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Paperman Continued

Last week, “Paperman” won the Oscar for Best Animated short, but they never showed the full, unedited ending. Here it is.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]
SPOILER: Best Original Song goes to R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly”, from this video.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]

SPOILER: Best Original Song goes to R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly”, from this video.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]
This one’s a tie between the 12-year-old and 32-year-old versions of the same guy.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]

This one’s a tie between the 12-year-old and 32-year-old versions of the same guy.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]
Life of Pi and Les Mis are okay, but they’re no Dollar Shave Club.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]

Life of Pi and Les Mis are okay, but they’re no Dollar Shave Club.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]
Top that, Roger Deakins.

The Internet Oscars [Click for all the winners]

Top that, Roger Deakins.

CollegeHumor presents the 1st ever INTERNET OSCARS! [Click to see the winners]
"Dumb Ways To Die" also took home the award for Most Adorable Everything.

CollegeHumor presents the 1st ever INTERNET OSCARS! [Click to see the winners]

"Dumb Ways To Die" also took home the award for Most Adorable Everything.

The Evolution of Daniel Day-Lewis’ Facial Hair in Film [Click to SWOON]
It hasn’t always been survival of the trimmest.

The Evolution of Daniel Day-Lewis’ Facial Hair in Film [Click to SWOON]

It hasn’t always been survival of the trimmest.

The Nicolas Cage Awards [Click to watch]
An awards show where every nominee is Nic Cage makes us ALL winners (except Lena Dunham).

The Nicolas Cage Awards [Click to watch]

An awards show where every nominee is Nic Cage makes us ALL winners (except Lena Dunham).

Will Hines regrets everything, and these are his humbly planned Oscar daydreams.
Everyone daydreams about winning an Academy Award, and you can tell a lot about a person from the particular daydream he or she has. Me? I picture myself winning the award for Best Adapted Screenplay. It feels too arrogant to imagine winning Best Actor or Best Picture. Best Adapted Screenplay seems like a reasonable level of success to shoot for, even in fantasy. And I prefer being seen as a writer more than an actor. It seems smarter. I even prefer the idea of winning “adapted” instead of original since it feels more humble to serve an existing work. Mind you, I often confuse “humble” with “unconfident.” [Keep Reading]

Will Hines regrets everything, and these are his humbly planned Oscar daydreams.

Everyone daydreams about winning an Academy Award, and you can tell a lot about a person from the particular daydream he or she has. 

Me? I picture myself winning the award for Best Adapted Screenplay. 

It feels too arrogant to imagine winning Best Actor or Best Picture. Best Adapted Screenplay seems like a reasonable level of success to shoot for, even in fantasy. And I prefer being seen as a writer more than an actor. It seems smarter. I even prefer the idea of winning “adapted” instead of original since it feels more humble to serve an existing work. Mind you, I often confuse “humble” with “unconfident.” [Keep Reading]

How To (and not to) Get Nominated For An Oscar [Click for full article]
There’s Oscar-worthy, and then there’s Not-scar-worthy.

How To (and not to) Get Nominated For An Oscar [Click for full article]

There’s Oscar-worthy, and then there’s Not-scar-worthy.

How to Get Nominated For an Oscar [Click for full list]

Some types of movies make you say, “That’s So Oscar,” and others, uh, don’t.

More Accurate Titles for 2013’s Oscar Nominated Movies [Click for full list]

More Accurate Titles for 2013’s Oscar Nominated Movies [Click for full list]

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