All the stars came out for the 86th Academy Awards, but only a few went home with a trophy. Fox Searchlight took Best Picture for its harrowing "12 Years a Slave", which also won for Best Adapted Screenplay. Time Warner studio Warner Bros. was the winner by quantity, receiving 7 gongs for its technical masterpiece "Gravity." Disney's "Frozen" won for best animated feature and best original song for "Let It Go," the film's viral anthem. But Twitter was a loser after going dark on heavy traffic.

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