Star Scoop: Daniel Day-Lewis Breaks Record, Seth MacFarlane’s Mixed Oscars Reviews, Jimmy Kimmel’s Star-Studded ‘Movie’


Not only was Daniel Day-Lewis man of the hour after his best actor win at the Oscars, but the Lincoln star was also heralded as a history maker. His win for the Steven Spielberg-directed biopic made him the only actor in history to win three Academy Awards in the best actor category. His first was for My Left Foot in 1989 and There Will Be Blood in 2007. [Reuters]

Another dapper gent worth rave reviews from last night's Oscars? Well, aside from Ben Affleck, Ang Lee, and Quentin Tarantino, there's host Seth MacFarlane. There was the “We Saw Your Boobs” chorus, a RihannaChris Brown chaff, and dig at the Kardashian's courtesy of Affleck's Argo beard. And although he seemingly kept the night's A-lister's laughing, the Family Guy creator received mixed reviews across the web. [NPR]

Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, Amanda Seyfried, and Salma Hayek. We're not just listing off the attendees of the 85th Annual Academy Awards — we're roll calling the stars of Jimmy Kimmel's new “movie.” Yes, the talk show host is bringing his spoofing antics back to the Oscars with Movie the Movie: 2V, a star-studded wisecrack starring Oprah Winfrey as president. [ET Online]

Since GLAM has covered the best of the red carpetand rounded up the night's big winners, it's only right that we give you a look at what went down backstage. Like when Anne Hathaway revealed she was already looking for her post-Les Mis gig or when Clooney told Affleck he was “in good company not to be nominated” for the best director nod. Here's what the cameras didn't quite catch. [CNN]

And, as we all have come to expect, with the Oscars comes the Razzies — an unofficial toast to the “worst” performances of the year. The “winner” of the most Golden Raspberrieswent to The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, while Rihanna was given the roast for her supporting actress role in Battleship. [MTV]

Baltimore Raven Jacoby Jones didn't just win during the Superbowl this year. The champion wide receiver also won a spot on the 16th season of Dancing With the Stars. [ESPN]

Patricia MacLachlan, author of children's favorite Sarah, Plain and Tall is teaming up with Random House to publish a book of illustrations dedicated to the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy. [Washington Post]