03:46 PM EDT 11/19/2013
Originally posted 02/27/2013 12:30PM
James Brolin said his son Josh is doing fine in the wake of his impending divorce from Diane Lane, calling their split "mutual."
Brolin – who accompanied wife Barbra Streisand as she performed at the Oscars Sunday night – said his son, 45, was watching the Academy Awards show at a party with famed film directors the Coen brothers and his daughter.
"He's great," Brolin said. "You know, everything is mutual. It's all okay."
Originally posted 02/25/2013 02:55PM
It was a great night for music at the Academy Awards on Sunday – particularly for the ladies.
But who really knocked it out of the park?
Jennifer Hudson's performance of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" brought the audience to its feet, while Barbra Streisand delivered a wonderful tribute to Marvin Hamlisch with her rendition of "The Way We Were."
Originally posted 02/25/2013 01:00PM
The message to Oscar winners on Sunday night? If you go over the allotted time, prepare for a shark attack.
The terrifying theme from Jaws greeted winners who took too long during their acceptance speech.
Life of Pi was the first movie to experience the infamous "da dum, da dum, da dum" notes when it nabbed the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects.
The film's special effects supervisor, Bill Westenhofer, accepted the award and the music cut off his speech entirely as he tried to spread awareness about his company's bankruptcy.
Originally posted 02/25/2013 10:30AM
Hosting the Oscars, they say, is a thankless job. So, Seth MacFarlane, thanks for nothing.
This isn't to say he can be blamed for a long evening that seemed to be devoted more to singing than handing out awards.
On the other hand, he doesn't get credit for the show's best moments, either: Adele's powerful performance of "Skyfall," Daniel Day-Lewis's charmingly stiff humor in his acceptance speech for Lincoln – it was so like Abe! – or Michelle Obama's surprising and generous gesture: appearing via satellite to announce the Best Picture winner.
Originally posted 02/25/2013 10:00AM
It wasn't just Jennifer Lawrence's wins making news during 2013's awards season.
The Silver Linings Playbook star, 22, was the subject of headlines for everything from her speeches to Sunday's tumble at the 85th Annual Academy Awards.
Relive Lawrence's most memorable moments here ...
Originally posted 02/25/2013 08:00AM
Jennifer Lawrence's Best Actress win at the 85th Annual Academy Awards was memorable for more than just her role the movie.
The Silver Linings Playbook star, 22, took a little fall on her way up to accept her statuette.
"Look at my dress!" she told reporters backstage after the show, of her Christian Dior Couture gown. "I tried to walk upstairs in this dress. That's what happened. I think I stepped on the fabric and they waxed the stairs."
Originally posted 02/25/2013 07:00AM
It's getting crowded in Ang Lee's workspace.
The Taiwanese-born American film director, who was named Best Director at Sunday's Academy Awards for Life of Pi, already had a place picked out for his latest statue as he walked the red carpet early in the evening.
"My study," he said of Oscar's new home.
Lee, 58, previously won for Best Director in 2006 for Brokeback Mountain.
Originally posted 02/25/2013 12:50AM
It was perhaps the most unpredictable moment of the Oscars Sunday night when Jennifer Lawrence made her way to the stage to accept her Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Silver Linings Playbook.
The 22-year-old actress slipped on the stairs but luckily her full skirted Dior Haute Couture gown cushioned her fall.
After she slipped, gentleman (and Oscar nominee) Hugh Jackman was spotted rushing to aid if necessary. "I had to help her, poor thing! I didn't know if she could get up," he told PEOPLE after the show.
Originally posted 02/24/2013 11:00PM
The actress has done a complete style 180 since being named Best Supporting Actress in 2006
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