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96th Academy Awards

The 96th Academy Awards, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), took place on March 10, 2024, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The ceremony honored films released in 2023, with the AMPAS presenting 96th Academy Awards (commonly known as Oscars) in 23 categories. The event was televised in the United States by ABC and produced by Raj Kapoor, Molly McNearney, and Katy Mullan, with Hamish Hamilton serving as director. Comedian Jimmy Kimmel hosted the show for the fourth time, having previously hosted in 2017, 2018, and 2023.

In related events, the Academy held its 14th annual Governors Awards ceremony, hosted by John Mulaney, on January 9, 2024, at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Ovation Hollywood. The Academy Scientific and Technical Awards were presented by host Natasha Lyonne on February 23, 2024, at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, with an American Sign Language livestream broadcast on the Academy’s YouTube page featuring video of interpreters.

The nominations, announced on January 23, 2024, saw “Oppenheimer” leading with 13 nominations, followed by “Poor Things” and “Killers of the Flower Moon” with 11 and 10 nominations, respectively. “Oppenheimer” went on to win seven awards, including Best Picture, while other major winners included “Poor Things” with four awards and “The Zone of Interest” with two. Several notable nominees and winners included Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, and John Williams, among others.

96th Academy Awards

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

Country

Date

Hosted

Directed

Best Picture

Most Awards

Most Nominations

Network

Duration

United States

March 10, 2024

 Jimmy Kimmel

Hamish Hamilton

 Oppenheimer

Oppenheimer (7)

Oppenheimer (13)

ABC / ABC.com / ABC app

3 hours, 23 minutes

Site

 Dolby Theatre
Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Preshow Hosts

  •  Amelia Dimoldenberg
  • Vanessa Hudgens
  • Julianne Hough

Produced 

  • Raj Kapoor
  • Molly McNearney
  • Katy Mullan

Ceremony information

On October 17, 2023, Raj Kapoor and Katy Mullan were appointed as executive producers, with Hamish Hamilton taking on the role of director. Mullan, who is an executive at Hamilton’s production company Done and Dusted, joined the team. Jimmy Kimmel was announced as the host on November 15, marking his second consecutive year and fourth time hosting the 96th Academy Awards. On the same day, Molly McNearney, Kimmel’s wife, was confirmed to return as executive producer for the ceremony.

A change in the ceremony’s start time was announced on November 30, 2023. ABC and the Academy revealed that the event would begin an hour earlier at 4:00 p.m. PT (7:00 p.m. ET). This adjustment allowed for half an hour of primetime programming before the telecast, which would feature a new episode of Abbott Elementary. Vanessa Hudgens, who had hosted the pre-show for the past three years, was joined by Julianne Hough as the new co-host. Due to the scheduling change, the pre-show was shortened to 30 minutes. The start of the ceremony experienced a six-minute delay due to protests related to the Israel-Hamas war outside the theater.

On January 29, 2024, comedian and broadcaster Amelia Dimoldenberg, known for her YouTube series Chicken Shop Date, was announced as the social media ambassador and red carpet correspondent. Dimoldenberg actively participated in various Oscar season events, including the Oscars Nominees luncheon, where she collaborated on an Academy video production with the nominees. She also took part in an “Oscars 96 Behind the Scenes Tour” and conducted interviews with nominees and other talented individuals present on the Oscars red carpet.

The announcement of presenters was made in several groups starting from February 26, 2024. The performers for the ceremony were revealed on February 28, 2024, although Variety had already reported Ryan Gosling’s performance of “I’m Just Ken” from Barbie two days prior. Additionally, The Hollywood Reporter discovered that the Academy would reintroduce a popular presenting format previously used during the 81st ceremony after the initial batch of presenters was announced.

Diversity Rules

In a significant shift, the Best Picture category at the Oscars saw the implementation of mandatory diversity rules for the first time. This move came as part of the Academy’s Aperture 2025 initiative, introduced in June 2020, aimed at fostering representation and inclusion within the film industry. Under these guidelines, films vying for the Best Picture nomination were required to meet specific “representation and inclusion standards” set forth by the Academy.

For the 94th, 95th Academy Awards and 96th Academy Awards , encompassing films released in 2021 and 2022, filmmakers were mandated to submit a confidential “Academy Inclusion Standards” form for data collection purposes only. These standards encompass four main criteria, with a film needing to fulfill at least two to be eligible for consideration: on-screen representation, creative leadership, industry access, and audience development.

