Academy Award producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer announced today Javier Bardem, Helen Mirren, and Matthew McConaughey will all be added to the list of presenters at this Sunday's Oscar ceremony.
Bardem has received much praise for his work over the years. In 2007, he took home the Oscar for his work in No Country For Old Men. He has received his third nomination this year for his lead role in Biutiful.
Mirren has been nominated four times and won in 2006 for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen. She was also nominated in 2009 for her role in The Last Station, 1994 for her role in The Madness of King George, and 2001 for Gosford Park.
McConaughey can be seen in the upcoming Lincoln Lawyer. He has not been nominated for any Oscars, but his list of work is extensive including, A Time to Kill, Amistad, The Wedding Planner, and Tropic Thunder.
The three presenters will join Hugh Jackman, Robert Downey Jr. Annette Bening, Tom Hanks, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, and Reese Witherspoon Russell Brand, and Scarlett Johansson, Hilary Swank, and Josh Brolin who have already been named presenters.
The Academy Awards will be handed out live in Hollywood at the Kodak Theater. It will also be telecast live on ABC starting at 8 ET.