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Oscar winners mayhem! Al Pacino announces Oppenheimer as Best Picture without bothering to name the other nominees and Emma Stone’s wardrobe malfunction overshadows Best Actress award during chaotic 2024 ceremony

 

 

Al Pacino announced Oppenheimer as the Best Picture winner without bothering to name all the other nominees while Emma Stone had an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as the chaos toward the end of the Oscars broadcast took center stage on Hollywood’s biggest night.

Oppenheimer was the biggest winner of the night as it earned seven including top honor Best Picture and major wins for Cillian MurphyRobert Downey Jr., and Christopher Nolan while Emma  led Poor Things to an impressive four including her Best Actress win and UK film The Zone Of Interest won two.

Even after the actress’ embarrassing moment with her dress, it was shaping up to be a decent end to the 96th annual Academy Awards telecast at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Sunday until the Hollywood legend rushed through his presenting of the last award of the night.

The 83-year-old Scarface star hit the stage and made an awkward joke about performing Shakespeare before jumping straight to announcing the Best Picture winner.

He said: ‘Wow. What — thank you. Oh, my friends. Thank you, thank you. I don’t know. Should I do some Shakespeare now? That’s in order, right? To be — no, I’m not going to do Sorry. Well, this is the time for the last award of the evening. And it’s my honor to present it.

Al Pacino announced Oppenheimer as the Best Picture winner without bothering to name all the other nominees while Emma Stone had an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as the chaos toward the end of the Oscars broadcast took center stage on Hollywood's biggest night.
Emma Stone had an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction

Al Pacino announced Oppenheimer as the Best Picture winner without bothering to name all the other nominees as the chaos toward the end of the Oscars broadcast took center stage on Hollywood’s biggest night

Emma earned a shock win in the Actress in a Leading Role category for her work in Poor Things

Emma earned a shock win in the Actress in a Leading Role category for her work in Poor Things

Oppenheimer stood above all as biggest winner of the night with seven including top honor Best Picture (pictured) and major wins for Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr., and Christopher Nolan

Oppenheimer stood above all as biggest winner of the night with seven including top honor Best Picture (pictured) and major wins for Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr., and Christopher Nolan

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‘Ten wonderful films are nominated, but only one will take the award for best picture. And I have to go to the envelope for that. And I will. Here it comes. And my eyes see Oppenheimer, yes!’

Social media was buzzing with posts about the awkward end to the show as one commented that Pacino’s announcement ‘couldn’t have been more chaotic or confusing.’

Meanwhile Emma, 35, powered through a wardrobe malfunction as she beat out an impressive field including favorite Lily Gladstone from Killers Of The Flower Moon in addition to Annette Bening, Nyad, Sandra Huller, Anatomy of a Fall, and Carey Mulligan, Maestro.

As Emma was walking on stage she signaled that there was something wrong with her dress as she quickly acknowledged it during her emotional acceptance speech.

She said: ‘Oh, boy. My dress is broken. I think it happened during I’m Just Ken. I’m pretty sure. Oh, boy, this is really — this is really overwhelming. Sorry, I’m — okay, my voice is also a little gone. Whatever.’

Emma thanked her fellow nominees in addition to the five former Best Actress winners Sally FieldMichelle YeohCharlize TheronJessica Lange, and Jennifer Lawrence.

The A-lister said: ‘ The women on the stage, you are all incredible, and the women in this category — um — Sandra, Annette, Carey, Lily, I share this with you. I’m in awe of you. It’s been such an honor to do all of this together, I hope we get to keep doing more together.

‘I don’t know what I’m saying, oh, my god, I’m totally — okay.’

