After Hours: Oscar Special and More

After Hours, just what is After Hours, well it is a movie column named after one of my favorite Martin Scorsese films. After Hours will feature any movie news we might have missed during the day. After all we human.

Considering the Academy Awards were held last night, I thought it would be fitting to make this a bit Oscar centric plus any additional news we may have missed throughout the day.

How It Should of Ended added an Oscar Best Picture Summary

They also added how The Dark Knight should of ended

Mark Ruffalo may have lost the Best Supporting Actor Award to Christian Bale, but that is not stopping him from tweeting his entire acceptance speech.

So just in case I don’t win tonight and even if I did the Academy forbids thanking people in your speech I would like 2 selfishly use tweets

Thank You Sunrise. My wife and my partner in crime and fun and hard times and joy and sadness in heartbreak and healing and dinners and kids

Lisa Cholodenko, Thank you so much in your belief in me and allowing me. You love Actors and create a work place where we are free. Adore U.

I must thank my dear fellow Actors. Especially the Glorious Julianne Moore. Any recognition must be shared with her. It was all in the dance

Annette, Mia, Josh, Thank you for making it so easy to react off you and live off your brilliant naturalistic performances. Honored.

The crew, thank you for being such a great team. We all had a hell of a good time and you didn’t skip a single beat in 23 days of no sleep.

I would like to thank Stuart Blumberg and Lisa for creating a beautiful script with real people doing real and human things. Paul kicks ass.

I would like to thank all the producers but especially Jeffery Levy-Hinte who is an unsung hero. You carried this movie to the finish.Thanks

James Shamus and the folks at Focus Features, Thank you. You have given this movie every opportunity and supported us in cash and spirit. XO

Mom and Dad, Thanks for telling me I would be okay if I left home and went to LA. Thanks for helping me when you couldn’t afford it. Love U

Keen, Bella, Odette my dearest ones, my little teachers. Thank you so much for being patient with Papa having to be away so much.

Last but not least. The people who came out to see the movie and support it and talk about it and send your friends. You are being honored 2

I know I must be forgetting someone. IF I am I will amend my twit-speech. I would like to also shout out to all actors. 5000yr tradition!!

Of Course. I would like to thank my Lawyer Keith Klevan and My publicists Annett Wolf, Jessica Kolstad, Marla Farrel, Candace Cheong, et al

Thank you, Gaby Morgerman and Robert Stein

Thank you my current Managers. The best is yet to come. Aleen Keshishian, Scott Wexler, Margaret Riley, thanks for making this a great time

Thanks UTA and my kick ass Agent team. Shani Rosenzweig, Billy Lazarus, Tracy Jacobs and Rena Ronson and everyone else who has been so kind.

Alan Silvestri, composer for such films as Back to the Future and Forrest Gump, will compose the music for Captain America: The First Avenger

Black Swan will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 29th.

Here is a look at the Insidious movie poster

Here is a look at the alternate opening for Tangled‘s sister site Superherohype has provided some pictures from the set of The Amazing Spider-Man

FilmZ has debuted two new posters for X-Men: First Class

Lee Unkrich tweeted his Oscar homecoming.