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Oscars 2024 LIVE: Oppenheimer leads wins as Slash joins Ryan Gosling for Barbie ballad

Oppenheimer swept the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday night, taking home seven statues.

The film won seven of its 13 Oscar nominations, including best picture, Cillian Murphy for best actor and Christopher Nolan for best director.

Robert Downey Jr also won best supporting actor for his role in Oppenheimer, while Emma Stone took home the statue for best actress for starring in Poor Things.

Poor Things scooped three other awards for costume design, production design and make-up and hairstyling.

The ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, also included dazzling performances from Ryan Gosling and Billie Eilish for their tracks in Barbie.

Follow latest updates below...

Stars begin arriving at red carpet

Sunday 10 March 2024 20:53 , Josh Salisbury

Good evening and welcome to our live coverage of the 96th Academy Awards! Stars have already begun arriving on the red carpet for the event, which is taking place at 11pm London time.

ITV's live companion show, hosted by Jonathan Ross, will start at 10.30pm on both ITV 1 and ITVX, where the action can be seen.

In addition ITV will have correspondent Ross King broadcasting live from the star-studded Los Angeles red carpet from 9.30pm for interviews.

Jamie Lee Curtis poses on the red carpet during the Oscars arrivals (REUTERS)
Jamie Lee Curtis poses on the red carpet during the Oscars arrivals (REUTERS)
Amelia Dimoldenberg (Getty Images)
Amelia Dimoldenberg (Getty Images)

Could history be made at tonight's Oscars?

Sunday 10 March 2024 21:02 , Josh Salisbury

Leading the pack with an impressive 13 nominations, Oppenheimer has the opportunity to make history by securing the most Oscar wins in a single night.

The current record stands at 11, which is shared by Ben-Hur, Titanic and Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

Individual accomplishments also take centre stage, as Cillian Murphy, who portrays J. Robert Oppenheimer in the Christopher Nolan epic, eyes the title of the first ever Irish-born Best Actor recipient.

Additionally, Lily Gladstone is seeking to secure the title of the first Indigenous woman to win an Oscar for acting.

Read more here on what could be a night of many firsts.

Vanessa Hudgens confirms pregnancy on red carpet

Sunday 10 March 2024 21:14 , Josh Salisbury

Vanessa Hudgens, has announced her pregnancy on the red carpet as she arrived for the Oscars.

The High Musical Musical-actress officially announced the news as she walked the red carpet with a visible baby bump.

Vanessa Hudgens (Getty Images)
Vanessa Hudgens (Getty Images)

Who are the Oscar nominees?

Sunday 10 March 2024 21:21 , Josh Salisbury

Oppenheimer is the front-runner to win Best Picture, having secured top honours at the Golden Globe Awards, Critics’ Choice Awards, BAFTAs, and Producers Guild of America Awards.

Da’Vine Joy Randolph looks poised to clinch the Best Supporting Actress award for her poignant portrayal in The Holdovers, having already won a Golden Globe, Critics’ Choice Award, BAFTA, and Screen Actors Guild Award.

Although the other acting categories remain less certain, Cillian Murphy for Best Actor, Lily Gladstone for Best Actress, and Robert Downey Jr. for Best Supporting Actor are considered the bookies favourites.

Read the full list of nominees here.

Cillian Murphy is highly tipped for his role in Oppenheimer (PA Archive)
Cillian Murphy is highly tipped for his role in Oppenheimer (PA Archive)

Anatomy of a Fall cast begin to arrive

Sunday 10 March 2024 21:30 , Josh Salisbury

Anatomy of a Fall stars have begun arriving on the red carpet - the movie is up for five awards, including best actress, best picture and best director.

Justine Triet has arrived wearing a pinstripe suit, while actress Sandra Huller has also arrived in a winged dress.

Giving an interview on the red carpet, Huller declines to answer which of The Zone of Interest or Anatomy of a Fall is her favourite.

