Marcia Gay Harden implies Judi Dench was a sore loser at 2001 Oscars

Marcia Gay Harden says her 2001 Academy Award win for Pollock wasn't celebrated by one of her fellow nominees. The actress reflected on taking home the Best Supporting Actress trophy that year, which was admittedly a surprise victory. So her win — over Judi Dench (Chocolat), Kate Hudson (Almost Famous), Frances McDormand (Almost Famous) and Julie Walters (Billy Elliot) — was a shock, especially to Dench apparently, who Harden suggests "wasn't so happy" about it.