在《乌云背后的幸福线》(Silver Linings Playbook)中扮演一个年轻寡妇的劳伦斯获得最佳女主角奖。
《少年派的奇幻漂流》(The Life of Pi)的导演李安获得最佳导演奖。
海瑟薇和瓦尔兹分别因在《悲惨世界》(Les Miserables)和《被解放的姜戈》(Django Unchained)的表演而获得最佳女配角奖和最佳男配角奖。
**Argo Wins Academy Award for Best Picture **
Argo, the film about the Iranian hostage crisis, won the top prize at the Academy Awards Sunday in Los Angeles, beating Lincoln, which was widely expected to win.
Ben Affleck, Argo's director and co-producer, thanked "everyone who had anything to do with the movie" in his acceptance speech.
First lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance from the White House toward the end of the ceremony. She praised the films that were nominated in the best picture category saying "they made us laugh and they made us weep." She then announced the winner, Argo.
Daniel Day Lewis won the best actor Oscar for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln in Lincoln.
Jennifer Lawrence fell on the steps up to the stage to pick up her best acting Oscar for Silver Linings Playbook.
Ang Lee woin the best director prize for The Life of Pi.
Ann Hathaway won the best supporting actress Oscar for her role in the musical Les Miserables, while Christoph Waltz picked up his second Oscar for his supporting role in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained.
The French-language film Amour won the best foreign language Academy Award.
** Secretary of State Kerry Arrives In London**
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in London, at the start of his first official trip overseas since taking over the country's top diplomatic position earlier this month.
Kerry will meet with British Prime Minister David Cameron and Foreign Secretary William Hague Monday before continuing on to Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
The State Department says Syria will be a key topic of discussion when he meets with various international officials in what Kerry described as his "listening tour." He also plans to meet with the leadership of the Syrian opposition coalition during the trip.
While in Berlin, he is expected to meet with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov. Washington and Moscow have divergent stances on how to deal with Syria, and bilateral relations have cooled over U.S. plans to build a missile defense system in Europe.