Billie DEilish has a great number of big records in her carreir. She take Oscar for her movie “No Time To Die”. She is the first person who born in 21st century to win an Academy Award.
Although at the age of 20, he is not the youngest songwriter. Czech-Icelandic singer-songwriter Merceta Irglova, who co-wrote “Slow Down” for the film “Once Upon a Time” with Glenn Hansard, was four days away from being 20 years old at the February 2008 event.
If “No Time to Die” had been published on schedule in 2020 and Hilsa had been nominated and won, she would have been 19 years and two months old if the Oscars had gone as usual in February 2021. And he still lived. A few months of small-scale snatching from Irglova, which finally took place in April.
Eilish and O’Connell are also the first sibling songwriting pair to win Best Original Song since the legendary team of Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman, who won for “Chim Chim Cher-ee” from “Mary Poppins” in 1965.
“No Time to Die” has been lapping up awards for more than a year, notching a Grammy win in March 2021 and a Golden Globe in January.
An incredulous Eilish showed off the Oscar, exclaiming, “Whoa. Oh my God. You guys! This is so unbelievable, I could scream!”
Finneas, meanwhile, quipped, “Last thing, we want to thank our parents who have always been our biggest inspirations and our heroes. We love you as parents and we love you as real people too. Thank you to the Academy. We promise not to lose these.”
In the week leading up to the 94th Oscars, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present a series of public programs celebrating this year’s nominees in the Animated Feature Film.
Documentary Feature, Documentary Short Subject, International Feature Film, Makeup and Hairstyling, and Animated and Live Action Short Film categories. All events will be held at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.
Public programming for 2022 Oscar Week is made possible in part by the Ruderman Family Foundation, which promotes authentic representation in the entertainment industry and full inclusion of people with disabilities throughout all sectors of society.