“No I won't do that,” she says. “Never, because they're both so unique!”

She also says she does not know whether her character in Anatomy of a Fall, who is accused of her husband’s murder, actually did it - joking that Triet will reveal it in ten years’ time.

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(REUTERS)

Triet: Women have to 'pay more' for their success

Sunday 10 March 2024 22:05 , Josh Salisbury

Anatomy Of A Fall director Justine Triet says on the red carpet that powerful women often have to "pay" for their success

The Oscar-nominated French director, who is up for writing and directing awards, said that her court drama tries to "flip the cliche of the woman at home and the man outside".

"I'm a woman so of course all these things are... included in my experience and that's where I speak from," she added.

When asked about Oscar nominee Sandra Huller's performance where her character is punished for what she is good at, Triet said: "I think sometimes when women are much more powerful they have to pay something and I think because she's really more powerful, she's much more attacked in the courtroom."

Giamatti: The Holdovers is tale of empathy

Sunday 10 March 2024 22:15 , Josh Salisbury

Paul Giamatti has said The Holdovers is a story about the importance of empathy.

The 56-year-old is competing for best actor for his leading role as grumpy teacher Paul Hunham in the boarding school drama, alongside Da'Vine Joy Randolph who is up for best supporting actress for her role as grieving cook Mary Lamb.

"I think it's a good story about empathy and being open to whoever, you never know who is going to change your life a little bit," Giamatti said on the red carpet.

"And so I think that's an important thing, being empathetic and being willing to give of yourself to other people is a good thing. Being selfless as much as you can."

He also spoke about working with The Holdovers' US director Alexander Payne.

"The great thing about him is he doesn't say very much, he says things like 'faster, slower, louder, funnier' - that's what he does and that's what is great about him, super simple."

Paul Giamatti (Getty Images)
Paul Giamatti (Getty Images)

Sunday 10 March 2024 22:21 , Josh Salisbury

Viewers can now watch the action live on ITV, with Jonathan Ross hosting a show before the ceremony gets underway at 11pm.

All the best looks from the red carpet

Sunday 10 March 2024 22:39 , Miriam Burrell

Stars dazzled on the red carpet ahead of the awards ceremony.

The crowd chanted “Ken!” as Ryan Gosling arrived, meanwhile Vanessa Hudgens announced her pregnancy.

See the Standard’s wrap of all the best looks, outfits and details from the red carpet.

Ryan Gosling (REUTERS)
Ryan Gosling (REUTERS)

Best actress nominees on the red carpet

Sunday 10 March 2024 22:47 , Miriam Burrell

Emma Stone and Sandra Huller have arrived on the red carpet.

They have been nominated for best actress along with Annette Bening, Lily Gladstone and Carey Mulligan.

Emma Stone (REUTERS)
Emma Stone (REUTERS)
Sandra Huller (REUTERS)
Sandra Huller (REUTERS)

Greta Gerwig and Emily Blunt make an appearance

Sunday 10 March 2024 22:52 , Miriam Burrell

Barbie director Greta Gerwig has arrived, and earlier Emily Blunt, who is nominated for the best supporting actress award, along with her husband John Krasinski.

Greta Gerwig (Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)
Greta Gerwig (Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski (REUTERS)
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski (REUTERS)

More stars arrive on the red carpet

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:07 , Miriam Burrell

Da'Vine Joy Randolph (REUTERS)
Da'Vine Joy Randolph (REUTERS)
Dwayne Johnson (REUTERS)
Dwayne Johnson (REUTERS)
America Ferrera poses for a photo with Xochitl Gomez and Becky G (REUTERS)
America Ferrera poses for a photo with Xochitl Gomez and Becky G (REUTERS)

Ceremony begins

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:10 , Miriam Burrell

Host Jimmy Kimmel has begun his monologue as the Academy Awards kicks off.

He has made a joke about how the ceremony has already started five minutes late despite starting an hour earlier than last year.

