Oscars 2014: Photobombs, Pizza, Epic selfies and LeoDiCaprio loses again!

Aside from Jennifer Lawrence’s trip-up before heading into the show, a Pizza Hut delivery, Photobombs, the Fashion hits and misses and the world’s most amazing selfie check out the full list of Oscar winners!

Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, Dallas Buyer’s Club

Achievement in Costume Design: Catherine Martin, The Great Gatsby

Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling: Adruitha Lee and Robin Mathews,Dallas Buyers Club

Animated Short Film: Mr. Hublot

Animated Feature Film: Frozen

Achievement in Visual Effects: Gravity

Live Action Short Film: Helium

Best Documentary Short Subject: The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life

Documentary Feature: 20 Feet From Stardom

Best Foreign Language Film of the Year: The Great Beauty, Italy

Achievement in Sound Mixing: Gravity

Achievement in Sound Editing: Gravity

Best Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong’o12 Years a Slave

Achievement in Cinematography: Gravity, Emmanuel Lubezki

Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Picture: 12 Years a Slave

Achievement in Film Editing: Gravity

Achievement in Production DesignThe Great Gatsby

Best Original Score: Gravity, Stephen Price

Best Original Song: “Let It Go,” Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez; Frozen

Best Adapted Screenplay: John Ridley, 12 Years a Slave

Best Original Screenplay: Spike Jonze, Her

Achievement in Directing: Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity

Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club

Photobombs:

The winner is Benedict Cumberbatch!

Benedict Cumberbatch photobombed U2 early on in the evening, Jared Leto photobombs Kevin Spacey, Ireland Baldwin , Maria Menounos jumped in on Michael Strahan’s red carpet pose , Anne Hathaway photobombed Jessica Biel backstage at the Oscars , Brad Pitt had no idea he was photobombing Jennifer Lawrence and one again Brad Pitt and Benedict Cumberbatch photobombs Ellen and fellow actor Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Ungraceful falls:

The winner is Jennifer Lawrence (again)

 

Jennifer Lawrence just can’t stop falling down at the Oscars.For the second year in a row, the Oscar-nominated actress took a tumble at the Academy Awards — only this time, instead of wiping out on her way to accept a prize, Lawrence fell straight out the gate, and right onto the red carpet.

Pizza:

It’s  a tie between Ellen Degeneres Brad Pitt. She ordered the Pizza but he was the one passing it around and as it seems eating quite a few himself.

Fashion:

Best dressed men:

Several handsome gents stealing the show in their dapper tuxedos. From classic black ensembles (as seen on Brad Pitt) to crisp navy suits (like Zac Efron’s sleek look), the best dressed men of the night all cleaned up quite nicely from head to toe. White and ivory suit jackets proved to be incredibly popular, as seen on Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto and Ryan Seacrest, just to name a few. And we also have to hand it to Will Smith for an exciting spin on the classic suit. The studly actor added a patterned necktie scarf and chic pocket square for a strong style statement all his own.

Best dressed women:

Most stars played it safe so the few who did take risks stood out even more. Take Lupita Nyong’o. We knew the 12 Years a Slave star was going to wear an attention-grabbing color but we could have never have guessed how gorgeous the “Nairobi” blue Prada she picked would be. Also, adding a splash of color to the sea of shimmering nudes was Jennifer Lawrence who rocked a sizzling orange Dior Couture numberand the Oscar topped her gown with a $2 million diamond necklace. But if we’re talking about the most dazzling overall, it’s probably a tie between Angelina Jolie and Kate Hudson. Ditching her usually black, Jolie shined in an Elie Saab Couture gown and Hudson took the plunge in an Atelier Versace gown.

NUDE TREND:

First, and perhaps most obvious, was the sparkling nude trend. There wasn’t a whole lot of bright color on the red carpet, but we didn’t mind. Glittering nude was the color of the night! Celebs like Julie Delpy (in Jenny Packham), Cate Blanchett (in Armani), and Sarah Paulson (in Elie Saab) all sparkled in resplendent nude.

