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LOS ANGELES (AP) – The Latest on the 91st Academy Award, which is presented Sunday night at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles (always local):

10:20 p.m.

Rami Malek may have had a short fall from the height of his best Oscar winner for “Bohemian Rhapsody” but came back in time to visit reporters in time to give emotional statements on what he meant win an award.

The actor was checked by medical personnel after he had tumble within the auditorium shortly after he had won.

It appeared to be fine when he returned to the back to answer reporters' questions.

Malek says, “What I have in my hand is right now that I or my family would never have been,” he said, leaving his Oscar back.

– Lynn Elber and John Rogers in a backup media room at the Oscar.

9:20 p.m.

Spike Lee has compared the “Green Book” and Oscars as the best film this year as a loss to his beloved basketball team in New York Knicks. He says, “The tag made the wrong call.”

It was so angry that he walked out of the Academy Awards after the “Green Book” was declared as Sunday winner. The position he received from many people in the press choir probably did not hurt.

“This is my six glasses – and you know why,” he shouted when he stripped into the room with a champagne glass which he liked and answered questions.

He asked him to think about it by virtue of the film, he smiled and shouted, “The next question.”

Lee, whose film “BlacKkKlansman” was also named, gave an insight into his loss.

“I'm talking,” he said. “Every time someone spends someone I lose.”

It was a reference to “Driving Miss Daisy,” the best Oscar winner in 1990 when a black man becomes friends with the white woman who chauffeurs.

“Green Book” tells the story of a white man who becomes friends with the black musician who drives through the 1960s for a concert tour.

As a tribute to racist tolerance by its makers and stars, it was widely criticized as a “laden film” full of racist stereotypes.

– John Rogers in the average backstage room at the Oscar.


8:40 p.m.

Spike Lee succeeded, who was very ugly, to shake his hands and seemed to want to walk out of the Dolby Theater after Julia Roberts announced that she had won “Green”. Book “Oscar for the best film this year.

Lee, whose film was named “BlackKkKlansman also, won an Oscar earlier in the evening for the best adapted screen movies.

A Oscar in hand, he walked alone towards the retirement of the theater and producers of the “Green Book” were accepting their award.

It appeared to be stopping by staff there, then he made his way back to his seat after the speeches were over and the rest of the crowd stood with a holiday.

Jordan Peele, who was sitting behind Lee, refused to recommend the winner, as did others in the room.

As a tribute to racist tolerance by its makers and stars, it was widely criticized as a “laden film” full of racist stereotypes.

– Andrew Dalton (@andyjamesdalton on Twitter) from the inside of the Dolby Theater.


8:30 p.m.

Olivia Colman seemed to have shocked her while carrying her best Oscar back, and the previous winner had only the remedy.

“White wine! This woman needs white wine, ”said Frances McDormand, who won the Oscar last year for“ Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ”and presented Sunday to Colman, just.

“Can anyone get a white wine,“ which Sam Rockwell aims to achieve, the best actor award last year for the same film and the best support actor this year for the “Welfare”?

“I think my nose is running,” Colman said.

– Lindsey Bahr (@ldbahr on Twitter), backstage at the Oscar.


8:15 p.m.

Green Book is the winner of the Academy Award for the best picture.

The film from Universal Pictures is Mahershala Ali as a concert pianist in Africa-America in the 1960s and Viggo Mortensen as a driver. He won three Oscar on Sunday, including the best support actor for Ali and the original original film.


8:10 p.m.

Alfonso Cuaron is the winner of the Academy Award for Best Director.

This is the second time that Cuaron Hospital won as best director. He previously won in 2014 for “Gravity.” His film “Roma” is based on his youth in Mexico and the woman who raised it.

Cuaron won two Sunday nights, as well as the best foreign language film for Mexico, the first time.

The writer-director focused his speech on domestic workers, noting that ten million of them work around the world with any rights.


8 p.m.

Olivia Colman is the winner of the Best Actor Academy Award from “The Favorite.”

This is the first Oscar in his first nomination for Colman, who plays Queen Anne. She won four British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards and two Golden Globes during her career.

