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Natalie Portman has won the best-actress Academy Award for her role as a delusional ballerina in "Black Swan," while Tom Hooper has claimed the best-director Oscar for his British monarchy saga "The King's Speech."
Tom Hooper won the best-director Academy Award on Sunday for his British monarchy saga "The King's Speech," while Christian Bale and Melissa Leo earned supporting-acting honors for the boxing tale "The Fighter."
Melissa Leo's Oscar victory for "The Fighter" was expected. Kirk Douglas' touchingly comic presentation of the award wasn't.
Christian Bale and Melissa Leo won the supporting-acting Academy Awards on Sunday for the boxing drama "The Fighter," while "Toy Story 3" claimed the prize for feature animation.
Melissa Leo won the supporting-actress Academy Award on Sunday for her role as the domineering matriarch of a boxing family in "The Fighter, while "Toy Story 3" claimed the prize for feature animation.
The Lewis Carroll update "Alice in Wonderland" won the first prize at the Academy Awards on Sunday, claiming the art direction Oscar over a field including best-picture favorite "The King's Speech."
King George the stutterer seems primed to reign at Sunday night's Academy Awards, unless there's a palace coup by that asocial billionaire who created Facebook.
The ballet thriller "Black Swan" won four prizes Saturday at the Spirit Awards honoring independent film, including best picture, best actress for Natalie Portman and director for Darren Aronofsky.
To the movie industry, the Oscars are an awards ceremony. For the rest of us, they're a show. So while we couldn't recall last year's best picture on a bet (Cameron's blue-aliens movie? No, wait, it was "Hurt Locker" from his ex!), we savor the memory of Billy Crystal's great opening bits and Jack Palance's one-armed push-ups and brave Christopher Reeve onstage, alone, in a wheelchair.