Oscars 2023 live updates: Full list of winners

Michelle Yeoh accepts the Best Actress award for ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ onstage during the 95th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theater on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, California.

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And no one was slapped.

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” dominated the Oscars on Sunday night, taking home seven awards, including Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Editing, Best Supporting Actor, Best Actress in Supporting Actor and Best Original Screenplay.

“Everything Everywhere” had 11 nominations, heading into the nighttime favorite.

Throughout awards season, the film, a major touchstone for Asian representation in American cinema, won awards for acting, direction and best picture from various groups.

Directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert won the Best Director award. Michelle Yeoh took home the Best Actress award, making her the first Asian star to win the award. Kwan and Scheinert won Best Original Screenplay.

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” was not nominated for Best Actor, a category which for the first time since 1935 includes five actors who have never been nominated before. Brendan Fraser won for “The Whale”.

Ke Huy Quan won Best Supporting Actor for his role in “Everything Everywhere,” and Jamie Lee Curtis, who has been a movie icon since the 1978 horror classic “Halloween,” picked up an upset victory.

This year’s ceremony marked the first time that four Asian actors competed in multiple acting categories.

Yeoh, 60, is the first Asian-identifying woman nominated for Best Actress. This distinction was made because, technically, Merle Oberon, who was of mixed British and South Asian descent, was the first in 1935 to get a nomination for her work on the film “The Dark Angel”, but she has hid his heritage for fear of discrimination in Hollywood at the time.

Ana De Armas was the first Cuban actress to be nominated for Best Actress, for her role as Marilyn Monroe in the Netflix movie “Blonde.”

Angela Bassett also earned another first for the ceremony, becoming the first actor to receive a nomination for a role in a Marvel film. She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Queen Ramonda in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” The film won for costume design.

“All Quiet on the Western Front” won four at the start, mostly in technical categories.

This year’s ceremony drew particular attention after Will Smith punched Chris Rock during last year’s show. Host Jimmy Kimmel talked about it at every opportunity he could on Sunday night.

Here is the full list of winners:

Best Film: “Everything, Everywhere, Suddenly”

Best Actress: Michelle Yeoh, “Everything, Everywhere, Suddenly”

Best Actor: Brendan Fraser, “The Whale”

Best director: Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert, “Everything, everywhere, all at once”

Best Original Song: “Naatu Naatu”, “RRR”

Best documentary film: “Navalny”

Best Adapted Screenplay: “Women Talking”

Best Original Screenplay: “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once”

Best Costume Design: “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”

Best International Feature Film: “All is Quiet on the Western Front”

Best Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan, “Everything, Everywhere, Suddenly”

Best Animated Film: “Pinocchio by Guillermo Del Toro”

Best Visual Effects: “Avatar: The Way of the Water”

Best Cinematography: “All Quiet on the Western Front”

Best Supporting Actress: Jamie Lee Curtis, “Everything Everywhere All at Once”

Best Film Editing: “Everything, Everywhere, All At Once”

Best score: “All is calm on the Western Front”

Best Sound: “Top Gun: Maverick”

Best Production Design: “All Quiet on the Western Front”

Best Makeup and Hairstyling: “The Whale”

Best: Documentary (Short Subject): “The Elephant Whisperers”

Best Animated Short Film: “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse”

Best Short Film (Live Action): “An Irish Goodbye”

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