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The Oscar winners

OscarsFor some, the Oscars is just industry back-slapping dragged out for hours, but here at The New Pink we love the fashion, the drama and the spectacle of Hollywood’s most glamourous night. The Coen brothers stole the show picking up Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay for their western No Country for Old Men, while the film’s scary star Javier Bardem walked off with the Best Supporting Actor gong.

Elsewhere hot favourite Daniel Day-Lewis followed up his BAFTA win with the Oscar for Best Male for There Will Be Blood. Bio-pics are always popular with Academy voters and suitably French actress Marion Cotillard beat Brit Julie Christie to win Best Female for her depiction of Edith Piaf. Tilda Swinton flew the flag though, picking up a Best Supporting Actress award for her performance in legal drama Michael Clayton. Disney-Pixar scooped the animated prize for Ratatouille, while The Bourne Ultimatum took home three technical awards.

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