OSCARS' Live from Hollywood

OSCARS’ Live from Hollywood

Prestigious OSCAR award cermony started couple of hours back in a glittering cermony at renowned Kodak Theatre, Hollywood. There is hysteria among celebrities,film makers and fans. While winners are speechless unable to overcome their emotions, runners who gave them tough fight are proud that they have made their presence felt.

Here are the awars announced till now.. Award cermony is going on and myfirstshow.com brings live action from Hollywood.

And The Award Goes To….

Best Film:

‘The Artist’.

Tom cruise presents Best Motion Picture Oscar to Thomas Langmann for ‘The Artist’.

Best Actress:

Oscar to Meryl Streep for The Iron Lady

Colin Firth presents oscar for Actress in a leading role (female) Oscar to Meryl Streep for The Iron Lady.

Meryl said, "When I hear my name I see half of America of going aww, not her again! But whatever. I want to thank my husband, colleages, friends. This is such a great honour but friendships, love matter to me more." Merly Gets a standing ovation. Its Meryl’s 3rd Oscar.

Best Actor:

Jean Dujardin wins the Best Actor Oscar for The Artist .

He thanks Michel, co-star, wife and cast of The Artist.

Natalie Portman on stage to present Actor in a leading role Oscar.

She compliments each nominee individually by saying what makes their performance different.

Oscar pays tribute to the artists who passed away in the recent past. Likes of Jane Russsell, Ken Russell, Whitney Houston, Steve Jobs, Elizabeth Taylor

Short film Animated: 

William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg for The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

Best Director:

Michel Hazanavicius for The Artist.

Michael Douglas presents Oscar to Michel Hazanavicius for The Artist.

He thanks academy, cast, dog, thanks the financers

Short Film (Live Action):

Terry George and Oorlagh George for The Shore.

Bridesmaids cast on stage to present Oscar for Short Film (Live Action) . Oscar goes to Terry George and Oorlagh George for The Shore.

Terry thanks daughter Oorlagh, the producer, dedicates award to the Irish people.

Original Screenplay: 

Woody Allen for Midnight in Paris.

Woody skips the Oscar.

Jolie thanks Allen for accepting award on Academy’s behalf

Adapted Screenplay:

Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon & Jim Rash for The Descendants.

Angelina Jolie presents Oscar for Adapted Screenplay to Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon & Jim Rash for The Descendants.

Alexander thanks Clooney, fellow nominees, author of the novel, mother.

Best Original Song:

Bret McKenzie from Man or Muppet

Will Ferell and Zach Galifianakis present Best Original Song Oscar to Bret McKenzie from Man or Muppet

Best Original Score:

Ludovic Bource for The Artist.

Peneope Cruz and Owen Wilson present award for Best Original Score to Ludovic Bource for The Artist.

He says" I want to pay tribute to fellow nominees, power of music, I want to thank academy, it’s a special award. "

Best Actor in a supporting role:

Christopher Plummer for Beginners

Melissa Leo presents the Oscar to Christopher Plummer for Beginners. He is 82 years old and wins his first Oscar.

Asks his trophy: Where have you been! Thanks Academy, fellow nominees, Thanks costar Ewan McGregor, producers, daughter Amanda, long suffering wife Elaine

Best Visual Effects:

Rob Legato, Joss Williams, Ben Grossmann and Alex Henning for HUGO

EmmaStone and Ben Stiller on stage to present Best Visual Effects Oscar to Rob Legato, Joss Williams, Ben Grossmann and Alex Henning for HUGO.

They thank to Martin Scorsese, thanks artists all over the world, academy, producers, Paramount


Best Animated feature film:

Gore Verbinski for Rango

Chris Rock presents Best Animated feature film Oscar to Gore Verbinski for Rango.

Gore thanks Johnny Depp, family and cast of Rango.

Best Documentary: 

TJ Martin, Dan Lindsay and Rich Middlemas for Undefeated

Best Sound Mixing: 

Tom Fleischman and John Midgley for Hugo.

They thank Academy, Martin Scorsese, fellow nominees, crew of Hugo

Best Sound Editing: 

Philip Stockton and Eugene Gearty for Hugo.

The duo thank Martin Scorsese

Best Film Editing:

Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall for ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’.

Bradley Cooper and Tina Fey present the Best Film Editing oscar to Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall for ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’.

​Best Supporting Actress:

Best Supporting Actress Oscar to Octavia Spencer for ‘The Help’

Actor Christian Bale presents Best Supporting Actress Oscar to Octavia Spencer for ‘The Help’. She gets a standing ovation. Octavia cries and thanks Academy, her family, HELP family. I share this award for everyone.

Best Foreign Language Film:

Sandra Bullock on stage to present Best Foreign Language Film.

Oscar goes to Iran, Asghar Farhadi receives it for "A Separation"

Best Makeup:

Mark Coulier and J. Roy Helland for The Iron Lady

Mark Coulier and J. Roy Helland for The Iron Lady. They thank Meryl Streep for keeping them employed for last 37 years.

Best Costume Design:

Mark Bridges for The Artist

Oscar for costume Design goes to Mark Bridges for The Artist

Art Direction:

Dante Ferretti (Production Design); Francesca Lo Schiavo (Set Decoration) for Hugo.

The husband wife thank Martin Scorsese and dedicate award to Italy.

Best Cinematography:

Robert Richardson for Hugo.

"Martin you are genius, I am glad you put cinematography first!", says Robert

 

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OSCARS’ Live from Hollywood
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