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Patricia Arquette Wins Best Supporting Actress for Boyhood

Patricia Arquette took home the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in Boyhood.

“Thank you to the Academy, to my beautiful, powerful nominees,” said Arquette at the Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles on Sunday in acceptance of her award.

The award, one of the most coveted of the evening, was presented to her by Jared Leto. This is the first Oscar of her career.

Here's Who Facebook Thinks Should Win the Oscars

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Well, if you’re not the betting type, please excuse this very important inside information we have from Facebook.

The monolithic site looked at mentions of the nominated actors, actresses and films over the two weeks preceding the ceremony and shared the data with PEOPLE. Below, here’s who Facebook’s 750 million-plus users think are going to win – or, failing that, who should win by popular vote – at the Oscars.

Boyhood's Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke Reveal Their Humble Beginnings (VIDEO)

Watch These Kids Reenact The Best Picture Nominees (VIDEO)

If you’ve ever wanted to see a small child step into the role of America’s most deadly sniper, here’s your chance.

CineFix and have brought the Internet this kind of adorable, kind of unnerving clip, in which children of various ages reenact scenes from the Academy Awards Best Picture nominees.

Patricia Arquette Googled Her Oscar Nomination

Patricia Arquette is still wrapping her head around her Oscar nomination.

“It was so surreal I really felt like I was in a weird dream,” the Boyhood actress, who’s nominated for Best Supporting Actress, told reporters at the Oscars Nominees luncheon on Monday. “I don’t know how I’m going to feel [at the Oscars]. I hope I don’t faint!”

Patricia Arquette Wins the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

Patricia Arquette took home the Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role on Sunday for her performance in Boyhood, beating the likes of other talented actors.

Arquette thanked her Boyhood family: “Ethan Hawke, for your fierce commitment, Ellar Coltrane for your purity, Lorelei Linklater for your strength and vulnerability [and director] Richard Linklater for showing me the beauty of this human experience and how we all matter.”

Boyhood Wins the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, Drama

The final award on Hollywood’s big night was handed to Boyhood, which won the Golden Globe for best motion picture, drama, on Sunday.

“To our great cast, our great family, thank you very much,” said director Richard Linklater, who accepted the prize on behalf of the film – and won best director for the film earlier in the show.

IFC Films president Jonathan Sehring, who funded the movie, also spoke and thanked Linklater for dedicating more than 12 years to the project.

Richard Linklater Wins the Golden Globe for Best Director, Motion Picture

Richard Linklater won the Golden Globe award for best director, motion picture, on Sunday night for Boyhood.

“This was a very personal film for me,” said Linklater, who filmed the movie over the course of 12 years. “I feel like we made that connection.”

The award was presented by Harrison Ford at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

Linklater was up against Ava DuVernay for Selma, Wes Anderson for The Grand Budapest Hotel, Alejandro Gonzãlez Iñérritu for Birdman and David Fincher for Gone Girl.

Patricia Arquette Wins the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

Victory is sweet for Patricia Arquette, who won the award for best supporting actress in a motion picture on Sunday night.

Arquette thanked the producers who “wouldn’t see a profit for 13 years” while accepting the prize for her role in Boyhood. The film was a 12-year project.

The award was presented by Jared Leto at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.