Oscars 2015: Live updates
Join the Yahoo Style and Entertainment teams for live updates from the star-stuffed red carpet and the Academy Awards ceremony.
We'll likely be reading about all the big social justice moments tomorrow. Lots of ways in for non-entertainment sites. And if it gets people talking about issues like racism, mass incarceration, medical research, LGBT rights and immigration reform, well Hollywood did something right (even if it was incidental!)
We like to poke fun at Hollywood, but it takes really smart people to make these movies. Really smart and empathetic people. Looking forward to the headlines tomorrow -- but until then, relive the show highlights here! That's it for Gwynne and I, thanks for hanging out -- stay here for more!
Yahoo EntertainmentOne of the best moments of the evening was the audience getting emotional after the performance of "Glory," which took home Best Original Song.
FULL LIST OF 2015 OSCAR WINNERS:
WINNER: Julianne Moore, Still Alice
WINNER: Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything
WINNER: Alejandro González Iñárritu, Birdman
Best Supporting Actress:
WINNER: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
Best Supporting Actor:
WINNER: J.K. Simmons, Whiplash
Best Animated Feature:
WINNER: Big Hero 6
Best Original Screenplay:
WINNER: Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris Jr, Armando
Best Adapted Screenplay:
WINNER: Graham Moore, The Imitation Game
Best Original Score:
WINNER: Alexandre Desplat, The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Original Song:
WINNER: “Glory,” Selma
Best Documentary Feature:
Best Film Editing:
WINNER: Emmanuel Lubezki, Birdman
Best Production Design:
WINNER: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Animated Short:
Best Visual Effects:
Best Sound Editing:
WINNER: American Sniper
Best Sound Mixing:
Best Live Action Short:
WINNER: The Phone Call
Best Documentary Short:
WINNER: Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1
Best Foreign Language Film:
WINNER: Ida (Poland)
Best Costume Design:
WINNER: Milena Canonero, The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Makeup and Hairstyling:
WINNER: The Grand Budapest Hotel
All of the winners were excited to claim their gold, but nobody's exuberance topped Best Actor Eddie Redmayne.
by Fox Searchlight via twitter 2/23/2015 5:28:14 AM
ICYMI: Julianne Moore starts off an exceptional acceptance speech.
Remember that weird moment when Terrence Howard get oddly emotional while introducing Best Picture nominees?If you were confused watching Terrence Howard introduce the Best Picture nominees at the 87th Academy Awards show Sunday, you weren't alone.by Dylan Stableford
Howard became visibly — and oddly — emotional onstage while presenting a montage reel of the film nominees.
"Our next film is amazing," said Howard, a 2005 Best Actor nominee for "Hustle & Flow," as he introduced "The Imitation Game." He then appeared to stray from the TelePrompter, "I'm blown away by it myself."
He went on to talk passionately about the Civil Rights historical drama "Selma," and an audible cracking noise could be heard in the background as Howard spoke:"He just breaks so. many. damn. codes." - Terrence Howard
Viewers were, understandably, more than a bit confused.Is Terrence Howard this moved? Or is something else happening? #NPROscars100 percent believe that Terrence Howard's prompter just broke. No way he loves the #ImitationGame that much. #Oscars http://t.co/eI6E4HDbEJimagine Terrence Howard leaving you a voicemail.Terrence Howard sounded like the waiter that makes you uncomfortable while he's passionately describing the specials.
And this is how NPH started the night.
They didn't win Best Original Song, but Tegan and Sara along with The Lonely Island and some special guests put on a show with "Everything Is Awesome."
Eddie Redmayne: “I’ve always had to fight for jobs. Retaining employment will keep me very happy!”by OscarInterviews via twitter 2/23/2015 5:45:50 AM
Not even the Academy could play off Pawal Pawlikowski, winner of Best Foreign Film "Ida."
Chris Pine's tears now have two Twitter accounts: @Pinetears and @ChrisPineTear
Graham Moore delivers a moving speech after winning Best Adapted Screenplay for "The Imitation Game."
You get a LEGO Oscar and you get a LEGO Oscar and you get a LEGO Oscar.
Patricia Clarkson and Jennifer Aniston share a moment at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. (Kevin Mazur/VF15/WireImage)
Oscar winners J.K. Simmons (Supporting Actor), Patricia Arquette (Supporting Actress), Julianne Moore (Actress) and Eddie Redmayne (Actor) pose together in the Academy Awards press room. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
by Jessica Chastain via twitter 2/23/2015 6:33:31 AM
by Jennifer Lopez via twitter 2/23/2015 6:57:21 AM
Emma Stone and Julianne Moore at the Governors Ball. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)by Christopher Wilson
Check out more celebs partying in our gallery at Yahoo Movies.
A look back at the Best Actor winners from 2010 - 2015
by Robert Duvall via twitter 2/23/2015 7:24:08 AM
J.K. Simmons getting his Oscar engraved at the Governors Ball. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
by Alexander Dinelaris via twitter 2/23/2015 7:42:57 AM
87th Academy Awards RecapOscar winners J.K. Simmons (Supporting Actor), Patricia Arquette (Supporting Actress), Julianne Moore (Actress) and Eddie Redmayne (Actor) pose together in the Academy Awards press room. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images)by Christopher Wilson
Thanks for joining us for the 2015 Oscars live blog. We're calling it a night, but be sure to check out our full coverage of Hollywood's biggest night:
- Highs and lows from the ceremony
- Best and worst of the red carpet
- John Travolta ruined Idina Menzel's night - again
- Photo gallery: Oscar afterparties
- Ranking the musical performances
- The complete winners list
- Ken Tucker's review of the ceremony
- Photo gallery: Every red carpet look