Writing (Original Screenplay) Oscar Goes To Midnight In Paris, Twitter Reacts

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Woody Allen won the Oscar for Writing (Original Screenplay) for Midnight in Paris. The nominees were:

The Artist
Written by Michel Hazanavicius

Bridesmaids
Written by Annie Mumolo & Kristen Wiig

Margin Call
Written by J.C. Chandor

Midnight in Paris
Written by Woody Allen

A Separation
Written by Asghar Farhadi

Here's some reaction from the Twitterverse:

Midnight in Paris clap clap clap #oscars 36 seconds ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® ·  Reply ·  Retweet ·  Favorite · powered by @socialditto

That movie sucked. "@ENews: Midnight in Paris wins Best Original Screenplay! Congrats to Woodey Allen! http://t.co/iNnIABBS #Oscars" 59 seconds ago via Mobile Web ·  Reply ·  Retweet ·  Favorite · powered by @socialditto

Loved Midnight in Paris. Of, course Woody is smart not to show his face. #Oscars #STLParty 1 minute ago via TweetChat ·  Reply ·  Retweet ·  Favorite · powered by @socialditto

It was much more interesting to read that script from THE ARTIST than those lines from MIDNIGHT IN PARIS. #Oscars 1 minute ago via web ·  Reply ·  Retweet ·  Favorite · powered by @socialditto

I loved Midnight in Paris, the atmosphere, the cast, the dialogue. Congratulations to Woody and his personal heroes! #Oscars 1 minute ago via web ·  Reply ·  Retweet ·  Favorite · powered by @socialditto

Congrats to Woody. Loved Midnight in Paris and hope people will revisit some of his older great films. #oscars 2 minutes ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® ·  Reply ·  Retweet ·  Favorite · powered by @socialditto

I was hoping for a Bridesmaids win, but Midnight in Paris makes me feel so good, I can't be sad. #Oscars 2 minutes ago via HootSuite ·  Reply ·  Retweet ·  Favorite · powered by @socialditto

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