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Spotlight, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brie Larson win Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress at Oscars 2016

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From Chris Rock’s monologue to music performances, Hollywood's biggest night - the 88th Academy Awards, was a night to remember. From the best dressed to the questionable looks, the fashion on the red carpet had been a sight to see! Quantico star and Indian actress, Priyanka Chopra, on the Oscars 2016, was graceful with her beautiful white Zuhair Murad strapless gown. She was also among the presenters at this year's Academy Awards.

One of the highlights of every Academy Awards ceremony are the musical performances. 2016 Oscar performances included Lady Gaga performing her Oscar-nominated original song, “Til It Happens to You”, The Weeknd performing “Earned It” and Sam Smith performing “Writings On the Wall.”

The Best Picture winner for the 2016 Oscars is SPOTLIGHT with Michael Sugar, Steve Golin, Nicole Rocklin and Blye Pagon Faust, Producers.

Alejandro G. Iñárritu is Best Director 2016 Oscar winner for The Revenant. This is the sixth Academy Award nomination for Alejandro G. Iñárritu and his fourth win.

Leonardo DiCaprio is the 2016 Oscar Winner for Best Actor and it is the first Academy Award for the actor. In his acceptance speech, DiCaprio brought attention to global warming. He stated, "Climate change is real. It is happening right now. It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species. We need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating." In the Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio plays Hugh Glass, who is badly mauled by a grizzly and abandoned by his fellow trappers.

Brie Larson is the 2016 Oscar winner for Best Actress for ROOM, announced by presenter Eddie Redmayne.

Mad Max: Fury Road had 10 nominations and took home the most awards with 6 Oscar wins!

Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Best Director winner

Leonardo DiCaprio, Best Actor winner

Brie Larson, Best Actress winner

Mark Rylance, Best Supporting Actor winner

Alicia Vikander, Best Supporting Actress winner

Pete Docter, Best Animated Feature Film co-winner

László Nemes, Best Foreign Language Film winner

Ennio Morricone, Best Original Score winner
Steve Golin, Michael Sugar, Blye Pagon Faust,
Best Picture

Leonardo DiCaprio
The Revenant
Best Actor

Brie Larson
Best Actress

Alejandro González Iñárritu
The Revenant
Best Director

Mark Rylance
Bridge of Spies
Best Supporting Actor

Alicia Vikander
The Danish Girl
Best Supporting Actress

Son of Saul
László Nemes
Best Foreign Language Film

Writing's on the Wall
Sam Smith, Jimmy Napes
Best Original Song

Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer
Best Original Screenplay

Emmanuel Lubezki
The Revenant
Best Cinematography

The Big Short
Adam McKay, Charles Randolph
Best Writing Adapted Screenplay

Ex Machina
Andrew Whitehurst, Sara Bennett, Paul Norris, ...
Best Visual Effects

Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees
Best Documentary Feature

David White
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Sound Editing

Mark Mangini
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Sound Editing

Margaret Sixel
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Film Editing

Inside Out
Pete Docter, Jonas Rivera
Best Animated Feature Film

Jenny Beavan
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Costume Design

Bear Story
Gabriel Osorio, Pato Escala
Best Animated Short Film

Gregg Rudloff
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Sound Mixing

Chris Jenkins
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Sound Mixing

Ben Osmo
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Sound Mixing

Lisa Thompson
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Production Design

Colin Gibson
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Production Design

A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Best Documentary Short Subject

Benjamin Cleary, Serena Armitage
Best Live Action Short Film

The Hateful Eight
Ennio Morricone
Best Original Music Score

Lesley Vanderwalt
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Makeup

Damien Martin
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Makeup

Elka Wardega
Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Makeup

Sylvester Stallone at The Academy Awards 2016

Priyanka Chopra and Liev Schreiber at The 88th Academy Awards


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