Without a host, Oscars producers want Marvel's sprawling Avengers cast to share emcee duties

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Consider me not surprised by this blatant ratings-grab that the Academy are trying to pull off for the upcoming 91st Academy Awards.
As you know, there is currently no host for the event, rumors are pointing to a hostless Oscars, but now THR's Scott Feinberg claims "The Avengers" may be used in some form or fashion to emcee the proceedings.
"An Avengers all-star Oscar reunion wouldn't be unprecedented. Following the success of 2012's Avengers, the 2013 telecast featured Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evans (Captain America), Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/The Hulk), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) and Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury) together onstage. But since then the Avengers' ranks, as well as those of its rivals and foes, have only grown, and this time around the Academy is looking to pull together an even bigger assemblage."
"The Academy declined to comment, but word is that specific details are still being hammered out about how the actors who play the popular characters will be incorporated into the 91st Oscars ceremony, which is being produced by Donna Gigliotti and co-produced and directed by Glenn Weiss. According to sources, several of them were asked not to present at the recent Golden Globes in order to ensure their appearance at the Oscars would have even bigger impact."
Sure, since any real-life person will not dare touch emceeing duties for the event, due to their past being scrutinized by the Twitter hounds, then how about we just have fictitious superheroes emcee the event. After all, America can separate "Black Widow" from ScarJo, despite the white-washing controversy the actress was a part of earlier last year. This is an idea that will, most likely, work in terms of fanboys and millennials tuning in to the event.