Oscars 2024: Emma Stone, Billie Eilish & Others Takes Home Big

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Updated On: 11 Mar 2024

Oscars 2024: Emma Stone, Billie Eilish & Others Takes Home Big

The 96th Academy Awards was held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Christopher Nolan, Emma Stone, Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr., Da’Vine Joy Randolph, and Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell were among those taking home the gold.

This year’s Oscars, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, took place in Los Angeles on Sunday. The 96th Academy Awards brought in several past winners to present the awards in their respective categories. Oscars are considered to be the biggest night in Hollywood, with the who’s who of the film industry competing for the prestigious honours. The entire ceremony was live broadcast on Disney+ Hoststar in India. Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, a biopic drama, took home most of the awards, including the Best Picture. The other categories in which Oppenheimer won include Best Actor, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Score, and Best Editing. The Cillian Murphy-led drama took the majority of nominations, and it was nominated in 13 categories in the ceremony. Some of the other films that won were Barbie, Poor Things and The Zone of Interest.

After seven years of her first win in the ‘Best Actress’ category in the movie ‘La La Land’, Emma Stone won her second award in the same for her role in “Poor Things.” Stone played a child-like woman who embarks on a journey of self-discovery in the steampunk fantasy. She thanked her director Yorgo Lanthimos, with whom she concluded another movie called “Kinds of Kindness,” while also speaking about the collaborative nature of cinema. She said, “The best part about making movies is all of us together. I am so deeply honoured to share this with every cast member, with every crew member, with every single person who poured their love and their care and their brilliance into the making of this film.”

On the other hand, Billie Eilish became the youngest artist to be a two-time Oscar recipient at the age of 22 and created history. She won Oscars 2024 for the Best Song for her “Barbie” ballad “What Was I Made For?” She co-wrote this song with her brother, Finneas O’Connell. The duo had previously bagged an Oscar for writing a theme for 2021’s “No Time To Die.” Meanwhile, Hayao Miyazaki became the oldest Oscar recipient this year with a win in the Best Animated Feature for “The Boy and the Heron.” The 83-year-old animation maestro had previously won for 2002’s “Spirited Away.” 

Here is the list of the Winners of the Oscars 2024:

Best pictureAmerican FictionAnatomy of a FallBarbieThe HoldoversKillers of the Flower MoonMaestroOppenheimerPast LivesPoor ThingsThe Zone of InterestOppenheimer
Best ActorBradley Cooper,  “Maestro” Colman Domingo,  “Rustin” Paul Giamatti,  “The Holdovers” Cillian Murphy,  “Oppenheimer” Jeffrey Wright,  “American Fiction” Cillian Murphy,  “Oppenheimer”
Best ActressAnnette Bening,  “Nyad” Lily Gladstone,  “Killers of the Flower Moon” Sandra Hüller,  “Anatomy of a Fall”Carey Mulligan,  “Maestro Emma Stone,  “Poor Things” Emma Stone,  “Poor Things”
Best Supporting ActorSterling K. Brown,  “American Fiction” Robert De Niro,  “Killers of the Flower Moon”Robert Downey Jr.,  “Oppenheimer” Ryan Gosling,  “Barbie” Mark Ruffalo,  “Poor Things” Robert Downey Jr.,  “Oppenheimer”
Best Supporting ActressEmily Blunt,  “Oppenheimer” Danielle Brooks,  “The Color Purple” America Ferrera,  “Barbie” Jodie Foster,  “Nyad” Da’Vine Joy Randolph,  “The Holdovers” Da’Vine Joy Randolph,  “The Holdovers
Best DirectorJonathan Glazer,  “The Zone of Interest” Yorgos Lanthimos,  “Poor Things” Christopher Nolan,  “Oppenheimer” Martin Scorsese,  “Killers of the Flower Moon” Justine Triet,  “Anatomy of a Fall” Christopher Nolan,  “Oppenheimer”
Best International feature film“Io Capitano,”  Italy“Perfect Days,”  Japan“Society of the Snow,”  Spain“The Teachers’ Lounge,”  Germany“The Zone of Interest,”  United Kingdom“The Zone of Interest,”  United Kingdom
Best Animated feature filmThe Boy and the Heron Elemental Nimona Robot Dreams Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse The Boy and the Heron
Best Adapted screenplayAmerican Fiction Barbie Oppenheimer Poor Things The Zone of Interest American Fiction 
Best Original screenplayAnatomy of a Fall The Holdovers Maestro May December Past Lives Anatomy of a Fall
Best Visual effectsThe Creator Godzilla Minus One Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One Napoleon Godzilla Minus One
Best Original scoreAmerican Fiction Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Killers of the Flower Moon Oppenheimer Poor Things Oppenheimer
Best Original song“It Never Went Away”  from  American Symphony “I’m Just Ken”  from  Barbie “What Was I Made For?”  from  Barbie “The Fire Inside”  from  Flamin’ Hot “Wahzhazhe” (A Song For My People)  from  Killers of the Flower Moon “What Was I Made For?”  from  Barbie
Best Documentary feature film20 Days in Mariupol Bobi Wine: The People’s President The Eternal Memory Four Daughters To Kill a Tiger 20 Days in Mariupol
Best CinematographyEl Conde Killers of the Flower Moon Maestro Oppenheimer Poor Things Oppenheimer
Best Costume designBarbie Killers of the Flower Moon Napoleon Oppenheimer Poor Things Poor Things
Best Animated short filmLetter to a Pig Ninety-Five Senses Our Uniform Pachyderme War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yok
Best Live-action short film The After Invincible Knight of Fortune The Wonderful Story of Henry SugarRed, White, and BlueThe Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar
Best Documentary short filmThe ABCs of Book Banning The Barber of Little Rock Island in Between The Last Repair Shop Nǎi Nai & Wài Pó The Last Repair Shop
Best Film editingAnatomy of a Fall The Holdovers Killers of the Flower Moon Oppenheimer Poor Things Oppenheimer
Best SoundThe Creator Maestro Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One The Zone of Interest OppenheimerThe Zone of Interest
Best Production designBarbie Killers of the Flower Moon Napoleon Poor Things Oppenheimer Poor Things
Best Makeup and hairstylingGolda Maestro Oppenheimer Poor Things Society of the Snow Poor Things
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