I can’t help but dance when I hear “Drive It Like You Stole It.”
This is totally unsurprising and also—I feel—deserving, but Hailee Steinfeld and Annette Bening were also brilliant in their respective films.
Her intro for Meryl Streep’s Cecil B. DeMille Award is about how it’s really stressful to be friend with Meryl Streep, I think.
This Kristen Wiig/Steve Carell bit is good, but the Kristen Wiig/Will Ferrell bit was better.
I love La La Land, but this is an award it shouldn’t have won. Definitely should have gone to Jenkins or Lonergan.
Maybe this will put an end to the “Ryan Reynolds is a dark horse for an Oscar nomination” conversation.
Davis is all but assured the Oscar this year, but she got very honest her speech about the kind of campaigning stars do to win these things.
Regarding Moana: The La La Land sweep could also get in the way of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s EGOT.
Lyricists Justin Paul and Benj Pasek have a musical currently running on Broadway, which could very well be up for some Tonys. This could be a huge year for them.
Yes! It’s my personal favorite of the year. It’s such a loving film, and Annette Bening is wondrous in it.
Glover also thanks Migos for the song “Bad And Boujee.”
Billy Bob turned his speech into a Bob Odenkirk roast: “Bob and I have had a feud since the 1940s when we did a movie with Van Johnson.
Are we also allowing Jimmy Fallon’s Chris Rock impression?