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Oscars: 'Inception' wins for sound editing

SoundEditing "Inception's" Richard King won the Oscar for sound editing at the 83rd Academy Awards on Sunday night.

It was King's fourth Oscar nomination and third win. He previously won the sound editing Oscar for "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" in 2004 and "The Dark Knight" in 2009.

King was competing against Tom Myers and Michael Silvers for "Toy Story 3," Gwendolyn Yates Whittle and Addison Teague for "Tron: Legacy," Skip Lievsay and Craig Berkey for "True Grit" and Mark P. Stoeckinger for "Unstoppable."

The Academy Awards are taking place at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood and are being televised live on ABC. We'll carry all the breaking news and reaction here on Awards Tracker.

-- Nardine Saad

Photo: Richard King won for "Inception." Credit: Getty Images.

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Tuned in long enough to see Matthew McConaghey's day-old stubble (sp?) and Scarlett Johanssen's bed head make their presentation for sound editing...we see enough anti-glamour at Wal-mart, thank you very much. I'm outta here.



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