Oscars 2024 winners: AT A GLANCE

Best Picture: Oppenheimer

Best Actress: Emma Stone – Poor Things

Best Actor: Cillian Murphy – Oppenheimer

Best Director: Christopher Nolan – Oppenheimer

Supporting Actress: Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers

Supporting Actor: Robert Downey Jr. – Oppenheimer

Original Song: Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell – What Was I Made For? from Barbie

Seen left to right: Actor In A Supporting Role - Robert Downey Jr. (Oppenheimer), Actress In A Supporting Role - Da'Vine Joy Randolph (The Holdovers ), Actress In A Leading Role - Emma Stone (Poor Things), and Actor In A Leading Role - Cillian Murphy (Oppenheimer)
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Seen left to right: Actor In A Supporting Role – Robert Downey Jr. (Oppenheimer), Actress In A Supporting Role – Da’Vine Joy Randolph (The Holdovers ), Actress In A Leading Role – Emma Stone (Poor Things), and Actor In A Leading Role – Cillian Murphy (Oppenheimer)

Original Score – Ludwig Göransson – Oppenheimer

Cinematography: Hoyte van Hoytema – Oppenheimer

Achievement in Film Editing: Jennifer Lame – Oppenheimer

Production Design: James Price and Shona Heath; Set Decoration: Zsuzsa Mihale – Poor Things

Make-up and Hairstyling: Nadia Stacey, Mark Coulier and Josh Weston – Poor Things

Achievement in Costume Design: Holly Waddington – Poor Things

Original Screenplay: Justine Triet and Arthur Harari – Anatomy Of A Fall

Adapted Screenplay: Cord Jefferson – American Fiction

International Feature Film – The Zone of Interest from United Kingdom

The big winners on the night were Christopher Nolan, Cillian Murphy, Emma Stone, Da'Vine Joy Randolph and Robert Downey Jr.

The big winners on the night were Christopher Nolan, Cillian Murphy, Emma Stone, Da’Vine Joy Randolph and Robert Downey Jr.

Oppenheimer won a whopping seven Oscars at Sunday night's Academy Awards, while Poor Things, The Holdovers, American Fiction, Anatomy of Fall and The Zone of Interest picked up big prizes

Oppenheimer won a whopping seven Oscars at Sunday night’s Academy Awards, while Poor Things, The Holdovers, American Fiction, Anatomy of Fall and The Zone of Interest picked up big prizes

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Even after the actress' embarrassing moment with her dress, it was shaping up to be a decent end to the 96th annual Academy Awards telecast at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Sunday until the Hollywood legend rushed through his presenting of the last award of the night

Even after the actress’ embarrassing moment with her dress, it was shaping up to be a decent end to the 96th annual Academy Awards telecast at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Sunday until the Hollywood legend rushed through his presenting of the last award of the night

The 83-year-old Scarface star hit the stage and made an awkward joke about performing Shakespeare before jumping straight to announcing the Best Picture winner
He said: 'Wow. What -- thank you. Oh, my friends. Thank you, thank you. I don't know. Should I do some Shakespeare now? That's in order, right? To be -- no, I'm not going to do Sorry. Well, this is the time for the last award of the evening. And it's my honor to present it'

The 83-year-old Scarface star hit the stage and made an awkward joke about performing Shakespeare before jumping straight to announcing the Best Picture winner as he said: ‘Wow. What — thank you. Oh, my friends. Thank you, thank you. I don’t know. Should I do some Shakespeare now? That’s in order, right? To be — no, I’m not going to do Sorry. Well, this is the time for the last award of the evening. And it’s my honor to present it’

He quickly concluded: 'Ten wonderful films are nominated, but only one will take the award for best picture. And I have to go to the envelope for that. And I will. Here it comes. And my eyes see Oppenheimer, yes!'

He quickly concluded: ‘Ten wonderful films are nominated, but only one will take the award for best picture. And I have to go to the envelope for that. And I will. Here it comes. And my eyes see Oppenheimer, yes!’





Social media was buzzing with posts about the awkward end to the show as one commented that Pacino's announcement 'couldn't have been more chaotic or confusing'

Social media was buzzing with posts about the awkward end to the show as one commented that Pacino’s announcement ‘couldn’t have been more chaotic or confusing’

Seen left to right: Actor In A Supporting Role - Robert Downey Jr. (Oppenheimer), Actress In A Supporting Role - Da'Vine Joy Randolph (The Holdovers ), Actress In A Leading Role - Emma Stone (Poor Things), and Actor In A Leading Role - Cillian Murphy (Oppenheimer)

Seen left to right: Actor In A Supporting Role – Robert Downey Jr. (Oppenheimer), Actress In A Supporting Role – Da’Vine Joy Randolph (The Holdovers ), Actress In A Leading Role – Emma Stone (Poor Things), and Actor In A Leading Role – Cillian Murphy (Oppenheimer)

