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The 'Brokeback Mountain' director insists what happened to King the tiger on the set of his film 'was an accident.'
A number of visual effects workers are left fuming when 'Jaws' music was played mid-sentence of Westenhofer's speech at Sunday's Academy Awards.
Michelle Obama announces the Oscar for Best Picture goes to 'Argo', while Ang Lee scores the most awards for his film 'Life of Pi' with four in total.
'Django' gets its first Oscar as Christoph Waltz wins the Best Supporting Actor award, while 'Paperman' and 'Brave' snatch the Best Animated Short and Feature prizes respectively.
Moore wrote on his Twitter to explain his friend's situation, 'Apparently the Immigration & Customs officers couldn't understand how a Palestinian could be an Oscar nominee.'
Marcus Mumford and his folk rock band climb back up to no. 1 from last week's fourth spot boosted by their recent win at the Grammys.
'Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' is up for nine awards in total, while the shipwreck drama and the James Bond film bag eight and seven nods respectively.
Also mentioned in the list are 'Zero Dark Thirty', 'Lincoln', 'Dark Knight Rises', 'Argo', 'Beasts of the Southern Wild', 'Moonrise Kingdom' and 'Silver Linings Playbook'.
The fifth and final movie in the 'Twilight Saga' took in an estimated $64 million from Wednesday to Sunday.
Dubbing 'Pi' his most difficult filming experience so far, Lee admits that making the gay cowboy film was easier for him because it was 'strictly arthouse' and 'a lot cheaper.'
Though the movie has received a stream of positive reviews, Lee admits that it is something he initially declined to helm because 'it was way too expensive to make, if it was filmable at all.'
One clip shows Pi Patel's first encounter with the tiger when he was a kid, while the other one sees his struggle to survive in the sea with his man-eating best friend.