Guillermo del Toro secretly divorced wife previous year

Guillermo del Toro secretly divorced wife previous year

Carla Harmon
March 9, 2018

Meanwhile, del Toro won best director and Alexandre Desplat won best original score.

Congratulations to The Shape Of Water on winning four Oscars this year, including those for Best Picture and Best Director, but we feel that in years to come, this will not be the major talking point of the movie's success.

The movie about a mute cleaning woman who falls in love with a odd river creature - a fable about the mistreatment of the powerless - had gone into the ceremony with a leading 13 nominations, and won a total of four Academy Awards.

The 86-year-old icon made something old something new again when she wore the same floral gown she did to the ceremony 56 years ago, when she took home best supporting actress for West Side Story.

Dale said it felt like "the longest five seconds" of his life as he waited for the best-picture envelope to be opened. "I'm very, very proud".

Dale was able to squeeze in some praise for del Toro after host Jimmy Kimmel approached him and asked what he wanted to say. "The universe has a way of taking care of the good people, you know what I mean?" she said, tweaking Seacrest's chin.

"I've said it to everybody that needs to hear it from me, so the other 220 million people don't matter".

"I've got a story".

She was delighted to be back on stage however, giving the prizes for Best Costume Design to Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson's fashion-world psychodrama.

"I felt like my speech was two words and it was unambiguous in terms of whose speech was the shortest of the night".

"The Shape of Water" on Sunday won top honours at the Oscars including the coveted best picture statuette, bringing the curtain down on a Hollywood awards season overshadowed by scandal over sexual misconduct in showbiz. While the bare bones of it is a deeply unconventional love story between a mute woman and an uncannily man-like water creature, the reality of the story is a delicate fairy tale about why we fall in love, and why love can make us do things that we wouldn't ordinarily do.

"You feel like the marathon runner who runs 20 miles and you can't feel your legs anymore, and you run into the stadium and the crowd is cheering and you hit the tape".

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