The studio dropped a sizzle reel teasing its upcoming slate of superhero films.
Zhao won best director and best picture for "Nomadland" but you wouldn't know it by the response of her nation of birth.
“I did not expect to get this award. I really didn't.” Anthony Hopkins surprisingly won Best Actor over presumed front-runner Chadwick Boseman.
The "Nomadland" director follows Kathryn Bigelow, who became the only female winner in the category in 2010 for "The Hurt Locker."
Until this year, only five women had ever been nominated for the Best Director Oscar in 93 years.
Linda May and Charlene Swankie had never acted before. Now they’re in an Oscar front-runner opposite Frances McDormand.
In terms of Best Picture candidates, it doesn't get much better than Chloé Zhao's gentle travelogue starring Frances McDormand.
Chloe Zhao, Emerald Fennell, and Regina King are all up for Best Director, making it the first time in the show's tenure that more than one woman was nominated in the category.