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Each of the eight nominees for best picture took home at least one Oscar on Sunday. "Birdman" won for best picture, best director, best original screenplay and best cinematography. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" also took home four awards, including best costume design. "Entertainment Tonight" co-host Nancy O'Dell reports from Los Angeles.
The stars turned out for glamorous after parties in Hollywood Sunday night to celebrate the Oscars. Suzanne Marques reports from behind the scenes.
Hollywood celebrated the best of the big screen at the 87th Academy Awards. Danielle Nottingham has the highlights.
Academy Awards tribute honors those who have passed, including directors Richard Attenborough, Paul Mazursky, Mike Nichols
After Lady Gaga performed "The Sound of Music," Julie Andrews came on stage, surprising her with a big, warm hug.
At the 87th Academy Awards, Patricia Arquette graciously accepted an Oscar for best supporting actress. She stirred the crowd by giving a stirring speech about equal rights for women.
Neil Patrick Harris opened the 2015 Oscars with a spectacular musical, cracking jokes about Kanye West and Oscars' lack of diversity
Tegan and Sara were joined by Will Arnett and Questlove during the upbeat performance
Andrews showed up after Lady Gaga performed a tribute to "The Sound of Music"
Winner of best supporting actress pushed for wage equality and equal rights for women while accepting the honor
NPH cracked jokes, stripped to his underwear and performed a musical number at the 87th Academy Awards
The director, along with collaborator Joe Berlinger were known for their "Paradise Lost" trilogy on the controversial "West Memphis Three"
The "Fifty Shades of Grey" star walked the red carpet -- and gave an awkward interview -- with her mother, Melanie Griffith
Celebrities and fans want to put an end to "Who are you wearing?" on the red carpet
A look at the winners from the 87th Academy Awards
Classic Hollywood took hold Sunday night with dazzling looks and lots of glamour
From host Neil Patrick Harris to performer Lady Gaga, stars take to social media before and during the Academy Awards
With the stage set for the 87th Academy Awards, fans lucky enough to get an invite fill the bleachers outside the Dolby theatre in Hollywood. There's lots of debate about who will win some of the night's biggest awards. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Neil Patrick Harris hosts the 87th annual ceremony, with "Birdman" and "Boyhood" in a tight race to claim best picture
The erotic drama starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan stayed at No. 1 over the weekend