The 93rd Academy Awards took place in Los Angeles at an event like any other. The 93rd Academy Awards started a social engagement service with a beautiful list of A-list guests by participating, including Brad Pitt, Halle Berry, Harrison Ford, and Reese Witherspoon. Pitt, who last year won Best Supporting Actor winner, was also joined by 2020 champions Joaquin Phoenix, Renée Zellweger, and Laura Dern at the ritzy honors event.
Margot Robbie looked radiant in the glittering floral gown and appeared as a stylish fringe as she was shown at the event. This year the COVID estimates have expanded the VIP list of guests to only 170 people, from the average 3,000 in the biggest film entertainment competition.
The world’s biggest film entertainment event began with a screenplay award attended by a few Europeans: “Promising Young Woman” Emerald Fennell – with a story about that dealt with sexual assault – and “The Father” Florian Zeller, both of whom also included movies. (The finalists were highly respected, but most of the candidates were in Los Angeles.)
Daniel Kaluuya bought his first Oscar for “Judas and the Black Messiah,” starring Black Panther Party pioneer Fred Hampton, in a simultaneous film presentation at theaters and HBO Max. Chloe Zhao has touched the world forever by transforming herself into a leading shading lady – and becoming the second woman at all – to win the best director award at the Oscars. Youn Yuh-Jung won the most supportive actress. Halle Berry performed her red carpet debut with her boyfriend Van Hunt at a beautiful Hollywood party.