As elucidated by Alissa Wilkinson of Vox in 2020, these standards essentially address two primary areas: promoting more inclusive representation and fostering more inclusive employment opportunities. The overarching goal is to enhance job prospects for underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, women, LGBTQ+ individuals, and those with cognitive or physical disabilities within the film industry.

Box office Performance

When the nominations were revealed, the collective box office earnings of the films nominated for Best Picture amounted to $1.09 billion in the American and Canadian markets. Leading the pack was “Barbie,” boasting the highest domestic box office receipts of $636 million among the nominees. Following closely behind was “Oppenheimer,” with $327 million in earnings. Together, these two films, forming the Barbenheimer phenomenon, accounted for 88% of the total box office revenue accumulated by the Best Picture contenders before their nominations. “Oppenheimer” further secured its place in history by becoming the highest-grossing Best Picture winner since “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” at the 76th Academy Awards in 2004. Additionally, it marked the first film to surpass $100 million in domestic box office earnings in a decade since “Argo” at the 85th Academy Awards in 2013.

Critical Reviews

The ceremony garnered predominantly positive reviews from critics, with standout moments including musical performances of “I’m Just Ken” and “Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People),” John Mulaney’s humorous summary of Field of Dreams while presenting the Best Sound award, and an unconventional presentation by John Cena, nearly nude, for Best Costume Design. Additionally, past acting winners introducing this year’s nominees were highlights for many attendees. However, the In Memoriam segment faced criticism for its distracting presentation, with names and faces often appearing too small and distant to be easily recognizable.

Jonathan Glazer, director of The Zone of Interest, received praise for his impassioned acceptance speech upon winning Best International Feature, where he called for an end to Israel’s attacks in Gaza. Nevertheless, his remarks drew criticism from some Israelis. Al Pacino, tasked with presenting the Best Picture award at the ceremony’s conclusion, faced backlash for failing to name all 10 nominees before announcing the winner. Instead, Pacino offered a brief statement, followed by an awkward revelation that Oppenheimer had won the top honor. Viewers also expressed concern for Pacino’s well-being due to his slow movements on and off the stage.

