Which movie will sweep away the Oscar 2009?February 23rd, 2009 - 10:34 am ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi
On Sunday, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrived at the Oscars as Hollywood’s golden couple, and they looked classically glamorous in black and white.
Jolie’s dress was a black sweetheart-neck strapless gown and Pitt stuck to an old-school black bow tie with his tux.
Sean Penn matched his wife, Robin Wright Penn while both were in all black. Kate Winslet also went with dark dressed in a gray satin and black tulle dress by Atelier Yves Saint Laurent by Stefano Pilati.
The other big look on the red carpet at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles was light colors where Mickey Rourke in his Jean Paul Gaultier suit without a tie.
Anne Hathaway sparkled in a strapless champagne-colored Armani Prive gown covered in crystals and circular pailettes with a jeweled dragon brooch on the back. Evan Rachel Wood was in a strapless flesh-tone number, and Jessica Biel was in a sleek Prada strapless column gown in shiny white satin with a bow detail on the front.
Marisa Tomei’s one-shoulder, dove-gray gown was covered with dramatic fan pleats. Freida Pinto provided a pop of electricity in a beaded blue John Galliano gown with one bejeweled lace sleeve.
Disney’s Pixar, ‘Wall-E,’ won the Oscars best animated feature film prize. The fourth time Disney-Pixar have won the category since it was created in 2001.
Penelope Cruz became the first Spanish actress to win an Oscar for her performance in the Woody Allen comedy ‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona.’ The 34 year old won the supporting actress category.
Slumdog Millionaire has won its first two Oscars of the night. While Simon Beaufoy got the award for best adapted screenplay, Anthony Dod Mantle bagged the Oscar for best cinematography. For the team of Oscar-favourite Slumdog Millionaire, which stoled the entire show at the red carpet with lead lady Frieda Pinto being the cynosure of all eyes in her elegant blue John Galliano gown.
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