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Yeah, J.Law bit it on the way to the stage to grab her Oscar for Best Actress. But if it had to happen to anyone, at least it was the girl Hollywood has come to adore for being utterly normal and aware of just how human she is. And hey, it could have been worse. [Read More]
Adele choked up as she accepted the Oscar for Best Song. But if Anne Hathaway earned a statue for her single-shot singing in Les Miserables, then perhaps Adele should have also been in contention for her performance on Sunday. The British crooner said during the red-carpet pre-show that her dress weighs 15 kilograms — or [Read More]
The Academy Award for sound editing ended in a tie this year, marking the third time in history a hung jury has awarded two gold statues. Mark Wahlberg and Ted, the animated teddy bear brought to life by Oscar host Seth MacFarlane this summer, announced the surprise to the crowd Sunday evening, drawing a groan [Read More]
Searching for Sugar Man just won the Academy Award for best documentary film. Sure, you may not be familiar with the 86-minute long documentary, but it’s worth checking out. Watch the 60 Minutes clip above, which delves into the quest to make the movie, and the life of a legend who didn’t know he was [Read More]
Ladies and gentlemen, the first kilt sighting of the evening: Mark Andrews, accepting the Academy Award for his film Brave. The cartoon, which tells the story of a fiery-haired Scottish princess on a quest to bring her family together after a magic spell goes horribly wrong, nabbed the award for best animated feature. “I just [Read More]
Two of the first jokes fired off Seth MacFarlane’s lips at the Oscars fell flat Sunday night. The first off-color jibe was made at Rihanna and Chris Brown’s expense, while the second barb targeted Mel Gibson. The Gibson joke, when McFarlane said the reason there were so many n-bombs in the script for Django Unchained [Read More]