Scarlett Johansson, Russell Brand Will Present Oscars

Sandra Bullock, Jeff Bridges and Oprah Winfrey also will hand out Academy Awards on Sunday.

With the countdown to the 83rd annual Academy Awards in its final phase (there's just five days left until the big night), there's still news coming out about the ceremony: It was announced Tuesday morning (February 22) that actress Scarlett Johansson and funny man Russell Brand will attend the 2011 Oscars as presenters.

Johansson, who appeared in last year's hit "Iron Man 2" and is currently filming Cameron Crowe's upcoming "We Bought a Zoo," has recently been the focus of the media attention due to her divorce from actor Ryan Reynolds.

Meanwhile, Brand, who wed singer Katy Perry last year and stars in the upcoming "Arthur" reboot with Helen Mirren, tried out his own style of edgy comedy during his hosting stint on the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009 and just this month on "Saturday Night Live."

This will mark the first Oscar appearance for the "Get Him to the Greek" star, who joked on his Twitter page Tuesday, "I am presenting an Oscar. I shall also choose the recipient. At last my work as Aldous Snow will be honoured, for best actor-ing."

Brand and Johansson will join fellow A-list presenters Sandra Bullock (last year's Best Actress recipient will hand out this year's Best Actor trophy), Jeff Bridges (2010 Best Actor winner to hand out the Best Actress award), Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Robert Downey Jr., Hugh Jackman, Reese Witherspoon, Cate Blanchett and Marisa Tomei, as well as two of this year's Best Actress nominees, Nicole Kidman and Annette Bening.

The Academy Awards, which will be co-hosted by James Franco and Anne Hathaway, will air live from the Kodiak Theater in Hollywood at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on ABC.

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