Meanwhile, as Emma was walking on stage she signaled that there was something wrong with her dress as she quickly acknowledged it during her emotional acceptance speech
She said: 'Oh, boy. My dress is broken. I think it happened during I'm Just Ken. I'm pretty sure. Oh, boy, this is really -- this is really overwhelming. Sorry, I'm -- okay, my voice is also a little gone. Whatever'

Meanwhile, as Emma was walking on stage she signaled that there was something wrong with her dress as she quickly acknowledged it during her emotional acceptance speech

Emma thanked her fellow nominees in addition to the five former Best Actress winners Sally Field , Michelle Yeoh , Charlize Theron , Jessica Lange , and Jennifer Lawrence

Emma thanked her fellow nominees in addition to the five former Best Actress winners Sally Field , Michelle Yeoh , Charlize Theron , Jessica Lange , and Jennifer Lawrence

The A-lister said: ' The women on the stage, you are all incredible, and the women in this category -- um -- Sandra, Annette, Carey, Lily, I share this with you. I'm in awe of you. It's been such an honor to do all of this together, I hope we get to keep doing more together'
She concluded: 'I don't know what I'm saying, oh, my god, I'm totally -- okay'

The A-lister said: ‘ The women on the stage, you are all incredible, and the women in this category — um — Sandra, Annette, Carey, Lily, I share this with you. I’m in awe of you. It’s been such an honor to do all of this together, I hope we get to keep doing more together. I don’t know what I’m saying, oh, my god, I’m totally — okay.’

She concluded her speech with a very sweet message for daughter Louise Jean McCary who turns three in a matter of days as she said: 'Most importantly, my daughter who is going to be 3 in three days and has turned our lives technicolor. I love you bigger than the whole sky, my girl'

She concluded her speech with a very sweet message for daughter Louise Jean McCary who turns three in a matter of days as she said: ‘Most importantly, my daughter who is going to be 3 in three days and has turned our lives technicolor. I love you bigger than the whole sky, my girl’

Emma happily stood with her second Best Actress Oscar trophy in the press room

Emma happily stood with her second Best Actress Oscar trophy in the press room

In Poor Things she portrays Bella Baxter/Victoria Blessington who is a woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter (played by Willam Dafoe)

In Poor Things she portrays Bella Baxter/Victoria Blessington who is a woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter (played by Willam Dafoe)

She went on to talk about a conversation she had with Poor Things director Yorgos Lanthimos leading up to the event.

Emma explained:  ‘The other night, I was panicking, as you can kind of see, happens a lot — that maybe something like this could happen and Yorgos said to me, please take yourself out of it. And he was right, because it’s not about me. It’s about a team that came together to make something greater than the sum of its parts. And that is the best part about making movies.

‘Is all of us together, and I am so deeply honored to share this with every cast member, with every crew member, with every single person who poured their love and their care and their brilliance into the making of this film, and Yorgos, thank you for the gift of a lifetime in Bella Baxter. I’m forever thankful for you. Thank you for inviting all of us to be members of this team. Thank you.’

She concluded her speech with a very sweet message for daughter Louise Jean McCary who turns three in a matter of days.

Emma said:  And I just — oh, wait, I just —  I know I have to wrap up, but I really just want to thank my family, my mom, my brother Spencer, my dad, my husband, Dave, I love you so much, and most importantly, my daughter who is going to be 3 in three days and has turned our lives technicolor.

‘I love you bigger than the whole sky, my girl. Don’t look at the back of my dress. Thank you.’

In Poor Things she portrays Bella Baxter/Victoria Blessington who is a woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter (played by Willem Dafoe).

Regardless of the chaotic incidents toward the end of the show it was Oppenheimer which exploded to seven wins including top honor Best Picture.

