Terry CrewsThe Old Spice spokesman has had an impressive if not niche acting career. Still a bit of a head-scratcher, but the man brings a ton of joy and muscles wherever he pops up, so we'll take it.
Lou FerrignoThe kitschy '70s start ("The Incredible Hulk" TV series) mostly takes B-movie action roles or plays heightened versions of himself ("I Love You, Man"). But we'll welcome him with a smile because we know what happens when he gets angry.
Tom FeltonWith all due respect to child stars who chug along into adulthood as actors, including "Harry Potter"'s platinum blonde baby villain, this seems like a stretch -- or perhaps a nod to the iconic books turning 20 this year.
Rupert GrintSame thing goes here for Grint, the lovable Ron Weasely.
Debbie AllenAllen is best known for playing Lydia in the iconic film "Fame," but she's long been a choreographer for the Oscars telecast. She's essentially the Bruce Vilanch of dance at the Academy, so this is a long-overdue internal promotion.
Jimmy Jam and Terry LewisThese R&B icons, most famous for their shepherding of Janet Jackson's most memorable albums, might seem curious additions to the film academy. The men have put in hundreds of songs on movie soundtracks over the years, however.
Jeanne TriplehornDon't get us wrong, we're obsessed with Triplehorn. "Sliding Doors"? Amazing. "Big Love"? She was the show. But the actress does fall somewhere on a spectrum of "Why isn't she already a member" and "Really?"