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Monday, February 25, 2013

Tears, triumph and a spectacular tumble! Anne Hathaway, Daniel Day-Lewis, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lawrence and Adele take Oscars


They were favourites to win, but victory was still ever so sweet for Daniel Day-Lewis, Ben Affleck, Anne Hathaway and Adele at the 85th Academy Awards on Sunday night.
But nobody could have predicted one rather spectacular fall from grace by Jennifer Lawrence.
The Silver Linings Playbook star took a rather embarrassing tumble as she made her way up onto the stage to collect the gong for best actress.
When she finally made it to the podium after the slip up, she handled the situation with aplomb.

She dreamed a dream: Anne Hathaway was inspired to become an actress by watching her mother play Fantine in a production of Les Miserables 24 years ago; now she's got the Oscar for the same role

We did it guys! Daniel Day-Lewis holds his Oscar for Best Actor, Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway hold their Oscars for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress respectively and Austrian actor Christophe Waltz holds his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor

Leading ladies: Keeping their Oscars tight to their chests, Anne and Jennifer chat excitedly

Pretty in pink: It was obviously a lucky colour for the Oscar winners

'Thank you so much,' she told the crowd, who gave her a standing ovation. 'This is nuts. You guys are only standing up because I fell and you feel bad. That was embarrassing.'
The rest of the night was full of tears and triumph as Tisletown celebrated its biggest night of the year.
Anne Hathaway summed up the magic of the night for those that won when she accepted the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as the doomed Fantine in Les Miserables by exclaiming: 'It came true!' as she clasped the gold statuette.
Because she really did dream a dream... and it really did come true.

Don't trip! Daniel keeps a close eye on Jennifer as she leaves the stage in the press room, preventing a repeat of her earlier mishap

Living the fairytale: Jennifer, in her huge puffball Dior gown, saw her dreams come true at just 22

Couldn't be happier: Despite her earlier fall, Jennifer and Anne are obviously delighted to be winners

Hathaway, who looked incredible in Prada, wanted to star in Les Misérables aged six, and it set her on the path to becoming an actress... so it was a doubly poignant moment.
She made a point of thanking her co-star Hugh Jackman, and her husband Adam Shulman. 'It was the best moment of my life when you walked into it,' she told the man she married in California's Big Sur last year.
The Oscar win is the apogee of a winning streak for the 30-year-old actress, who has won a plethora of honors for her short performance in the musical.

One for the mantlepiece: Adele and Anne Hathaway pose backstage with their brand new Oscars

It's all mine! Adele can't hide her delight as she poses with fellow songwriter Paul Epworth and Richard Gere, who presented their award

I love it! Adele poses with her favourite accessory... her golden Oscar

Hathaway beat Sally Field from Lincoln,who was considered her closest rival in the category.
Hathaway, who starred in The Princess Diaries, The Devil Wears Prada and Love and Other Drugs was inspired to act after watching her mother, Kate, star as Fantine in a stage production.
To play the role of the impoverished seamstress, Hathaway lost over 25 pounds.

Special thanks: Anne gave a big shout out to her Les Mis co-star Hugh Jackman

Special thanks: Anne gave a big shout out to her Les Mis co-star Hugh Jackman

She did it! Anne Hathaway won the Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role and showed just how good she is in the role in the earlier Les Mis performance

Her other leading man: Anne gave a her husband Adam Shulman a kiss after the announcement

Her moment: Jennifer Lawrence, 22, accepted the Best Actress Award in her Dior gown... she stunned in Silver Linings Playbook

Congratulations: Lawrence got a warm hug from her co-star in Silver Linings

Too much emotion: Jennifer took a tumble as she headed to the stage

Oscar and me: Anne puckered up to her little gold friend

Argo, the popular choice for Best Picture romped home.
'I know what you're thinking - three sexiest producers in Hollywood,' joked Argo producer Grant Heslov, standing with Ben Affleck on his right and George Clooney to his left.
'You directed a hell of a picture,' he added to Affleck, who was snubbed in the Best Director category.
The first award of the night brought forth a distinguished quintet of nominees all vying for the Best Supporting Actor Award.

What a team: Director Ben Affleck and producer George Clooney embrace after their movie Argo is named as Best Picture

Hollywood's most successful failure: After dating J-Lo and starring in Michael Bay films, Affleck looked to be finished in critical terms but Argo has been a massive comeback

Proud: Ben's wife Jennifer looked on proudly as her husband sniffled his way through his speech

Here's Jaaaacky: Mr Nicholson cruised onto the stage to present the Best Picture Award, well, seemingly

But look who's here! The actual honour went to Michelle Obama, who broke the news to the Argo crew

All about the beard: Producer Grant Heslov, actor-producer-director Ben Affleck, and producer George Clooney proudly show off their awards

It doesn't get much better than Tommy Lee Jones, Robert De Niro, Alan Arkin, Phillip Seymour Hoffman but the gong went to Tarantino's darling, Christoph Waltz for Quentin's Django Unchained.
It's his second Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in four years under the direction of Tarantino, this time as a German bounty hunter in the slave revenge tale.
'We participated in a hero's journey, the hero here being Quentin,' Waltz said as he accepted his award.

