The Oscars are behind us and while we may agree or disagree on the hosting job, or whether or not the winners deserved to win, the event is one that everyone is talking about, as actors and actresses make the late night and daytime talk show rounds.
Jimmy Kimmel had a special Jimmy Kimmel Live episode that aired Sunday night after the 87th Annual Academy Awards live broadcast, and it began as the Oscars began, with Neil Patrick Harris.
Watch the video here below, along with a NSFW “Mean Tweets” segment.
“My name is Jim Kimmel” [dramatic pause] “and I teach.”
Jimmy Kimmel hosted a special late night edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live after the 87th Annual Academy Awards last night with this “seriously” guffaw-worthy bit called “The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting” about “the greatest acting school there ever was…or ever will be,” according to Benedict Cumberbatch. It included testimonials from Cumberbatch, Lupita Nyong’o, Mila Kunis, Harvey Weinstein, Jeff Bridges, Kristen Bell, Susan Sarandon, Jennifer Anniston, Gary Oldman, Sean Penn, Matt Damon (excuse me – Matt Damen), Emily Blunt, and more.
Chris Pratt attended the Oscars ceremony in Hollywood, CA, last night where MTV’s Josh Horowitz spoke to the Guardians Of The Galaxy star on the Red Carpet about all those rumors about him being the next Indiana Jones. Last month, news broke that Disney was looking to reboot the Indiana Jones film franchise and wanted Pratt to take on the role as the titular adventurer. And just a few days ago, new reports surfaced that long-time Indiana Jones filmmaker Steven Spielberg is interested in directing Pratt in the reboot (Pratt is in his Jurassic World, coming to theaters this June).
So, what did Pratt have to say about all this Indiana Jones business? Well, unlike the other stars Horowitz grabbed a few minutes with on the Red Carpet, the actor didn’t shy away from the question.
The 87th Annual Academy Awards was broadcast live on ABC on Sunday night, February 22, 2015, from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA, with Neil Patrick Harris hosting. Birdman took the big win of Best Picture and went home with four of its nine nominations, while Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel tied with four wins of its own. Check out the list of all the winners from Oscars 2015.
Below are a several highlights from the Oscars 2015 ceremony, complete with video.