.
Nine actors of color have been nominated for awards this year - the most in Oscars history.
The 2021 Oscars ceremony will cost more than $40 million to produce.
WalletHub identified the overall cost in its 2021 Oscars Facts report.
This year's Oscars will take place in front of a live audience of 170 people, Vulture reported. All attendees and nominees must take three COVID-19 tests before the awards and get their temperature checked the day of the event.
A 30-second commercial during the Oscars telecast costs $2 million.
That's 64% less than the cost of a Super Bowl commercial, according to WalletHub.
The Oscars ensemble of an A-list actress is estimated to cost $10 million.
Cate Blanchett wore the most expensive Oscars look ever when she won best actress in 2014, valued at a total of $18.1 million. The average attendee's look costs around $1.5 million, according to WalletHub.
The Oscars gift bag contains approximately $225,000 worth of goodies, including an all-inclusive vacation in a boutique hotel off the coast of Sweden.
The six-figure gift bag includes a $250 meditation headband, a plastic surgery consultation, a vape cartridge finished with 24-karat gold, a $360 acupuncture device, and a three-night stay at the Pater Noster lighthouse on the island of Hamneskar off Sweden's west coast, according to Hello Giggles.
This year, 32% of the nominees are women - the highest percentage in Oscars history.
This year, 70 women received a total of 76 nominations.
For the first time ever, two women have been nominated for best director.
Emerald Fennell directed "Promising Young Woman," which centers around a medical school drop-out dedicated to catching predatory men.
Chloe Zhao is the favorite to win the award after taking home the Golden Globe for best director earlier this year. She would become only the second woman ever — Kathryn Bigelow won in 2010 for "The Hurt Locker" — and the first Asian woman to win the Oscar for best director.
Leslie Odom Jr. is the fourth person - and the first man - to receive both acting and song nominations for the same movie.
Odom Jr. is nominated for best supporting actor and best original song for the Amazon Studios film "One Night in Miami."
Mary J. Blige, Lady Gaga, and Cynthia Erivo are the only other actor/singers to have been nominated in both categories.
Steven Yeun is the first Asian-American nominee for best actor.
Yeun is nominated for best actor for his role in "Minari," a film about a Korean American family that moves to a farm in Arkansas.
Viola Davis, who is nominated this year for best actress for her role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," is the most-nominated Black actress in Oscars history.
She is also the only Black woman to be nominated twice for best actress.
She had previously been nominated for best supporting actress in "Doubt" in 2008 and best actress in "The Help" in 2011. She won best supporting actress for "Fences" in 2016.
Nine actors of color have been nominated for awards this year, which is the most in Oscars history.
In addition to Steven Yeun, Viola Davis, and Leslie Odom Jr., Chadwick Boseman ("Ma Rainey's Black Bottom"), Andra Day ("The United States vs. Billie Holiday"), Daniel Kaluuya ("Judas and the Black Messiah"), LaKeith Stanfield ("Judas and the Black Messiah"), Riz Ahmed ("Sound of Metal"), and Youn Yuh-Jung ("Minari") are nominated in acting categories.
Boseman is also the first actor of color to be nominated posthumously for an Oscar.
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