Oscars 2023: The Gala Is Over, Here Are The Winners!

MOVIE NEWS – The winners of the 2023 Oscars have been crowned the winners of the 2023 Oscars.



Months of anticipation and pundit predictions led up to Sunday night’s 95th Academy Awards telecast. Finally, the winners were announced in the most important categories, from Everything Everywhere All at Once, which won Best Picture, to Michelle Yeoh, who ended a long-running neck-and-neck race for Best Actress between her and Cate Blanchett.

After A24’s relatively unknown film became the big hit of the awards season, Everything Everywhere All at Once was the night’s big winner, taking home seven Oscars in total – including Best Picture!

The seven statuettes are the most in fourteen years for the Best Picture winner. The last time Slumdog Millionaire had eight Oscars to its name was in 2008.

In addition to Yeoh making history as the first Asian woman to win Best Actress, the cast of Everything Everywhere All at Once also excelled in the acting categories, with Jamie Lee Curtis (Supporting Actor) and Ke Huy Quan (Supporting Actress) also winning.

Brendan Fraser – Yeoh’s co-star in 2008’s The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor – was the only non-Everything Everywhere winner in the ‘big six’ categories. He won Best Actor of the night for his performance in The Whale.

Behind the Oscar win for Everything Everywhere All at Once, the German war film All Quiet on the Western Front finished the night unchanged with four overall wins.

Other winners included Sarah Polley’s Women Talking for Best Adapted Screenplay. Guillermo del Toro for his animated film Pinocchio. As well as M. M. Keeravani and Chandrabose’s song “Naatu Naatu” from RRR.

But it wasn’t just the winners and nominees who made waves on the red carpet. Tonight’s statuettes were also presented by high profile presenters, with Halle Berry – who replaced Will Smith, who was banned this year after last year’s slap on the wrist – presenting the history-making Best Actress award, Best Actress – Harrison Ford, John Travolta, Mindy Kaling, Elizabeth Olsen, and the cast of Four Weddings and a Funeral, Andie MacDowell and Hugh Grant, who all took to the stage during the Jimmy Kimmel-hosted broadcast.

For the complete list of nominees for the 2023 Oscars, click on the links below.

Source: The New York Times, The Guardian

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