The Oscar goes to … – „Everything Everywhere All at Once“ bester Film!

The sci-fi comedy “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is the winner of this year’s Academy Awards with seven Oscars, including in the royal category of best picture. Michelle Yeoh and Brendan Fraser were crowned best actors.

Indie sci-fi comedy Everything Everywhere All at Once is the big winner of the 95th Academy Awards Gala. The work of the 35-year-old directing duo Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan was named best film of the year on Monday night. Best film and three best actors The filmmakers had previously been honored with the director’s trophy and Michelle Yeoh as best actress. In total, the work, which has been nominated eleven times, took home seven Oscar statuettes. Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis won the two supporting role categories. There were also categories for original screenplay and editing. “Moms are superheroes” 60-year-old Yeoh was a big favorite even before the gala with her performance in “Everything Everywhere All at Once”. She dedicated her award to all girls and boys who look like her and to all women her age. “To all the little girls and boys out there who look like me, this award is a beacon of hope and proof that dreams do come true become. And to all women, never let anyone tell you that your best days are behind you.” But she especially dedicated her Oscar to her mother. “I have to dedicate this to my mother, to all the mothers in the world, because they really are the superheroes . And without her, none of us would be here tonight,” explained the beaming winner. “She’s 84 and I’m bringing this home to her,” Yeoh continued. “She’s watching right now, in Malaysia, with my family and friends. I love you guys and I’m bringing this to your home. And also to my extended family in Hong Kong, where I started my career. Thank you for having me on your shoulders and for supporting me to be here today.” Crying and OverwhelmedBrandon Fraser, meanwhile, was recognized for his performance as an obese dying man in Darren Aronofsky’s theatrical adaptation The Whale. Fraser was present during his speech visibly tearful and overwhelmed, and thanked everyone who brought him onto the stage at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. In his address to his fellow nominees, Fraser acknowledged that they “bared their whale-sized hearts so that we could peer into your souls, like it.” no one else could.” He also called it an “honour” to be nominated alongside them. He then gave a special shout-out to his co-actress Hong Chau, saying, “Only whales can swim in the depths of Hong Chau’s talent.” international film. Director Edward Berger took the big stage with his crew, including Viennese actor Felix Kammerer, who plays the lead in the film adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s novel. “It means so much to us,” Berger said happily. He thanked his entire team, the producers and above all Kammerer, who bowed shyly in an oversized jacket that glittered. “This was your first film and you carried us on your shoulders like it was nothing. Without you, none of us would be here.” Shortly before, “Nothing New in the West” had already won an award for best camera. James Friend was touched when he accepted the coveted gold statuette. “It’s not my birthday today, but it feels like it. What an honor!” The film also received the Oscar for best production design and best film music. Producer Daniel Brühl not only stood out visually when “Nothing New in the West” won on stage – with a white smoking jacket. The Spanish-born German actor stunned presenter Salma Hayek (who co-wrote Best Foreign Film with Antonio Banderas) when he addressed her in fluent Spanish as he exited the stage. The Spaniard widened her eyes and hugged Brühl after he had apparently informed her about his talent for languages.First Oscar for Jamie Lee CurtisHollywood star Jamie Lee Curtis was awarded Best Supporting Actress for “Everything Everywhere All at Once”. A sensation for herself. It was the first Oscar in her decades-long career. She thanked her family and the fans of her genre films, who have remained loyal to her for decades. “We won an Oscar!” she exclaimed. “To all the people who have supported the genre films I’ve made over the years, the thousands and hundreds of thousands of people, we just won an Oscar together! Curtis explained. “And my mom and dad were both nominated for Oscars in different categories,” added the “Halloween star,” referring to Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis. “I just won an Oscar,” she told them, bowing. Ke Huy Quan Best Supporting Actor Jamie Lee Curtis’ Everything Everywhere All at Once co-star Ke Huy Quan won Best Supporting Actor. He was extremely touched and shed tears, holding his Oscar up to the camera and telling his 80-something mom in Saigon, “Mom, I have an Oscar. Can you believe that?” That was the “American Dream” that became reality for him. “You always have to