She met Glenn Close, who was considered to be the first runner into the Sunday Oscar. Colman brought a special shouting to Down, she said that she values ​​her whole life.

She thanked the director of “The Favorite” Yorgos Lanthimos, as well as her fellow stars Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz.

Colman also thanked her children, who said she hoped she was watching at home. She says, “This won't happen again.” T


7:50 p.m.

Spike Lee, who was just like him, smiled at the wings of Theater Dolby after coming out of the stage and carrying his first competitive Oscar, for a film adapted for “BlacKkKlansman.” T

“Guys! Guys! ”, He shouted, bound for his colleagues to accompany him for a photograph as his Oscar had him in one hand and the notes he read just on stage.

Then he noticed that someone was missing: Samuel L. Jackson, who had been awarded the award and took his arms on stage.

“Sam!” He asked, and Jackson went on to the Lee.

– Lindsey Bahr (@ldbahr on Twitter), backstage at the Oscar.


7:45 p.m.

We have attracted Rami Malek, and the film academy, the best Oscar winning actress for her production of Queen Freddie Mercury in “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

Malek won his first night Oscar Sunday. It was the first nominee in the category.

The actor thanked his mother, who was in the Sunday for the audience, and paid tribute to his father later, who said he hadn't got it as a star.


7:35 p.m.

Women made women at the 91th Annual Academic Awards.

With Jaime Ray Newman's victory and Guy Nattiv for a live action short film, 13 Oscars women caught Sunday. The Academy notes that the record was previously set in 2007 and was matched in 2015.

Lady Gaga's victory with Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt added the number at 14.

The winners included history makers. Ruth E. Carter and Hannah Beachler were the first African Americans to win in their respective categories. Carter was awarded a clothing design and Beachler for production design.

– Nekesa Mumbi Moody and Brooke Lefferts at the Oscar.


7:25 p.m.

“Shallow” from “A Star Born” won the Academy Award for best original song.

Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt write “Shallow”. It is played by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. The song won two Grammy Awards earlier this month.

Gaga thanked the academy and its fellow winners, as well as his sister and Cooper.

She says he doesn't want to win, but she has to give up and the hours people have to get up after they have been put down.

The original best scorer was the composer “Black Panther” Ludwig Goransson.


7:15 p.m.

“BlacKkKlansman” is the winner of the best adapted Writing Academy Award, which delivers Spike Lee's first competitive Academic Prize.

Lee began his speech of acceptance, informing producers not to start the clock on his speech. The winners were allocated 90 seconds from their speech from the time their names are called.

Lee is ready for a two-page letter that combined the years 1619 and 2019, as well as his own story.

The writer-director shares the award with Charlie Wachtel, David Rabinowitz, Kevin Willmott.

Lee received the award from Samuel L. Jackson, featured in Lee's film. Jackson Lee woke up at the start of his presentation together with actor Brie Larson, reciting a score of the Knicks game, which left a rare Sunday night victory.


7:10 p.m.

The “Green Book” won an Oscar for the original film.

The winners are Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie and Peter Farrelly.

Green Book is based on the true father of Vallelonga's father, who drove African-American pianist Don pianley on a journey through the Deep South in the 1960s and Viggo Mortensen plays it in the film.

Green Book is also named for the best picture, and has already won the best Oscar support actor for Mahershala Ali, who played Shirley in the film.


6:55 p.m.

“First Man” is the Oscar winner for visual effects, turning out movies about Avengers and Han Solo.

Paul Lambert, Ian Hunter, Tristan Myles and J.D. Schwalm recreated the Neil Armstrong moon landing. The second Oscar for Lambert and Hunter is the first for the other two men.

Other nominees in the category were “Avengers: Infinity War,” Christopher Robin, ”Ready Player One,” and “Solo: Star Wars Story.”


6:35 p.m.

Even among A-List actors it is a good idea to be a rock star.

During the commercial break after Oscar's “Bohemian Rhapsody” was achieved for sound editing and sound mixing, Rami Malek ran from his front seat to congratulate the Queen's real-life members.

Brian May, guitarist and drummer Roger Taylor, sat on a series of rows when Malik, who sang their lead singer Freddie Mercury, went on to take them.

