Gary Oldman dents his Oscar minutes after collecting it

Gary Oldman dents his Oscar minutes after collecting it

Gary Oldman won his first career Oscar on Sunday for his performance as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.

It's as if neither man has a history of alleged harassment and abuse. I backed away, with the phone receiver in my hand.

The scandal was also given the spotlight during a moving segment about the Time's Up and Me Too movements, while Salma Hayek, Ashley Judd and Annabella Sciorra, who are all Weinstein accusers, appeared on stage together.

He almost turned down the role because Churchill had been played by so many before, but Oldman said once he read the script and started researching Churchill, he found a personality that hadn't fully been explored.

Oldman also said his involvement with the film was "contingent on getting Kazuhiro because for me he was really the only person on the planet who could have pulled it off, and I think he delivered".

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Beyond the accusation of that ugly incident (Oldman has denied the allegations), there's his use of misogynistic and homophobic slurs he used to defend his anti-Semitic pal Mel Gibson. Bryant settled a separate civil case for an undisclosed sum.

'I know the speech backwards and I can recite the entire address, but to have it in my pocket gives me comfort and helps remind me of what went into portraying Winston.

In 2001, Oldman's ex-wife accused him of beating her with a telephone in front of their children.

What's interesting about McDormand, Oldman, Janney and Rockwell's domination is that all four weren't heavy frontrunners early in the season.

By the time the SAGs were over, the sweep felt inevitable since SAG has one of the best track records with Oscar, missing only five times in Best Actor, six times in Best Actress, nine times in Best Supporting Actor and seven times in Best Supporting Actress.

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It is likely that the Time's Up campaign for gender equality will have a strong presence at the ceremony, after attendees wore black to both the Golden Globes and Baftas in solidarity with victims of sexual harassment.

"Don't talk to us about it at the parties tonight, invite us into your office, we'll tell you all about them". "All the Money in the World" was nominated for best supporting actor for Christopher Plummer, the replacement for Kevin Spacey, who was accused of sexual assault.

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'There was no going back after he made that speech.

David won a BAFTA for the work last month.

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