CELEBRITY ROLL CALL: Oscar Edition!

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans by Tommy Vergason

February 26, 2007

-- Access Hollywood was there for the Academy Awards, and this morning we’re here for you! The Oscar Edition of Celebrity Roll Call is your one-stop shop for everything Oscar, with a rundown of our exhaustive coverage of the big night, as well as some tidbits from our friends around the web. Follow this Roll Call lesson plan, and you’ll be sure to wow your friends, family and co-workers with your unparalleled Oscar prowess!

-- ACCESS HOLLYWOOD provides a wrap-up of who took home the statue, including a complete list of winners and exclusive videos and photos from the red carpet!

-- So who wore what? Get the scoop on who impressed (and who shouldn’t have dressed) with ACCESS HOLLYWOOD’s fashion report!

-- Is it celebrity dirt you crave? Get it in spades with our minute-by-minute coverage from Dish of Salt’s Laura Saltman, GossipCop Michael Lewittes, and MovieMantz Scott Mantz!

-- It’s been a long and winding road for last night’s Best Director Martin ScorseseACCESS HOLLYWOOD and the ASSOCIATED PRESS team up to provide the backstory on the man of the year and his date with Oscar destiny.

More Oscar Scoop After the Video!

Oscar Red Carpet: Leo & Will


-- They may not have won statues last night, but they’ve certainly won the hearts of the ladies! Get some backstage scoop from Keith Urban and James Bond himself, Daniel Craig.

-- For a recap of memorable moments from last night’s show, including funny bits and acceptance speeches, US WEEKLY’s got the breakdown.

-- What lengths do the top designers go to for the stars to wear their stuff on the red carpet? THE NEW YORK POST’s CINDY ADAMS has some examples.

-- For a review of the show itself, and thoughts on the job done by host Ellen Degeneres, TV GUIDE’s MATT ROUSH and the NY DAILY NEWS’ DAVID BIANCULLI offer their opinions.

-- THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER focuses on the renewed shelf-life of nominated films in theaters and on DVD, as well as the international component to this year’s nominees.

-- THE NY TIMES analyzes the part corporations played in last night’s proceedings, in this modern “Tivo” era where commercials are often skipped by viewers.

-- MSNBC reports on the eco-friendly steps taken by the stars and the show itself to preserve our environment, and spotlight the man who has been nominated 19 times - and NEVER won!

-- VARIETY offers spotlights on two of last night’s honorees, Best Supporting Actor Alan Arkin and Humanitarian Award winner Sherry Lansing.

-- And how about those red carpet reporters? PEOPLE reviews Ryan Seacrest and the gang, as well as red carpet fixture Joan Rivers.

-- And finally, what were the stars who weren’t at the big show doing? They were watching it at some fabulous Hollywood parties! E! ONLINE’s MARC MALKIN reports on Elton John‘s star-studded Oscar viewing party, while the NEW YORK POST’s PAGE SIX covers the Mercedes Benz and Entertainment Weekly viewing parties.

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