04:30 PM EDT 08/04/2015
Originally posted 02/24/2015 05:30PM
[YOUTUBE "uvJ1K3Gl0r8"] On Sunday night Jimmy Kimmel hosted his 10th annual After the Oscars special, and the star-power was certainly worthy of the occasion – but, thanks to a new outtakes reel, we now know that so were the bloopers.
Kimmel's original two-part sketch, "The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting," featured 2015 Best Actor winner Eddie Redmayne alongside former winners Jeff Bridges and Sean Penn, plus other A-listers Jennifer Aniston, Lupita N'yongo, Matt Damon, Gary, Mila Kunis, Susan Sarandon,Emily Blunt, John Krasinski and Kristen Bell – all of whom subjected themselves to ruthless acting master Jim Kimmel.
On Monday, Kimmel revealed some of the gags and giggles that didn't make the special.
The Imitation Game Screenwriter Graham Moore's Oscar Highlight: Crying and Hugs with Family, Benedict Cumberbatch & Keira Knightley
Originally posted 02/23/2015 07:50PM
Screenwriter Graham Moore's moving speech about his troubled teen years was a memorable Oscars moment, but for Moore himself, sharing the triumph with his family and friends was the highlight of his night.
Originally posted 02/23/2015 09:30AM
[YOUTUBE "pfW2TydxlWY" "auto"] The Oscars honored some of the year's greatest acting. But where did Hollywood's best and brightest hone their craft?
From Jim Kimmel, that's who.
As part of his post-Oscars ABC special on Sunday, Jimmy Kimmel welcomed a cavalcade of stars who pretended to have been coached by his abusive acting-teacher alter ego Jim Kimmel, the mercurial founder of The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting.
Originally posted 02/22/2015 11:00PM
And the award for chicest couple goes too…
Originally posted 02/22/2015 09:05PM
The happy couple were married just one week before the Oscars
Family of Imitation Game Subject Alan Turing Requests Pardons for 49,000 British Men Punished for Homosexuality
Originally posted 02/22/2015 08:15PM
With The Imitation Game in the spotlight tonight at the Oscars, it's worth remembering that the British government only apologized for its treatment of the film's subject, pioneering codebreaker and computer scientist Alan Turing, in 2009 after an Internet campaign. Turing didn't receive a pardon for his "crimes" until 2013.
Originally posted 02/19/2015 02:00PM
Benedict Cumberbatch wasn't the only TV celebrity standing at the altar on his wedding day.
Originally posted 02/17/2015 09:15AM
Benedict Cumberbatch visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, and he was surprisingly game to talk about his recent wedding and impending fatherhood.
When Jimmy Kimmel mentioned Cumberbatch's Valentine's Day wedding with Sophie Hunter, the actor, 38, joked that he wasted no time visiting the late-night show because "I felt bad about you not coming."
Originally posted 02/15/2015 06:00AM
Just three months after announcing their engagement, Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter tied the knot on Saturday on the Isle of Wight in England with very little buzz leading up to the big event.
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