SIDESWEPT SIDES:

We’re glad to see the rain didn’t keep stars like Kate Hudson, Sandra Bullock or Jessica Biel from wearing their hair down in pretty side swept waves.

STRAPLESS:

Forget the sleeves! It was all about the strapless dress. Jessica Biel (Chanel), Jennifer Lawrence Ddior) and Amy Adams (Gucci Premiere) all showed off their necklines in a gorgeous strapless gown.

DARK LIPS

There weren’t a whole lot of bright red or pink pouts. Instead, stars like Kerry Washington, Margot Robbie and Cristin Milioti all went for a dark lip.

PLUNGING NECKLINES

Something that never fails to raise a few eyebrows is a plunging neckline. This year Kate Hudson (Atelier Versace) , Charlize Theron (Dior), and Lupita Nyong’o (Prada)  nailed the look and thus caused our arches to go up a few inches (in a good way).

Ellen DeGeneres Most Retweeted Selfie

Jennifer Lawrence makes Oscar history with three nominations by age 23!

la-et-mn-oscar-nominations-jennifer-lawrence-2-001With a third Oscar nomination and wide appeal among millennials, ‘American Hustle’s’ Jennifer Lawrence shows her star still shines. 

“I’m afraid everybody’s going to get sick of me,” Jennifer Lawrence fretted at the Golden Globes last Sunday.

Ostensibly, this is a legitimate worry and not false modesty, because for the past year the actress has been kind of inescapable.

Let’s start with the Oscar nomination she got Thursday for her supporting turn in “American Hustle,” becoming, at 23, the youngest three-time acting nominee in the history of the Academy Awards. Last weekend, her role as an unhappy suburban housewife in David O. Russell’s film scored her a Globe, and she has a good shot at winning a Screen Actors Guild award on Saturday.

jennifer-lawrence-american-hustle-hairThis follows the second installment in “The Hunger Games”franchise — in which she plays the arrow-toting Katniss Everdeen — the highest-grossing film of 2013. With $414 million in ticket sales, “Catching Fire” was the first movie in 40 years with a female protagonist to top the box office charts.

She also won lead actress honors at the Oscars last February for her turn in “Silver Linings Playbook.” Oh, and in 2011 she was nominated by the academy for her breakout performance in “Winter’s Bone.” The range of her roles, from determined backwoods heroine to loopy Jersey housewife, has been remarkable for someone so young.

In an era when most celebrities face backlash the instant they become ubiquitous, Lawrence has managed to retain her It-girl status for nearly two years. And if she wins the Oscar this year, she’ll join another elite club: Only five actors have ever won Academy Awards back-to-back — the last being Tom Hanks, who took home a golden statue for “Philadelphia” (1993) and “Forrest Gump” (1994).

Suffice to say, she’s been on a hot streak career-wise, proving she can carry both commercial films and earn critical respect. But perhaps more remarkable is how she’s endeared herself to millennials as the ideal BFF, not only eschewing typical Hollywood conventions but brazenly speaking out against them.

On red carpets, she often spends more time talking about how hungry she is than the movie she’s in. She hates the television show “Fashion Police,” the E! program featuring Joan Rivers, because its hosts judge celebrities for their looks. This fall, she cut off all of her hair — not for a role — opting for a pixie cut even though most leading ladies flaunt flowing locks.

Sure, she’s still the glamorous face of Dior. But she also trips on her Dior gowns: At the Oscars last year, as she was walking up the stairs to accept her prize, she tumbled over her haute couture dress. The moment instantly went viral, the ultimate “Stars: They’re Just Like Us!” moment in GIF format.

So just how big a star is Lawrence? Asked about her on Thursday, her “American Hustle” costar — and lead actress nominee — Amy Adams said, “I’d rather not speak on Jennifer because everything I say becomes a headline.”

