The increasing diversity of the Oscar winners doesn’t validate its stagnant body of voters.
“This is horribly freaky, you really want to see this?” Yes, please.
“Are you wearing Spanx right now?!”
Jennifer Lawrence, queen of photobombing, was snapped hiding behind a giant Oscar statue at this year’s ceremony. What else does the cheeky actress like to peek out from behind?
Wait a second…that was actually fun!
Even though she didn’t win, J.Law is still the best.
Sure they can act, but what else can they do?!
Director Steve McQueen becomes the first black man to win an Academy Award for Best Picture.
According to this Academy Awards Instagram, they can’t tell the difference between Cruz and Hayek. Update: The original Instagram has been deleted.
And his name was met with tepid applause in an otherwise rousing speech.
Like, it was not even close.
Why wait until the “In Memoriam” segment? RIP.
Damn, Ellen, you just set a VERY HIGH bar for selfies. Update: Ellen’s tweet has just been retweeted more times than any other post on Twitter.
Don’t mess with Lucille Austero.
I mean, if you were hosting the Oscars, wouldn’t you?
12 Years a Slave took home the top honor and Gravity won seven awards.
The Vine celeb added his own charmingly goofy touch to your standard Oscar red carpet banter.
Here’s how to do it in the best way possible.
What did our red carpets even look like before she graced them with her presence?!
It’s baby blue and super pretty.
I spent 21 hours straight in a movie theater watching all nine nominated films and lived to tell the tale. The popcorn butter, it courses through my veins.
“You like me! You really like me!”
“His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy.”
Try to get to Emma Thompson’s level.
Haven’t watched the movies? No worries, you got this.
Podcast stars Ronna and Beverly talk Sandra Bullock, Woody Allen, “Chewie Edge-jew-i-for,” and why American Hustle may be overrated. BuzzFeed’s Jace Lacob, Kate Aurthur, and Adam B. Vary — guests on the latest Ronna and Beverly installment — survive the experience.
These Academy Award winners for Best Production Design may not all be perfect movies, but they’re sure nice to look at. From oldest to newest!