Oscars – Live Update

The 87th Annual Academy Awards begin very shortly at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, honoring the very best in cinema.

Big nominees of the night include ‘Birdman’ and ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ with 9 nominations each. Eddie Redmayne, J.K. Simmons, Emma Stone, and Steve Carrell are among first time nominees. Also, Oscar veteran Julianne Moore has the potential to pick up her first win after five nominations and third time’s the charm for Bradley Cooper who is nominated for a third consecutive year.

Film Mention will be bringing you up to date notifications on the winners, jokes, and notable moments during the telecast. If you aren’t able to watch the show, make sure to keep it here for all you Oscar updates.

See all of the updates after the jump!

12:08 ET – That’s all folks! See you next year!

12:04 ET – ‘Birdman’ wins Best Picture!

11:55 ET – Julianne Moore wins Best Actress  for ‘Still Alice’

11:47 ET – Eddie Redmayne wins Best Actor for ‘The Theory of Everything’

11:41 ET – Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu wins Best Director for ‘Birdman’

11:34 ET – ‘The Imitation Game’ wins Best Adapted Screenplay

11:30 ET – ‘Birdman’ wins Best Original Screenplay

11:22 ET – Julie Andrews presents Alexandre Desplat with Best Original Score for ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

11:15 ET – Lady Gaga performs a tribute to ‘The Sound of Music’

11:05 ET – Glory from ‘Selma’ wins Best Original Song

10:58 ET – John Legend and Common perform Glory from ‘Selma’

10:50 ET – ‘Citizenfour’ wins Best Documentary Feature

10:46 ET – Terrence Howard presents ‘Whiplash’, ‘The Imitation Game’, and ‘Selma’

10:43 ET – ‘Whiplash’ wins Best Film Editing

10:30 ET – Meryl Streep presents the In Memoriam

10:25 ET – ‘Birdman’ wins best cinematography

10:22 ET – ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ wins Best Production Design

10:10 ET – ‘Big Hero 6’ wins Best Animated Film

10:06 ET – ‘Feast’ wins Best Animated Short Film

10:04 ET – ‘Interstellar’ wins Best Visual Effects

9:57 ET – “It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all,” said Oscar Winner Patricia Arquette

9:51 ET – Patricia Arquette wins Best Supporting Actress for ‘Boyhood’

9:51 ET – American Sniper wins Best Sound Editing

9:51 ET – Whiplash wins Best Sound Mixing

9:35 ET – Tim McGraw performs Glen Campbell’s ‘I’m Not Gonna Miss You’

9:28 ET – ‘Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1′ wins Best Documentary Short

9:26 – ‘The Phone Call’  wins Best Live Action Short Film

9:17 – Tegan & Sara and The Lonely Island perform Everything is Awesome from ‘The LEGO Movie’

9:15 – Shirley MacLaine presents ‘Boyhood’. ‘The Theory of Everything’, and ‘Birdman’

9:11 ET – ‘Ida’ wins Best Foreign Language Film

9:01 ET – ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ wins Best Makeup and Hairstyling

8:58 ET – ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ wins Best Costume Design

8:49 ET – Maroon 5 performs Lost Stars from ‘Begin Again’

8:47 – Liam Neeson presents ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ and ‘American Sniper’

8:42 -J.K. Simmons wins Best Supporting Actor for ‘Whiplash’

8:30 ET – Let the show begin!

8:00 ET – T-Minus 30 minutes!

7:30 ET – One hour to go!

7:00 ET – ABC begins its red carpet coverage! T-Minus One and a half hours till showtime!

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See a full list of nominees, HERE

See my predictions, HERE

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