He also said Barbie is now a feminist icon thanks to Greta Gerwig.

Jimmy Kimmel in Barbie?

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:17 , Miriam Burrell

The Oscars opened with host Jimmy Kimmel superimposed into a scene from the box office juggernaut Barbie.

In the bus stop scene from the film, Margot Robbie’s Barbie turns to him and says “You’re so beautiful”. Kimmel replies: “I know I was just thinking that, I haven’t eaten in three weeks.

“I’m so hungry, I have to go host the Oscars.”

Appearing on stage, he said: “Thank you for that partial standing ovation.”

He added: “And for making it on time, the show is starting an hour earlier this year but don’t worry, it will still start very, very late.”

Kimmel also made passing reference to the strikes which ground Hollywood to a halt, referring to what “a hard year” it had been for the industry.

Best supporting actress award is first up

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:23 , Miriam Burrell

The first award of the night - best supporting actress - is about to be presented.

Nominees for best supporting actress

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:24 , Miriam Burrell

To jog your memory, here are the nominees for best supporting actress:

  • Emily Blunt - Oppenheimer

  • Danielle Brooks - The Color Purple

  • America Ferrera - Barbie

  • Jodie Foster - Nyad

  • Da'Vine Joy Randolph - The Holdovers

Da'Vine Joy Randolph wins best supporting actress

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:27 , Miriam Burrell

To kick off the night, Da'Vine Joy Randolph wins best supporting actress.

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(REUTERS)

A teary speech follows

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:31 , Miriam Burrell

In an emotional acceptance speech, Da'Vine Joy Randolph said: “I pray to God I get to do this more than once.”

She even thanked her publicist.

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Next up is best animated short

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:36 , Miriam Burrell

The next award to be presented is best animated short.

Here are the nominees:

  • Letter to a Pig

  • Ninety-Five Senses

  • Our Uniform

  • Pachyderme

  • War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko

War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko wins

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:38 , Miriam Burrell

War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko wins best animated short film.

The award was presented by Chris Hemsworth and Anya Taylor-Joy.

The Boy and the Heron wins best animated feature

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:40 , Miriam Burrell

The Boy and the Heron has taken the top gong for best animated feature.

Here were the nominees:

  • The Boy and the Heron

  • Elemental

  • Nimona

  • Robot Dreams

  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Da’vine Joy Randolph: 'I was the only black girl in that class'

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:44 , Miriam Burrell

Just a few minutes earlier, Da’vine Joy Randolph won an Oscar for supporting actress for The Holdovers, which was presented by previous winners in the category – who each gave a heartfelt introduction about the nominees.

The US actress, who played a kitchen manager in the boarding school drama, was tearful as she paid tribute to her mother for encouraging her to pursue acting.

She also said: “God is good, I didn’t think I was supposed to be doing this as a career, I started off as a singer.”

Randolph added that she was “grateful” to everyone who supported her before adding: “Thank you for seeing me.”

“I was the only black girl in that (acting) class when you saw me and you told me it was enough,” she added. “I am so grateful to the women who have been at my side.”

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Screenplay awards are next

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:46 , Miriam Burrell

Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer are presenting both best adapted screenplay and best original screenplay awards.

Here are the nominees:

Best adapted screenplay

  • American Fiction

  • Barbie

  • Oppenheimer

  • Poor Things

  • The Zone of Interest

Best original screenplay

  • Anatomy of a Fall

  • The Holdovers

  • Maestro

  • May December

  • Past Lives

Best original screenplay goes to...

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:48 , Miriam Burrell

Anatomy of a Fall has just won best original screenplay.

American Fiction wins best adapted screenplay

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:54 , Miriam Burrell

Based on the 2001 novel Erasure by Percival Everett, American Fiction follows a frustrated novelist-professor.

In his acceptance speech, Cord Jefferson said: “I felt so much joy making this movie and I want other people to experience that joy.”

