Oscars 2018: Gary Oldman Wins Best Actor, Frances McDormand Wins Best Actress

Oscars 2018: Gary Oldman Wins Best Actor, Frances McDormand Wins Best Actress

Darkest Hour garnered six Oscar noms including Best Picture and won for Best Makeup and Hairstyling earlier tonight for work in turning Oldman into the spitting image Churchill.

Malinowski, Sibbick and Tsuji were also on the Oscar red carpet as best make-up nominees.

Especially for Gary Oldman.

The 59-year-old actor won the Best Actor Academy Award on Sunday night (03.04.18) for his portrayal of World War II British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in "The Darkest Hour" and made sure he name-checked his mom Kathleen in his acceptance speech. She also said he did this in front of their children.

Oldman triumphed over Manville's co-star Daniel Day-Lewis to win best actor, while Manville lost out on the supporting actress award to I, Tonya star Allison Janney. "My home, my livelihood, my family and my Oscar", he said. "I hope that we can please make that a possibility".

"You don't really think about it".

Gary revealed he proposed to his current wife whilst dressed as Winston Churchill.

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Incredibly the Oscar victor has been married five times.

Anyone who would consider themselves to be clumsy, uncoordinated or a general disaster in life probably assumes that they have absolutely nothing in common with an Academy Award victor.

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On 31 December 2008, Gary married English singer and actress Alexandra Edenborough in California but she filed for divorce in January 2015.

In February, as Oscar buzz grew around Oldman, Fiorentino gave an interview to the U.K.'s Mail on Sunday, again reiterating her claims that the actor physically abused her during the course of their four-year marriage.

He added that the Time's Up and Me Too movements were "critical and long overdue", but said it was "unfortunate" that Fiorentino was using them "as convenient cover to further a personal vendetta".

And if you have a soft spot for the underdogs, head to Amazon or iTunes to see "Lady Bird", the debut feature from Greta Gerwig that earned five nominations (and won a Film Independent Spirit Award for Gerwig's screenplay) but went home empty handed.