The time has come…
by The Sean Maloney Show
Oscar fever 2013 is officially here and today saw The Oscars hit The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Held perfectly together by first time presenter, Seth Macfarlane, this was certainly a memorable and emotional academy awards.
Daniel Day-Lewis has made a well deserved, Oscars history by winning the best actor prize for a third time. His third time victory came for playing America’s 16th President in Steven Spielberg’s box office smash Lincoln.
After taking a short stumble before her acceptance speech, Jennifer Lawrence won the Oscar for best actress for her role as a young widow in Silver Linings Playbook. Ben Affleck’s Iran hostage thriller Argo won the highly anticipated and most talked about award for best picture.
Watching her mother play Fantine on broadway when a young child an emotional Anne Hathaway won the Oscar for best supporting actress for her role as tragic factory worker Fantine in the spectacular, unmissable and breath-taking movie musical Les Miserables.
Christoph Waltz won his second Oscar for best supporting actor in a Quentin Tarantino, this time as a German bounty hunter in the slave revenge story Django Unchained.
Adele struggled through tears to thank the Bond producers and her co-writer Paul Epworth who collected the Oscar for best original song on the UK number 1, Skyfall.
The awards drew to an end leaving hopefuls of an Oscar already awaiting 2014, but left the luckily few feeling content and overjoyed. Each and every winner was truly more than deserving for their award.
Now, until the next time …