Oscars 2018: Gary Oldman Wins Best Actor, Frances McDormand Wins Best Actress

Oscars 2018: Gary Oldman Wins Best Actor, Frances McDormand Wins Best Actress

And my pal Alison Janney, who I interviewed a couple of weeks ago, will win Best Supporting Actress for her role as figure skater Tonya Harding's monstrous mother in I, Tonya.

The Best Lead Actor at the 90th Academy Awards, which was held on Sunday, March 4 at Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California, has been revealed.

McDormand, who previously won the Best Actress Oscar in 1997 for her performance in Fargo, earned her Academy Award this year for playing a woman bent on revenge after her daughter is brutally raped and murdered.

Although Kathleen couldn't be there in person to see her son accept his first Oscar, he revealed she was watching the ceremony at home.

Fiorentino made the allegations in a 2001 legal filing - claims which Oldman has since called "lies, innuendoes and half-truths".

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Sky News has reached out to Gary Oldman's representatives for comment. "People would stare at me because the makeup was so good you could stand an inch from me and you couldn't tell I was wearing any, the actor told Deadline".

He has already won the Best Actor awards at the Baftas, the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Critics' Choice Awards, so winning the Academy Award as well wasn't too much of a shock. McDormand was quick to joke when first beginning her acceptance speech and said, "So I'm hyperventilating a little bit".

Two of the five nominees are Oscar winners, two are relative newcomers and the final is an actor whom a generation of moviegoers has a magical connection with despite his controversial past. Like Oldman, Schmidt is also involved in the arts.

It was a titanic moment for British-born, 68-year-old Deakins, who is considered one of the all-time greats in his field but also was the most Oscar-nominated cinematographer without a succeed. He even managed to make pre-Oscars interview rounds without having to answer any hard questions about his reportedly checkered past.

"We're all very friendly", he said, according to NY Daily News. "I wasn't Mr. Right'". "And they really are vital individuals that you interact with - I've done motion capture, and you're in a gray void, with no costume and then they CG it on you later - so to lose that kind of connection, we really worked as a team". "I'm almost 60 and at last I think I've come home". They resurfaced following his Oscar win in 2018.

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