believe in your dreams,” he explained.Cruise skippedCruise caused a stir when superstar Tom Cruise skipped the gala because he was unavailable for filming elsewhere in the world. His film “Top Gun: Maverick” was among the best movie nominated. In the category “Best Sound” there was actually an Oscar. Lady Gaga’s “Maverick” theme song “Hold My Hand” had to admit defeat to “Naatu Naatu” from “RRR” in the category Best Movie Song. The singer had herself She had removed her make-up for the performance and had slipped into simple clothes consisting of a dark t-shirt and trousers, after causing a stir when she arrived with a dress that showed her bottom Actors Emily Blunt and The Rock Dwayne Johnson handed over the Netflix film “Pinocchio”, which almost moved director Guillermo del Toro to tears.”Navalny” received the award for best documentary.The success of the work of Canadian director Daniel Roher can be seen The three Austrian cameramen Niki Waltl, Simon Fraissler and Daniel Dajakaj, who were responsible for the picture design, were also pleased r short film awarded. The award for best make-up went to “The Whale”. Ruth E. Carter accepted the statue for Best Costume Design for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, including 3D printed costumes by Austrian designer Julia Koerner. The Elephant Whisperers won Best Documentary Short. The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse is Best Animated Short Film. Avatar: The Way of Water won an Oscar for Best Visual Effects. Sarah Polley won the Best Adapted Screenplay category for “Women Talking”. Champagne Carpet A red carpet was not rolled out this year, instead the stars paraded down a champagne-colored carpet upon arrival before the show. A decision that backfired. Because it wasn’t long before the color of the carpet mutated from light gold to dirty grey. After all, Jamie Lee Curtis thought it was great that “the Academy decided to match the carpet to my hair color (it’s white-grey)!” US actress Eva Longoria gave a deep look there in a glittering, low-cut dress by Zuhair Murad. She wanted to dress as a “disco ball,” she joked. “People can dance around me, I’m that glittery.” Kidman smooches on the carpet Salma Hayek, who was there with daughter Valentina, beamed on the champagne carpet in a bright red sequined dress with fringes. Halle Berry looked sexy in white high leg slit.Nicole Kidman kissed with husband Keith Urban.Black Panther star Dania Gurira’s towering hairstyle caused a stir.Weaver in a furry dressSigourney Weaver looked metallic in her dress.But the gown held a surprise when you touched it: It wasn’t smooth. The “Avatar” actress laughed at the astonished face of a US presenter who let her touch it: “It’s furry, like fur!” Anger at Hugh GrantAnd the Oscar for the ” Biggest A… on the red carpet” went to Hugh Grant. At least that’s what Twitter thinks after the British actor didn’t behave very gentlemanly in an interview with model Ashley Graham. With an uninterested expression, the 62-year-old gave the standard question, “Who are you crossing your fingers for today?”, The non-answer: “Nobody really”. This is a “vanity fair” anyway. He then taunted Graham by claiming his tuxedo was from “some tailor in my area.” However, it remains doubtful whether Grant is itchy about the shitstorm.PCR test stops Glenn CloseCorona was still omnipresent in Hollywood. Every nominee, celebrity presenter and the 2,500 invited spectators in the hall had to do and present a PCR test beforehand. This was Glenn Close’s undoing. The 75-year-old was supposed to present the award for the best film together with Harrison Ford – but let it be said at short notice: “Unfortunately Glenn is positive and unfortunately has to cancel – she was so happy.” Here are more pictures of the “bubble carpet” Puck came with OscarWolfgang Puck marched in with an Oscar already in hand. However, the statue was not the real “Golden Boy” – but the gold-covered chocolate version of the star chef. The native Austrian walked the red carpet straight into the building above the Dolby Theater. Because there he has been feeding the stars at the Governor’s Ball for decades. Tropical Greenhouse Peter meant well with the Oscars. After Southern California had to endure an unusual amount of rain and even snowfall since the beginning of the year, the precipitation was “exhibited” on Sunday night. And even the sun came out. As a result, the covered “red” carpet had the hot, humid climate of a tropical greenhouse and resulted in a lot of sweat and retouching of the make-up best cut nominated. However, she was unable to attend the award ceremony. A concussion resulting from an accident prevented her flight to the USA on the advice of her doctors slapping incident of the previous year. The later award winner Will Smith had slapped comedian Chris Rock on the open stage after he had insulted his wife. Such incidents should be prevented by the crisis team. Smith himself has been banned from attending the Oscars for ten years by the Academy.