They’re true vocal royalty.
They’re true vocal royalty.
In 1853, the New York Times misspelled the last name of Solomon Northup, whose memoir was adapted into the Oscar-winning movie, 12 Years a Slave.
Oh dear :(
Fab or drab?
Every year, The Razzies honor the worst cinematic achievements. But not all ignoble offerings are created equal — in fact, some movies are so bad, they’re good! And these are BuzzFeed’s favorite films that fall into that category.
The snarkiest tweets from Oscar Sunday? Check. Drunk twit-pics of famous people from the Oscar after-parties? Check. Sad Matthew Lillard tweeting about his Oscar loss? Check, check, and check! Your complete roundup of Oscar tweets, inside.
Posh and Becks. TomKat. Don and Betty Draper. Kate Upton — and every Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model for the past three years, for that matter. Though everybody looked just lovely on the Oscar red carpet, all the famous people you really care about showed up to the Vanity Fair after-party instead. Herewith, 100 photos of A-listers ready to party the night away.
You know how the camera pans to every nominee of a category as the winner is being announced? Here are 10 GIFs of those who won and lost in the categories of Best Actor and Best Actress. H/T to Rich Juzwiak and Bobby Finger for the great idea.
This concerns me. Tim Gunn was one of ABC’s pre-Oscars red carpet correspondents. Unfortunately, Gunn’s intros and outros—along with basically every other part of his performance—weren’t quite as ravishingly fabulous as the famous women he had the privilege of interviewing.
When photographers are taking pictures from every angle imaginable, even the prettiest of celebrities aren’t immune to a wacky candid shot. Here are the 10 best from tonight.
Looks like Hollywood brought their “A game” this year. Quite a dapper crowd.
He’s going for the “Three-Dimensional Chef From The Future” look, obviously.
Sacha Baron Cohen appeared on the Oscars red carpet dressed as The Dictator tonight and as he was being interviewed by Ryan Seacrest he “lost control” of urn holding “Kim Jong Il’s ashes” and spilled them all over the E! host. Seacrest looked PISSED.
Everybody else, feel free to go home.
Earlier today, all of the nominees for the 84th Academy Awards attended a luncheon in their honor and took a gigantic group shot. It’s like “Where’s Waldo,” but with really rich and famous people!
Funny or Die is trying to get us amped for the awards ceremony by offering the internet this funny commercial spot starring Megan Fox, Robin Williams, and Josh Duhamel. Are you telling me that Billy Crystal exists as Miracle Max from “The Princess Bride” in real life, too? On second thought, don’t tell me. I don’t even want to know.
If you haven’t the slightest clue who should win best picture for the Oscars this year, why not let your taste buds lead you? View Image ›
He’s still got it. View Image ›
Peaking at number 9 on Google Trends, people were apparently busy Googling this year’s Oscar host’s wife — perhaps a little curious after watching musical numbers? View Image ›
Ryan Seacrest proves he’ll never get an Oscar (or any other type of award) in this horribly awkward interview with the kids who acted in Slumdog Millionaire. Watch Video ›
Oscar contender and dog enthusiast Mickey Rourke lost his beloved 18-year-old Chihuahua mix, Loki, who died in his arms on Monday. Read More ›
FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver, who shocked the world by so closely predicting the Presidential race, has moved on to spoiling another one of our pastimes: The Oscars.