Oscar nominations:

BEST PICTURE
American Hustle
Nebraska
Captain Phillips
Philomena
Dallas Buyers Club
12 Years a Slave
Gravity
The Wolf of Wall Street
Her

ACTOR in a Leading Role
Christian Bale – American Hustle
Bruce Dern – Nebraska
Leonardo DiCaprio – The Wolf of Wall Street
Chiwetel Ejiofor – 12 Years a Slave
Matthew McConaughey – Dallas Buyers Club

ACTRESS in a Leading Role
Amy Adams – American Hustle
Cate Blanchett – Blue Jasmine
Sandra Bullock – Gravity
Judi Dench – Philomena
Meryl Streep – August: Osage County

ACTOR in A Supporting Role
Barkhad Abdi – Captain Phillips
Bradley Cooper – American Hustle
Michael Fassbender – 12 Years a Slave
Jonah Hill – The Wolf of Wall Street
Jared Leto – Dallas Buyers Club

ACTRESS in a Supporting Role
Sally Hawkins – Blue Jasmine
Jennifer Lawrence – American Hustle
Lupita Nyong’o – 12 Years a Slave
Julia Roberts – August: Osage County
June Squibb – Nebraska

More: http://oscar.go.com/nominees/?cid=abc_fb_nominees

Miley Cyrus VMA Performance broke a record on Twitter!

Miley Cyrus attends the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards in Brooklyn

Miley Cyrus was the big winner at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards — even though she didn’t take home a Moonman prize. The 20-year-old singer broke a record on Twitter after her raunchy performance of “We Can’t Stop” and “Blurred Lines” duet with Robin Thicke on stage at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Sunday, Aug. 25.

“Smilers! My VMA performance had 306,000 tweets per minute,” Cyrus proudly tweeted to her fans on Aug. 26. “That’s more than the blackout or Superbowl! #fact.” Cyrus sent Twitter into a frenzy during her over-the-top performance that featured her twerking in underwear while using a foam finger as a sexual prop with Thicke, 36.

Miley Cyrus caused controversy with fans at the MTV VMAs

During the show, the former Disney star sounded disappointed that she wasn’t picking up any awards. “Leaving the VMAs. No it’s not over,” she tweeted. “I’m no psychic but congrats @onedirection #songofthesummer.”

Though her performance certainly got attention, those closest to Cyrus were worried about the hyper-sexualized show. “Miley’s team is freaking about that performance,” an insider told Us Weekly. “They saw the rehearsals, but those were really played down compared to the live performance.”

But a second source insisted, “It’s the VMAs, of course she’s going to do a standout performance! No one (from her team) was shocked by this.”

MTV VMA 2013 Winners List: Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, Miley’s performance and More!

MTV VMA 2013 Winners List: Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, Miley’s performance and More!

Justin Timberlake wins four MTV VIdeo Music Awards 2013

The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards wrapped at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn Sunday night (Aug. 25) and Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors” was crowned the Video of the Year. JT was ostensibly the star of the host-less show: Not only did he receive the prestigious Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, but he also delivered a stunning 16-minute performance that featured a brief onstage reunion with ‘N Sync. The 20/20 Experience singer won more awards than any other artist, collecting a total of four Moonmen, including trophies for Best Direction (which went to the David Fincher-helmed “Suit & Tie”) and Best Editing (for “Mirrors”).

Miley Cyrus caused controversy with fans at the MTV VMAs

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis nabbed three statues — for Best Hip-Hop Video (“Can’t Hold Us”), Best Video With a Social Message (“Same Love”), and Best Cinematography (“Can’t Hold Us”) — while Bruno Mars earned two, for Best Male Video (“Locked Out of Heaven”) and Best Choreography (“Treasure”).

Miley Cyrus brought her best twerking outfit for her eye popping performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. The controversial singer sang her hit We Can’t Stop and duetted with Robin Thicke for summer tune Blurred Lines.

Miley wore nude PVC hot pants and boob tube which was more revealing than anyone could have ever expected, to be quite honest.

