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The Answers to All Your Burning Oscar Questions (as Determined by Google Searches)

Oscars 2014: Your Questions About Kim Novak, Nicholas Hoult Answered
Kim Novak and Matthew McConaughey at the 2014 Oscars
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03/03/2014 AT 09:00 AM EST

Every year, the Oscars are watched by a whole lot of people.

Many of those people are not pop-culture experts. They have a lot of questions about the Oscars. Sometimes, they type these questions into Google.

According to the search engine's internal analytics, these were Sunday night's five most-searched Oscar questions. We've done you the pleasure of answering them. (You're welcome.)

5. How many times has Leonardo DiCaprio been nominated?

Leo has been nominated as an actor four times: Best Supporting Actor for What's Eating Gilbert Grape? and Best Actor for The Aviator, Blood Diamond and for The Wolf of Wall Street. (He was also nominated as a producer for Wolf.) He has, infamously, never won.



4. What is Dallas Buyers Club about?

Dallas Buyers Club is the real-life story of Ron Woodroof, a straight Texas man who was diagnosed with HIV in 1985, during the height of AIDS paranoia. Given 30 days to live, Woodroof begins smuggling unapproved HIV medicine into the U.S., while lobbying the FDA for better drug access for AIDS patients.

3. When is Kerry Washington due?

The Scandal star has not publicly revealed her due date, but she's expected to give birth some time in the spring – a fact that led ABC to cut the number of episodes in the prime time soap's third season.

2. Who is Jennifer Lawrence dating?

Lawrence is dating her X-Men: First Class costar Nicholas Hoult, who you may recall from About a Boy and Skins. The couple broke up in early 2013, but got back together that summer.

1. Who presented with Matthew McConaughey?

McConaughey presented the animation Oscars alongside 81-year-old Kim Novak, best known for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo. Novak acted sparingly after 1965, and she retired from film entirely after 1991.

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