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Exclusive: The Oscars 2024 Have Now Been Announced, And Here Is The Much-Awaited List Of All The Winners That You Need To Know.

Oppenheimer ended the 96th Academy Awards with seven wins. The second-most awards were won by Poor Things.

Stars including Emma Stone, Emily Blunt, Ryan Gosling, and others convened on Sunday to commemorate the finest cinematic performances at the 96th Academy Awards, which transformed into a celebration honoring the highly successful nuclear bomb thriller Oppenheimer. Out of 13 nominations, it received seven wins. Returning for a fourth year, talk show star Jimmy Kimmel will emcee the film industry’s highest prizes from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

Breaking records, Billie Eilish

Oscar-winning siblings On Sunday night, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell created Oscar history by becoming the youngest winners of the Best Song prize two times in history. The song What Was I Made for by Billie and Finneas won the prize.

Celebrities serve up spectacular styles on the Oscars 2024 red carpet, which has long been the most anticipated yearly event. Hollywood A-listers made red carpet magic this year as well, including Zendaya, Oscar winner Robert Downey Jr., Emma Stone, Emily Blunt, Ryan Gosling, Florence Pugh, America Ferrera, Best Song candidate Billie Eilish, and Anya Taylor-Joy.

With seven and four prizes, respectively, Oppenheimer and Poor Things emerged as the evening’s top victors. Oppenheimer took home the Best Picture prize for the seventh time. Al Pacino gave the presentation of the award. Emma Thomas, a producer, accepted the honor.

Best Actress

Emma Stone wins Best Actress for Poor Things. She plays Bella Baxter in Yorgos Lanthimos’ movie. Best Picture: Oppenheimer took up the evening’s seventh trophy. Al Pacino gave the presentation of the award. Emma Thomas, a producer, accepted the honor.

Best director:

Christopher Nolan is the first person to win an Oscar after eight nominations. For Oppenheimer, he took home the Best Director prize.

best actor

For his role in Oppenheimer, Cillian Murphy was awarded Best Actor. In the Christopher Nolan film, he portrayed J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb. He was receiving prizes for the role at every awards show.

Nitin Chandrakant Desai, an Indian art director, along with Michael Gambon and Matthew Perry, were honored at the In Memorium portion. Time to Say Goodbye was sung by singer Andrea Bochelli. Pink lights illuminated the Dolby Theatre during Ryan Gosling’s all-pink I’m Just Ken performance. Slash, Simu Liu, and Ncuti Gatwa were enlisted by the actor to perform with him on stage.

In the evening’s most thrilling performance, he persuaded Emma Stone, Greta Gerwig, and Margot Robbie to join in on the singing.

Best sound:

The Zone of Interest is the winner of Best Sound. In an interview with Radio Atlantic, the movie’s sound designer, Johnnie Burn, stated that he and director Jonathan Glazer had agreed not to use actor sounds. Rather, Burn gathered authentic noises from European neighborhoods.

Oppenheimer’s Hoyte Van Hoytema takes home the Best Cinematography award. “There was nothing but close-ups, close-ups, and talking, talking, talking.”

Best documentary film:

Ukraine wins its first-ever Oscar for 20 Days in Mariupol. In the movie, an Associated Press team of Ukrainian journalists, stranded in the besieged city of Mariupol, fight to carry on recording the horrors of the Russian invasion. Being the only foreign journalists still in the city, they witness the bombing of a maternity hospital, mass graves, dead infants, and other incidents that would eventually come to define the war’s iconic imagery.

For Oppenheimer, Robert Downey Jr. receives his first-ever Oscar for best supporting actor. “I want to give thanks to my awful upbringing,” he murmured. Robert has been nominated three times now. In Christopher Nolan’s film, he portrayed the envious Lewis Strauss character.

Performance by Billie and her brother Finneas:

The song “What Was I Made For,” which is up for Best Song, was performed by Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas. Last year, the song from the box office sensation Barbie went viral. It tells the story of Barbie’s life once she realizes her reality is a lie.

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