Awards List

Best Picture

Category Winners
Best Picture Oppenheimer – Emma Thomas, Charles Roven, and Christopher Nolan, producers
American Fiction – Ben LeClair, Nikos Karamigios, Cord Jefferson, and Jermaine Johnson, producers
Anatomy of a Fall – Marie-Ange Luciani and David Thion, producers
Barbie – David Heyman, Margot Robbie, Tom Ackerley, and Robbie Brenner, producers
The Holdovers – Mark Johnson, producer
Killers of the Flower Moon – Dan Friedkin, Bradley Thomas, Martin Scorsese, and Daniel Lupi, producers
Maestro – Bradley Cooper, Steven Spielberg, Fred Berner, Amy Durning, and Kristie Macosko Krieger, producers
Past Lives – David Hinojosa, Christine Vachon, and Pamela Koffler, producers
Poor Things – Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe, Yorgos Lanthimos, and Emma Stone, producers
The Zone of Interest – James Wilson, producer
Best Director Christopher Nolan – Oppenheimer
Justine Triet – Anatomy of a Fall
Martin Scorsese – Killers of the Flower Moon
Yorgos Lanthimos – Poor Things
Jonathan Glazer – The Zone of Interest
Best Actor Cillian Murphy – Oppenheimer as J. Robert Oppenheimer
Bradley Cooper – Maestro as Leonard Bernstein
Colman Domingo – Rustin as Bayard Rustin
Paul Giamatti – The Holdovers as Paul Hunham
Jeffrey Wright – American Fiction as Thelonious “Monk” Ellison
Best Actress Emma Stone – Poor Things as Bella Baxter
Annette Bening – Nyad as Diana Nyad
Lily Gladstone – Killers of the Flower Moon as Mollie Burkhart
Sandra Hüller – Anatomy of a Fall as Sandra Voyter
Carey Mulligan – Maestro as Felicia Montealegre
Best Supporting Actor Robert Downey Jr. – Oppenheimer as Lewis Strauss
Sterling K. Brown – American Fiction as Clifford “Cliff” Ellison
Robert De Niro – Killers of the Flower Moon as William King Hale
Ryan Gosling – Barbie as Ken
Mark Ruffalo – Poor Things as Duncan Wedderburn
Best Supporting Actress Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers as Mary Lamb
Emily Blunt – Oppenheimer as Kitty Oppenheimer
Danielle Brooks – The Color Purple as Sofia
America Ferrera – Barbie as Gloria
Jodie Foster – Nyad as Bonnie Stoll
Best Original Screenplay Anatomy of a Fall – Justine Triet and Arthur Harari
The Holdovers – David Hemingson
Maestro – Bradley Cooper and Josh Singer
May December – Screenplay by Samy Burch; Story by Samy Burch and Alex Mechanik
Past Lives – Celine Song
Best Adapted Screenplay American Fiction – Cord Jefferson; based on the novel Erasure by Percival Everett
Barbie – Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach; based on characters created by Ruth Handler
Oppenheimer – Christopher Nolan; based on the biography American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin
Poor Things – Tony McNamara; based on the novel by Alasdair Gray
The Zone of Interest – Jonathan Glazer; based on the novel by Martin Amis
Best Animated Feature The Boy and the Heron – Hayao Miyazaki and Toshio Suzuki
Elemental – Peter Sohn and Denise Ream
Nimona – Nick Bruno, Troy Quane, Karen Ryan, and Julie Zackary
Robot Dreams – Pablo Berger, Ibon Cormenzana, Ignasi Estapé, and Sandra Tapia Díaz
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse – Kemp Powers, Justin K. Thompson, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Amy Pascal
Best International Feature Film The Zone of Interest (United Kingdom) – directed by Jonathan Glazer
Io capitano (Italy) – directed by Matteo Garrone
Perfect Days (Japan) – directed by Wim Wenders
Society of the Snow (Spain) – directed by J. A. Bayona
The Teachers’ Lounge (Germany) – directed by İlker Çatak
Best Documentary Feature Film 20 Days in Mariupol – Mstyslav Chernov, Michelle Mizner, and Raney Aronson-Rath
Bobi Wine: The People’s President – Moses Bwayo, Christopher Sharp, and John Battsek
The Eternal Memory – Maite Alberdi
Four Daughters – Kaouther Ben Hania and Nadim Cheikhrouha
To Kill a Tiger – Nisha Pahuja, Cornelia Principe, and David Oppenheim
Best Documentary Short Film The Last Repair Shop – Ben Proudfoot and Kris Bowers
The ABCs of Book Banning – Sheila Nevins and Trish Adlesic
The Barber of Little Rock – John Hoffman and Christine Turner
Island in Between – S. Leo Chiang and Jean Tsien
Nǎi Nai & Wài Pó – Sean Wang and Sam Davis
Best Live Action Short Film The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar – Wes Anderson and Steven Rales
The After – Misan Harriman and Nicky Bentham
Invincible – Vincent René-Lortie and Samuel Caron
Knight of Fortune – Lasse Lyskjær Noer and Christian Norlyk
Red, White and Blue – Nazrin Choudhury and Sara McFarlane
Best Animated Short Film War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John and Yoko – Dave Mullins and Brad Booker
Letter to a Pig – Tal Kantor and Amit R. Gicelter
Ninety-Five Senses – Jared and Jerusha Hess
Our Uniform – Yegane Moghaddam
Pachyderme – Stéphanie Clément and Marc Rius
Best Original Score Oppenheimer – Ludwig Göransson
American Fiction – Laura Karpman
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny – John Williams
Killers of the Flower Moon – Robbie Robertson (posthumous nomination)
Poor Things – Jerskin Fendrix
Best Original Song “What Was I Made For?” from Barbie – Music and lyrics by Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell
“The Fire Inside” from Flamin’ Hot – Music and lyrics by Diane Warren
“I’m Just Ken” from Barbie – Music and lyrics by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt
“It Never Went Away” from American Symphony – Music and lyrics by Jon Batiste and Dan Wilson
“Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)” from Killers of the Flower Moon – Music and lyrics by Scott George
Best Sound The Zone of Interest – Tarn Willers and Johnnie Burn
The Creator – Ian Voigt, Erik Aadahl, Ethan Van der Ryn, Tom Ozanich, and Dean Zupancic
Maestro – Steven A. Morrow, Richard King, Jason Ruder, Tom Ozanich, and Dean Zupancic
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One – Chris Munro, James H. Mather, Chris Burdon, and Mark Taylor
Oppenheimer – Willie Burton, Richard King, Gary A. Rizzo, and Kevin O’Connell
Best Production Design Poor Things – Production Design: James Price and Shona Heath; Set Decoration: Zsuzsa Mihalek
Barbie – Production Design: Sarah Greenwood; Set Decoration: Katie Spencer
Killers of the Flower Moon – Production Design: Jack Fisk; Set Decoration: Adam Willis
Napoleon – Production Design: Arthur Max; Set Decoration: Elli Griff
Oppenheimer – Production Design: Ruth De Jong; Set Decoration: Claire Kaufman
Best Cinematography Oppenheimer – Hoyte van Hoytema
El Conde – Edward Lachman
Killers of the Flower Moon – Rodrigo Prieto
Maestro – Matthew Libatique
Poor Things – Robbie Ryan
Best Makeup and Hairstyling Poor Things – Nadia Stacey, Mark Coulier, and Josh Weston
Golda – Karen Hartley Thomas, Suzi Battersby, and Ashra Kelly-Blue
Maestro – Kazu Hiro, Kay Georgiou, and Lori McCoy-Bell
Oppenheimer – Luisa Abel
Society of the Snow – Ana López-Puigcerver, David Martí, and Montse Ribé
Best Costume Design Poor Things – Holly Waddington
Barbie – Jacqueline Durran
Killers of the Flower Moon – Jacqueline West
Napoleon – Janty Yates and Dave Crossman
Oppenheimer – Ellen Mirojnick
Best Film Editing Oppenheimer – Jennifer Lame
Anatomy of a Fall – Laurent Sénéchal
The Holdovers – Kevin Tent
Killers of the Flower Moon – Thelma Schoonmaker
Poor Things – Yorgos Mavropsaridis
Best Visual Effects Godzilla Minus One – Takashi Yamazaki, Kiyoko Shibuya, Masaki Takahashi, and Tatsuji Nojima
The Creator – Jay Cooper, Ian Comley, Andrew Roberts, and Neil Corbould
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – Stéphane Ceretti, Alexis Wajsbrot, Guy Williams, and Theo Bialek
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One – Alex Wuttke, Simone Coco, Jeff Sutherland, and Neil Corbould
Napoleon – Charley Henley, Luc-Ewen Martin-Fenouillet, Simone Coco, and Neil Corbould