Comparing notes: Academy Award winners Halle Berry and Anne Hathaway catch up

A league of his own: His talent competitors never stood a chance against Day-Lewis

He gives it his all: Nobody was surprised that Daniel Day-Lewis won Best Actor, but he richly deserved it

He gives it his all: Nobody was surprised that Daniel Day-Lewis won Best Actor, but he richly deserved it

'My wife has had to live with different men': Method actor Daniel credited wife Rebecca with supporting him throughout his toil

The Austrian actor first impressed the academy as a charming yet black hearted Nazi in Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.
He was nominated while Django co-stars Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio were not.

Best of British: Adele can add an Oscar to her cabinet

Genius: Director Ang Lee brought best-seller Life of Pi to the big screen and made it work, something nobody thought could be done

Runner up: Naomi Watts lost out on Best Actress but looked stunning as she sat in the audience with her partner Liev Schreiber

So... a wizard and a vampire walk into the Academy Awards: Daniel Radcliffe were super and natural as presenters

Golden oldies: Michael Douglas and Jane Fonda both looked incredible as they arrived to take their duties on

Cult legend: Quentin Tarantino won Best Original Screenplay for Django Unchained, he scored the award in 1994 for Pulp Fiction

Dark horse: Christoph Waltz beat Robert De Niro and Tommy Lee Jones to bag the Best Supporting Award for his role in Tarantino's Django Unchained

What a partnership: Waltz gets a hug from the director who paved the way to his two Academy Awards

Proud moment: Waltz bagged the Best Supporting Actor Tarantino's last movie, Inglorious Basterds, and has been recoginsed for Django... and the director looked delighted and later bagged Best Original Screenplay for the same movie

Good sport: Tommy Lee Jones took losing to Waltz well, and was cheerier than he appeared to be at the Golden Globes

Preened and styled to within an inch of their lives, the stars have undergone weeks of strenuous preparation for tonight's event.
They've starved themselves, stood starkers for the spray-tan, had the Hollywood smile teeth touched up, the Botox injected and brutal facials that knock their cheekbones into tip top shape; and that's just the men.
Former Bond girl Halle Berry needs no such help and looked stunning as she introduced the 007 tribute by saying: 'Bond music is a genre, all its own. Guaranteed to make your heart beat faster and take your breath away.'

Joy: Adele was gobsmacked by her award and thanked Queen Latifah who presented it to her

Shocked: Presenter Renee Zellweger seemed unprepared for Adele's unaffected exhuberance

Moved: Adele looked blown away despite being the favourite for the award

The girl done well: London's finest Adele picked up an Oscar to add to her collection for Skyfall, the latest Bond theme

Dame Shirley Bassey belted out Goldfinger wearing a golden gown and won a standing ovation.
Adele took the stage later for a stunning performance of Skyfall, and then accepted the award for Best Song with typically self-deprecating candour.
Quentin Tarantino won the best orginal screenplay Oscar for his film Django Unchained.
'How nice to get it from you' Tarantino said to presenter Charlize Theron and then explained to the audience that Theron is his neighbour.

Bandeau beauties: Jennifer Garner and Jessica Chastain presented an award... and themselves beautifully

What a pair: Jennifer Aniston and Channing Tatum presented the hairstyling and make up award, aptly

America's sweetheart: Reese Witherspoon wasn't nominated but she was happy to help with tonight's presentation

Gold figure: Dame Shirley Bassey sang her classic Bond tune as part of the night's tribute to 007's 50th birthday

The long and the short of it: Charlize Theron and Dustin Hoffman made for an arresting presenting duo

Host Seth MacFarlane joked that the Oscar show now in its third hour was going so slowly that they would soon start presenting the 2014 Oscars.
Ang Lee's sumptuous Life of Pi was then recognised for cinematography and visual effects, and Disney's Brave awarded the laurels for Best Animated Feature Film... Paperman got the nod for Short Animation.
Amour, written and directed by Michael Haneke, surprised nobody by winning Best Foreign Film.