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(REUTERS)

Billie Eilish performs What Whas I Made For?

Sunday 10 March 2024 23:55 , Miriam Burrell

In the first performance of the night, Billie Eilish sung her Oscar-nominated track for the film Barbie, What Was I Made For?

Eilish, 22, sung as her brother Finneas O'Connell played the piano.

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(Getty Images)

Poor Things wins best make-up and hairstyling

00:06 , Miriam Burrell

Poor Things has won its first award of the night - best make-up and hairstyling.

Here were the other nominees:

  • Golda

  • Maestro

  • Oppenheimer

  • Society of the Snow

Poor Things wins again

00:09 , Miriam Burrell

In its second award of the night, Poor Things wins best production design.

The other nominees were:

  • Barbie

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Napoleon

  • Oppenheimer

A streaker at the Oscars?

00:13 , Miriam Burrell

John Senna walked across the stage seemingly naked to present the best costume design award.

Poor Things won - making it the film’s third award of the evening.

The nominees were:

  • Barbie

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Napoleon

  • Oppenheimer

  • Poor Things

Billie Eilish receives standing ovation

00:19 , Miriam Burrell

Earlier, Billie Eilish received a standing ovation for her moving performance of What Was I Made For?

Killers of the Flower Moon track is performed

00:21 , Miriam Burrell

Scott George with The Osage Singers are now performing Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People) from Killers of the Flower Moon.

The Zone of Interest wins best international feature film

00:24 , Miriam Burrell

Dwayne Johnson and Bad Bunny presented the best international feature award.

The Oscar was awarded to The Zone of Interest.

The nominees were:

  • Io Capitano

  • Perfect Days

  • Society of the Snow

  • The Teachers' Lounge

  • The Zone of Interest

Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt address Barbenheimer 'rivalry'

00:28 , Miriam Burrell

Ryan Gosling, who plays Ken in Barbie, and Emily Blunt, who plays Kitty Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan’s epic, addressed the Barbenheimer “rivalry”.

Blunt made a reference to how Oppenheimer is nominated for far more Oscar awards than Barbie.

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(REUTERS)

The Zone of Interest first UK film to win international feature Oscar

00:30 , Miriam Burrell

A few minutes earlier, The Zone of Interest became the first British film to win best international feature film.

Up next is best supporting actor

00:34 , Miriam Burrell

The next award to be presented is for best supporting actor.

The nominees are:

  • Sterling K Brown - American Fiction

  • Robert De Niro - Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Robert Downey Jr - Oppenheimer

  • Ryan Gosling - Barbie

  • Mark Ruffalo - Poor Things

The second performance of the night

00:38 , Miriam Burrell

Earlier, Scott George with The Osage Singers performed Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People) from Killers of the Flower Moon.

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Robert Downey Jr wins best supporting actor

00:39 , Miriam Burrell

It’s a first Oscar win for Robert Downey Jr.

He wins the award for his role in Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer.

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Best visual effects award is up next

00:48 , Miriam Burrell

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito present the best visual effects award.

The nominees are:

  • The Creator

  • Godzilla Minus One

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

  • Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One

  • Napoleon

The Oscar goes to...

00:49 , Miriam Burrell

Godzilla Minus One

Oppenheimer wins second award

00:53 , Miriam Burrell

Oppenheimer has won its second award of the night - for best film editing.

The nominees were:

  • Anatomy of a Fall

  • The Holdovers

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Oppenheimer

  • Poor Things

Jon Batiste performs third Oscar-nominated song of the night

00:56 , Miriam Burrell

Jon Batiste is now performing It Never Went Away from American Symphony.

He is nominated for best original song.

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(REUTERS)

Robert Downey Jr wins best supporting actor

01:00 , Miriam Burrell

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(REUTERS)
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(Getty Images)
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(AFP via Getty Images)

Documentary awards up next

01:04 , Miriam Burrell

Barbie stars America Ferrera and Kate McKinnon present the awards for best documentary short and best documentary feature.

