Enjoy Watching Oscars 2017 Live Stream online. This Event On Air 26th February 2017. After recent rumors swirling around the break up of Sandra Bullock, a big question has been raised, especially for many Holywood actresses: Does winning an Oscars 2017 Live for best actress mean a divorce? Let take a look at the latest victims.
Reese Witherspoon and her ex husband first met in Cruel Intentions, got married in 1999 and had two children.
Reese Witherspoon in Cruel Intentions
Witherspoon won the Oscars 2017 Live for her role in Walk The Line, and won the divorce in November 2006, mostly after her success.
Reese Witherspoon Acceptance Speech
In 2002, Halle Berry became the first colored actress to get the Academy Award for the best actress. She highly complimented on her second husband, the singer Eric Renner.
Oscars 2017 Live 2002 HALLE BERRY
However, just 18 months later, she decided to leave the 43 year-old singer for his unfaithfulness.
Gwyneth Paltrow can not help burst into tears when she received the Academy Award for her act in Shakespeares In Love in 1998.
Shakespeare In Love
The beautiful actress also shared her happiness with her husband, Hollywood star Ben Affleck. However, Gwyneth said goodbye to Ben unexpectedly in February 1999.
A Sexy Gwyneth Paltrow
In the year 2000, Julia Roberts went to receive the Best Actress in the Academy Award with her boyfriend Benjamin Bratt.
Julia Roberts in Erin Brockovich
However, just one year later, in 2001, the ‘beautiful woman’ became the lonely woman.
The ‘beautiful woman’ became the lonely woman
Charlie Theron terminated her 9-year relationship with the actor Stuart Townsend in January 2010, 6 years after she won the Oscars 2017 Live for the best actress.
Charlie Theron in Monster
The beautiful actress has now been dating The Hurtlocker star, Jeremy Renner.
Charlie Theron and Jeremy Renner
The Reader star said in her acceptance speech for the Academy Award 2009 that she felt lucky to have a perfect husband with lovely children.
KATE WINSLET Wins An
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However, the perfect couple does not last as expected. They declared their divorce last week.
Kate Winslet and Leonardo
“La La Land.”LionsgateWe’ve now hit the home stretch.
With Oscars 2017 Live voting closed and nominations being announced on January 24, it’s an excruciating waiting game for those in the running.
Some things have shifted since our last pass at predictions for nominees and winners. “Lion” and “Hidden Figures” have increased their word of mouth while titles like “Silence” and “Jackie” have fizzled in most major categories.
Meanwhile, “La La Land” has only increased its dominance in the Oscars 2017 Live race, after sweeping the Golden Globes.
Below are our final predictions before nominations are announced, and who we think will win Oscars 2017 Live gold:
“Manchester By the Sea.”Amazon StudiosThis year marks the 89th Academy Awards ceremony, with a crop of notable nominees that will fight it out to take home the highest honors in the film world.
So naturally, in order to handicap your Oscars 2017 Live pool properly, as well as keep current in the conversation with all of your movie-inclined friends, you’re going to want to see, at the very least, the entire field of Best Picture candidates. In the past, this used to be a real pain, as most Best Picture nominees would already be out of the theaters and stuck in that limbo between theatrical and home video release.
Mahershala Ali in “Moonlight.”
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences clearly heard the loud protests of #Oscars 2017 Live.
After two years in a row in which actors of color were overlooked by the Oscars 2017 Live nominations, the 2017 nominees
showcase a more multicultural range of talent, both in front of and behind the camera.
While “La La Land” may have tied a record for the most nominations period (at 14, the same as “Titanic” and “All About Eve”), the Oscars 2017 Lives 2017 Live also nominated a record six black actors this year. Denzel Washington and Ruth Negga received nods for lead acting in “Fences” and “Loving,” respectively, while Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris of “Moonlight,” Viola Davis of “Fences,” and Octavia Spencer of “Hidden Figures” all took supporting nods. Seven of the 20 acting nominees are people of color.
The best-picture category honored multiple films that wrestled, each in their own way, with African-American identity and history: “Fences,” based on the August Wilson play; “Hidden Figures,” the box-office hit about black women at NASA; and the critical darling “Moonlight,” which follows a black man from the projects of Miami through three parts of his life.
The documentary-feature category also highlighted work that engages with the history of racial division in the US, with “I Am Not Your Negro,” based on an unfinished James Baldwin book; “13th,” the Netflix movie directed by Ava DuVernay about race and the criminal-justice system; and “OJ: Made in America,” Ezra Edelman’s sprawling account of O.J. Simpson’s life.
Other firsts for minorities came in behind-the-scenes categories, as Joi McMillon, nominated alongside Nat Sanders for editing in “Moonlight,” became the first black woman to be nominated in the editing category. The cinematographer behind “Arrival,” Bradford Young, is the first African-American to be nominated in the cinematography category.