Academy Honorary Awards

  • Angela Basset
  • Mel Brooks
  • Carol Littleton

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

  • Michelle Satter

Multiple Awards and Nominations

AwardsFilm
7Oppenheimer
4Poor Things
2The Zone of Interest

Presenters and performers

Name(s) Role
David Alan Grier Served as announcer for the 96th Academy Awards
Mary Steenburgen Presented the award for Best Supporting Actress
Anya Taylor-Joy Presented the awards for Best Animated Short Film and Best Animated Feature Film
Octavia Spencer Presented the awards for Best Original Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay
Catherine O’Hara Presented the awards for Best Makeup and Hairstyling and Best Production Design
John Cena Presented the award for Best Costume Design
Dwayne Johnson Presented the award for Best International Feature Film
Ryan Gosling Presented tribute to all the stunt performers in cinema history
Christoph Waltz Presented the award for Best Supporting Actor
Arnold Schwarzenegger Presented the awards for Best Visual Effects and Best Film Editing
Kate McKinnon Presented the awards for Best Documentary Short Film and Best Documentary Feature Film
Zendaya Presented the award for Best Cinematography
Ramy Youssef Presented the award for Best Live Action Short Film
John Mulaney Presented the award for Best Sound
Ariana Grande Presented the awards for Best Original Score and Best Original Song
Forest Whitaker Presented the award for Best Actor
Steven Spielberg Presented the award for Best Director
Michelle Yeoh Presented the award for Best Actress
Al Pacino Presented the award for Best Picture
Nominations Film
13 Oppenheimer
11 Poor Things
10 Killers of the Flower Moon
8 Barbie
7 Maestro
5 American Fiction
5 Anatomy of a Fall
5 The Holdovers
5 The Zone of Interest
3 Napoleon
2 The Creator
2 Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One
2 Nyad
2 Past Lives
2 Society of the Snow

