Which of these films won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2011?
|83rd Academy Awards|
|Produced by||Bruce Cohen Don Mischer|
|Directed by||Don Mischer|
|Best Picture||The King’s Speech|
Which film won a record of 11 Oscars?
Three films have won 11 Academy Awards: Ben-Hur (1959) – 15 categories available for nomination; nominated for 12. Titanic (1997) – 17 categories available for nomination; nominated for 14. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) – 17 categories available for nomination; nominated for 11.
What 3 films have won 11 Oscars?
“Ben-Hur” (1959), “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” (2003), and “Titanic” (1997) each received 11 Oscars.
What movies were nominated for Oscars in 2011?
- The King’s Speech. Iain Canning, Emile Sherman and Gareth Unwin, Producers.
- Black Swan. Mike Medavoy, Brian Oliver and Scott Franklin, Producers.
- The Fighter. David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman and Mark Wahlberg, Producers.
- The Kids Are All Right.
- 127 Hours.
- The Social Network.
- Toy Story 3.
Which films have won the Big 5 Oscars?
Only three films have won all five of these major awards: It Happened One Night (1934), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975), and The Silence of the Lambs (1991).
Which movie won the most Oscars in history?
Ben-Hur won with: Best Picture; Best Director; Best Actor; Best Supporting Actor; Cinematography; Art Direction; Sound; Music Score; Film Editing; Special Effects; Costume and loosing out to Room at the Top for Screenplay based on material from another medium.
Who won 8 Oscars?
Dave GouldBest Dance DirectionJack ChertokBest Short Subject, ComedyThe ScoundrelBest StoryClem BeauchampBest Assistant DirectorPaul WingBest Assistant DirectorVictor McLaglenBest Actor
8th Academy Awards/Winners
Who won 7 Oscars?
Shirley TempleAcademy Juvenile AwardJohn WatersBest Assistant DirectorEskimoBest Film EditingElectrical Research Products, I…Scientific and Engineering AwardManhattan MelodramaBest StoryClark GableBest Actor
7th Academy Awards/Winners
What movie won the most Oscars in 2010?
The Hurt Locker
|82nd Academy Awards|
|Best Picture||The Hurt Locker|
|Most awards||The Hurt Locker (6)|
|Most nominations||Avatar and The Hurt Locker (9)|
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What happened at the 2011 Academy Awards?
2011: The 83rd Academy Awards
Rewind 10 years and “The King’s Speech” ruled the night, taking home the Oscar for best picture as well best actor in a leading role for Colin Firth, best director for Tom Hooper and best original screenplay. The film had earned a total of 12 nominations.
Who won 26 Oscars?
Roman HolidayBest StoryGeorge StevensIrving G. Thalberg Memorial AwardThe RobeBest Production DesignAudrey HepburnBest ActressWilliam HoldenBest ActorPete SmithAcademy Honorary Award
26th Academy Awards/Winners
Who has won the most Oscars ever?
As of 2022, Katharine Hepburn maintained her lead as the actor with the most Oscar wins of all time. While the “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” star scored four acting accolades during her career, six fellow actors tied for the second spot with three wins each.
Who won 22 Oscars?
CODABest PictureWill SmithBest ActorJessica ChastainBest ActressDrive My CarInternational Feature FilmEncantoBest Animated FeatureJane CampionBest Director
94th Academy Awards/Winners
Who won 2 Oscars in one night?
List of winners
|Thomas Little||2||Best Art Direction (black & white); Best Art Direction (color)|
|Henry Mancini||2||Best Original Score, Best Original Song|
|Joseph L. Mankiewicz||2||Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay|
Who won Oscar 2009?
Heath LedgerBest Supporting ActorPenélope CruzBest Supporting ActressSlumdog MillionaireBest Sound MixingSean PennBest ActorKate WinsletBest ActressSlumdog MillionaireBest Film Editing
81st Academy Awards/Winners
Who won Oscar 2008?
Javier BardemBest Supporting ActorDaniel Day‑LewisBest ActorMarion CotillardBest ActressNo Country for Old MenBest Adapted ScreenplayThe Bourne UltimatumBest Sound MixingTilda SwintonBest Supporting Actress
80th Academy Awards/Winners
What movie won the first Best Animated Oscar?
Winning over “Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius” and Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.,” the Dreamworks movie “Shrek” won the first Oscar for best animated feature. It was also nominated in the best adapted screenplay award.
Who was nominated for best supporting actor in 2011?
Best Supporting Actor Nominees, 2011
- Christian Bale for The Fighter.
- Jeremy Renner for The Town.
- Mark Ruffalo for The Kids Are All Right.
- Geoffrey Rush for The King’s Speech.
- John Hawkes for Winter’s Bone.
Who won 31 Oscars?
Jack L. WarnerIrving G. Thalberg Memorial AwardLeroy G. LeightonScientific and Engineering AwardPanavisionScientific and Engineering AwardDon W. PrideauxScientific and Engineering AwardGeneral Electric Lamp Divi…Scientific and Engineering AwardDavid NivenBest Actor
31st Academy Awards/Winners
Who is the Best Actor in the world?
While Leonardo tops the Best Actor in the world list for Google, coming a close second to him on the list is Tom Hanks. The 66-year-old actor has had a splendid Hollywood career with films such as Forrest Gump, Cast Away and several other notable works to his name.
Who has 26 Oscars?
The person who has triumphed more times at the Oscars than anyone else in history is Walt Disney. America’s most iconic filmmaker racked up a whopping 26 Oscars, four of which were honorary awards, and he also holds the record for the most nominations on record – 59.
Who won 2010 Oscars?
Kathryn BigelowBest DirectorSandra BullockBest ActressAvatarBest Production DesignThe Hurt LockerBest Sound MixingChristoph WaltzBest Supporting ActorMo’NiqueBest Supporting Actress
82nd Academy Awards/Winners
Who won Oscar 2006?
Philip Seymour HoffmanBest ActorGeorge ClooneyBest Supporting ActorKing KongBest Sound MixingReese WitherspoonBest ActressKing KongBest Sound EditingCrashBest Film Editing
78th Academy Awards/Winners
Which animated movie has won the most Oscars?
1992: “Beauty and the Beast” broke Oscar records.
The movie also received a best picture nomination, the first animated movie in history to do so, as well as one for best sound. It retains the title of the animated movie with the most Oscar nominations, tied with 2008’s “Wall-E.”
Which cartoon has won the most Oscars?
Warner Bros.’s Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies series also had a big amount of 16 Oscar nominations and winning 5. Among international studios, the NFB has the most wins in this category, with 6 Oscars.