“Oppenheimer” Takes Home Six Prizes, Including Best Actor and Best Director, In Addition To Best Picture

Seven Academy Awards were won by Universal’s “Oppenheimer” on Sunday, including best picture.

Best actor, best supporting actor, best film editing, best cinematography, best score, and best director were all awarded to Christopher Nolan’s biographical picture about J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb.

During the ceremony, “Poor Things” by Disney and Searchlight took home four awards: best production design, best makeup and hairstyling, best actress, and best costume design.

At the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 96th Academy Awards. He kept the evening rolling with sharply humorous rhythms that frequently poked fun at previous Oscar gaffes, such as the unintentional declaration of “La La Land” as the best picture.

In addition, a completely nude John Cena made fun of an Oscar streaker’s 50th anniversary by announcing the best costume prize.

Da’Vine In Alexander Payne’s “The Holdovers,” Joy Randolph played a cafeteria manager at a boarding school who is grieving the loss of her son who died in the Vietnam War. This win gave Randolph the first Oscar of the evening for best supporting actress.

Robert Downey Jr. won best supporting actor for his performance in “Oppeneheimer” as Lewis Strauss. Best actor went to his co-star Cillian Murphy.

Emma Stone won best actress for the second time in the competition. For her part in “Poor Things,” she was awarded.

Despite Greta Gerwig’s disqualification from the directing category for “Barbie,” the movie managed to win best original song with Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell’s “What Was I Made For?”

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