Oscars 2013: 'Zero Dark Thirty' and 'Skyfall' Tied for Sound Editing Award
Still ongoing at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood & Highland Center, the 2013 Oscars continued to reveal more of its winners following a tribute to the musical session. John Travolta, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jennifer Hudson and the cast of "Les Miserables" all worked on their pipes to give the best performances for the tribute session.
After the tribute, "Les Mis" claimed its second award during the night as it won the Oscar for Best Sound Mixing. Meanwhile, "Zero Dark Thirty (2012)" and "Skyfall" are tied for the Best Sound Editing award, marking the first Oscar during the night for both movies.
"Les Mis" claimed another Oscar as Anne Hathaway was crowned with the Best Supporting Actress title. She took her golden statuette from last year's Supporting Actor winner Christopher Plummer.
"It came true," Hathaway gushed before thanking Jackman and the rest of "Les Mis" team. "Here's hoping that someday in the not-too-distant future, the misfortunes of Fantine will only be found in stories and nevermore in real life," she closed her speech.
Hosted by Seth MacFarlane, the 85th annual Academy Awards has "music in movie" for its theme. The show is currently broadcast live on the ABC Television Network in more than 225 countries.
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