Regina King, supporting actress for If Beale Street Could Talk (also Shannon Dill at the end there, producer for best documentary Free Solo)
Because I always found this bit of the Oscars fun (plus the looks on the winners' faces are wonderful), here are some of last night's winners watching as their Oscars get their plaques engraved. This happens after the ceremony at the Governors' Ball (also where that stupid clip of Rami wasting champagne came from, as you can see under the cut).
Winners get plaque-less trophies when they win (hence why the black base of the statue is blank), and afterwards they go to get it engraved. Also pretty sure they make plaques of all nominees beforehand and probably just melt the losers' plaques? Oh well.
Hannah Beachler, the first African-American to win best production design, tears up as her Oscar is engraved: "I did my best, and my best is good enough" https://t.co/PjIRQbnhxp #Oscars pic.twitter.com/cf3DVbjPn4— Variety (@Variety) February 25, 2019
Hannah Beachler, production design winner for Black Panther
Mahershala Ali (maybe he should get a tag here by now?), supporting actor for Green Book
Rami Malek, lead actor for Bohemian Rhapsody
Spike Lee, adapted screenplay for BlackkKlansman
Lady Gaga and Mark Ronson, original song for A Star is Born
If you see any I missed, lemme know!