Jennifer Aniston, Michael Douglas, Jamie Foxx to present at Oscars
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Oscar-winning actors Michael Douglas and Jamie Foxx will join Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd as presenters at the Oscars awards.
Aniston, whose credits include "Marley and Me", "The Break-Up", "Bruce Almighty"and "Wanderlust", will join a glittering list of Hollywood biggies to present at the gala ceremony that will honour the best in cinema talent this Sunday.
Douglas has won Oscars for his performance as Gordon Gekko in "Wall Street" and as producer of the 1975 Best Picture winner "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest."
Foxx, who garnered a Supporting Actor nomination for "Collateral" took home an Oscar for his title role in "Ray".
Rudd's credits include "This Is 40," "I Love You, Man" "Role Models" "Knocked Up" and "The 40-Year-Old Virgin."
Aniston, Douglas, Foxx and Rudd join a list of previously announced Oscar presenters including Salma Hayek Pinault, Melissa McCarthy, Liam Neeson, John Travolta, Ben Affleck, Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Mark Wahlberg, Ted and "Marvel's The Avengers" cast members Robert Downey Jr, Samuel L Jackson, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner and Mark Ruffalo.
2011 Oscar winners Jean Dujardin, Christopher Plummer, Octavia Spencer and Meryl Streep are also returning as presenters.
So are "Chicago" cast members Richard Gere, Queen Latifah, Renée Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones; special guests Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Daniel Radcliffe, Channing Tatum and Charlize Theron; and performers Adele, Dame Shirley Bassey, Norah Jones and Barbra Streisand.
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