HOLLYWOOD: "Oppenheimer" swept the board on Sunday at the Oscars, Hollywood's biggest night of the year, with seven awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, crowning a triumphant year for filmmaker Christopher Nolan.

Nolan's masterful drama about the father of the atomic bomb, half of last summer's massive "Barbenheimer" phenomenon, also bagged acting prizes for lead Cillian Murphy and supporting actor Robert Downey Jr.

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