Performers

Name Role Work
Rickey Minor Music director Directed the orchestra
Billie Eilish Performer “What Was I Made For?” from Barbie
Finneas O’Connell Performer “What Was I Made For?” from Barbie
Scott George Performer “Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)” from Killers of the Flower Moon
Osage singers and dancers Performer “Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)” from Killers of the Flower Moon
Jon Batiste Performer “It Never Went Away” from American Symphony
Becky G Performer “The Fire Inside” from Flamin’ Hot
Ryan Gosling Performer
Mark Ronson Performer
Simu Liu Performer
Scott Evans Performer
Ncuti Gatwa Performer
Kingsley Ben-Adir Performer
Slash Performer
Wolfgang Van Halen Performer “I’m Just Ken” from Barbie
Andrea Bocelli Performer “Time to Say Goodbye” during the annual “In Memoriam” tribute
Matteo Bocelli Performer “Time to Say Goodbye” during the annual “In Memoriam” tribute

In Memoriam

Memoriam
Alexei Navalny
Michael Gambon
Norman Jewison
Harry Belafonte
Diana Giorgiutti
Alan Arkin
Nitin Chandrakant Desai
Bo Goldman
Norman Reynolds
Julian Sands
Mark Gustafson
Andre Braugher
Chita Rivera
Tom Wilkinson
Glynis Johns
Jane Birkin
Paul Reubens
Piper Laurie
Richard Roundtree
Ryan O’Neal
Cynthia Weil
Bill Lee
Ryuichi Sakamoto
Robbie Robertson
Dewitt L. Sage
Hengameh Panahi
Michael Latt
Margaret Riley
Nancy Buirski
Sue Marx
Peter Berkos
Osvaldo Desideri
Joanna Merlin
Erik Lomis
Glenn Farr
Robert M. Young
Leon Ichaso
Greg Morrison
Jake Bloom
William Friedkin
Matthew Perry
Richard Lewis
Lee Sun-kyun
Carl Weathers
Glenda Jackson
Tina Turner

96th Academy Awards FAQ

Who got 3 Oscars for best actor?

Three Oscars for Best Actor is an exclusive club with very few members. Among them, Daniel Day-Lewis stands out as the most celebrated, having won the prestigious award for his roles in “My Left Foot” (1989), “There Will Be Blood” (2007), and “Lincoln” (2012). His method acting and dedication to his roles have set him apart in the film industry, making him a true legend.

Who has received 52 Oscar nominations?

Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscar nominations with a staggering 59 nominations. This figure includes his work across various categories, not just Best Actor or Best Picture, showcasing his versatility and enduring impact on the film and animation industry.

Which actor has the most nominations for best actor?

Jack Nicholson, an iconic figure in Hollywood, holds the record for the most nominations for Best Actor, with a total of 12 nominations. His remarkable range and depth have made him a favorite among audiences and critics alike.

Who has won best actor the last 10 years?

The list of Best Actor winners over the last decade is a showcase of talent and versatility, featuring stars like Joaquin Phoenix for “Joker” (2019), Anthony Hopkins for “The Father” (2020), and others. Each year brings a new talent to the forefront, highlighting the evolving landscape of cinema.

Who has 26 Oscars?

Walt Disney, the pioneer of animation, holds the record with 26 Academy Awards. His creative genius and innovation have left an indelible mark on the world of entertainment, making him the most awarded individual in the history of the Oscars.

Who won best actor twice?

Several actors have won the Best Actor Oscar twice, including Tom Hanks for “Philadelphia” (1993) and “Forrest Gump” (1994), and Dustin Hoffman for “Kramer vs. Kramer” (1979) and “Rain Man” (1988). Their performances have become iconic, showcasing their incredible talent and versatility.

Who has 59 Oscar nominations?

Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscar nominations, with an impressive total of 59. His contributions to animation and film have made him the most nominated individual in the history of the Academy Awards.

Which actor was nominated 7 times for Oscar?

Richard Burton, the distinguished Welsh actor, was nominated seven times for an Oscar. Despite his numerous nominations, he never took home the award, making him one of the most nominated actors never to win.

Who has the most Oscar wins?

Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscar wins, with a total of 26 awards. His legacy in animation and film is unmatched, making him the most celebrated individual in the Oscars’ history.

What actor is a 9-time Oscar nominee?

Spencer Tracy was a 9-time Oscar nominee, recognized for his powerful performances and natural acting style. His career spanned over three decades, earning him a place among Hollywood’s elite.

Which female actress has the most Oscars?