Oscar audience members are looking for in May, with its curly silver hair and spark tuxedo, during the evening.

He, Taylor and Adam Lambert opened the Oscar show with a fake version of Queen's “We Will Rock You”, which featured dancers, clapping, grinning and celebrity singing.

– Andrew Dalton (@andyjamesdalton on Twitter) inside Dolby Theater


6:30 p.m.

An Oscar winner is everyone's favorite neighborhood reporter – “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is the Academy's best live award. This is Marvel's first Oscar-winning superhero film.

This pioneering film and bending about multi-heroes spiders from the different places brings the first Oscar to Sony Pictures for an animation feature, a category which Disney has led to his life cycle 18 years.


6:25 p.m.

Mahershala Ali is the Academy Award winner for the best support actor. The performance comes from “Green Book.”

It is Ali's second Oscar, winning in the same category in 2017 for “Moonlight.” In “Green Book” he plays Don Shirley, a classical African-American pianist, who visits the Deep South.

He thanked Shirley at the start of his speech, saying that Shirley's story pushed him as an actor.

Ali concentrated on winning his grandmother, who said he is constantly pushing him to stay positive.


6:05 p.m.

Mexico's “Roma” is the winner of the Oscar's best foreign language film.

Alfonso Cuaron Awards Awards were won by other director films, but now Roma is the first Mexican film to win an Oscar for the best foreign film. The movie has been interviewed in Spanish and Mixtec.

Cuaron is the second win of the night. Earlier in the ceremony, he won the best cinematography award.


5:45 p.m.

Melissa McCarthy was hitting with a smile when she came out to put the dress dressed in a big dress, a white queen that was covered with stuffed rabbits, as an apparent sign of “The Favorite” and her love of Queen Anne for bunnies and the elaborate dress.

The laughter continued as McCarthy explained that a costumer job was to present the actors with an authentic dress but “the story would never be removed.” T

She presented the award to Brian Tyree Henry, who was very dependent on him in an elaborate period dress.

Restored the person again and struggled to open the winner's cover with a bunny puppet attached to one of his hands.

Oscar went to Ruth E. Carter, costumer for “Black Panther”.

Carter says: “Marvel may have created the first black superhero but, through the design of clothes, we turned him into an African king.”

– Andrew Dalton (@andyjamesdalton) and John C. Rogers at the Oscars.


5:40 p.m.

The Black Panther won the Academic Award for production design and made Oscar history for the second time on Sunday evening.

Hannah Beachler, production designer is the first African-American winner in the category. Her victory came when “Black Panther” clothing designer, Ruth E. Carter, became the first black winner in this category.

Beachler meets the Oscar with settled designer Jay R. Hart.

Beachler broke tears during his reception speech, which began to thank Ryan Coogler, director of “Black Panther”.


5:30 p.m.

Ruth E. Carter won the Academic Award for clothing design and made Oscar history.

Carter is the first African-American clothing designer to win the category. Carter was previously nominated for her work on “Amistad” and “Malcolm X.”

She took the step saying “Wow, wow, I got it.” She said the award was coming a long way.

Carter thanked Spike Lee, who provided his career with his 1988 film "School Daze."


5:15 p.m.

“Free Solo” won the Academy Academy top award.

The film follows the elite attempt of Alex Honnold's turn up the famous El Capitan rock formation at Yosemite National Park without ropes.

The film was directed and co-produced by the staff of Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin. Vasarhelyi thanked National Geographic, and specifically asked them to employ female directors. She finished her speech by saying that the film is “for everyone who believes in the impossible.”


5:10 p.m.

Regina King is the winner of the Academic Award for the best support actor. The victory comes from his performance in "If Beale Street speaks."

He is the first Oscar and the first nominee for King, who won three Emmy Awards for her work on television.

King thanked James Baldwin, whose novel is the basis for the film by director Barry Jenkins.

The actor thanked her mother, who was in the audience, and said that it was an example of what happens when someone is supported and loved.


5 p.

The Queen has started with Adam Lambert with the Academy Awards with the alarming performance of “We Will Rock You.”