Haunting: Barbara Streisand sent a shiver down everyone's spine with her rendition of the hit song of 1973's The Way We Were

Owning the stage: Halle Berry won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2001 for Marc Forster's Monsters Ball

Man of the night: Ben Affleck might not be nominated for Best Director but his film Argo is on everyone's hit list

All that Jazz: Catherine Zeta-Jones was impressive in a reprise of her Chicago performance

Stunning: The cast of Les Miserables brought the house down with a compelling Hugh Jackman at the centre of the performance

A French-language drama about an elderly married couple whose lives are shattered when one has a stroke, Amour has won a brace of awards.
Amour has four other nominations including best original screenplay and best director for Haneke, best picture, and best actress for 85-year-old Emmanuelle Riva.
The atmosphere is always tense inside the strangely ordinary theatre on the seedy end of Hollywood Boulevard at this award show of award shows, and the fact that all alcohol is banned during the ceremony - unlike the Golden Globes - only adds to the jagged sense of anticipation in the stuffy air.
A glorious host of guest presenters got to enjoy the night's proceedings without the stress of awaiting their fate.

His 'n' hers Oscar looks: Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban looked like a matching pair in the audience

Dashing duo: Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana made a grand entrance

Jennifer Aniston and Channing Tatum showed the world what could have been as they paired the impressive genetic blessings, while Michael Douglas and Jane Fonda proved that Oscar isn't the only comely golden oldie around.
Michael's wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, performed her All That Jazz number from Chicago.
Dustin Hoffman, Charlize Theron, Hall Berry, Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Garner, Renee Zellweger, Kristen Stewart and Daniel Radcliffe all got their moment on the stage but it was the First Lady, Michelle Obama, who got to present the Best Picture award by way of a bit of nifty footwork from Jack Nicholson.

Not good, but not awful: Seth MacFarlane was a surprisingly quiet host

I've got a friend in you: The stars of Seth MacFarlane's none Oscar nominated film, Mark Wahlberg and the titular Ted, made an appearance

Funny guys: Paul Rudd and Melissa McCarthy did their bit to cheer up proceedings

America's sweetheart: Reese Witherspoon wasn't nominated but she was happy to help with tonight's presentation

Let me entertain you: Seth MacFarlane brought his cheeky brand of humour to proceedings

Ready to go: The stars discover who will take home 2013's coveted Oscars

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane's stewardship went some way to combating the inescapable stress of a night that makes and breaks careers like no other but as the roll call of winners (and therefore even more losers) got underway on Hollywood's biggest night of the year... there were plenty of rigid smiles and disappointed eyes.
Argo headed into Sunday's Oscars as almost everyone's favourite for best picture, and took home the laurels with a tearful speech from Ben Affleck.
Ben Affleck's 1970s Iran hostage drama was also produced by George Clooney.

Going for gold: Spielberg's Lincoln had twelve nominations and Daniel Day-Lewis won Best Actor as predicted
Barbra Streisand also gave a wonderful rendition of The Way We Were.

Affleck’s Argo had won most of the big awards in the run up on to the big night; including the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Picture which is thought to be the clearest indicator of Oscar success.
The critically acclaimed movie - which was also a massive box office hit - also walked away with the Producers Guild of America, the Writers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America, which gave Affleck its top prize for directing the film.
But Affleck didn't pick up the directing trophy as he wasn't nominated, meaning that Argo is the first film to win without its director being nominated since 1989's Driving Miss Daisy.
This years films have been more popular than the Academy is used to, six of the nine nominees have grossed more than $100 million the US and they're hoping that they can draw in a younger audience with the hit movies, and the edgy hosting fulcrum that is MacFarlane.

Ladies' night: Anne Hathaway won Supporting Actress while Jennifer Lawrence while Jennifer Lawrence bagged the Best Actress award for Silver Linings Playlist

Names in the frame: Hugh Jackman was nominated for Best Actor for his sterling work in Les Miserables while favourite Robert De Niro has a Best Supporting nod for Silver Linings Playbook but Christop Waltz walked away with the prize


Best Picture: Argo
Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Actress: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
Supporting Actor: Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained
Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
Directing: Ang Lee, Life of Pi
Foreign Language Film: Amour, Austria

Adapted Screenplay: Chris Terrio, Argo
Original Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained
Animated Feature Film: Brave
Production Design: Lincoln
Cinematography: Life of Pi
Sound Mixing: Les Miserables
Sound Editing: Life of Pi, Skyfall (tie)

Original Score: Life of Pi, Mychael Danna
Original Song: Skyfall from Skyfall, Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth
Costume: Anna Karenina
Documentary Feature: Searching for Sugar Man
Documentary (short subject): Inocente

Film Editing: Argo
Makeup and Hairstyling: Les Miserables
Animated Short Film: Paperman
Live Action Short Film: Curfew
Visual Effects: Life of Pi

source: dailymail

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