Cillian Murphy wins best actor Oscar for Oppenheimer

Cillian Murphy is the first Irishman to win the award for best actor, while Oppenheimer won the Oscar.

The film dominated the debates and won the awards for best film, best director for Christopher Nolan and Best Supporting Actor. Robert Downey Jr. actor

Murphy was named Best Actor for his acclaimed portrayal of theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer.

The actor said he was "overwhelmed" by the win, adding: "I'm a very proud Irishman here tonight."

He thanked Nolan and the company Emma Thomas production for "the craziest, most emotional, most creative experience you'll ever have." "lived. You accepted me."

Murphy also paid tribute to " every member of the cast and crew, you helped me get through this."

He concluded: "We made a film about the man who created the atomic bomb and, for better or worse, we all live in Oppenheimer's world, so I want to dedicate it to peacemakers everywhere the world."

During the Oppenheimer ceremony received a total of seven awards, while Poor Things won four (including Best Actress for Emma Stone) and The Zone of Interest won two.

Downey Jr. won Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of the American government official Lewis Strauss in "Oppenheimer". 

The actor joked afterwards receiving the award: "I would like to thank my terrible childhood and academia, in that order.

“I needed this job more than he needed me,” he continued. “To that end, I stand before you as a better man.”

The star also paid tribute to his wife Susan Downey, who she said she found telling him he was a "grumpy pet," adding that "he loved me more than anything, that's why I'm here."

Downey Jr., most famous During his run as Marvel's Iron Man, made a comeback very successful. He succeeded in Hollywood after having had serious drug problems for two years. decades ago and he was serving a prison sentence for failing court-ordered drug tests. Court.

He finished his speech, tell the public: “What we do is meaningful and what we do matters. »