So far I've learned that Nick Nolte has owned crows and a prophetic pinball machine.
And apparently has a hard time hearing stupid questions.
That Google Earth-style overhead ABC is using between the interview segments is exceptionally useless.
I keep thinking that music is emanating from an official Academy rave tent.
Foo Fighters are probably still hanging out in the rave tent from the Grammys two weeks ago.
Perhaps needless to say, no actual Oscars have been awarded yet.
We've still got 30 minutes of glad-handing and balderdash.
Official show begins at 5:30.
Collier being helped off the floor.
I love Tim Gunn on "Runway," but would it kill him to tell one of his interviewees that they need to "make it work?"
I have a number of videos that refuse to upload, so we'll have them later: Mike Parker, Jerry Allen, Duck fan, Beaver fan, and Gary Payton.
Gwyneth Paltrow is wearing a dress that reminds me of my grandmother's couch.
Wonder what's going down at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion tonight.
The Muppets and Queen -- it kinds works.
Hard to disagree with that Michelle Williams call. Jessica Chastain also looks great.
Jessica's trending at No. 1 on Twitter. Miss Piggy has fallen off.
I hat e to sound negative, but I would guess that "John Carter" movie is about to lose a ton of money for Disney.
Red seems to be a popular color for women tonight. Natalie Portman looks fabulous.
It appears that this year's ceremony will begin with a medley.
The show is about to begin.
Whereas this Mirror Mirror movie is shaping up as a huge hit.
Four Oscars in, and here's the tally: Two for Hugo, one for The Artist and one for The Iron Lady.
Celebrities are talking about their first movies. What was yours?
The first movie I recall seeing was a "Fantasia" revival when I was a kid at Graumann's Chinese.
The first movie I snuck off to see by myself was Diamonds Are Forever, so I'm kind of with Adam Sandler on that one.
First movie: King & I in 1956. I was 3 years old and apparently reached out and rubbed the head of the bald man in front of me, thinking it was Yul Brynner
I didn't actually see a James Bond movie until "For Your Eyes Only."