Plush rabbits, misleading the speech of Olivia Coleman and tribute to Queen.
— (@CIProfile) 25 February 2019
Spike Lee put on the rings with the words “Hate” and “Love.”Getty Photos
Amy Poeler decided to abandon the dress in favor of a tuxedo.
In the nomination “The best dress” definitely won the actor Billy Porter from the series “Pose” – so decided on Twitter.
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) 25 February 2019
“Billy Porter won the red carpet before it even began”
Opening ceremony without lead
Former stars of Saturday Night Live (“Saturday Night Live”) Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph have announced nominees in the category “Best Supporting Actress”. They joked about the lack of a permanent presenter on the show, as a category of popular films or the wall with Mexico.
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) 25 February 2019
Twitter users have suggested that they could conduct the entire ceremony.
Here’s a crazy idea: Let Maya, Tina, and Amy host the whole show given that they are marvelously talented and actually funny?
— roxane gay (@rgay) 25 February 2019
“A crazy idea: let Maya, Tina and Amy do the whole show, learning how talented and funny they are?”
Но Оскар уже знает, что в следующем году нужно приглашать трио Рудольф, Фей, Поллер #oscars
— ⛄m❄ (@amablerble) 25 February 2019
Wall with mexico
Javier Bardem, in Spanish, lunged toward Trump and said that “no walls can hold talent.” He announced the nominees in the category “Best film in a foreign language.” The statuette was taken by the Mexican Alfonso Cuaron with the “Roma” ribbon, shot in Spanish.
— Adam Best (@adamcbest) 25 February 2019
Dress with rabbits
Brian Tyree Henry and Melissa McCarthy announced the winner in the nomination “The Best Costume Design” in the craziest attire at the ceremony. On the dress of the actress plush bunnies were sewn – a reference to the main character, “Favorite”. Twitter suggested that they should have won an Oscar for the best costumes.
— Asha Kodithuwakku (@AshaKodi) 25 February 2019
“Melissa McCarthy is a late contender for the best mantle at the Oscars”
стоп я оскар смотрю или евровидение pic.twitter.com/acspDE1n5E
— freddieㅤ (@CannotVeritas) 25 February 2019
— M O O ☘️ (@moonicauw) 25 February 2019
“So, stop the show, it’s over, nothing better will happen.”
— Denis (@ShevtsovDe) 25 February 2019
On Twitter, they saw how Chris Evans helped the winner in the category “Best Supporting Actress” Regina King climb onto the stage so that she would not stumble over the dress.
Chris Evans escorting Oscar-winner Regina King onto the stage so she doesn’t trip. Love. pic.twitter.com/z7CYZM5ZjZ
— Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) 25 February 2019
“Chris Evans accompanies the Oscar-winning Regina King to the stage so she doesn’t stumble. Love”
CHRIS EVANS HELPING REGINA KING ONSTAGE??? HELLO pic.twitter.com/8lY88TahZa
— paul rudd (@philsadelphia) 25 February 2019
“Chris Evans helps to get on stage to Regina King? Hello! Hallo, 911, reporting a theft. Victim? My heart
— •томас• | 20 апреля на Лазарева (@LOVATO_C_MARSA) 25 February 2019
Brian singer ignored
Bohemian Rhapsody received four statuettes, but no one thanked the director and producer of the film Brian Singer after being charged with harassment .
John Warhurst on his win for Best Sound Editing for “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
— Good Morning America (@GMA) 25 February 2019
This was noticed in social networks.
Bohemian Rhapsody won Best Editing because of how masterfully they managed to pretend Bryan Singer didn’t make it.
— Hispanic at the Chris-co (@ChrisRGun) 25 February 2019
“Bohemian Rhapsody won in the category Best Editing because they skillfully pretended that Brian Singer did not make the film”
omg it’s pretty crazy coincidence that none of these bohemian rhapsody winners have mentioned director bryan singer I wonder why????
— Aaron Michael (@happyasaaron) 25 February 2019
Short film about menstruation
The award for the best documentary feature film received the film “Point. End of sentence ”(Period. End Of Sentence). The title of the tape contains a play on words – the period is translated as “period”, and as “menstruation”. The filmmakers struggle with the prejudices that have developed around menstruation in the third world countries, especially in India. The director Raika Zekhtabchi issued one of the best quotes of the night.
