The pair won the Oscar for Best Original song, sharing the award with Mark Ronson who co-wrote the number.
The British star of The Favourite won Best Actress on Sunday night, ahead of Glenn Close for The Wife and Lady Gaga for A Star Is Born.
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Leonardo DiCaprio has Marlon Brando’s missing Oscar, and was given it as a gift from his Malaysian production partners who are currently under investigation for massive fraud, according to reports. The Hollywood Reporter says that the statuette, which went missing in 2004 prior to Brando’s death, was bought by Red Granite Pictures – the Malaysian production company which helped bring ‘The Wolf of Wall Street to the screen – from a New Jersey memorabilia dealer for $600,000. It was then gifted to DiCaprio for his 38th birthday, and now reportedly resides on his mantelpiece.
It’s the second-biggest film franchise of all-time and beloved by millions across the globe, but although it was nominated for 12 Academy Awards across eight movies, the Harry Potter series never won one.
By Thom ErnstWe enter the 88th Academy Awards with dispute already looming over the ceremony. This year, it’s the #OscarsSoWhite campaign sparked by a lack of diversity in the major categories. And although the allegations are to be taken seriously, this latest debate follows a long-standing tradition of Oscar controversies. Here are 10 of the most notorious controversies in Oscar history.Don’t forget to check out Yahoo Style, Yahoo Celebrity and Yahoo Movies on Sunday for up-to-the-minute fashion, beauty and entertainment news surrounding the 88th Academy Awards.
To explain… it all started online – as these things so often do – with a poster called Supposedtobefunny123 on image hosting site Imgur posting a cruel jibe at our Leo for never having won an Oscar. It showed the foot of Margot Robbie in a still from ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, keeping DiCaprio at a safe distance, with Robbie’s body replaced by a big Oscar statue. Another poster then replied with what appeared to look distinctly like a real Oscar in the foreground, in front of their laptop with the original photo on.