Oscar 2015 winners

Oscar winners Patricia Arquette, Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, J.K. Simmons credit Oscars

The winners have been announced and the discussions have been analysed (on Twitter anyway) here is what was most talked about during the show.

The big winner was Birdman with 4 wins from 9 nominations although it got no acting awards, those went to The Theory of Everything, Best Actor, Eddie Redmayne; Still Alice, Best Actress, Julianne Moore; Boyhood, Best Supporting Actress, Patricia Arquette and Whiplash, Best Supporting Actor, J.K. Simmons.

American Sniper made more money that the rest of the Best Movie nominees combined but only collected on Oscar for sound editing. The full list of results.

Below are all 28 movies that feature for this years Oscars. You can watch them all or select the ones you would like using the "playlist" option on the top left of the video.

Oscars make you famous. You might think they were always famous. Screen Junkies offers a look at some of this years nominee's before they made it big.

Neil Patrick Harris will present the Oscars this year, one of many that have taken on the role in the 87 year history. The opening piece sets the tone for that years show, so here are 18 of them including many from Billy Crystal, often considered to be have been one of the best.


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