After winning two Grammys in March, H.E.R. took home an Oscar for best original song at the 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday.
The singer/songwriter won the award for “Fight for You,” a track for the film “Judas and the Black Messiah” that she wrote in collaboration with Dernst Emile II and Tiara Thomas.
The 73-year-old star, who has 50 years of film and television credits, won best supporting actress for her performance in “Minari” — Lee Isaac Chung’s semi-autobiographical tale of a Korean family that immigrates to rural Arkansas in the 1980s.
Director Chloé Zhao can now tick the Oscars box in her long list of history-making wins following the 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday.
The Beijing-born director, 39, became the first woman of color to win the best director award at the Oscars as well as the second woman to win the award, NPR reported.
Chloé Zhao, 38, has just made history again by becoming the first woman of color to be nominated for Best Director at the Academy Awards.
The “Nomadland” filmmaker received the Best Director Oscar nomination alongside Emerald Fennell (“Promising Young Woman”), marking the first time two women were nominated for the category in the ceremony’s 93-year history.
The stars of the drama film “Minari” are campaigning to be considered in the top acting awards for the Oscars.
The Oscars will be implementing strict diversity requirements for Best Picture eligibility in 2024.
The long road to true diversity: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) recently announced new standards of representation and inclusion that will officially take effect for the 96th Academy Awards in 2024.
Jung Hyeon-jun’s reaction after the 92nd annual Academy Awards announced the winner for Best Picture is melting the hearts of many social media users.
The 10-year-old actor, who played Park Da-song in “Parasite,” was at home when the Academy Awards announced that the film won for Best Picture, according to Huffington Post. He was reportedly too young to go to the Oscars and to witness the historic moment.
President Donald Trump recently mocked the South Korean movie “Parasite” for its historic Best Picture win at the Oscars during his political rally in Colorado.
In his speech, the 73-year-old businessman-turned-president took jabs at the 92nd Academy Awards, particularly for giving Best Picture to “Parasite,” which was directed by Bong Joon-ho, according to Variety.
John Cho found himself receiving congratulations following the “Parasite” wins at the 92nd annual Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Known for his memorable roles in the cult favorite “Harold & Kumar” movies and the “Star Trek” franchise, Cho is indeed a brilliant actor. Many believe that the Korean American star was robbed of an Oscar for his role in the film “Searching,” according to BuzzFeed.
Conservative TV host Jon Miller has apparently backpedaled from his comments on Bong Joon-ho’s acceptance speech for winning Best Original Screenplay at the Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Bong, who accepted the award for “Parasite” — along with co-writer Han Jin-won — delivered his speech in Korean.
History was made at the Oscars 2020 on Sunday night after four of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry, including Best Picture, was won by the cast of “Parasite” and South Korean director Bong Joon-ho.
If there is one person in the world who feels the need to apologize to trophy engravers at the Oscars for giving them more work to do, it would be the legendary director of “Parasite.”
Japanese American makeup artist Kazu Hiro, along with fellow artists Anne Morgan and Vivian Baker, won the Oscar for Best Makeup and Hairstyling on Sunday for their work in the movie “Bombshell.”
Hiro, Morgan and Baker were all nominated for “Bombshell,” a movie about a group of female Fox News employees who set out to expose the sexual harassment by the company’s CEO, according to the Japan Times. The film starred Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie.