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It was a strike for '12 Years a Slave' as both the movie and the lead stars went home with a trophy each.
Steve McQueen was caught on camera during the Oscars giving fake applause when John Ridley was declared winner of Best Adapted Screenplay.
The Best Picture winner at 2014 Academy Awards is expected to play in more than 1,000 theaters across the country this coming weekend.
'Gravity' takes home a total of seven gongs, while 'American Hustle' and 'The Wolf of Wall Street' get none at the Academy Awards.
'12 Years a Slave' became the day's big winner with five nods, followed by 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'Nebraska' with two each.
Over in the television world, 'Breaking Bad' was named Best Drama Series along with acting nods for cast Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.
In her acceptance speech, supporting actress in motion picture winner Lupita Nyong'o called it 'a historical year in film'.
The historical drama film nabs eight trophies from the 14th annual awards show, including best picture, Outstanding Actor for Chiwetel Ejiofor and Outstanding Director for Steve McQueen.
The Producers Guild of America chooses two winners for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures, marking the first tie in the history of the PGAs.
Armond White is expelled from NYFCC after he called McQueen 'an embarrassing doorman and garbage man' during an awards-giving event last week.
The Weinstein Company dominates with 17 nods, thanks to 'Lee Daniels' The Butler', 'Fruitvale Station' and 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom'.
The Sandra Bullock starrer gets the attention from the British Academy Film, being nominated in the main categories such as Best Film, Best Actress and Best Director.