Remember when you thought Jack Nicholson teaming with Adam Sandler was unusual? Well, nothing compared to Jack teaming up with the first lady to announce the Best Picture winner. So we have to ask: Does that mean the president gets to find out who won first?
Though he wasn't nominated for director, he did get the satisfaction (following another producer's speech) to speak to the Academy about his film.
That was a very tightly sealed envelope.
Sure, it's a little slip while picking up an award, but our hearts hurt a bit for the Silver Linings Playbook star as she stumbled heading to get her award. That said, she recovered nicely and we hope she was able to enjoy the moment.
See, it looks like she did.
The Lincoln star became the first actor to win three Best Actor Oscars—then gave a funny and heartfelt speech.
The Life of Pi director surprised, well, us, when he beat the favorite Steven Spielberg for top directing award.
Well, they're just cute.
The "Skyfall" singer and cowriter performed and won!
Accepting the screenwriting award, the Django Unchained mainman was, for once, at a loss for words.
The legend sang "Memories" during the broadcast.
The stars of two super-popular franchises teamed up to fight crime to present an award.
The Les Misérables star won the Best Supporting Actress award, surprising no one.
The Django pair presented looking lovely.
The Oscar winner introduced a James Bond celebration.
Just one of the performances on a long night, this might have been the biggest one.
We give him good marks. The show was too long and had some tone problems, but overall he was a winning host.
Ten years after the fact, she can still deliver the Chicago goods.
The Dreamgirls star revisited her show-stopping "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" and blew the crowd away.
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