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The Oscars 2023 Moments: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’, Big Winner At the Academy Awards

the oscars 2023 moments everything everywhere all at once, big winner at the academy awards

the oscars 2023 moments everything everywhere all at once, big winner at the academy awards

The 2023 Oscars which took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles was packed with thrilling moments; big winner ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ clinched best picture award.

The ‘Oscars’ is held by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to honour films released in a year.

The big event which marks 95th Academy Awards was televised in the U.S. by ABC and was produced by Ricky Kirshner and director Glenn Weiss.

The ceremony had stars in attendance including Cate Blanchett, Rihanna, Dwayne Johnson, Lady Gaga, Austin Butler, Michelle Yeoh, Colin Farrell, Jamie Lee Curtis and Angela Bassett among others.

Everything Everywhere All At Once‘ got everyone talking for winning the biggest prize of the night for best picture.

I have great faith in our stories, these stories have changed my life and they’ve done that for generations,

I realize growing up that one of the things we can do for each other is shelter each other from the chaos of this crazy world that we live in. Thank you to the storytellers who did that for me. Daniel Kwan (Director) remarked.

Below are the awards won by the sci-fi film Everything, Everywhere All at Once:

  • Best picture
  • Best actress
  • Best director
  • Best film editing
  • Best writing (original screenplay)
  • Best supporting actress
  • Best supporting actor

Rihanna thrilled the audience with a spectacular ‘Lift Me Up’ performance, also being her very first performance at the Oscars.

rihanna performs 'lift me up'

rihanna performs ‘lift me up’

Lady Gaga reacted by rushing to the rescue of a photographer who fell on the champagne-colored red carpet during the Oscars arrivals.



The Oscars 2023: See Full List of Nominations and Winners Here



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