They're being asked to take inspiration from "Goodfellas" actor Joe Pesci.
Oscar nominees have been instructed not to thank their manager or agents in their acceptance speeches, as it bores the audience.
Producers of the star-studded night says winners should be prepared to deliver a short speech without listing names that people at home won't recognise.
They're being asked to take inspiration from "Goodfellas" actor Joe Pesci, who had the shortest acceptance speeches in Oscars history, simply saying 5 words: "It’s my privilege. Thank you."