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Los Angeles witnessed the triumph of the biographical masterpiece, Oppenheimer, at the Academy Awards on Sunday. The movie, detailing the lifetime of the atomic bomb’s inventor, bagged seven Oscars, together with the coveted Greatest Image and Greatest Director, awarded to Christopher Nolan.

The accolade of Greatest Actor went to Cillian Murphy, an Irish actor, for his impeccable depiction of the physicist J Robert Oppenheimer. Robert Downey Jr was not left behind, as he scooped the Greatest Supporting Actor award for his function as Lewis Strauss, Oppenheimer’s adversary. Alongside these, the film additionally clinched awards for Greatest Cinematography, Greatest Modifying, and Greatest Unique Rating.

Emma Stone acquired her second Academy Award for Greatest Actress, embodying a lady resurrected from the lifeless in Poor Issues, a comedy impressed by Frankenstein’s story. This darkish comedy didn’t go unnoticed, profitable the Greatest Manufacturing Design, Greatest Costume Design, and Greatest Make-Up and Hairstyling.

Famend Japanese animator, Hayao Miyazaki, added one other Oscar to his assortment with The Boy and the Heron, a movie marking his comeback after a decade. This Studio Ghibli co-founded movie might doubtlessly be his swan tune. Nonetheless, Miyazaki was absent from the occasion held in Los Angeles.

Regardless of being the highest-grossing movie of 2023, Barbie solely walked away with the award for finest tune, with Billie Eilish’s What Was I Made For? It had been a contender for Greatest Image, with nominations in eight classes.

In distinction, the haunting Auschwitz-based horror movie, The Zone of Curiosity, acquired recognition for Greatest Worldwide Movie and Greatest Sound, reported Bangkok Submit.

In associated information, two years in the past, Thailand had pinned hopes on One for The Street to interrupt its Oscar nomination drought after submitting the acclaimed movie for consideration at the ninety fifth Academy Awards. Director Nattawut Poonpiriya’s third movie aimed to be the kingdom’s first-ever Oscar nominee, telling a poignant story of redemption and forgiveness.

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