Oscar 2018: See Who Tried To Steal Frances McDormand’s Oscar + All Winners in 1 Picture (INFOGRAPHIC)


On Sunday, March the 4th, the whole World followed the 90th Academy Awards or simply 2018. The ceremony is over but new updates ands scandals are still coming.

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“If you didn’t win the – then steal it,” thought one after-party visitor, and actually did it.

As one New York Times reporter tweeted later in the evening, a stranger grabbed McDormand’s and tried to steal it. The actress, who won the Best Actress statuette for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” left the event “crying emotionally” with her husband as she could found the award.

As it turns out the thief was Terry Bryant, and he live-streamed as he picked up the , pretended it was his, and asked people to congratulate him.

Lately, Bryant has been arrested for grand theft, Los Angeles police told the New York Daily News on Monday.


Source: Justin Bishop

Main Winners 

“The Shape of Water” made a splash with the Academy, winning four Oscars, including best picture. Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy love story also took home Best Director, Best Original Score and Best Production Design.

Here you can see the winners in main categories:


  • Netflix won the first feature film documentary with “Icarus” movie.
  • Jordan Peele made history for being the first African-American director to win best original screenplay (“Get Out”).

“I stopped writing this movie about 20 times because I thought it was impossible. I thought it wasn’t gonna work. I thought no one would ever make this movie,” Peele said in his acceptance speech. “But I kept coming back to it because I knew if someone would let me make this movie, that people would hear it and people would see it.”

  • “Call Me by Your Name” screenwriter James Ivory, 89, became the oldest ever winner.

Time’s Up

Despite red carpet stars appeared not wearing black as Bafta and Grammy Awards attendees did in order to support Time’s Up movement against sexual misconduct, still, there were noticeable black Time’s Up pins (which first appeared at the Golden Globes).


Source: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

Also, Emma Watson has sported a temporary tattoo on her arm bearing the words ‘Times Up’ in support of Hollywood’s movement against sexual harassment. But the apostrophe was missing between the E and S in the huge transferred slogan across her forearm – leading to both praise and huge criticism on Twitter for the grammatical error.


Source: WireImage / Reuters

Emma Stone’s joke

The most savage moment of the show was delivered by Emma Stone. As a presenter for Best Director winner, Emma Stone gave Greta Gerwig a shoutout for her role as the sole woman nominated in the directing category.

“These four men and Greta Gerwig created their own masterpieces this year,” she said.

Gerwig was just the fifth woman in Academy Awards history to be nominated. Her film Lady Bird was also nominated for Best Picture.

Frances McDormand speech

Taking best actress award for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Frances McDormand said jokingly: “I think this is what (Olympic snowboarder) Chloe Kim must have felt like after she did back-to-back 1080s.”

She then set down her and asked all the night’s female nominees to stand up, as she emphasized the importance of women in front of and behind the camera. “We all have stories to tell,” McDormand proclaimed. “Invite us into your offices and we’ll tell you all about them.”


Source: Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY NETWORK

Rachel Shenton’s sign language

“The Silent Child” took home an for Best Live Action Short Film. The movie focuses on a 4-year-old deaf girl who lives her life in silence until a social worker teaches her how to communicate using British Sign Language.

Rachel Shenton, who wrote and starred in the film, before delivering her speech said: “I made a promise to our six-year-old lead actress that if we won, I’d sign this speech, but my hands are shaking.”

And then Rachel shared a beautiful message of appreciation, both verbally and physically using British Sign Language.

Jennifer Lawrence

The actress was spotted taking a creative shortcut to her seat—all while holding a full glass of wine. She climbed over the back of another a chair while making her way to her spot at the Oscars.


Source:  Kevin Winter/Getty Images

BB8 was the best presenter at the 2018 Oscars

Beloved tiny robot BB8 from the Star Wars franchise, took the stage at the 2018 Oscars to present the awards for Best Animated Short Film and Best Animated Feature Film. Twitter users loved the BB8 appearance and many declared it was the best 2018 moment.

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Oscar 2018: See Who Tried To Steal Frances McDormand's Oscar + All Winners in 1 Picture (INFOGRAPHIC)
Oscar 2018: See Who Tried To Steal Frances McDormand's Oscar + All Winners in 1 Picture (INFOGRAPHIC)
On Sunday, March the 4th, the whole World followed the 90th Academy Awards or simply Oscar 2018.  Here are the list of winners and most memorable moments you might have missed. 

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