A tribute to the best picture nominee is the biphic Freddie Mercury “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Lambert added in “We Are the Champions” for the second song of the open number, which drew the name from Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga acting. to her.

Singing Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend, former pro-baseball player, Alex Rodriguez, with the initial action, which ended in a scree wall of spark falling at the Oscar stage.

Glenn Close was very enthusiastic, staggering and singing along with every word in the front row. Three seats down, there was a huge grin at Rami Malek. Malek is nominated for the best actor for his performance on Mercury.


4:50 p.m.

Lady Gaga has made a late entrance to the Oscar's red carpet, following the arrival of his comedian Bradley Cooper “A Star is Born” with his mother and girlfriend.

Gaga tells the Associated Press that she is feeling nervous, but says that Tony Bennett told her if she is nervous.

The singer-actress says she is excited to make the original “Shallow” nominee with Cooper on the show.

Gaga is nominated for the best actor and loved the prize season, although Glenn Close is the best choice to win the category.

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) and Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


4:45 p.m.

And the Oscar just a minute away Dolby Hollywood Theater is slowly filling as advertisers say people start finding their seats.

As staff are busy shooting photo photographs, users recommend audience members to hide their credentials from the cameras.

Most of the big names in Hollywood did not ignore the stimuli, lying in the lobby or on the red carpet until the last minute.

Among the exceptions were James McAvoy who walked up to introduce Octavia Spencer, who filled the dark blue dress of the two empty seats beside her.

Elsie Fisher was the first to join the theater floor. She got in early to hear the sound of the band.

– Andrew Dalton (@andyjamesdalton on Twitter) from inside balcony to Dolby Theater.


4:40 p.m.

Mike Myers and Dana Carvey have reduced tips on the red carpet under an animated version of “Wayne's World.”

The film comedy in 1992 featured two rock music fans who broadcast a public night television show based on the Night Night Live.

Carvey says that animated life “Wayne's World” depends on the fans. He says if they want to see it “of course we will do it.”

Reconnect Myers and Carvey at the Openers to introduce a “Bohemian Rhapsody” nominee.

Myers says that the old friends had so much fun at the exercise.

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) and Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


4:30 p.m.

Brie Larson has given previews to Oscar fans, dancing and going to the bleach as the 2016 Oscar winner walked to the red carpet “Room”.

Meanwhile, James McAvoy stopped having good luck in supporting actor Richard E. Grant's nominee, who is entitled to an award for “Could you like me?”

And Allison Janney gave some love to the red carpe reporters, stopping for a quick interview as they were waiting for the arrival of Lada Gaga.

– Lindsey Bahr (@ldbahr on Twitter) on the Oscar red carpet.


4:15 p.m.

Glenn Close, which many people consider to win her first Oscar, says that she got a feeling before she arrived at the ceremony.

The 71-year-old nominee says the age for the best actress in “The Wife” on the red carpet she is not nervous but she was overwhelmed earlier on Sunday and would make sense thinking about what won Oscar and how long she was in show business. Close is the seventh Oscar nomination, and the most decorated living actor has not yet won an Academy Award.

Dún says that she hopes she can keep it together during the show.

She wore a whirlwind of gold which she says is four million beads and 42 pounds.

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) and Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


4:05 p.m.

Kacey Musgraves has gone from Hollywood to the Oscar.

The original four Grammys folk singer, including the album of the year, has won two weeks ago.

One of the original song performances is being introduced on Sunday night.

Musgraves say that the Oscars are “a little bit apart than the music world” and no one is hit by a star but anyone except Willie Nelson.

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) and Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


3:50 p.m.

If they were to bring the Oscar out for the big round clap on the red carpet, Spike Lee would be a winner down the line.

Fans broke the heart and scandalous “Spiiiiike,” as the director “BlackKkKlansman” came.

Photographers started over each other to find out what the fuss was all about.

The second biggest suggestion in the afternoon for Regina King, who brought the red carpet with a companion who had her train.

Elsewhere, directors Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman stopped directors and producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

“You're making a press? We'll see you there, ”said Miller, making a prayer sign and discovering less ruthless comfort at the Dolby Theater.

– Lindsey Bahr (@ldbahr on Twitter) on the Oscar red carpet.