Add to this a giant teddy bear and we’ve got ourselves one of the most risky performances of the night.

Watch The Video After The Jump!

Taylor Swift picked up Best Female Video (“I Knew You Were Trouble”); One Direction’s “Best Song Ever” was decreed the Best Song of the Summer (inexplicably beating out Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”); Selena Gomez won Best Pop Video (“Come and Get It”); and Austin Mahone was dubbed the Artist to Watch.

During the red carpet pre-show, Pink and fun.’s Nate Ruess were honored with the Best Collaboration award (“Just Give Me a Reason”), and 30 Seconds to Mars received the Moonman for Best Rock Video (“Up in the Air”).

MTV Video Music Awards 2013 full winners list below.

Video of the Year
Justin Timberlake, “Mirrors” (winner)
Bruno Mars, “Locked out of Heaven”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Thrift Shop”
Robin Thicke, feat. T.I. and Pharrell, “Blurred Lines”
Taylor Swift, “I Knew You Were Trouble”

Best Male Video
Justin Timberlake, “Mirrors”
Robin Thicke feat. T.I. and Pharrell, “Blurred Lines”
Bruno Mars, “Locked out of Heaven” (winner)
Ed Sheeran, “Lego House”
Kendrick Lamar, “Swimming Pools (Drank)”

Best Female Video
Rihanna feat. Mikky Ekko, “Stay”
Taylor Swift, “I Knew You Were Trouble” (winner)
Miley Cyrus, “We Can’t Stop”
Pink feat. Nate Ruess, “Just Give Me a Reason”
Demi Lovato, “Heart Attack”

Best Pop Video
Bruno Mars, “Locked out of Heaven”
Justin Timberlake, “Mirrors”
Fun., “Carry on”
Miley Cyrus, “We Can’t Stop”
Selena Gomez, “Come and Get It” (winner)

Artist to Watch, Presented by Taco Bell
Twenty One Pilots, “Holding on to You”
Zedd feat. Foxes, “Clarity”
Austin Mahone, “What About Love” (winner)
The Weeknd, “Wicked Games”
Iggy Azalea, “Work”

Best Collaboration
Justin Timberlake, feat. Jay-Z, “Suit & Tie”
Pitbull feat. Christina Aguilera, “Feel This Moment”
Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding, “I Need Your Love”
Robin Thicke feat. T.I. and Pharrell, “Blurred Lines”
Pink feat. Nate Ruess, “Just Give Me a Reason” (winner)

Best Video With a Social Message
Kelly Clarkson, “People Like Us”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Same Love” (winner)
Snoop Lion, “No Guns Allowed”
Miguel, “Candles in the Sun”
Beyoncé, “I Was Here”

Best Rock Video
Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive”
Fall Out Boy, “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ‘Em Up)”
Mumford & Sons, “I Will Wait”
30 Seconds to Mars, “Up in the Air” (winner)
Vampire Weekend, “Diane Young”

Best Hip-Hop Video
A$AP Rocky feat. 2 Chainz, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar, “Fuckin’ Problems”
J. Cole feat. Miguel, “Power Trip”
Drake, “Started From the Bottom”
Kendrick Lamar, “Swimming Pools (Drank)”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton, “Can’t Hold Us” (winner)

Best Art Direction
Capital Cities, “Safe and Sound”
30 Seconds to Mars, “Up in the Air”
Janelle Monae feat. Erykah Badu, “Q.U.E.E.N” (winner)
Lana Del Rey, “National Anthem”
Alt-J, “Tesselate”

Best Choreography
Chris Brown, “Fine China”
Ciara, “Body Party”
Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull, “Live It Up”
will.i.am feat. Justin Bieber, “#thatPOWER”
Bruno Mars, “Treasure” (winner)

Best Cinematography
30 Seconds to Mars, “Up in the Air”
Lana Del Rey, “Ride”
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, “Sacrilege”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton, “Can’t Hold Us” (winner)
A-Trak & Tommy Trash, “Tuna Melt”

