With the Golden Globes now a thing of the past, all eyes are focused on Hollywood's biggest night -- the Oscars -- and on Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences unveiled its new "We All Dream in Gold" campaign to promote this year's show, with Chris Rock once again serving as host.
In one clip, Rock can be seen channeling his inner LeBron James as he preps for his highly anticipated gig on Sunday, Feb. 28.
“Let’s do this,” he says in the video below.
Another promo showcases the hottest movies of 2015 including Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Trainwreck.
Meanwhile, several posters were also revealed, featuring previous Oscar winners like Lupita Nyong’o and candid moments such as Argo producers Ben Affleck and George Clooney laughing with presenter Jack Nicholson backstage after their film won Best Picture.
Nominations for the 88th Academy Awards will be announced bright and early this Thursday, and ET will have all the latest coverage!
This will be the 50-year-old comedian's second time hosting the Oscars, having previously served as master of ceremonies in 2005. To see the star’s big announcement about his participation this time around, watch the video below.