Oprah Winfrey has landed James Cameron, Halle Berry, Glenn Close and Michael Douglas for her second annual Oscar special.
As she did last year, Winfrey is recruiting other celebrities to interview each other for the hour, which is set to air Wednesday, March 3 at 10 p.m. The lineup, per ABC’s release:
– 2002 Academy Award-winner Halle Berry (Actress in a Leading Role, “Monster’s Ball”) and last year’s Supporting Actress winner, Penélope Cruz (“Vicky Cristina Barcelona”), who this year is a Supporting Actress nominee for her role in “Nine.”
– Academy Award-winning director James Cameron (“Titanic”), director of “Avatar,” sits down with three of the stars from the film, Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and three-time Oscar-nominated Sigourney Weaver. “Avatar” is the recipient of nine Oscar nominations this year, including Best Picture.
– Ben Affleck, who won an Oscar in 1998 for original screenplay, along with Matt Damon, for “Good Will Hunting,” chats with Jeremy Renner, who garnered a nomination for Actor in a Leading Role for “The Hurt Locker.” The film is tied with “Avatar” for the most nominations this year, at nine.
– Two of the stars reunite from “Fatal Attraction,” the 1987 classic film and recipient of six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture — five-time Oscar-nominated actress Glenn Close and multiple Oscar recipient Michael Douglas. Close received an Actress in a Leading Role nomination for her part in the film.