Oscars 2019 presenters: Serena Williams, Barbra Streisand, Trevor Noah to introduce Best Picture nominees

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Wednesday, February 20, 2019
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The Oscars are fast approaching, and we're learning more about which stars to expect at the star-studded event.

The Academy announced on Wednesday that an array of celebrities in and out of Hollywood, such as Serena Williams and Barbra Streisand, would be introducing the Best Picture nominees and reflecting on the films.

Here are the celebrities who will be giving these special introductions:

Chef José Andrés

Dana Carvey

Queen Latifah

Congressman John Lewis

Diego Luna

Tom Morello

Mike Myers

Trevor Noah

Amandla Stenberg

Barbra Streisand

Serena Williams

And the show only gets bigger. Some A-list celebrities who will be presenting at Hollywood's biggest night of the year include music superstars, past Oscar winners and actors with big films coming out soon. Jennifer Lopez, Whoopi Goldberg and Brie Larson (AKA Captain Marvel) were among the first batch of presenters. Another batch, which was announced on Tuesday, includes Michael B. Jordan, Tyler Perry and Michelle Yeoh.

The presenters aren't the only A-list celebrities who will be there: The performers list includes members of Queen, Bette Middler and Lady Gaga.

Here are the other presenters we know about so far.

Awkwafina

Javier Bardem

Angela Bassett

Chadwick Boseman

Emilia Clarke

Daniel Craig

Laura Dern

Chris Evans

Tina Fey

Elsie Fisher

Whoopi Goldberg

Danai Gurira

Brian Tyree Henry

Samuel L. Jackson

Stephan James

Michael B. Jordan

Michael Keaton

Keegan-Michael Key

Brie Larson

KiKi Layne

Jennifer Lopez

James McAvoy

Melissa McCarthy

Helen Mirren

Jason Momoa

John Mulaney

Sarah Paulson

Tyler Perry

Amy Poehler

Krysten Ritter

Paul Rudd

Maya Rudolph

Charlize Theron

Tessa Thompson

Pharrell Williams

Constance Wu

Michelle Yeoh

RELATED: Everything to know about Oscars 2019

Don't miss the Oscars LIVE on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. ET | 5 p.m. PT on ABC.