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It was a night for the history books.
The 92nd Academy Awards, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday, Feb. 9, are done and over. And with them, we've got a whole list of history-making moments. And no, we're not just talking about everything South Korean film Parasite pulled off at this year's ceremony.
To start, a handful of nominees made history by breaking Guinness World Records just with their nominations. Sound editor Alan Robert Murray, nominated this year for Joker, broke the record for the most nominations for his work with 10 nods in the category. Martin Scorsese's Best Director nod for The Irishman brought his career tally to nine, the most for a living director. And composer John Williams broke the record for most Oscar nominations for a living person with an astounding 52. Not only that, but he hold the record for the most decades in which he's received nominations, having been nominated in every decade since the 1960s.