Executive producer Emma Thomas shook off the awkward Pacino presentation while accepting the prize on behalf of the cast and crew as she said: 'Oh, my goodness. Wow. Um -- I think any of us who make movies know that you kind of dream of this moment, you know you do, right? I could deny it, but I have been dreaming about this moment for so long, but it seemed so unlikely that it would ever actually happen, and now I'm standing here and everything's kind of gone out of my head'

Executive producer Emma Thomas shook off the awkward Pacino presentation while accepting the prize on behalf of the cast and crew as she said: ‘Oh, my goodness. Wow. Um — I think any of us who make movies know that you kind of dream of this moment, you know you do, right? I could deny it, but I have been dreaming about this moment for so long, but it seemed so unlikely that it would ever actually happen, and now I’m standing here and everything’s kind of gone out of my head’

Fellow Oppenheimer producer Charles Roven also spoke as he said: 'I certainly want to thank The Academy. I want to thank Universal Pictures, Donna Langley and the whole team there. I, of course, want to thank my family and my wife, who always has my back and is -- as all my friends know, the secret weapon of my life. And I always want to thank James Woods and David Wirgo for trusting me to move this project forward. They gave me the book, which I was fortunate enough to give to Chris and Emma'

Fellow Oppenheimer producer Charles Roven also spoke as he said: ‘I certainly want to thank The Academy. I want to thank Universal Pictures, Donna Langley and the whole team there. I, of course, want to thank my family and my wife, who always has my back and is — as all my friends know, the secret weapon of my life. And I always want to thank James Woods and David Wirgo for trusting me to move this project forward. They gave me the book, which I was fortunate enough to give to Chris and Emma’

Executive producer Emma Thomas shook off the awkward Pacino presentation while accepting the prize on behalf of the cast and crew as she said:  ‘Oh, my goodness. Wow. Um — I think any of us who make movies know that you kind of dream of this moment, you know you do, right? I could deny it, but I have been dreaming about this moment for so long, but it seemed so unlikely that it would ever actually happen, and now I’m standing here and everything’s kind of gone out of my head.

‘The — the reason this movie was the movie it was was Chris Nolan. He is — Singular, he is brilliant, and I’m so grateful to you. But — as Emma said, the thing that’s fantastic about our jobs, it’s about collaboration and team work, and our team was just incredible on this movie, so — thank you to all of them, both cast and crew. Thank you to universal for supporting us.

‘And I want to thank Mitch Gelfond at IMAX and everybody else at IMAX for believing in this movie, when it maybe didn’t make that much sense to do so. Thank you to all the theaters. As a movie-goer and a filmmaker, that’s why we do what we do, so, thank you so much, and to my children, flora, Rory, Oliver, and magnus, who is not here tonight, thank you. And it’s uk mother’s day, I’m thinking of my mum, who is no longer with us, and my mother-in-law Christina, who is here with my dad, so, thank you. And thank you to the academy. I’m so honored to be here.

Fellow Oppenheimer producer Charles Roven also spoke as he said: ‘I certainly want to thank The Academy. I want to thank Universal Pictures, Donna Langley and the whole team there. I, of course, want to thank my family and my wife, who always has my back and is — as all my friends know, the secret weapon of my life. And I always want to thank James Woods and David Wirgo for trusting me to move this project forward. They gave me the book, which I was fortunate enough to give to Chris and Emma.

‘And, finally, just want to say that I’ve had this amazing 20-plus year experience with Chris and Emma, five movies over 20 years, and it’s been one of the most exhilarating experiences I’ve ever had. They’re a fantastic team, and just to be part of making movies with them has been completely thrilling. So, thank you so much.’

This came after Cillian Murphy won the Oscar after being nominated for an Academy Award for the first time in his career as he triumphed over Bradley Cooper, Maestro, Colman Domingo, Rustin, Paul Giamatti, The Holdovers, and Jeffrey Wright, American Fiction.

He kept his acceptance speech short and sweet as he said: ‘ Oh. I’m a little overwhelmed. Thank you to the academy. Um — Chris Nolan and Emma Thomas, it’s been the wildest, most exhilarating, most creatively satisfying journey you’ve taken me on over the last 20 years, I owe you more than I can say. Thank you so much.

‘Every single crew member, every single cast member on Oppenheimer, you guys carried me through. All my fellow nominees, I remain in awe of you guys. I want to thank my incredible team. Brendan Murphy, Mary Murphy, my two boys who are sitting up there, I love you so much, and I’m a very proud Irishman standing here tonight, so — [ applause ] You know, we made a film — we made a film about the man who created the atomic bomb, and for better or for worse, we’re all living in Oppenheimer’s world, so, I would like to dedicate this to the peacemakers everywhere.’

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