How did Michelle Obama end up announcing best picture?

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Oscar night was a good time for Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lawrence and Daniel Day-Lewis, and a mixed bag for viewers. The awards show was long and uneven, and also a puzzling night in many respects. We tackled some of the unanswered questions that remained after the Dolby Theatre emptied.

What was up with Michelle Obama’s cameo? Was this the longest show ever? What tripped up Jennifer Lawrence?

Find out the answers to these burning questions.

Surprise winners ‘Argo,’ Lawrence, ‘Downton’ liven up SAG Awards

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Don’t place those Oscar bets yet: Sunday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards showed that there’s no universal favorite among the films and actors who’ll be competing at the Feb. 24 Academy Awards ceremony.

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Anne Hathaway, Adele, Jennifer Lawrence win early Golden Globes

In what many critics are predicting could be a preview of February’s Academy Awards best supporting actress choice, Anne Hathaway took home the Golden Globe Sunday night for best supporting actress in a motion picture for her role as Fantine in ”Les Miserables.”