3:30 p.m.

Richard E. Grant prepared for an Oscar night in a very unusual way.

The support nominee left for “Can You Ever For Me Me?” On a trampoline after he had breakfast with Melissa McCarthy's co-star and co-nominee and her family. He put a video on Twitter, including McCarthy laughing about what the actor described as a "signed giggle!"

Grant says that he was jumping around his way to “keep it true.” The British actor is a first nominee and he says he doesn't expect it to win, so it's just going in the heart the times.

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) and Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


3:25 p.m.

Some people attending Oscar are welcoming the news that singer R. Kelly is being imprisoned in Chicago for sexual abuse fees associated with underage girls.

Actor Brian Tyree Henry says of “If Beale Street speaks” he is very happy that justice is happening. ”He says that he wants the alleged victims to be heard and protected. Henry also says it's time for people to stop buying R&B Kelly's music.

Diane Warren, best songwriter for the documentary “RGB,” says Kelly “he should be prosecuted. It is not over to buy music. ”

Questlove, a drummer for The Roots, calls to catch Kelly on Friday “a well deserved right.” He gives credit to the “brave women” who came up to tell the authorities and tell the women that very important.

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) and Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


3:10 p.m.

Diego Luna is very happy with the best actor Yalitza Aparicio nominee.

The Mexican actress praised his wife on Sunday's red Oscars, saying he believes the “Roma” star “is a great actress.” Aparicio is named for her first film production Netflix by director Alfonso Cuaron, and History has been made as the first indigenous performer named for best actor honor.

Luna says about the 25 year old performance: “I think she got a way to tell a story we wanted to hear.” T

He says that Aparicio and “Roma” tell the story of an invisible community that is so passionate and authentic. He says, “It reminds me why I do this, you know.”

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) on the Oscar red carpet.


2:35 p.m.

With an hour to go before the Oscar begins, Constance Wu's mind had food while going down the red carpet.

Her father “Crazy Rich Asians”, in particular, had a pizza with “a lot of meat on it and that's really interesting.

Wu will be among the stars who will be present at a Sunday show.

Unlike the Golden Globes and the SAG Awards, no meal is served at the Academy Awards. Attendees must wait until they play and drink a Member of Governors if they fail to leave one of the bars serving alcohol during the show within Dolby Theater.

– John Carucci (@jacarucci on Twitter) and Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


2:20 p.m.

Stars are starting to walk the red carpets at the Academy Awards, with Constance Wu from “Crazy Rich Asians” among those coming soon.

The star and presenter “Eighth Grade” Elsie Fisher from reporters who sent her name to the entrance of the Dolby Theater, where the 91st Academy Awards ceremony will take place, destroyed.

Many people also wanted to greet Marie Kondo. The Lifestyle Guru managed ugly applications and the star Amandla Stenberg “The Hate U Give” praised Danielle Macdonald's “Star Dumplin”.

Other early singers included Diane Warren, the nominated songwriter, “If Beale Street Could speaks” Nicholas Brittell and “Mary Poppins Returns” maestros Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman.

– Lindsey Bahr (@ldbahr on Twitter) on the Oscar red carpet.


2:15 p.m.

The skies have blue skies and sunlight over the red carpets. A cool wind is blowing and the temperatures are in the mid 60s (18 Celsius) as the stars make their way down the carpet in front of the Dolby Theater.

A special lane has been set up in the center of the carpet, divided by two thick white lines. It's like a carpool lane on the main road, which is used to use some of the main names directly to ABC interviews and to reduce the clogging that usually happens.

– Beth Harris (@bethharrisap) on the Oscar red carpet.


10:45 a.m.

An Oscar ceremony will culminate in an Oscar ceremony which may include a host but not missing.

The series up to the 91st Academy Award includes a series of disasters and back backgrounds at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. There was a new category of “popular films”, but then it was out.

Kevin Hart was a host and then he wasn't. Some categories of live broadcast were removed, and then returned.

But if this script was always rewritten, the Sunday film academy hopes for Hollywood's end.

It also expects better ratings than the low audience always last year.

ABC telegraphy begins at 8 p.m. EST follows the normal red carpet festival.


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