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Hollywood Awards season marks its end with the celebration of 89th Annual Oscar Awards on Sunday night, live from Dolby Theatre Los Angeles, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
La La Land has been the movie of the season grabbing all and every possible award as it can, on it way to the Oscars. And here the film has acquired the highest number of nominations in the history of Academy Awards with a tie with only two other films All About Eve and Titanic.
This Damien Chazelle's movie is on its way to challenge the record mark set for highest Oscar win ever. Earlier it was 11, won by films like Titanic, Ben-Hur and The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.
Apart from La La Land, there are other serious contenders for Oscars this year. The film Moonlight has nabbed a whopping eight Oscar nominations and so did Denis Villeneuve's Arrival. Both the films are fighting for the Best Picture slot at the Oscars.
Even films like Hacksaw Ridge, Fences, Hidden Figures, Hell or High Water, Lion, and Manchester by the Sea, all are competing each other for the top spots at the Oscars.
Now talking about individual awards, the La La Land again comes up with its beautiful actress Emma Stone, who is looking forward to snatch the award here.
The Best Supporting Actress award might go to Viola Davis for Fences, and Mahershala Ali from Moonlight may get the Best Supporting Actor. Well, Best Actor is the catch here.
There are many strong contenders in this category, however, Denzel Washington and Casey Affleck might be the one among all to get this ultimate glory.
See the complete list of winners here...
Best Picture: Moonlight
Best Lead Actor: Casey Affleck, For Manchester By The Sea
Best Director: Damien Chazelle, For La La Land
Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis, For Fences
Best Lead Actress: Emma Stone, For La La Land
Best Animated Feature: Zootopia
Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali, For Moonlight
Best Cinematography: La La Land
Best Documentary Feature: O.J.: Made In America
Best Foreign Language Film: The Salesman
Best Adapted Screenplay: Moonlight
Best Original Screenplay: Manchester By The Sea
Best Original Song: City Of Stars, From La La Land
Best Makeup And Hairstyling: Suicide Squad
Best Original Score: La La Land
Best Production Design: La La Land
Best Costumes: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
Best Film Editing: Hacksaw Ridge
Best Visual Effects: The Jungle Book
Best Sound Mixing: Hacksaw Ridge
Best Sound Editing: Arrival
Best Documentary Short: The White Helmets
Best Animated Short: Piper
Best Live-Action Short: Sing