Also, some Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead news.
People at the entrance to the venue simply waved umbrellas and claimed being important, as usual.
The whole gang's back together.
That is a whole lotta volume.
Social media's effects have made it imperative for actresses to always feel accessible. Woe be unto Anne Hathaway for acting like a star.
Mark our words: One day, the Rock will host the Oscars.
She's had a lot going on lately, so what's the problem?
"I love Photoshop more than anything in the world!"
Photos of both Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, Lena Dunham, Jennifer Lawrence, and more.
Plus: Quvenzhané Wallis with a dancing dog and her signature puppy purse, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
From Adele's perfect face to the fantastic seating arrangement that had Jamie Foxx sitting behind Sally Field.
"Is he still here?
We are not making fun.
From Daniel Day-Lewis, yukster extraordinaire (high!) to the endless opening monologue (so very low).
Such a gentleman.
Daniel Day-Lewis made history, and The Hunger Games is now toplined by an Oscar-winner.
Best Supporting Male: Matthew McConaughey for Magic Mike.
"My breasts have a life of their own."
We get it, Hugh. You were on a water diet.
It will be their third film together.
Emmanuelle Riva is coming on strong. Watch out, J. Law.
In what was once American Bullshit.
"If somebody thinks I'm going to dress sexy to a costume party, they have another thing coming."
Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway get the ultra-awkward treatment.
"Every time an actress is celebrated for her great work, I cheer."