Such a gentleman.
Daniel Day-Lewis made history, and The Hunger Games is now toplined by an Oscar-winner.
Our film critic gives his moment-by-moment take on every award, speech, and bit of banter.
An exhaustive gallery of all the fancy-pantsed (and gowned) stars of the big night.
Duck and cover, Hollywood!
We've got Fug Girls dissecting the red carpet, David Edelstein live-blogging the ceremony, and your ballot will be judged in real time.
A recording of flight attendant Betty Ong's voice can be heard during the movie's opening sequence.
Two films premiered there. And one launched a congressional hearing.
Argo set to the tune of "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go?" Yes, please.
He has a Silver Hugging Playbook.
Starring Jon Voight, kind of.
"My breasts have a life of their own."
We went through all of his interviews and tweets from the last few months to get a sense of what's coming.
Jack Nicholson and Dustin Hoffman were added today.
“Does [campaigning] make a difference? Absolutely," says one campaign consultant. "Can it make no difference at all? Absolutely.”
Listen to and read along with the many ways the film's title was said at this year's awards shows.
A grad student has studied them all and created an easy to sort and kill-time-on site.
They do not like that his movie's in French.
And he explains several stills from his iconic work with the Coen brothers.
How much of Argo is a mid-budget adult thriller versus how much of it is Mrs. Doubtfire?
We get it, Hugh. You were on a water diet.