Disney/Pixar Takes Four Awards on Oscar Night
by, 02-27-2011 at 11:23 PM
On a night when [I]The King's Speech[/I] reigned over the Academy Awards, Disney and Pixar performed royally, winning a total of four Oscars, two each for [I]Toy Story 3[/I] and [I]Alice in Wonderland[/I].
As expected, [I]Toy Story 3[/I] won for Best Animated Feature, beating out [I]How to Train Your Dragon[/I] and [I]The Illusionist[/I]. It also won Best Original Song for [I]We Belong Together[/I], written by Randy Newman. It was Newman's second win out of twenty nominations in his prolific career. His only previous win was for 2001's [I]If I Didn't Have You[/I] from [I]Monsters, Inc.[/I]
[I]Alice in Wonderland[/I] took home the gold statuettes in two of the three categories it was nominated for, winning for Art Direction and Costume Design.
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