The nominees are:

Best documentary short

  • The ABCs of Book Banning

  • The Barber of Little Rock

  • Island In Between

  • The Last Repair Shop

  • Nǎi Nai and Wài Pó

Best documentary feature

  • Bobi Wine: The People's President

  • The Eternal Memory

  • Four Daughters

  • To Kill a Tiger

  • 20 Days in Mariupol

The Last Repair Shop wins best documentary short

01:06 , Miriam Burrell

The Last Repair Shop has won the award for best documentary short for telling the story of “four unassuming heroes who ensure no student is deprived of the joy of music”.

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(REUTERS)

20 Days in Mariupol wins best documentary feature

01:09 , Miriam Burrell

20 Days in Mariupol wins the award for best documentary feature.

It’s the first Oscar in Ukrainian history, according to director Mstyslav Chernov.

“I wish to be able to exchange this to Russia never attacking Ukraine, never occpupying our cities,” he told the Oscars.

America Ferrera and Kate McKinnon

01:11 , Miriam Burrell

Barbie stars America Ferrera and Kate McKinnon earlier presenting awards.

 (Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
(Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Pro-Palestine demonstration outside Oscars

01:14 , Miriam Burrell

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(REUTERS)

Oppenheimer wins best cinematography

01:15 , Miriam Burrell

Oppenheimer scoops its third award of the night for best cinematography.

The other nominees were:

  • El Conde

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Maestro

  • Poor Things

Best live action short award announced

01:18 , Miriam Burrell

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar wins best live action short.

The other nominees were:

  • The After

  • Invincible

  • Knight of Fortune

  • Red, White and Blue

Fourth Oscar-nominated track performed

01:19 , Miriam Burrell

Becky G performs The Fire Inside from Flamin’ Hot.

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(REUTERS)

Watch: 20 Days in Mariupol acceptance speech

01:24 , Miriam Burrell

A few minutes earlier, 20 Days in Mariupol won best documentary feature.

Director Mstyslav Chernov shed light on Russia’s invasion in Ukraine.

“My wish for [Russia] to release all the hostages, but I cannot change history,” he said.

Watch his acceptance speech below.

The next award celebrates sound in cinema

01:27 , Miriam Burrell

The best sound nominees are:

  • The Creator

  • Maestro

  • Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One

  • Oppenheimer

  • The Zone of Interest

The winner is...

01:28 , Miriam Burrell

The Zone of Interest wins the best sound award.

Earlier in the night The Zone of Interest won best international feature film.

Watch the acceptance speech below.

Ryan Gosling performs I'm Just Ken

01:31 , Miriam Burrell

The moment has finally come for many Barbie fans.

Ryan Gosling is performing the hit I’m Just Ken.

Slash makes appearance alongside Ryan Gosling

01:33 , Miriam Burrell

Slash from Guns N’ Roses makes a surprise appearance in I’m Just Ken.

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Oppenheimer wins best original score

01:43 , Miriam Burrell

Oppenheimer wins its fourth award for the evening for best original score.

The other nominees were:

  • American Fiction

  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Poor Things

Billie Eilish wins best original song for Barbie track

01:44 , Miriam Burrell

Billie Eilish wins best original song for her song What Was I Made For?, created for the film Barbie.

The other nominees were:

  • The Fire Inside - Flamin' Hot (Diane Warren)

  • I'm Just Ken - Barbie (Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt)

  • It Never Went Away - American Symphony (Jon Batiste, Dan Wilson)

  • Wahzhazhe (A Song For My People) - Killers of the Flower Moon (Scott George)

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(REUTERS)

Ryan Gosling performs Barbie track

01:49 , Miriam Burrell

A few minutes earlier, much to fans’ delight, Ryan Gosling performed I’m Just Ken.

