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Reese Witherspoon Grabs Jennifer Aniston's Butt On The Oscars Red Carpet

Jennifer Aniston may have been passed over for an Oscar nomination this year, but she still managed to look like she was having a good time on the red carpet Sunday night. Part of the spring in her step could have been due to the fact that she was surrounded by pals like Emma Stone and Reese Witherspoon, who was feeling a little frisky that evening. Show More Summary

The Oscar's 'Meta-Film' Bias and What This Says About Human Nature

For the third time in four years, the Oscar for Best Picture has gone to a film about film -- a "meta-film" if you will. In 2011, The Artist examined film and art from behind the scenes and last year, Birdman did the same with a darker...Show More Summary

This Year's Oscar Speeches Focused On Social Activism In A Meaningful Way

Oscars' acceptance speeches are typically so predictable that Vulture even made a plausible Mad Libs game to generate them. But this year, the actors' messages were among the Oscars' shining moments, thanks to passionate words from Patricia Arquette, Graham Moore and John Legend, among others. Show More Summary

Cher Criticizes Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson Over Not Vetoing State's Anti-LGBT Bill

The impact of Arkansas' new anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) bill isn't lost on Cher. The legendary singer-actress, 68, took to Twitter to express her frustrations with Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who has said heShow More Summary

Stephen Hawking Is 'Very Proud Of' Eddie Redmayne For Oscar Win

Eddie Redmayne won the Oscar for Best Actor Sunday night for his portrayal of Professor Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything." Following his win, Hawking took to Facebook to share a sweet note: Post by Stephen Hawking. In his acceptance speech, an excited Redmayne dedicated his award to those who have inspired him. Show More Summary

Watch Neil Patrick Harris Flub All The Names At The Oscars

Neil Patrick Harris swung and missed a few times during Sunday's Oscars ceremony, butchering a few stars' names in the process. Though he could torture Octavia Spencer all night with a box, Harris couldn't quite pronounce David Oyelowo,...Show More Summary

This New 'Mad Men' Trailer Was Better Than The Oscars

"Birdman" may have won Best Picture at Sunday's Oscars, but give us this new trailer for "Mad Men" instead. (Maybe it can win in 2016?) Using Don Draper's famous Kodak pitch from the Season 1 finale ("Teddy told me that in Greek, 'nostalgia'...Show More Summary

Naomi Watts Says She Didn't Eat Much Before The Oscars

During a red carpet interview with Ryan Seacrest, Naomi Watts said, "I’m hungry on days like today because you usually have starved yourself."

Sadie Robertson, 'Duck Dynasty' Star, Walked In New York Fashion Week Again

Watch out Kendall, there's another reality star on the rise. Sadie Robertson, the 17-year-old star of A&E's hit reality show "Duck Dynasty," walked in Sherri Hill's New York Fashion Week show on February 19. Robertson made her modeling...Show More Summary

9 Classic Movie Quotes Reimagined By A Very, Very Pregnant Lady

When you're pregnant and your due date sails by with no baby in sight, everyone, it seems, has something to say about it. Take a walk, they tell you. Try evening primrose oil. Sleep (as if you could), relax (ha!) and enjoy these final...Show More Summary

How Hollywood's Biggest Stars Party After The Biggest Night Of The Year

This year's Oscars ceremony may have seemed interminable, but for many of the stars in attendance it was just prologue to a night of parties. The first stop after the show is always the Governors Ball, which is hosted by the Academy and takes place just an escalator ride up from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood where the Oscars' ceremony is held. Show More Summary

Sofia Vergara, Mindy Kaling And More Pose For Vanity Fair Oscar Party Portrait Studio

The Vanity Fair Oscar Party was a glamorous sign-off to the Oscars and the 2015 awards season. Celebs stepped out in droves to attend the bash held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles Sunday night. Sofia...Show More Summary

Alejandro González Iñárritu Thought Sean Penn's Green-Card Joke Was 'Hilarious'

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sean Penn's remark about Mexican-born Oscar-winner Alejandro Inarritu's immigration status at the end of Sunday's Academy Awards telecast struck many as an insult, but the director says it was nothing more than a brutal...Show More Summary

I Saw Roger Ebert at the Oscars -- Did You?

When I went to see the Oscar-nominated Selma directed by Ava DuVernay, I wondered what Roger Ebert would think of it. What kind of review would he write? How would he write it? What personal experiences would he bring to it? It's these types of questions I always ask myself when I go to the movies. Show More Summary

'Imitation Game' Writer Graham Moore Wanted To 'Say Something Meaningful' During Oscars Speech

In what was easily the most moving Oscar speech of the night, winning screenwriter Graham Moore discussed suicide awareness. "I tried to commit suicide at 16 and now I'm standing here," Moore said after accepting the Oscar for Best Adapted...Show More Summary

Big Bird Spoofs 'Birdman' As Caroll Spinney Is Stalked By His Alter Ego

Michael Keaton isn't the only Birdman. Caroll Spinney might be the original Birdman since he's been playing Big Bird on "Sesame Street" since 1969. In a new viral video clip, he's haunted by the presence of his iconic alter ego. "How did we get here?" the voice of Big Bird asks. Show More Summary

Idina Menzel Calls John Travolta 'Glom Gazingo' At This Year's Oscars

The wickedly talented Idina Menzel got back at John Travolta for his gaffe at last year's Oscars. During this year's ceremony, Menzel invited Travolta to the stage by calling him Glom Gazingo. "I deserve that," Travolta said, before saying Menzel's name right. "That was so good!" Menzel said. Watch the interaction below. For a full list of Oscar winners, head here.

These Are The 2015 Oscars' Most GIF-able Moments

There was Questlove drumming. There was Meryl cheering. There was Oprah. Here are our favorite GIFs from the evening, courtesy of Giphy: When Patricia Arquette delivered a powerful acceptance speech And Meryl Streep and J.Lo were behind...Show More Summary

'Birdman' Wins Best Picture At The 2015 Oscars

One of the haziest Best Picture races in recent memory has been settled: "Birdman" took home the grand prize at Sunday's Oscars. Alejandro González Iñárritu's tale of a washed-up actor's attempt to stage a career renaissance topped "American...Show More Summary

Julianne Moore Wins Best Actress At The 2015 Oscars

Julianne Moore won Best Actress at Sunday's Oscars for her performance in "Still Alice." Moore beat Felicity Jones ("The Theory of Everyting"), Marion Cotillard ("Two Days, One Night"), Reese Witherspoon ("Wild") and Rosamund Pike ("Gone Girl) for the award. Show More Summary

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