86th Academy Awards News
Oscars pizza delivery guy gets $1,000 tip!
The Big Mama’s & Papa’s Pizzeria employee who delivered pizza at the 86th Academy Awards got a tip of $1,000 on stand-up comedian and host Ellen DeGeneres’s popular chat show
Edgar, the pizza delivery boy, came on DeGeneres’ show March 3 with the host calling him “the (Oscar) night’s biggest winner”, reported a popular website. The restaurant told the website that the Oscar order was for 20 pizzas with cheese, pepperoni, mushroom and olives. Click here to read more
What is more important for George Clooney than attending the Oscars?
The 52-year-old was absent during pre-Oscar bashes and he even skipped the after-parties on March 2
Actor George Clooney missed attending the 86th Academy Awards as he was reportedly in London where his new lady love lives. Click here to read more
Is Leonardo DiCaprio the most unluckiest actor in Hollywood?
The Great Gatsby actor didn’t win the Oscar yet again
Even after being praised for his performance in The Wolf of Wall Street, actor Leonardo DiCaprio failed to win an Oscar this year and his loss has become a topic of discussion on microblogging website Twitter. Click here to read more
Oscars 2014: Ellen DeGeneres selfie receives over 2 million hits in just half an hour!
The 86th Academy Awards host, who handed her phone to Cooper to take the photo, became the most retweeted post ever on the social networking website, reported a website
A selfie of stand-up comedian and host Ellen DeGeneres, clicked by actor Bradley Cooper, which received over 1.1 million retweets in just half an hour, has reached 2,464,682. Click here to read more
Ellen DeGeneres’ star-studded Oscar selfie breaks Barrack Obama’s retweet record!
This is definitely the most starry selfie ever!
Ellen DeGeneres has broken President Barrack Obama’s record for most Twitter retweets with her Oscar selfie, that features the likes of Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep and Kevin Spacey, in less than an hour. Click here to read more
Oscars 2014: Jennifer Lawrence’s necklace costs a whopping 2 million dollars!
Oscar winners list 2014: 12 Years a Slave bags the best film trophy!
Based on an 1853 memoir of the real Solomon Northup, the film was nominated for the best film category with American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Her, Nebraska, Philomena and The Wolf of Wall Street
12 Years a Slave, a real life story of a man’s fight for survival and freedom, Sunday won the best film honour at the 86th Academy Awards. Click here to read more
Oscar winners list 2014: Cate Blanchett bags the best actress award for Blue Jasmine!
Blanchett played Jasmine, a formerly wealthy woman who moves in with her sister after the break-up of her marriage
Cate Blanchett was named the best actress in a leading role at the 86th Academy Awards for her performance in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine. Click here to read more
Oscars 2014: 7 Best films that never won the Oscars!
The 86th Academy Awards winners are being announced and like every year, some results are more shocking than surprising. Let’s take a look at the films in the past, which wethinks that, should’ve won an Oscar but lost it to a less deserving film
Each year we await the results of Academy awards and on several occasions, we have felt that another nominee was more deserving than the winner. Be it the Best Actor award or the Best Film award at The Oscars, a lot of times we’ve been shocked by the results. Let’s take a look at such films in the past that deserved an Oscar, or at least a nomination at the Oscars. Click here to read more
Oscar winners list 2014: Italy’s The Great Beauty wins best foreign film
This was the 28th nomination for a film from Italy, and the eleventh win for the country
Italy’s The Great Beauty pipped movies from across the world to be named the best foreign film at the 86th Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday. Click here to read more
Oscars 2014 memorable moments: Ellen DeGeneres mocks Jennifer Lawrence and Jared Leto
The second time host was on a row this time, and proved it that one does not need crass and below the belt humour to entertain the audience!
Now we all know that Ellen De Genres is one of the most entertaining and generous hosts that Hollywood has. Click here to read more
Oscar winners list 2014: Gravity bags five awards in the technical category
The much acclaimed film took away five awards
Alfonso Cuaron won his first trophy at the 86th Academy Awards in the film editing category for his 3D space drama “Gravity” which swept the Oscars in technical categories by taking home five early awards. Click here to read more
Oscars 2014: Shankar Mahadevan’s song in the best activist anthem category!
The Rock On! music composer is on a high these days
Shankar Mahadevan Mujhse hogi shurvaat by I Paid a Bribe and his Academy is nominated in the best activist anthem category of Honesty Oscars 2014. A few days before the 86th Academy Awards, campaigning and advocacy organisation ONE and Accountability Lab started unveiling the nominations for Honesty Oscars 2014, an award that honours not Hollywood films, but the creative work of activists and organisations that fight global corruption. Click here to read more
Who got the loudest applause at the 2014 Oscars luncheon?
McConaughey gets loudest cheers at Oscars luncheon
Matthew McConaughey, who is nominated for the 86th Academy Awards, received the loudest round of applause when his name was called to collect the nominee certificate at the recent Oscar luncheon. McConaughey is nominated in the best actor in a leading role category for his performance in Dallas Buyers Club. Click here to read more
American Hustle box-office collections: Jennifer Lawrence’s film grosses 200 million dollars worldwide!
After awards and nominations American Hustle can now celebrate it’s box-office success
David O. Russell’s American Hustle has earned $200 million at the box office worldwide. The film is the highest grossing film for producer Megan Ellison’s Annapurna Pictures and has also set a domestic record for its writer-director Russell Click here to read more