No hoodies either!
There will be no Zoom calls at this year's Oscars, organisers have said.
In a letter sent to nominees and published by Deadline, the show's producers said: "For those of you unable to attend because of scheduling or continued uneasiness about traveling, we want you to know there will not be an option to Zoom in for the show."
Instead, nominees, their guests and presenters will be required to take a Covid-19 test ahead of the ceremony.
There will also be a COVID-19 safety team on site throughout the evening with the whole event treated as an "active movie set".
The 93rd Academy Awards are set to take place at an in-person event at Union Station in Los Angeles, with some live elements from the ceremony's usual home at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
Organisers are also cracking down on the dress code.
The letter said: "We're aiming for a fusion of inspirational and aspirational, which in actual words means formal is totally cool if you want to go there, but casual is really not."
The Oscar nominees were announced this week, with Hollywood drama Mank leading the field with 10 nominations.