Oscars: ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Takes Best Picture & Six Others – Full Winners List

Ke huy Quan, Michelle Yeoh, Brendan Fraser, Jamie Lee Curtis
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UPDATED with complete list of winners: A24’s Everything Everywhere All at Once won Best Picture tonight at the 95th annual Oscars.

The Daniels — Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert — also won the Best Director and Original Screenplay Oscars for Everything Everywhere All at Once, which topped all films with seven trophies after coming into the ceremony with a leading 11 nominations. They are only the third duo to win Best Director, following Joel and Ethan Coen for 2008’s No Country for Old Men and Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise in 1962 for West Side Story.

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Everything Everywhere’s Oscar haul comes after it pulled off a clean sweep of the four biggest guild awards: PGA, DGA, SAG and WGA. It also had major wins at the Critics’ Choice Awards, Golden Globes and Spirit Awards. 

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Netflix’s All Quiet on the Western Front took home four Oscars, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences spread the wealth with the rest of its trophies, with A24’s The Whale being the night’s only other two-time winner.

A24, whose Everything Everywhere is its top-grossing film ever, led all distributors with nine wins. Netflix got five, and the only other multiple winner was Disney with two. See the full winners list below.

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Michelle Yeoh ended an exciting awards-season race for Best Actress with a win for A24’s Everything Everywhere All at Once, beating out her main rival, Tár‘s Cate Blanchett, a two-time previous Oscar winner. Yeoh is the first Asian to win the category.

Brendan Fraser won the wild Best Actor race for A24’s The Whale. It was a topsy-turvy awards season for the category, in which Colin Farrell (The Banshees of Inisherin) and Austin Butler (Elvis) also picked up multiple wins for their roles. “This has been a very rewarding [honor] and a lesson in humility and gratitude,” Fraser said during an interview backstage about his win. “I hope that I live up to this.”

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Sarah Polley followed her WGA Award win by taking the Adapted Screenplay Oscar for MGM/UAR’s Women Talking. “First of all, I just want to thank the Academy for not being mortally offended by the words ‘women’ and ‘talking’ put so close together like that,” Polley said onstage, after a typically energetic acceptance speech by the Daniels, who also won at the Writers Guild Awards.

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Jamie Lee Curtis won her first career Oscar, for her supporting role in A24’s Everything Everywhere All at Once. That came right after her co-star Ke Huy Quan completed his fantastic awards-season run — and an unlikely comeback — with an expected win for Best Supporting Actor. “I almost gave up on my [dream,]” he said onstage. “To all of you out there: Please keep your dreams alive.”

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Curtis name-checked the important people in her life, including her late parents Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, emphasizing, “We just won an Oscar!”

Everything Everywhere also took the Best Editing Academy Award.

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James Friend scooped the Cinematography Oscar for All Quiet on the Western Front, beating nominees including Elvis’ Mandy Walker. She took the ASC Award last week and was looking to be the first woman to win the Academy Award in the category. Germany’s All Quiet also took Best Production Design, Best Score and the International Feature Film award. It’s the third win for the country in that category, following Nowhere in Africa (2002) and The Tin Drum (1979, for West Germany).

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio took home the first trophy of the night, for Animated Feature. The Netflix pic is the first for a streamer to win the top toon prize. “Animation is cinema,” Guillermo del Toro said in accepting. “Animation is not a genre and animation is ready to be taken to the next step. We are all ready for it. Please help us keep animation in the conversation.”

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Ruth E. Carter won her second Costume Design Oscar for Disney’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Her first was for Black Panther four years ago. She is the first Black woman to win two Academy Awards. The team behind A24’s The Whale, who transformed Brendan Fraser into a 600-pounder, took the Academy Award for Makeup and Hairstyling.

The Visual Effects Oscar went to the team behind the third-highest-grossing film of all time, Avatar: The Way of Water. That’s not surprising after the long-in-the-works sequel dominated the VES Awards last month. Top Gun: Maverick, 2022’s second-biggest movie and an ever longer-awaited sequel, won for Best Sound.

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“Naatu Naatu,” the rollicking track from India’s RRR, won Best Song. It’s the first tune from an Indian movie to take the award. “I grew up listening to The Carpenters and now here I am with the Oscars.” songwriter M. M. Keeravani said before breaking out with a variation on the duo’s chart-topping 1973 tune “Top of the World.”

Warner Bros’ Navalny, the story of Russian dissident and assassination target Alexei Navalny, won for Documentary Feature. His wife, Yulia Navalnaya, was onstage and said, “My husband is in prison just for telling the truth. My husband is in prison just for defending democracy. Alexei, I’m dreaming of the day when you will be free and our country will be free. Stay strong.”

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On the short-film front The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse won the Animation prize, An Irish Goodbye scored the Live-Action trophy — and sang “Happy Birthday to You” to its subject, James Martin — and The Elephant Whisperers won for Documentary. It is the country’s first competitive Academy Award for directing-producing.

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Jimmy Kimmel hosted Hollywood’s Big Night for a third time, and ABC aired it live coast-to-coast from the Dolby Theatre.

Here are all the winners at the 2023 Oscars:

Everything Everywhere All at Once (A24)
A Hot Dog Hands Production
Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert and Jonathan Wang, Producers

Michelle Yeoh in Everything Everywhere All at Once

Brendan Fraser in The Whale

Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert
Everything Everywhere All at Once (A24)

Everything Everywhere All at Once (A24)
Paul Rogers

Naatu Naatu from RRR
(Variance Films/Sarigama Cinemas)
Music by M.M. Keeravaani Lyric by Chandrabose

Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount)
Mark Weingarten, James H. Mather, Al Nelson, Chris Burdon and Mark Taylor

Women Talking (Orion Pictures/United Artists Releasing)
Screenplay by Sarah Polley

Everything Everywhere All at Once (A24)
Written by Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert

Avatar: The Way of Water (Walt Disney)
Joe Letteri, Richard Baneham, Eric Saindon and Daniel Barrett

All Quiet on the Western Front (Netflix)
Volker Bertelmann

All Quiet on the Western Front
Production Design: Christian M. Goldbeck
Set Decoration: Ernestine Hipper

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse (BBC and Apple Original Films)
A NoneMore and Bad Robot Production
Charlie Mackesy and Matthew Freud

The Elephant Whisperers (Netflix)
A Netflix Documentary/Sikhya Entertainment Production
Kartiki Gonsalves and Guneet Monga

All Quiet on the Western Front (Germany)
A Netflix/Amusement Park Film in co-production with Gunpowder Films in association with Sliding Down Rainbows Entertainment/Anima Pictures Production

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Walt Disney)
Ruth Carter

The Whale (A24)
Adrien Morot, Judy Chin and Anne Marie Bradley

All Quiet on the Western Front (Netflix)
James Friend

An Irish Goodbye (Network Ireland Television)
A Floodlight Pictures Production
Tom Berkeley and Ross White

Navalny (Warner Bros./CNN Films/HBO Max)
A Fishbowl Films/RaeFilm Studios/Cottage M Production
Daniel Roher, Odessa Rae, Diane Becker, Melanie Miller and Shane Boris

Jamie Lee Curtis in Everything Everywhere All at Once

Ke Huy Quan in Everything Everywhere All at Once

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson, Gary Ungar and Alex Bulkley

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