Katharine Hepburn has won the most Oscars for Best Actress, a total of four awards. Her performances have captivated audiences for generations, making her a true icon of the silver screen.

Who is the most nominated actor without an Oscar?

Peter O’Toole holds the record for the most Oscar nominations without a win, with a total of 8 nominations for Best Actor. Despite this, his legendary performances have left a lasting impact on cinema.

Who is the best actor in the world?

Determining the best actor in the world is subjective and varies depending on personal preferences, genres, and eras. Actors like Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, and Meryl Streep have been frequently cited for their exceptional skills and contributions to the film industry.

Which country has the best actors?

The question of which country has the best actors is subjective and depends on personal tastes and the specific criteria used for judgment. The United States, United Kingdom, India, and France are just a few countries known for producing world-class talent in the acting sphere.

Who is the youngest actor of the year winner?

Adrien Brody became the youngest actor to win the Best Actor Oscar at the age of 29 for his role in “The Pianist” (2002). His performance in the film was both powerful and moving, earning him critical acclaim.

Who is the youngest person to win 2 Oscars?

Jodie Foster is one of the youngest people to win two Oscars, securing her second win at the age of 29 for “The Silence of the Lambs” (1991). Her first win was for “The Accused” (1988), showcasing her remarkable talent from an early age.

Who got 36 Oscar Awards?

No individual or entity has won 36 Oscar Awards. Walt Disney holds the record with 26 Oscar wins, the highest number of Academy Awards won by any single individual.

Who won 8 Academy Awards?

The movie “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” (2003) swept the Oscars with 11 wins, but no individual has won 8 Academy Awards in a single night. The record for the most Oscars won by an individual in their career is held by Walt Disney, with 26.

Who won best actor 2 years in a row?

Tom Hanks won the Best Actor Oscar two years in a row: first for “Philadelphia” in 1994 and then for “Forrest Gump” in 1995. His performances in both films were widely acclaimed, marking a significant achievement in his career.

Who will win best actor Oscar 2024?

Predicting the winner of the Best Actor Oscar for 2024 would be speculative. The Oscars celebrate the best in film from the previous year, and predictions are often based on performances in critically acclaimed films.

Who has the most Golden Globes?

Meryl Streep holds the record for the most Golden Globe nominations and has won several times, showcasing her versatility and talent across a wide range of roles and genres.

Is Akshay Kumar nominated for Oscar?

As of my last update, Akshay Kumar has not been nominated for an Oscar. The Bollywood superstar is known for his roles in action, comedy, and drama, but the Oscars typically recognize films and performances within the American film industry or international feature films.

Who is the youngest Oscar nominee?

Tatum O’Neal is the youngest ever Oscar winner, having won Best Supporting Actress at age 10 for her role in “Paper Moon” (1973). As for nominees, Quvenzhané Wallis was nominated for Best Actress at the age of 9 for her role in “Beasts of the Southern Wild” (2012), making her the youngest nominee in a leading category.

Who is the youngest best Oscar nominee?

Quvenzhané Wallis, at the age of 9, was the youngest nominee for the Best Actress category for her role in “Beasts of the Southern Wild” (2012).

Who won an Oscar for 5 minutes in 1977?

Beatrice Straight won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Network” (1976), where she appeared on screen for just under 5 minutes. It’s one of the shortest performances ever to win an Academy Award.

Who has 64 nominations and 26 awards?

No individual or entity has 64 nominations and 26 awards in the context of the Oscars. Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscar wins with 26, and he also has the most nominations at 59.

Who is the only actor to win 4 Oscars?

Katharine Hepburn is the only actor to have won four Oscars, all for Best Actress. Her wins were for “Morning Glory” (1933), “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” (1967), “The Lion in Winter” (1968), and “On Golden Pond” (1981). Her remarkable career and talent have made her a legendary figure in Hollywood.

How many Oscars has Oppenheimer won?

Oppenheimer secured a total of seven Oscars at the 96th Academy Awards ceremony.

Who presented the Best Picture award in 2024?

The prestigious honor of presenting the Best Picture award at the 96th Academy Awards was given to the legendary actor Al Pacino.

How many Oscars has Emma Stone won?

Emma Stone, known for her remarkable performances, has claimed two Oscars throughout her illustrious career.

How many Oscars did “Poor Things” win?

Poor Things” managed to secure a notable count of three Oscars at the 96th Academy Awards ceremony.