Oh my God! I do not pay because I have a period. I just can not believe that the film about menstruation just took an Oscar.
Now THAT’S a Speech
— insecure Al (@insecure_al) 25 February 2019
First Oscar Spike Lee
Spike Lee was nominated five times for the Academy of Cinema Award, but for the first time he took the statuette for the script of the Black Clanovean, except for the honorary Oscar. The Academy gives this award to celebrate the achievements of filmmakers who do not fall into any of the categories. In his speech, he recalled the past and honored the month of African American history in February. Lee paid tribute to his grandmother, who, he said, had been saving up for 50 years for her grandson’s education.
The director also touched on the topic of the 2020 presidential election with a reference to his film “Do as it should.”
Soon the presidential election of 2020. Let’s unite, let’s stand on the right side of the story. Make a moral choice between love and hate. Let’s do it right!
Also on Twitter have appreciated the celebration of Spike Lee.
Spike Lee helped Samuel L. Jackson land his his first movie role.
Tonight, Sam presented Spike with his FIRST #Oscar!
— Complex (@Complex) 25 February 2019
“Spike Lee helped Samuel L. Jackson get the first movie role. / Today Sam gave Spike his first Oscar
— mercedes. (@KissMyLocs) 25 February 2019
Best way out
American comedian Keegan-Michael Ki entered the room in the spirit of the nanny from the film “Mary Poppins Returns” nominated for an Oscar.
Keegan-Michael Key really knows how to make an entrance. pic.twitter.com/GEPG2V3LTx
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) 25 February 2019
At the opening ceremony, Adam Lambert performed “We Will Rock” along with the line-up of Queen.
— Bumblebee /unbrokenfaith16 (@Lonelywarrior3) 25 February 2019
The song “Shallow” from the film “Star was born” received an Oscar. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper took the stage and performed it together.
— İsmail Sarıkaya (@ismkaya) 25 February 2019
The first nomination and the first Oscar
Remy Malek became the first winner of the Oscar from Egypt. The actor received a statuette for the best male role. In a speech of appreciation, he spoke about his Egyptian roots, recalled the importance of diversity in cinema and paid tribute to Freddie Mercury.
“I am the son of immigrants from Egypt. I’m a first-generation American.” Best Actor winning Rami Malek makes a call for diversity in movie storytelling in his #Oscars speech pic.twitter.com/BlA4gXxRce
— MTV NEWS (@MTVNEWS) 25 February 2019
Throughout the ceremony, the actor’s colleagues tried to fix his bow tie, but Remy still came out with an accessory that was unevenly arranged
— Arthur (@LadyGagaPopNet) 25 February 2019
After his speech, the actor fell when he came down from the stage, and he even needed medical assistance
— kayla (@justafan_321) 25 February 2019
Impromptu speech is the best speech
“Favorite” received ten Academy Award nominations, but the only statuette was taken by Olivia Coleman. The British actress cried and laughed a lot, thanked rivals Glenn Close and Lady Gaga, as well as her colleagues Emma Stone and Rachel Weiss, “the two most beautiful women in the world to fall in love with. In the picture, their heroines seduce the Queen of England, whose role was played by Coleman.
This is really exciting. Hilarious. I got an Oscar. […] Glenn Close, you have been my idol for so long. I didn’t want it to happen. I think you are wonderful and love you very much. […] Thanks to my children, who are now watching the [ceremony] at home. If you do not [watch], well done. But I hope to watch. This is definitely not going to happen.
— The A.V. Club (@TheAVClub) 25 February 2019
“Look at the charming thank-you speech of shocked Olivia Coleman [after winning] in the nomination“ Best Actress ””
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) 25 February 2019
PS Musician “Strange El” Jankovic predicted almost all the winners of the award – he was mistaken only in the nomination “The best female role”
Why wait? Congratulations to Oscar winners Rami Malek, Glenn Close, Mahershala Ali, Regina King and Alfonso Cuaron!
— Al Yankovic (@alyankovic) 24 February 2019
Why wait? Congratulations to the Oscar laureates: Rami Malek, Glenn Close, Mahershala Ali, Regina King and Alfonso Cuarona!