Best Direction
Justin Timberlake feat. Jay-Z, “Suit & Tie” (winner)
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton, “Can’t Hold Us”
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, “Sacrilege”
Fun., “Carry on”
Drake, “Started From the Bottom”

Best Editing
Pink feat. Nate Ruess, “Just Give Me a Reason”
Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch, “Sweet Nothing”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton, “Can’t Hold Us”
Justin Timberlake, “Mirrors” (winner)
Miley Cyrus, “We Can’t Stop”

Best Visual Effects
Flying Lotus, “Tiny Tortures”
Skrillex feat. The Doors, “Breakin’ A Sweat”
The Weeknd, “Wicked Games”
Duck Sauce, “It’s You”
Capital Cities, “Safe and Sound” (winner)

Best Song of the Summer 
Miley Cyrus, “We Can’t Stop”
Daft Punk, “Get Lucky”
Selena Gomez, “Come and Get It”
Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding, “I Need Your Love”
One Direction, “Best Song Ever” (winner)
Robin Thicke feat. T.I. and Pharrell, “Blurred Lines”

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award 
Justin Timberlake (winner)

‘Fast & Furious 6’ Leads Record-Breaking Memorial Day Weekend !

Fast & Furious 6. Still going strong after 12 years and five sequels, the street-racing saga easily drove off with the box office crown this holiday weekend. According to studio estimates, it fell just $1.5 million shy of speeding past $100 million during its first three days; over the full Memorial Day holiday, it’s expected to earn $122.2 million. It’s an especially impressive feat given how crowded the multiplex is with blockbusters right now. Credit the movie for the multi-ethnic appeal of its cast, which also helped Fast 6 gross $177 million overseas, for a worldwide total so far of $275.5 million. Also credit the film for delighting longtime fans by delivering exactly what it promises. With an A grade from CinemaScore, word-of-mouth is very strong.

Then again, nearly every major release did well this weekend, for a total estimated domestic box office of $315 million through Monday. That’s a Memorial Day weekend record, surpassing the $296 million earned during the holiday two years ago. Last week’s champ, Star Trek Into Darkness, held up well with an estimated $38.0 million over three days (good for third place) and a likely $48.0 million through Monday.  Also staying strong was Iron Man 3 (fifth place), with a Friday-to-Sunday estimate of $19.4 million and a full holiday estimate of $24.6 million. After four weeks, it’s approaching $400 million, with $367.5 million earned through Sunday.

Summer Movie Preview 2013

In this environment, new family cartoon Epic did even better than expected, opening in fourth place with an estimated $34.2 million through Sunday and a likely $44.0 million by the end of the holiday. It’s the first major animated family film since The Croods opened 10 weeks ago, so the marketplace was hungry.

LOSER OF THE WEEK: The Hangover Part III. Months ago, the head-to-head opening of Fast 6 and Hangover III looked like an evenly-matched sausage-fest showdown. But it wasn’t even close. Hangover opened in second place, but with just an estimated $42.4 million over three days, meaning perhaps $51 million by Monday.

Its take through Sunday is about half of the three-day debut logged by The Hangover Part II ($86.0 million) two years ago. Of course, that second Hangover squandered most of the goodwill earned by the first, and even though this final installment promised to change gears, it still earned a B from CinemaScore, indicating just so-so word-of-mouth. Even Epic managed to steal some of its thunder.

‘MIDNIGHT’ MOVIE By one measure, the most eagerly awaited sequel of the weekend was Before Midnight, the third in the every-nine-years series of glimpses into the transatlantic romance of Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy). It opened on just five screens but earned an estimated $274,000 from Friday to Sunday, for a per-screen average of $54,800. That’s by far the highest per-screen average of any movie this week; Fast 6 earned about half that per venue ($26,935). Also opening strong in limited release were Israeli Oscar entry Fill the Void ($60,400 on three screens), documentary We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks ($29,000 on four screens), and A Pig Across Paris ($10,000 at one venue).