It's finally over. The leak results were fake, Hugh Jackman ended up being awesome, and the new Oscars were...well good and bad. Either way, check out the results below and let us know what you think.
Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight) A Celador Films
Production, Christian Colson, producer
- I'm okay with this, it was a really really good movie.
Sean Penn in Milk (Focus Features)
-He did a good job, but come on, when will Rourke have another shot at it? You had to give it to him.
Kate Winslet in The Reader (The Weinstein Company)
If she's got an Oscar in her hand for any movie role, I'm happy.
Danny Boyle for Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
One of the best and underrated directors finally has his day.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Departures -- Japan (Regent Releasing) A Departures Film
-Didn't see it.
Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight (Warner Bros)
-Can't stop that freight train of success. He really was good though.
Penelope Cruz in Vicky Cristina Barcelona (The Weinstein
A crazy Spanish lady, playing a crazy Spanish lady...whatever.
Dustin Lance Black for Milk (Focus Features)
It was a good screenplay, but there were other more deserving in this category.
Simon Beaufoy for Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
No surprise or complaints here.
Andrew Stanton for WALL-E (Walt Disney)
Up yours Annie's, even though Kung Fu Panda was good times.
ANIMATED SHORT FILM
Kunio Kato for La Maison en Petits Cubes (A Robot
No Presto? Wtf?
Donald Graham Burt for art direction and Victor J. Zolfo
for set decoration on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(Paramount and Warner Bros)
Michael O'Connor for The Duchess (Paramount Vantage,
Pathe and BBC Films)
Why do they always have to give it to this kind of movie?
Greg Cannom for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(Paramount and Warner Bros)
Was there any doubt?
Anthony Dod Mantle for Slumdog Millionaire (Fox
Filming slums is not harder or more impressive than The Dark Knight or Benjamin Button.
LIVE ACTION SHORT FIRM
Jochen Alexander Freydank for Spielzeugland (Toyland), a
Mephisto Film production
James Marsh and Simon Chinn for Man on Wire (Magnolia
Pictures) A Wall to Wall production
Best acceptance speech of the night.
Megan Mylan for Smile Pinki, a Principle production
Didn't see it.
Eric Barba, Steve Preeg, Burt Dalton and Craig Barron for
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (Paramount and Warner
Too good to deny.
Richard King for The Dark Knight (Warner Bros)
Ian Tapp, Richard Pryke and Resul Pookutty for Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
I didn't get this win, but then again I don't totally understand sound mixing.
Chris Dickens for Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
Good editing, but maybe others should have won.
A.R. Rahman for Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight)
Good score, really a toss up for me.
"Jai Ho" from Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight),
music by A.R. Rahman, lyrics by Gulzar
Apparently belting out 'Jai Ho' over and over again is better than singing a song about a battered down man, or the treasures of the earth.