LifestyleOppenheimer dominates the 96th Oscars with Seven Wins

Oppenheimer dominates the 96th Oscars with Seven Wins

"Oppenheimer" the biggest winner of the 96th Academy Awards
"Oppenheimer" the biggest winner of the 96th Academy Awards
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6:23 AM EDT, March 11, 2024

The 96th Oscars ceremony took place, drawing many celebrities to the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, all eagerly awaiting the outcomes of this esteemed event.

The creators of "The Interest Zone" were awarded the Oscar for Best International Feature Film. Representing the United Kingdom, the film was selected for this category mainly because its dialogue was predominantly in German.

John Cena, presenting the award for best costumes, stirred quite a commotion at the gala. In an unexpected turn, he appeared on stage... without any attire, choosing only to cover himself with the envelope containing the winner’s name.

Cillian Murphy was honored for his leading role in "Oppenheimer." Christopher Nolan, the creative force behind "Oppenheimer," took home the award for Best Director. At the same time, Emma Stone was celebrated as the best leading actress for her role in "Poor Creatures," a win that surprised many who had anticipated Lily Gladstone to take the statue.

"Oppenheimer" was proclaimed the best film, earning a total of seven Oscars.

Winners of the 96th Oscars Ceremony

The winners in each category are highlighted in bold.

Best Film

- "The Anatomy of Fall"
- "American Fiction"
- "Barbie"
- "Time of the Bloody Moon"
- "Poor Creatures"
- "Maestro"

- "Oppenheimer"

- "Previous Life"
- "Winter Solstice"
- "The Interest Zone"

Best Leading Actor

- Bradley Cooper - "Maestro"
- Colman Domingo - "Rustin"
- Paul Giamatti - "Winter Solstice"

- Cillian Murphy - "Oppenheimer"

- Jeffrey Wright - "American Fiction"

Best Leading Actress

- Sandra Hüller - "The Anatomy of Fall"
- Lily Gladstone - "Time of the Bloody Moon"

- Emma Stone - "Poor Creatures"

- Annette Bening - "Nyad"
- Carey Mulligan - "Maestro"

Best Supporting Actor

- Sterling K. Brown - "American Fiction"
- Ryan Gosling - "Barbie"
- Robert De Niro - "Time of the Bloody Moon"

- Robert Downey Jr. - "Oppenheimer"

- Mark Ruffalo - "Poor Creatures"

Best Supporting Actress

- Jodie Foster - "Nyad"
- Emily Blunt - "Oppenheimer"

- Da’Vine Joy Randolph - "Winter Solstice"

- America Ferrera - "Barbie"
- Danielle Brooks - "The Color Purple"
...and the list goes on to detail the remaining categories and their winners.
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