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  1. Breaking: Neil Patrick Harris Is Hosting the 2015 Oscars!

    He requests the highest of fives!

    This bodes well for the opening number, doncha think? Gone Girl: The Musical. It's gonna be legen.....DARY.

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  2. Get a Condensed Lesson in Filmmaking From a Supercut of the Last Shot of Every Best Picture Winner

    Now you just have to figure out how to put together the other 2.999999 acts.

    Everyone loves movies, but not everyone has the necessary things to go to film school, such as "time" or "a massive pile of money," so The Final Image will help you avoid both of those problems. They've got a supercut of the final shot from every Best Picture winner, so you can learn how to finish that screenplay you've been working on.

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  3. Batkid Was Cut From the Oscars, They Were Significantly Less Adorable as a Result

    They found a way to cut our hopes and dreams.

    I don't even have to see the Oscars' cut Batkid segment to know that I would've preferred for it to be included. It could have been twenty solid minutes of Batkid and Ellen standing awkwardly next to each other, and it still would've been adorable and better than any other part of the Oscars. So why did it get cut? The Internet has some theories.

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  4. The Worf of Starfleet Trailer Should’ve Won Wolf of Wall Street an Oscar

    Here's your consolation prize, Scorsese.

    I think the members of the Academy may have missed this parody trailer, because how could you not give an Oscar to the movie responsible for this? Oh well. If your movie doesn't win an Oscar, a parody with a Worf pun is pretty much the best next thing, right?

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  5. Our Completely Unfounded Picks for Tonight’s Oscars

    Because we weren't deterred by our almost-completely incorrect Golden Globes predictions!

    The Oscars are tonight, and though we're all desperately curious to see if Jennifer Lawrence will trip over her dress again, we also have some thoughts about who should take home those coveted golden statues. Yeah, so our reasoning isn't exactly based in hard science, but we like what we like, and nerds never have a shortage of opinions on films.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Superheroines In Love

    Things We Saw Today

    Kat Leyh's webcomic Supercakes chronicles the off-duty moments of super-couple Molly and May. Dang it, now I want pancakes. (via io9)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: As The Crow Flies Game Of Thrones Poster

    Things We Saw Today

    CORN! Check out the character posters here. (via Game Of Thrones Twitter)

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  8. Lead Actresses Get Less Screen Time Than Lead Actors, Because Hollywood Is a Sexist Sh*thole

    Oh Hollywood

    This Sunday is the 86th annual Oscars, a magical night where the Hollywood elite get together to celebrate themselves and be excruciatingly boring for three-plus hours. There's one thing*, though, that Hollywood might not want to pat itself on the back for too much: This year's lead actor nominees got, on average, 150% of the screentime of their female counterparts. Lead actresses: Getting screwed over for screentime in their own dang films. *Plus many, many others.

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  9. Have All 9 Best Picture Oscar Nominees Plus 41 Other Movies From 2013 Spoiled for You in One Video

    Or don't. Your call.

    I don't know who would want to have all the Best Picture nominees spoiled for them, but if you do, now you can along with 41 other movie spoilers all in under seven minutes thanks to the Fine Brothers. Why? I don't know. They like spoiling things?

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  10. The Oscar Statue Gets a Bit More Anatomically Correct in This Sketch From Above Average

    Count how many times they say "penis."

    Did you know the Oscar statue had a penis until the 1950s? Okay, that's not actually true, but it's the premise for this sketch from Above Average. In it, SNL's Tim Robinson plays a sculptor who is finally restoring the Oscar statue to its full, penis-having splendor... because of reasons?

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