The 2019 Oscars marked the 91st edition of the biggest night in the film industry. This years’ awards were full of surprises, with unexpected wins in several of the major categories. Olivia Colman and Rami Malek scooped the major acting prizes, while Green Book triumphed in the Best Picture category. Here is a list of all the winners: Best picture: Green Book Best director: Alfonso Cuaron – Roma Best actor: Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody Best actress: Olivia Colman – The Favourite Best supporting actor: Mahershala Ali – Green Book Best supporting actress: Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk Best Original Screenplay: Green Book Best Adapted Screenplay: BlacKkKlansman Best Animated Feature Film: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Best Original Score: Black Panther Best Original Song: Shallow – A Star Is Born Best Production Design: Black Panther Best Visual Effects: First Man Best Makeup & Hairstyling: Vice Best Costume Design: Black Panther Best Cinematography: Roma Best Sound Editing: Bohemian Rhapsody Best Sound Mixing: Bohemian Rhapsody Best Foreign Language Film: Roma Best Feature Documentary: Free Solo Hale County This Morning, This Evening Best Film Editing: Bohemian Rhapsody Best Animated Short: Bao Best Short Documentary: Period. End Of Sentence. Best Short: Skin How the Oscars ran without a host Kevin Hart’s decision to step down as host following a row about historic homophobic tweets left event organisers in a bit of a pickle. Their decision to run the show without a host worked to a degree, although the event perhaps lacked a personal touch. Queen, fronted by Adam Lambert, opened the show with a medley of hits that struggled to get the crowd going and the lack of a host led to proceedings feeling a little rushed. The presenters of each award tried to do their bit to keep things ticking along, but a big-name host such as Jimmy Kimmel would have added much more sparkle to this year’s Oscars. ABC’s biggest concern will be whether the absence of a host had a significant effect on television ratings. If it did, expect to see a major star hosting the event in 2020. Surprises galore at the 2019 Oscars Most Academy Awards events throw up a few surprises and it was certainly no different in 2019. Many pundits had tipped Roma or A Star is Born to win Best Picture, but Green Book sneaked up on the rails to surprise the front-runners. Bradley Cooper would have been hoping for a better night than he enjoyed, with Shallow’s selection as Best Original Song scant reward for his stellar efforts on A Star is Born. Arguably the biggest surprise was Bohemian Rhapsody claiming four awards. While Rami Malek was a fine choice as Best Actor, the rest of the film felt a little underwhelming in comparison with some of its rivals. Makers of The Favourite might also feel aggrieved after picking up just one award from 10 nominations. Olivia Colman’s Best Actress award was a huge surprise, particularly with many bookmakers predicting Glenn Close was a certainty to win the prize. Close still remains the most nominated living actor never to win an Oscar and she must be wondering what she has to do to get her hands on one. Highlights of the 2019 Oscars Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga gave an intimate performance of Shallow from A Star is Born that will live long in the memory. The chemistry between them sent the internet into meltdown, although Cooper’s wife seemed perfectly relaxed about the whole thing when the pair returned to their seats. Cooper had encouraged Gaga to “drop a little bit of joy” with their performance of the song and it is fair to say they did just that. Saturday Night Live stars Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler were the first presenters of the evening and left the crowd in stitches before introducing the Actress in a Supporting Role category. Olivia Colman gave the best acceptance speech, getting a standing ovation after giving a hugely respectful nod to Glenn Close. Anyone who watched Bohemian Rhapsody will have noticed Mike Myers dropping a subtle reference to his classic headbanging scene in Wayne’s World and he took it to another level at the Oscars. He was joined on stage by co-star Dana Carvey and the pair delighted the audience by reciting numerous famous lines from the iconic film. However, the Cooper and Gaga duet was the standout moment of the Oscars – don’t be surprised to see them starring in another film together in the future. What to expect at the Oscars next year Predicting the Oscar winners nearly 12 months in advance is an almost impossible task, particularly with the event’s penchant for throwing up a surprise or two. Despite this, Tom Hanks looks an excellent early pick to end his Oscars drought with his role as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood. Hanks won back-to-back prizes for Philadelphia and Forrest Gump in the 1990s, but he has been empty-handed since then. However, he is the perfect casting for the role of Rogers, the enduring American television icon who charmed family audiences with his long-running show Mister Rogers’ Neighbourhood. Quentin Tarantino could also enjoy success with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, his colourful look at 1969 Tinseltown around the time of the notorious Manson Family murders. With a cast including Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino and Margot Robbie, big things are expected of the film. The success of Bohemian Rhapsody in 2019 has sparked talk that another biopic could hit the bookmakers hard next year. Rocketman focuses on the early career of Elton John and has already been heralded as a classic by the legendary singer himself. Toy Story 4 and Yesterday are other major film releases scheduled for this year that could make a major splash at the 2020 Oscars. Best Picture – The winner “Green Book” This year’s competition for Best Picture is certain to be hotly contested and will be a popular market for people looking at Oscars betting. A Star is Born, If Beale Street Could Talk, First Man, Black Panther and Vice will be amongst the favourites, while BlacKkKlansman, The Favourite, Roma, Green Book and Widows could also be in the running.