Ludwig Göransson was honored with his second Academy Award for his score for Christopher Nolan’s drama Oppenheimer at tonight’s 96th Oscar ceremony. He previously won his first Oscar for his music from Marvel’s Black Panther in 2019 and was also nominated last year for the song Lift Me Up from its sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Check out his acceptance speech after the jump. The other nominated composers in the Original Score category were Jerskin Fendrix (Poor Things) Laura Karpman (American Fiction), John Williams (Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny) and Robbie Robertson (Killers of the Flower Moon).

In the Original Song category, Billie EilishFinneas O’Connell won their second Academy Award for the song What Was I Made For? from Greta Gerwig’s Barbie. They previously won an Oscar for the title song from the James Bond song No Time to Die.