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Jan 23, 2009 · Taking the Oscars Home: How to See the 2009 Academy Award Winners ‘Slumdog Millionaire,’ Kate Winslet, Heath Ledger, Sean Penn Win 2009 Academy Awards ‘WALL-E,’ ‘The Dark Knight ...
Jan 22, 2009 · 2009 Oscar: Snubs & Surprises ... 2009 Academy Award Nominees. Also missing from the Best Picture category was Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio’s “Revolutionary Road,” which has been ...
In 2009, the Academy amended its nomination rules so that up to 10 films could be nominated for best picture. However, the awards ceremony doesn't always utilize all 10 spots.
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Mar 09, 2021 · The Academy expanded the Best Picture category from five to up to 10 titles to accommodate titles like WALL·E and The Dark Knight in future editions. Both movies were overlooked in the Best Picture category in 2009. “Crash” Wins Best Picture Over “Brokeback Mountain” (2006)
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Jan 21, 2009 · ''Benjamin Button'' and ''Slumdog Millionaire'' lead with 13 and 10 nominations, respectively; Heath Ledger gets a Best Supporting Actor nod, but ''The Dark Knight'' snubbed in Best Picture and ...
There's always a possibility for something truly unexpected to happen at the Oscars. Here are the biggest snubs, surprises, shockers, gaffes, fashion faux pas and more from the first 91 years!
Academy Awards: 13 inexcusable Oscar snubs. ... received the Irvin G. Thalberg Memorial Award at the 1968 Oscars ceremony, but he never won an Academy ... People often argue the best picture field ...
Best Foreign Language Film Oscar: Bypassed world cinema classics Whether due to voter indifference or arcane Academy rules – e.g., only one film per country; arbitrary dates of release in the submitting country – among the non-English-language films that failed to make the Best Foreign Language Film cut in years past are the following.
Jan 06, 2020 · The Best Picture award in 1942 went to How Green Was My Valley instead of Citizen Kane — which went on to be considered the best movie of all time by many critics. Getty Images 4 of 36