Everyone everywhere took everything

WASHINGTON, March 13th. – At the 95th Academy Awards in Hollywood, the film “Everything, Everywhere, At Once” collected almost everything, and Michelle Yeoh and Brendan Fraser were the best performers.

The film “Everything and Everywhere at the Same Time” received the statuette “Best Film” and six more. In the international arena, the German “All Quiet at the Front” prevailed, and the Mexican Guillermo del Toro won with his film “Pinocchio”.

The 95th Academy Awards also had a few surprises ahead of the televised ceremony. For the first time in six decades, Oscar nominees didn’t take to the red carpet. This edition was the color of champagne. The Academy’s decision because, as they indicated, they need a quieter environment.

“Everything, Everywhere” was the night’s favorite, not only because it had the most nominations (11), but also because it was one of the productions that had already won awards in Hollywood circles, according to CNN. The film won seven Academy Awards, including the most important of the night: Best Picture.

For his part, Ke Hai Quan won Best Supporting Actor, Jamie Lee Curtis won Best Supporting Actress, and Paul Rogers won Best Editing.

Yeoh once again caused a stir with her acceptance speech, in which she mentioned – just like she did at the Golden Globes – women over a certain age. The actress advised women not to tell them that their prime has already passed, and asked them to never give up.

Another top nominee, All Quiet In the Western Front, won four Academy Awards, including Best Original Score, Best Production Design and Best Foreign Film.

In the music segment, Lady Gaga and Rihanna shone in their performances. Gaga performed her song Hold My Hand from Top Gun: Maverick, which was nominated for Best Original Song. Another standout performance was Rihanna, who performed her song Lift Me Up from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

The Oscar-nominated song is dedicated to Chadwick Boseman, who played Black Panther. The actor passed away in 2020 at the age of 43 after battling colon cancer.

Here are the winners

Best movie:

Great Everything everywhere at the same time

All everywhere at the same time (Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert) – WINNER

Best Actress:

Michelle Yeoh and her Oscar (REUTERS)Michelle YeohAll everywhere at the same time) – WINNER

Best Actor:

Brendan Fraser with an outstanding performance in The Whale (REUTERS)Brendan Fraser with an outstanding performance in The Whale (PHOTO: REUTERS)

Best Destination:

Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert from Everything, Everywhere, All At Once with their Oscars. (REUTERS)Dan Kwan and Daniel ScheinertAll everywhere at the same time) – WINNERS

Best International Film:

No news at the frontNo news at the front (Germany) – WINNER

Best Supporting Actress:

Jamie Lee Curtis in All Everywhere All At Once (A24 via AP)Jamie Lee Curtis in Everything, Everywhere, All At Once (AP PHOTO)

Best Supporting Actor:

Ke Hui Quan in a scene from Ke Hui Quan in a scene from the movie “Everything, Everywhere, All At Once” (AP)

Best Original Screenplay:

Michelle Yeoh in Everything and Everywhere at OnceAll everywhere at the same time – WINNER

Best Adapted Screenplay:

Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Judith Ivey, Sheila McCarthy, Michelle McLeod and Jesse Buckley in Sarah Polley's (Michael Gibson) Women TalkThey say – WINNER

Best Animated Film:

Guillermo del Toro on the set of Pinocchio (Netflix)pinocchio – WINNER

Best Original Song:

Musical Naatu Naatu, song RRR, at the Oscars (REUTERS)Naatu Naatu – Music by MM Keeravaani and lyrics by Chandrabose – WINNER

Best Special Effects:

Avatar: Water Sense (Walt Disney Pictures)Avatar: Water Sense – WINNER

Best Original Soundtrack:

Felix Kammerer in a scene from Im Westen nichts Neues, or All Quiet Front (Netflix via AP)No news at the front – WINNER

Best Sound:

Tom Cruise in Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount Pictures via AP)Top Shooter: Maverick – WINNER

Source: Juventud Rebelde


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