2014 Oscars All Access: Get Behind-the-Scenes Scoop All Day!

Marc Malkin takes us inside the Academy Awards

By Marc Malkin, Chima Simone Mar 02, 2014 11:38 PMTags
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The Oscars have finally arrived!

And we're going beyond the red carpet to give you all the glitz and glamour that's happening behind the scenes!

Will Lupita Nyong'o continue her fashionable slaying of the red carpet as she has all season? Will Jared Leto wear another enviable hairstyle? Better yet, will his perfect hair withstand the rainy L.A. weather?

Most importantly, when are they getting married then divorced so Lupita can start being his "future ex-wife?"

Our very own Marc Malkin will be capturing all this and more from the biggest night in Hollywood with his Samsung Galaxy Gear and Galaxy Note 3 and posting all day to Twitter and Instagram to ensure that you won't miss a single thing.

Excited? We sure are.

Let the fun begin with chocolate!

"Yum @chefwolfgangpuck gives me chocolate. #eredcarpet #oscars 2014," Marc writes. And the chef to the stars responds, "Enjoy!"

Wolfgang Puck is the official Oscars chef for the 20th consecutive year and is handing out mini chocolate Oscars while also showing off what the celebs will be eating at the Governors Ball tonight. The A-listers will be treated to an appetizing menu that includes yummy dishes like Wild Rice and Farro Salad with Butternut Squash Puree.


Liza Minnelli is rocking blue hair and Marc is rocking right along with her!

She is attending with her siblings, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft, as the Oscars pay tribute to their late mother, Judy Garland's iconic film The Wizard of Oz which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year.

Bad Grandpa was nominated for Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling.

And Best Fake Penis Assembling?


"The king and queen of hollywood. #bradpitt #angelinajolie #eredcarpet #oscars2014."

Yes Marc, they are Hollywood royalty. And Brangelina is looking as regal as ever as they arrive with majestic smiles.

King Brad Pitt was instrumental in getting 12 Years a Slave (nominated for 9 Oscars, including Best Picture) to the big screen. Brangelina will also be presenters tonight, along with other stars like Kevin Spacey, Bradley Cooper, and Jessica Biel.


"#jonahhill selfie. He brought his mom as his date #eredcarpet #oscars2014."

Jonah Hill is a two-time Academy Award nominee. This time his Best Supporting Actor nod is for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street. He's up against Michael FassbenderBarkhad Abdi and others.


"Yup, me and #bettemidlet #eredcarpet #oscars2014."

Two-time Oscar nominee Bette Midler will hit the Oscar stage tonight. No news on what she'll sing, but she did reach out to her fans on Twitter to help her pick a tune.


"Congrats, #jaredleto #eredcarpet #oscars2014."

Jared Leto won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in Dallas Buyers Club. And in his stirring speech he thanked his mom for "teaching me to dream," while also applauding the people of Venezuela and Ukraine as they strive to "live the impossible."

Oh, and of course his hair looked as perfect as ever.


As far as his rumored romantic interest, Lupita Nyong'o's red carpet arrival? Marc is singing her praises. 

She won tonight for Best Supporting Actress, beating out Julia Roberts, Jennifer Lawrence and more.

The stunning actress also spoke of dreams in her acceptance speech, "When I look down at this golden statue, may it remind me and every little child that no matter where you're from, your dreams are valid."


Maybe Jennifer Lawrence doesn't want the paps there so they won't catch her falling?

Oops! The award-winning actress fell at the Oscars again, but she laughed it off and vowed to be more careful.


"#emmawatson and me. She is as nice as she looks. #eredcarpet #oscars."

Ellen DeGeneres threw a pizza party in the star-studded audience of the Oscars. She even hit up Sandra Bullock and Harvey Weinstein for money to tip the pizza delivery guy.

There's no telling who coughed up the dough, but we do know who tossed it thanks to Marc.

John Travolta introduced Idina Menzel's performance of the award-winning "Let It Go" from the animated film Frozen.

Well, kind of.

No one is actually sure what he said when he tried to pronounce the Broadway star's name.

Not even Marc and he was in the audience!

Earlier in the evening Menzel beamed happily with Marc on the red carpet.


It's time for the Governor's Ball

John Legend will be performing and Oscar winners will be celebrating. 

And you can be sure Marc Malkin will be taking more selfies with his Samsung Galaxy Gear and Galaxy Note 3 as he parties with the stars until the wee hours of the morning.