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EW.com tells you who came out on top at the Academy Awards
”Gladiator” and ”Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” were the big winners at the 73rd Annual Academy Awards last night, winning 9 trophies between them. Ridley Scott’s Roman Empire drama picked up five statuettes for best picture, actor, costume design, sound, and visual effects. Ang Lee’s Taiwanese martial arts epic won four awards, for best foreign film, cinematography, art direction, and score. Front runners Russell Crowe and Julia Roberts walked away with lead acting awards, each gushing lengthy acceptance speeches — ”I want to thank everyone I’ve ever met,” Roberts said.
Among the few surprises of the ceremony were Steven Soderbergh’s best direction win for ”Traffic,” bucking the traditional odds where double nominees (Soderbergh was also up for ”Erin Brockovich”) cancel themselves out. Supporting actress Marcia Gay Harden enjoyed an unexpected win for ”Pollock,” defeating favored second generation nominee Kate Hudson for ”Almost Famous,” Cameron Crowe’s autobiographical coming of age story (for which the writer-director earned a best original screenplay award). But, to paraphrase host Steve Martin, we wouldn’t want anyone to think of this as a competition.
Here are all of the Oscar winners.
Russell Crowe, ”Gladiator”
Julia Roberts, ”Erin Brockovich”
Best Supporting Actor
Benicio Del Toro, ”Traffic”
Best Supporting Actress
Marcia Gay Harden, ”Pollock”
Steven Soderbergh, ”Traffic”
”Traffic,” Steven Gaghan
”Almost Famous,” Cameron Crowe
Foreign Language Film
”Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” Taiwan
”Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” Tim Yip
”Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” Peter Pau
”Gladiator,” Janty Yates
”Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of Kindertransport,” Mark Jonathan Harris, Deborah Oppenheimer
”Big Mama,” Tracy Seretean
”Traffic,” Stephen Mirrione
”Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” Rick Baker and Gail Ryan
”Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” Tan Dun
”Things Have Changed” from ”Wonder Boys,” Bob Dylan
Short — Animated
”Father and Daughter,” Michael Dudok De Wit
Short — Live Action
”Quiero Ser (I Want to Be),” Florian Gallenberger
”Gladiator,” Scott Millan, Bob Beemer, and Ken Weston
”U-571,” Jon Johnson
”Gladiator,” John Nelson, Neil Corbould, Tim Burke, Rob Harvey
More post-Oscar updates will be added throughout Monday, March 26, on EW.com’s All About Oscar 2001.