“It was a fun conversation, the first thing he said was, ‘You owe me money. – Richard Jenkins on his advice to aspiring actors: “If you’re meant to do this, you will find a way.
and I know it seems like everybody’s an actor, but there’s room for everybody.” p.m.
– Viola Davis presents the award for Best Supporting Actor. – Kimmel jokes that the show is too long and whoever delivers the shortest acceptance speech wins a jetski, which appears Price Is Right-style with Helen Mirren serving as the model. She’s wearing a royal blue gown with a structured sweetheart bodice and a giant bow around her waist.
“In a tie, the jetski will go to Christopher Plummer.” p.m. It only took two minutes for the jabs against the president to start, and Kimmel’s not even on stage yet. Truly, only a look that Nicole could pull off at the Oscars. – Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino, two of the women central to Hollywood’s #Me Too movement, speak about the Time’s Up initiative on the red carpet.
– Chadwick Boseman and Margot Robbie present Best Adapted Screenplay. – Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek and Annabella Sciorra, three of the women at the center of the #Me Too movement, arrive onstage to present the pre-taped segment on the movement, which Oscars producers had said was coming. Ashley Judd, Annabella Sciorra and Salma Hayek praise the #Me Too, #Times Up movements: "The changes we are witnessing are being driven by the powerful sound of new voices, of different voices, of our voices." https://t.co/wst3Hx4GJF #Oscars pic.twitter.com/d Bqhimu402 — ABC News (@ABC) March 5, 2018 p.m.
– Common raps about taking on the NRA and the Parkland shooting while introducing Andra Day’s musical performance of “Stand Up for Something.” Common: “We stand up for the Dreamers. – Rudoph and Haddish stay out to present Best Live Action Short Film.
We have always been mesmerized by the power of a great performance.” Winner: Gary Oldman, p.m. The greatest thing our industry does is erase the lines in the sand, when the rest of the world attempts to make them deeper.” p.m. Winner: Guillermo del Toro, Widely expected win, and the first one for del Toro. “I wanna dedicate this to all the people who raised my voice and let me make this movie.” p.m.personality Catt Sadler over the pay disparity between her and a male colleague.Harvey Weinstein was once at the very top of Hollywood.Winner: Chris Overton and Rachel Shenton, [email protected] Himself, @armiehammer, @Gal Gadot, @Ansel Elgort, and more stars surprised moviegoers with snacks during the #Oscars https://t.co/g GUxhyn Ot Y pic.twitter.com/Ny IFAi1q EI — Variety (@Variety) March 5, 2018 p.m. I don’t want us to just clap, I want to really thank them.So the people you see across the screen right now, they’re across the street at the TCL Theater.” Kimmel enlists some actors to go over and surprise the audience at the movie theater next door, who are there seeing a preview of : This seems desperate.As accusations of his sexual predation came to light, it didn't just trigger his downfall.