BARDEM, SWINTON WIN BEST SUPPORTING OSCARS

Javier Bardem’s psychotic killer in Joel and Ethan Coen’s "No Country for Old Men" translated into Oscar gold for the Spanish star, as did Tilda Swinton’s ethically challenged corporate lawyer role in "Michael Clayton."

"Whoa," Bardem, 38, said at the 80th annual Academy Awards Sunday night, clutching his trophy for Best Supporting Actor. "This is pretty amazing. I have to speak fast here, man."

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