The actress had a jam-packed Oscar night. In addition to helping open the show by performing a dance number and presenting an award, the 37-year-old beauty assisted a man who suffered a seizure on the red carpet.Read More »from Charlize Theron assists security guard who suffered seizure at Oscars
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- Suzy Byrne | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Mon, Feb 25, 2013 10:39 AM EST
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It Started Off Well Enough …
"And the quest to make Tommy Lee Jones laugh begins," first-time Oscar host Seth MacFarlane said to open the 85th Oscar ceremony.
And Then …Read More »from Oscars best and worst moments: Michelle Obama, Seth MacFarlane, Jennifer Lawrence’s stumble
Through a 16-minute long session that included sock puppets (for real), a tap-dancing Harry Potter, a song about actress' boobs, politically incorrect jokes about Chris Brown and Rihanna, Don Cheadle and Quentin Tarantino, a Captain Kirk-ed William Shatner (for real), an admittedly graceful dance by Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum, and what felt like a little infomercial for a MacFarlane album of standards, the newbie host had us wondering what kind of trippy scene we'd tuned in to.
- Taryn Ryder | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Mon, Feb 25, 2013 4:17 AM EST
Amy Adams, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Charlize Theron (WireImage)What’s going on at the Governors Ball, one of the hottest Oscars afterparties in Hollywood? omg! has a reporter on the scene filling us in. Check out our timeline to get the scoop on how the stars are letting loose.Read More »from What are the stars up to inside the Governors Ball?
Blink and you missed some of the more awkward moments of this year’s Academy awards. Others happened behind-the-scenes. Luckily, they were all caught on camera so we could re-visit them. Again and again.
Seth MacFarlane: "I Saw Your Boobs" song and dance
In one of the least classy and possibly most uncomfortable moments of the evening, host Seth McFarlane executed a production number titled "I Saw Your Boobs." On the Oscars. Yes, really.Read More »from Oscar night’s most awkward moments
- Thelma Adams | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Mon, Feb 25, 2013 3:26 AM EST
You know that season-long victory march "Argo" completed on Sunday night? It wasn't nearly as easy as it looked.
In fact, before Ben Affleck's crowd-pleasing project walked away with Best Picture at the 85th Academy Awards, it had to catch a ride on a perfect storm of timing, talent and a healthy quotient of old-fashioned Hollywood luck.
"Argo," the jaunty tale of the CIA's rescue of American foreign-Nopservice workers in Iran with a little help from a Hollywood B-Movie team, began its long Oscar voyage with a strong showing at the Telluride Film Festival last fall. And while it went on to collect positive reviews and more than $130 million at the box office, it may be the things Affleck's film didn't do that really made the difference.Read More »from “Argo” sails, “Lincoln” slips — how Team Affleck rode perfect storm to Oscar gold
- Bryan Enk | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Mon, Feb 25, 2013 3:09 AM EST
You'd think that Kristen Stewart and Daniel Radcliffe taking the stage would conjure a lot of fan excitement -- after all, it isn't very often that Bella Swan and Harry Potter are seen in public together, much less as presenters at a major awards ceremony. However, there was just something about K.Stew being at the Oscars that brought on the bile in the twitter-verse … mostly involving her appearance.
Radcliffe got away unscathed (he usually does), but it was open season on Stewart as she showed up at the 85th Annual Academy Awards sporting her trademark facial expression that somehow manages to convey both disinterest and condescension … and on a set of crutches.Read More »from Kristen Stewart does the Oscars with Daniel Radcliffe and brings out the Twitter hate
- Matt McDaniel | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Mon, Feb 25, 2013 2:55 AM EST
Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis (Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
Oscar host Seth MacFarlane got plenty of groans from the audience for jokes that crossed the line of good taste, but the line that really upset people wasn't said on stage. It was a satirical tweet from famous fake news source The Onion, and it started a firestorm of protest on Twitter.Read More »from The Onion draws fire for offensive tweet about young Oscar nominee
- Matt Donnelly | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Mon, Feb 25, 2013 2:21 AM EST
Elton John and Chris Brown (Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)While Seth MacFarlane was making jokes from the Academy Awards' stage at Chris Brown's expense, the hip-hop star was making the scene at Elton John's Oscar viewing party.
After mingling with host Elton John himself, Brown held court with a smoking crowd outside the restrooms discussing his latest album and the photographers he'd like to use for its various promo shoots. Entertaining two girls and two guys, Brown seemed content to stay on the fringe of the big screening -- one that saw a major reaction to the show's original song performances by Adele and Barbra Streisand.Read More »from Chris Brown makes some new friends at Elton John’s Oscar soiree
- Bryan Enk | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Mon, Feb 25, 2013 2:13 AM EST
Call it the office-pool buster. Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" surprised many by scoring a leading four Oscars on Sunday night, including a jaw-dropper for est Director.
The movie, considered unfilmable before Lee brought it to theaters, also took home Best Cinematography, Visual Effects, and Original Score.
But despite its strong box office ($113 million in the United States, $470 million internationally), "Life of Pi" seemed a long shot to outscore favorites like "Argo" and "Lincoln" heading into tonight.
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With that in mind, here are five things you need to know about the adventure of an Indian boy and a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker, lost together at sea.
1. Fox 2000 executive Elizabeth Gabler acquired the rights to Yann Martel's 2001 best-seller in 2003. Several A-list directors were attached to the project at one point or another, including M. Night Shyamalan ("The Sixth Sense"), Alfonso Cuaron ("Children of Men") and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amelie").Read More »from ‘Life of Pi’ surprise — five essential facts about Ang Lee’s Oscar-leading film