I guess I might be live blogging.
For now, I found this pretty hilarious.
Of course, this is the night I sweat like a pig.
I need someone to clear this for me, please! I'm astonished. After jumping and freaking out - So Sarah Paulson just met her soon to be co-star Cate Blanchett right now, in the red carpet? Did I understood that right? And Cate said it was great to meet her? What is happening? They start filming tomorrow or something!
I had a laugh attack watching this live, Jennifer falling down. You're impossible Jennifer!
This is so funny.
So Brad Pitt, as of 2014, will be an Oscar winner?? I think he will.
I'm so bored.
After listening to Scriptnotes (John August and Craig Mazin screenwriting podcast) with guest star Jennifer Lee, I was in awe with the work they did, especially Jennifer Lee. Amazing. To think that they weren't even sisters...
The Lady in Number 6.
I desperately need to watch this film.
20 Feet From Stardom
This documentary is absolutely well made, it is. But it also feels like such a bitter win for me. I so wished to see something like Stories We Tell recognized. I so wished to have seen Jehane Noujaim up there winning an Oscar. The work she made, her documentary The Square will become a reference whenever someone mentions the Egyptian Revolution. They're all great, inspiring documentaries, so it feels always strange.
They're all brilliant.
The Great Beauty
It is exceptional. No doubt. Great line up right here.
I love 'Ordinary Love'. But I'll probably get tired of it in a couple of months.
The cool kids. Great highlight of the night. Look at Angie, so so so cute, like a sweet little girl!
Is Juno stealing this?
NO, IT HAPPENED. It truly did. LUPITA WON.
This is so so so so sweet.
Oh the pizza! This is great! Jennifer Lawrence looks so happy eating that pizza.
Our heroines, Hushpuppy, Katniss, The Bribe...I want more. Jesus.
Damn, I really want to eat a pizza right now.
And...Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Damn, Bette Middler sings so well.
Brilliant. Only Ellen, making the Oscars a comfortable place...Jesus. This is so funny.
I'm here watching the Oscars, and I'm continuously remembering Hugh Jackman's year as the Host. I mean, the all show was something utterly unique and I don't think it will happen again, because it was really something special.
Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful. Let it go.
I hope it wins.
It won it won it won. How nice.
Great great great great great great speech. Awesome. This is really good.
Oh look, writing machines!
Before Midnight - THE PERFECT FILM.
Oh this is absolutely great. John Ridley, 12 Years a Slave.
Penelope Cruz has a funny accent.
I whished it had been Steve McQueen, as much as Cuaron is as deserving as the others, I would have very much enjoyed watching history happen before my eyes.
Meanwhile, I've been cracking up really hard. It has already become a phenomenon.
John Travolta pronunciation of Idina Menzel. He said something like Adele Nazim. Jesus Christ this is hilarious.
Now - the soon to be Carol, it is Cate Blanchett's moment.
And now we can say it, Matthew McCounaghey, Oscar winner.
Oh this is good.
12 Years a Slave.
"I dedicate this to all the people who have endured slavery and for the 21 million still suffering slavery today."
Adèle Haenel won the César for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Suzanne.
And I thought the year had started great. It got even better.
My favorite Adèle in the world has won her first major acting award and it was about time. She deserves every inch of it. She deserves hundreds more. She's brilliant. This is just a nice little and big confirmation that the french cinema already had a really really great Adèle.
Oh god, I can't believe it, she even won to Léa Seydoux. This will definitely made headlines somewhere!
I KEEP FORGETTING THAT LÉA WAS NOMINATED FOR LEADING ROLE.
More to come...
P.S. Genuinely crying and freaking out because of you.
In Hollywood, like in other place in the world really, you have to fight really hard for what you want. But in this particular case, it makes for a bigger, maybe stranger example. Angelina Jolie is Angelina Jolie, the world's most famous girl, The Hollywood Star, and yet she had to work her butt off to make it happen. I obviously mean her new directorial effort, the film Unbroken. It's hard to believe for a bit, given that it is such an American story, it is a male hero, it is all these things and yet no one seemed to want to support it.
Though there's then this part of Angelina Jolie which is that on the other hand she comes with this terrific marketing. It seems she's already promoting her film and it is February. The film is set to premier in December.
The fact is that her work seem to have paid off as she has this pretty brilliant team behind her, from Alexander Desplat to the legendary Roger Deakins, just to name a few. Needless to say, I can't wait to see this film. I have all the reasons to watch it.
The video is really interesting. To think that they lived in the same neighborhood for so long makes it like fate.