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Tonight's top winners so far

01:54 , Miriam Burrell

Oppenehimer has won the most awards so far, including Robert Downey Jr for best supporting actor, cinematography, and best original score.

Poor Things has scooped three Oscar awards, including for production and costume design.

The Zone of Interest has won two - best international feature film and best sound.

The best actor award is up next

01:57 , Miriam Burrell

The nominees are:

  • Bradley Cooper - Maestro

  • Colman Domingo - Rustin

  • Paul Giamatti - The Holdovers

  • Cillian Murphy - Oppenheimer

  • Jeffrey Wright - American Fiction

Cillian Murphy wins best actor

02:01 , Miriam Burrell

Cillian Murphy has won his first ever Oscar for starring in Oppenheimer.

Murphy dedicates award to 'all the peacemakers'

02:04 , Miriam Burrell

In his acceptance speech, Cillian Murphy dedicated his best actor award to “the peacemakers everywhere”.

The actor said the cast of Oppenheimer “carried me through” and, returning to his roots, he added: “I’m a very proud Irishman”.

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(REUTERS)

Christopher Nolan wins best director

02:05 , Miriam Burrell

Another win for Oppenheimer.

It’s also the first Oscar win for director Christopher Nolan.

Nolan thanks wife in acceptance speech

02:06 , Miriam Burrell

Christopher Nolan thanked his wife and work partner, producer Emma Thomas, in his short acceptance speech.

 (Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
(Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Best actress is next to be presented

02:12 , Miriam Burrell

The nominees are:

  • Annette Bening - Nyad

  • Lily Gladstone - Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Sandra Huller - Anatomy of a Fall

  • Carey Mulligan - Maestro

  • Emma Stone - Poor Things

Emma Stone wins best actress

02:14 , Miriam Burrell

Emma Stone has won best actress for her role in Poor Things.

An emotional speech from Stone

02:19 , Miriam Burrell

Emma Stone has delivered a tearful acceptance speech for best actress.

She began by declaring her dress was broken, her voice gone, and she felt a litle overwhelmed.

She then gathered her thoughts and declared: “It’s not about me.

“It’s about a team that made something greater than the sum of its parts. All of us together, I am so deeply honoured to share this with every single cast member.”

In case you missed it

02:20 , Miriam Burrell

Here is Christopher Nolan’s acceptance speech for best director.

The final award of the night is next

02:20 , Miriam Burrell

Al Pacino has taken to the stage to present best picture - the final award of the evening.

Best picture nominees

02:21 , Miriam Burrell

  • American Fiction

  • Anatomy of a Fall

  • Barbie

  • The Holdovers

  • Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Maestro

  • Oppenheimer

  • Past Lives

  • Poor Things

  • The Zone of Interest

Oppenheimer wins best picture

02:21 , Miriam Burrell

Oppenheimer has won its seventh award for the evening.

Emma Thomas makes Oppenheimer acceptance speech

02:31 , Miriam Burrell

Producer Emma Thomas, who is also Christopher Nolan’s wife, accepted the statue for best picture.

“The reason this movie, was the movie it was, was Christopher Nolan,” she said.

“He is singular, he is brilliant,” Thomas said, while adding: “It’s about teamwork.”

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Watch: Emma Stone's acceptance speech for best actress

02:38 , Miriam Burrell

A few moments ago Emma Stone accepted the best actress award for starring in Poor Things.

Watch her acceptance speech below.

Watch: Oppenheimer wins best picture

03:05 , Miriam Burrell

Oscars 2024: A wrap

03:55 , Miriam Burrell

Oppenheimer triumphed at the Academy Awards ceremony, winning seven Oscars including for best picture.

Poor Things came a close second, scooping four awards, including Emma Stone for best actress.

The star-studded ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, also included performances from Ryan Gosling and Billie Eilish for their Barbie tracks.

There were also a few surprising moments, like when Slash made an appearance alongside Gosling or when John Cena walked across the stage seemingly naked.

Read our wrap here.