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Simmons takes home Best Supporting Actor trophy for his performance as the ruthless mentor in 'Whiplash' which is his first Oscar trophy.
'Downton Abbey', 'American Horror Story' and 'Fargo' are among winners at the awards show which also honors notable works in commercial/music video and live theater.
The best original screenplay goes to Wes Anderson's movie and the best adapted screenplay is awarded to Alan Turing biopic.
'The Imitation Game' and 'American Sniper' are also among the movies getting multiple nods at the upcoming 87th annual Academy Awards.
The Michael Keaton-starring flick leads the nominees with thirteen nods, while Richard Linklater's 12-year project and Wes Anderson's flick trail behind.
Winners of this year's selections have been announced with 'Boyhood' taking the top prize and two other nods.
The web-slinging superhero film nabbed an impressive number that landed it at number two as 2014's biggest domestic opener.
The film benefited from the controversy surrounding its biblical element, luring a respectable number of Christians, Catholic Latinos and African Americans.
The 'Grand Budapest Hotel' director also wishes he could write roles for William Powell, Barbara Stanwyck, Clark Gable and Chester Morris.
Ralph Fiennes' Gustave gives the new lobby boy an impromptu interview after the young employee introduced himself to the concierge.
The 'Moonrise Kingdom' actress undergoes a dramatic transformation that makes her look unrecognizable as she plays an old woman who becomes a murder victim.
The dramedy starring Ralph Fiennes and Saoirse Ronan is confirmed to be released Stateside on March 7, 2014.