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Hilary Swank, Guy LaRoche, 2005 Academy Awards

Check out the gallery below for more throwback pictures from the 2005 Academy Awards:

Lord of War

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Check out the gallery below for more throwback pictures from the 2005 Academy Awards:

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A Collection of 2005 Academy Award Nominated Short Films

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2005 Academy Awards Winners and History Filmsite;

This movie actually has a lot in common with the previous entry on our list. Not only was it released in the same year and also had Helena Bonham Carter on its roster, but both films were up for Best Animated Feature at the 2005 Academy Awards. The only difference? The Curse of the Were-rabbit took home the prize, the first and only stop-motion feature to do so in this category. The plot of the film is pretty self-explanatory, and it’s a fun romp, especially for fans of previous Wallace and Gromit installations.

At the 2005 Academy Awards, "Million Dollar Baby" took home Best Picture that year, while "The Aviator" received the most awards with five. Jamie Foxx was named Best Actor for his role as Ray Charles in "Ray" and Hillary Swank won Best Actress for playing Margaret "Maggie" Fitzgerald in "Million Dollar Baby."

2005 Academy Awards Nominees and Box Office Breakdown

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2005 Academy Awards Nominations and Winners by Category

The 2005 Academy Awards were full of record-breaking wins, including Clint Eastwood becoming the oldest director in Hollywood history to win Best Director, and Cate Blanchett was the first actress to win an Oscar for portraying an Oscar winner, for her role as Katharine Hepburn in “The Aviator.”

The 2005 Academy Awards were full of record-breaking wins, including Clint Eastwood becoming the oldest director in Hollywood history to win Best Director, and Cate Blanchett was the first actress to win an Oscar for portraying an Oscar winner, for her role as Katharine Hepburn in “The Aviator.”