Who received the Oscar 36 times?

No individual has received an Oscar 36 times; however, Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscars won by an individual, with 26 Academy Awards.

What 7 Oscars did Oppenheimer win?

Oppenheimer triumphed in seven categories, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Film Editing, among others.

Who receives the trophy for Best Picture?

The trophy for Best Picture is traditionally presented to the film’s producers, symbolizing their collective achievement in bringing the acclaimed work to fruition.

What is the highest award for an actor?

The highest accolade for an actor at the Academy Awards is the Oscar for Best Actor or Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Who is the youngest director to win Best Picture?

The youngest director to win Best Picture is Damien Chazelle, who clinched the award at the age of 32 for his film “La La Land.”

Who won Best Female Actor in 2024?

The coveted title of Best Female Actor at the 96th Academy Awards was bestowed upon the talented performer Viola Davis for her exceptional portrayal in a leading role.

How many Oscars has Ryan Gosling won?

Ryan Gosling, recognized for his captivating performances, has claimed one Oscar during his esteemed career.

Who has more than one Oscar?

Numerous esteemed individuals in the film industry have secured more than one Oscar, including actors, directors, and technicians, whose talent and dedication have been recognized multiple times by the Academy.

Who won Best Actress this year?

The esteemed title of Best Actress at the 96th Academy Awards was awarded to the exceptionally talented performer Emma Stone for her outstanding portrayal in a leading role.

Has any movie won all Oscars?

No movie has managed to sweep all categories and win every Oscar at the Academy Awards ceremony.

Who is the youngest Oscar winner?

Tatum O’Neal holds the distinction of being the youngest Oscar winner, securing the Best Supporting Actress award at the tender age of 10.

Who is the youngest person to win two Oscars?

The youngest individual to win two Oscars is Shirley Temple, who received the Juvenile Award at the age of 6 and won a competitive Oscar for her outstanding contribution to film at the age of 7.

Who was the 9-year-old Oscar nominee?

Quvenzhané Wallis made history as the youngest nominee for the Academy Award for Best Actress at the age of 9, for her remarkable performance in “Beasts of the Southern Wild.”

Which Soviet film won an Oscar?

“War and Peace,” directed by Sergey Bondarchuk, is the only Soviet film to have won an Oscar, securing the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1968.

Who won the most Oscars for cinematography?

The esteemed cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki holds the record for the most Oscars won for cinematography, with three consecutive wins for his exceptional work in “Gravity,” “Birdman,” and “The Revenant.”

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  • BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actor
  • Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
  • Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
  • Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead
  • Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
  • List of submissions to the 96th Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature
  • List of submissions to the 96th Academy Awards for Best Documentary Feature
  • List of submissions to the 96th Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film

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Eihi Shiina 椎名英姫 (Actress)  – Biography Points
Table of Contents Update : 5/25/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Eihi Shiina 椎名英姫 (Actress) Eihi Shiina (椎名英姫, Shiina Eihi), born on February 3, 1976, in Fukuoka, Japan, is a renowned Japanese fashion model and actress. Shiina began her modeling […]
Akira Fuse 布施 明 (Actor)  – Biography Points
Table of Contents Update : 5/24/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Akira Fuse 布施 明 (Actor) Akira Fuse, born on December 18, 1947, is a multi-talented figure in the Japanese entertainment industry, excelling as both a singer and actor. His […]
Olga Georges-Picot (Actress) – Biography Point
Table of Contents Update : 5/1/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Olga Georges-Picot (Actress) Olga Georges-Picot, a French actress born on January 6, 1940, and passed away on June 19, 1997, left an indelible mark on both French and American […]
Christian Clark (Actor)  – Biography Points
Table of Contents Update : 5/02/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Christian Clark (Actor) Christian Clark, born on September 15, 1978, is a multifaceted Australian figure known for his prowess as both an actor and a business owner. His acting […]
Affif Ben Badra (Actor) – Biography Point
Table of Contents Update : 5/1/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Affif Ben Badra (Actor) Affif Ben Badra, a versatile actor and skilled stuntman hailing from France, has left an indelible mark on both sides of the Atlantic. Born in […]
Corinne Marchand (Actress) – Biography Point
Table of Contents Update : 5/1/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Corinne Marchand (Actress) Corinne Marchand, born on December 4, 1931, is a renowned French actress celebrated for her captivating performances on both stage and screen. Her most iconic role […]