Today in Movie Culture: Best Oscar Moments, The Making of the Lego Oscar and More

Today in Movie Culture: Best Oscar Moments, The Making of the Lego Oscar and More

Feb 23, 2015

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:


In honor of Birdman winning Best Picture (via Jean Julian):


The best musical moment from last night, one that brought the audience to tears, was John Legend and Common's performance of "Glory" from Selma


"Stay weird. Stay different." The Imitation Game screenwriter Graham Moore gave the most inspirational speech this year:


Remember the disturbance during the acceptance speech for Big Hero 6? That was the movie's voice cast member and future Deadpool co-star T.J. Miller. We barely saw him from down below. Now here's the ceremony from his view:


We are LITERALLY in the last row. It's hilarious and perfect- we can't even see the magnifying screens.

A photo posted by T.J. Miller (@teenagemillionaire) on


See how "BrickMaster" Nathan Sawaya made the Lego Oscars handed out last night:


This supercut shows us how all the nominees reacted to their own clips, via The Verge:



For anyone who thinks Eddie Murphy isn't fun anymore, see him in this video from the Academy Governor's Ball with Kevin Hart, via Jimmy Kimmel Live


In this cute video, the town of Görlitz, Germany, where The Grand Budapest Hotel was shot, congratulates the movie on their Oscars while thanking and paying tribute to the production:


The motion graphics seen during the naming of the Best Picture nominees were directed and designed by Henry Hobson with Electric, seen below:


Watch the first 18 minutes of the 37th Academy Awards, held 50 years ago. Julie Andrews was at that one, too:


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