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Cillian Murphy, Emma Stone, Christopher Nolan pose with their Oscars trophies; photos inside

Nolan’s biographical thriller Oppenheimer was the biggest winner at the 96th Academy Awards, with seven trophies

Agnivo Niyogi Calcutta Published 12.03.24, 02:34 PM

After a star-studded night of crowning winners in Los Angeles on March 11 (IST), the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences shared photographs of the batch of Oscars 2024 posing with their prized trophies. 

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Oppenheimer maker Christopher Nolan flaunted his two Oscar trophies — one for best director and the other for best picture. This was Nolan’s eighth nomination as director and first win.

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Cillian Murphy, who took home the trophy for best actor, is flanked by a bunch of past winners in this category who presented him with the award — (from left) Forest Whittacker, Nicolas Cage, Branden Fraser, Matthew McConaughey and Ben Kingsley. 

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Emma Stone is all smiles with her second Oscar award as best actress, for playing Bella Baxter in Poor Things. She won her first Oscar in 2017 for La La Land.

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Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who played a grieving mother in Alexander Payne’s The Holdovers, with her best supporting actress trophy.

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Past winners of the best supporting actor Oscar — (from left) Christoph Waltz, Tim Robbins, Sam Rockwell, Ke Huy Quan and Mahershala Ali — with this year’s winner Robert Downey Jr. (centre).

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The winners of acting Oscars this year — (from left) Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Cillian Murphy, Emma Stone and Robert Downey Jr.

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Brother-sister duo Finneas O’Connell and Billie Eilish with the Oscar for best song for What Was I Made For? from Barbie. They had previously won an Oscar in the same category for No Time To Die in 2022.

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French filmmakers Justine Triet and Arthur Harari with their Oscar trophy for best original screenplay for Anatomy of a Fall. 

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British filmmaker Jonathan Glazer poses with his Oscar trophy. Glazer’s The Zone of Interest was adjudged the best international feature film.

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Writer-director Cord Jefferson beat Oppenheimer and Barbie to win the Oscar for best adapted screenplay for American Fiction.

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