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Post by Admin on Tue Mar 04, 2014 12:29 am

Oscar parties: Inside the Governors Ball!
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By Josh Rottenberg on Mar 3, 2014 at 1:36AM

EW is inside the Academy’s official Oscar after-party, the Governors Ball. Keep checking back here for updates on all the A-list celebrating and schmoozing.
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++ Bellying up to the bar to get a drink, 12 Years a Slave Best Supporting Actor nominee Michael Fassbender says he wasn’t surprised by the evening’s outcome. “In fact, tonight went exactly as I thought it would,” he says. “I should have been a bookie. I could have won some money. I haven’t congratulated Lupita yet. I was out taking a pee break so I missed her acceptance speech. But she doesn’t need me. She’s so happy already.”

++ Oscars co-producer Neil Meron explains the decision not to play any winners off the stage this year: “We went for the emotion.”

++ Pixar and Disney exec John Lasseter spotted carrying a pizza box into the party. He says that they haven’t yet started on the sequel for Frozen but they are hard at work on the musical adaptation.

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++ At the Warner Bros. table, there is much celebrating over the 7 wins for Gravity. “I’m a little all over the place,” says the film’s Oscar-winning cinematographer, Emmanuel Lubezki. “I’m kind of numb. The adrenaline and the fear—all of it. Plus, I have to leave here soon. I’m shooting a tiny movie in the desert with Ewan McGregor. After us all being in space, we want to be back on land.”

++ The center of gravity shifts from Gravity to 12 Years a Slave as soon as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie enter the room. Cameras are everywhere. Fans are swarming. The attention is intense. Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley and Pitt pose for photos but Jolie keeps her back to the camera.

++ Oscars co-producer Craig Zadan says he’s operating on two hours of sleep.

++ Matthew McConaughey stops to get his Best Actor award engraved, while John Legend performs “Dancing in the Dark” live for the partygoers. Swarmed by well wishers, McConaughey is asked if he had worked out his acceptance speech ahead of time. “Nah, not really,” he says, then grabs his mother and takes off to the next party.

++ Lupita Nyong’o spotted sitting with her Best Supporting Actress Oscar and grabbing a quiet bite while checking her phone.

++ Cate Blanchett clutches three little chocolate Oscars in one hand and the big gold one in the other while Bette Milder lavishes her with paise. She poses for photos with Sally Hawkins, and the whole Sony team gathers around her for a celebratory photo. “I can’t even remember what I said,” she says of her acceptance speech.

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Post by Admin on Tue Mar 04, 2014 12:31 am,0,2734014.story#ixzz2uvy1kaLP

Oscars 2014: Pitt and Jolie light up the Academy Awards after-party

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at the Governors Ball at the 86th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times / March 2, 2014)

By Chris Lee

March 3, 2014, 6:30 a.m.

At precisely 10:46 p.m. Sunday -- after the Oscar-hand-out action inside the Dolby Theater was receding in the cultural rear-view mirror with every witticism of Ellen DeGeneres -- and the Academy Awards after-party festivities were in full swing on the uppermost floors of the Hollywood and Highland complex, with just about everybody who is anybody in the 2013-14 awards season scrum turned out in their black-tie finest -- Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt strolled into the disco-lit ball room and put the movie star mojo in the room into overdrive. Earlier in the evening, they were accompanied by their 12-year old son Maddox Pitt-Jolie, who was dressed in a natty tuxedo.

The space was already thrumming with Hollywood’s biggest stars. Just about every Oscar nominee and winner made an obligatory pit-stop in the shopping mall-top aerie before moving on to the after-after parties taking place across town. Best supporting actor nominee Bradley Cooper could be seen bro-hugging a close table of confidants (while his date for the evening, his mother, looked on), laughing and tossing back glasses of mineral water. And Win Butler of the acclaimed alt-rock group Arcade Fire, nominated for best original score for director Spike Jonze’s “Her,” was witnessed visibly enjoying the R&B stylings of John Legend, who ran through a spirited set of his biggest hits before an appreciative crowd.

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“That soundtrack was one of the most important things, one of the most personal things I have ever attached my name to,” Butler told the Times.

The nightclub space, located above the venerable theater, was tricked out with vintage Los Angeles street lamps, wall-hanging plant pockets and more h’ors d’oeuvres than a Michelin-certified chef (Spago’s Wolfgang Puck, of course) could shake a butcher’s block at – baby yellowtail, marinated lotus root, lobster claws and inside-out spicy tuna rolls -- for an estimated guest list of 1,500 in the name of Oscar.

Even as R&B star Legend tinkled the ivories and an estimated 1,350 bottles of Thienot Champagne managed to be popped for assembled guests, the intersection of Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard clogged with limousines befitting Hollywood’s starriest night. Best supporting Oscar nominee Michael Fassbender appeared to be entertaining a bevvy of attractive young glamazons, while his “12 Years a Slave” co-star and fellow Academy Award-nominee Chewetel Ejiofor (who lost out to Matthew McConaughey in the leading actor category) tolerated late-night Holllywood’s selfie nation requests.

OSCARS 2014: Full list of winners | Quotes from the stars

“Just one more, love,” Ejiofor could be heard to say. “That’s about it for me.”

And with that, Ejiofor ducked his head into a long black car and headed off into the night.,0,2734014.story#ixzz2uy8nIg29

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