Academy Awards 2010 Winners List

In case you missed the action at the 82nd annual Academy Awards, we’ve got the complete list of winners from the evening for you. The Hurt Locker led the tally for the evening with six Oscars in total, including best picture and best director.

The Hurt Locker (Summit Entertainment)
'The Hurt Locker' (Summit Entertainment)

Best Picture – The Hurt Locker

Best Actress – Sandra Bullock, The Blind Side

Best Actor – Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart

Best Supporting Actor – Christopher Waltz, Inglourious Basterds

Best Supporting Actress – Mo’Nique, Precious

Best Director: Kathyrn Bigelow, The Hurt Locker

Best Animated Picture: Up

Best Foreign Film – El Secrecto de Sus Ojos (Argentina)

Best Original Screenplay – Geoffrey Fletcher, Precious

Best Adapted Screenplay – Mark Boal, The Hurt Locker

Art Direction – Avatar

Cinematography – Avatar

Sound Mixing – The Hurt Locker

Sound Editing – The Hurt Locker

Film Editing – The Hurt Locker

Visual Effects – Avatar

Costumes – The Young Victoria

Makeup – Star Trek

Best Original Score – Michael Giacchino, Up

Best Original Song” Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett for “The Weary Kind,” Crazy Heart

Documetary – The Cove

Documentary Short – Music by Prudence

Animated Short – Logorama

Live Action Short – The New Tenants

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Sandra Bullock is Best Actress Winner of 2010 – And Worst Too

Almost everyone expected Sandra Bullock to take home the best actress trophy from the 2010 Academy Awards for her role in The Blind Side, but it was still a sweet victory for the often underestimated actress anyway. We do have to wonder, however, how she really feels about being voted both the best actress and the worst actress of the year all in the same week.

Sandar Bullock accepts the best actress Oscar at the 2010 Academy Awards
Sandar Bullock accepts the best actress Oscar at the 2010 Academy Awards (ABC)

Sandra Bullock tearfully offered thanks to her mother during a moving acceptance speech for best actress at the 82nd annual Academy Awards. Although we were leaning toward Gabourey Sidibe for Precious, we don’t begrudge Bullock for her best actress win. It was obviously the role of a lifetime for Bullock and she played it well.

Amusingly enough, Sandra Bullock was just as gracious accepting a worst actress Razzie Award shortly before the Oscars for her performance in the terrible romantic comedy All About Steve. Bullock even said on the red carpet at the Academy Awards that she would place her Razzie and her Oscar side by side on her mantel if she won. Guess she’ll have to live up to that promise now!

“It’s one of those rare occasions in a lifetime when all the puzzle pieces come together and they work,” Bullock said before the Oscars got underway. “You can’t manufacture that. You can’t plan it. You can’t fix it. It’s sweet — unexpected but very sweet.”

Congrats Sandra! We hope this means you’ll have a lot more meaty scripts to choose from in the future. Not that we don’t love you as the cheese ball hottie that you are, but every now and then it’s nice to see you’ve actually got acting chops under all that charm.

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