Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) won it's first Oscars

Finally, It's good news for MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). Actually, DC Universe (Detective Comics Extended Universe) beat Marvel Cinematic Universe in Oscars when Suicide Squad release in 2016 for Best Makeup & Hairstyling but now MCU won it's three Oscars.
  1. Best Costume Design
  2. Best Production Design
  3. Best Original Score
Black Panther is the very first movie who won Oscars for MCU. 

1) Ruth E. Carter - Costume Designer from Black Panther

2) Hannah Beachler - Production Designer

These two are the first winners in their respective categories. Ruth E. Carter was in second in odds behind 'The Favourite'. She gave a very emotional speech. 
Hannah Beachler was the first nominee in Best Production Designer. Her vibrant & futuristic look brought Wakanda to Life.
The structure of  Wakanda is completely fabulous. The concept, design are the best part of it. It can attract attention very easily.

3) Ludwig Goransson - Composer

Ludwig Goransson won a Grammy for his “Black Panther” score, and Record and Song of the Year for “This Is America”. He won the Best Original Score Award.

Marvel Cinematic Universe lost it's other five bids which include the picture, sound editing, sound mixing, original song for “Black Panther” and visual effects for “Avengers: Infinity War”. 
MCU has the bulk of the nominations in Oscars in Visual Effects but since Spider-Man 2 any superhero movie hasn't won that award category.

In other section From Animated Movies, Marvel won Oscars for Spider-man: Into The Spider-Verse.

A mind-bending film about multiple spider heroes from multiple universes gives SONY Pictures it's First Oscars in Animated Features. A category that has been dominated by Disney for its 18-year experience.

Peter Ramsey - African-American Director

Peter Ramsey became the first African - American Director to win an Oscars for Animated Feature. He stood on stage with fellow directors Rodney Rothman, Bob Persichetti along with Christopher Miller & Phil Lord (Co-Producer & Co-Writer).

Ramsey says, "It was a film to all humans that have potential to be Heroes. This was a huge responsibility. We knew how important it was going to be for Black kids and Latino Kids, you know, kids who can be there best selves no matter who they are. We are gratified that people are receiving this story".

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