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visions, to inspire passion in your casts and crews, and to dream, even though dreams can easily and unexpectedly turn into nightmares. but despite the inherent risks, the astounding films you've made have resulted in a combined 37 nominations, including this award. here are the nominees for achievement in directing. >> adam mckay, "the big short." >> it's a story about what's happening right this second. it's got the importance and fun to it, as well. >> like to work as much as i possibly can for as long as i possibly can with the actors. >> lenny abrahamson, "room." tom mccarthy, "spotlight." involved in the presence of thinking the thing into existence. >> at the end of the day, our job is to tell stories, but it is nice to feel like the movie has something to say.spotlit.
material that you genuinely believe has social relevance, and so, i feel like we were really motivated by that. >> the way i approach this was long takes, not many cuts. >> alejandro g. inarritu, "the revenant." >> very precise choreography. rehearse. is for. >> shoing mostly in continuity replicated what the chase is. >> george miller, "mad max: fury road." >> it was an opportunity to do what i attempted to do back then, but to use the new technology. >> and the oscar goes to --
revenant." >> this is the fourth oscar and seventh nomination for alejandro g. inarritu. he took home three oscars last year for "birdman." >> thank you to the academy. i can't believe this is happening, i -- it is amazing to receive this award tonight. but -- it's much more beautiful for me to share it with all the talent and crazy cast and colleagues and crew members along the continent that made this film possible, to all and each of you.
leo -- you are "the revenant." thank you for giving every soul, your soul, your heart. your life. tom hardy, all the native american cast, all the english american cast, thank you very much for your trust, for your talent. i want to thank chivo, thank you for bringing the light to this journey and i want to thank, too, to arnold milton, thank you for your unconditional support. my producers, all the people -- i -- i am very lucky to be here tonight, okay? but unfortunately, many others haven't had the same luck. there is a line in the film that says, they don't listen to you, when they see the color of your skin.
our generation to really liberate ourselves from all prejudice and, you know, this way of thinking and make sure for once and forever that the color of skin become as irrelevant and the length of our hair. this is for my father. thank you very much. >> announcer: still to come, the most anticipated awards of the night -- actress, actor and best picture. find out who wins, right here. alright, movie night. no dad, you pick. i know i have a little bit of time so i'm gonna rush and say everybody, and you can cut away, i won't be mad at you. don't forget to thank your wife. i will never forget to thank my high school sweetheart and the mother of my children. i love you. and my parents who are here. i just want to... oh, here we go. everybody involved with the movie!
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we do that just so harold can go to the governor's ball. please welcome last year's winner for best actor and a nominee tonight, mr. eddie redmayne. >> good evening. the five extraordinary artists nominated for best actress delivered performances with complexity and depth. divorce-bound woman who finds unexpected passion with a shop girl. a young mother who, with her son, escapes captivity and adjusts to the world outside. a struggling single mother and inventor who builds a business empire. a woman whose marriage is tested by the revelation of a decades-old secret. and a young irish immigrant torn between two countries and two
here are the nominees for performance by an actress in a leading role. cate blanchett, "carol." >> how much are you paying for this? >> i wish i couldave been sent to your husband. >> that can't be right. >> my reputation rests o my efficiency. >> how do i know you're not lying? >> brie larson, "room." >> we call him old nick. i don't know what his real name is. but he pretended his dog was sick -- >> what is the dog's name? >> there wasn't a dog! he was trying to trick me. okay? there wasn't a dog. old nick stole me. >> i want a different story. >> no, this is the story that
>> jennifer lawrence, "joy." >> please. tommy needs to be changed! oh, chris see. what are you doing? i just -- >> what are you doing? >> you're going to lose another job. >> you're sick. -- i'm a singer, that's what i do. >> you're not making any money singing. get in your car and go to your job. i can't do this. i can't do this. i am losing my mind! >> charlotte rampling, "45 years." >> i really need you to want to be there. >> i do want to be there. >> there's one thing, haven't been enough for you. it's something altogether different that everyone else feels it, too. >> you really believe you haven't been enough for me? >> no, i think i was enough for
nomination for brie larson. >> oh, wow! thank you. thank you, first, to the academy. i want to start big, because the thing that i love about movie making is how many people it takes to make it, so, i want to start first with the toronto film festival, who gave us a chance, who gave us a platform first. a-24, for taking this movie into their hands and sharing it with the world. thanks to our director, who is absolutely incredible. emma, who created this world. jacob tremblay, my partner through this. in every way possible. my real partner, alex greenwald, i love you. to my parents, my agent, my manager, the rest of my team, my
everyone who paratils pateticipated in "room." thank you to the fans. than theater and seeing our film. i appreciate it. thank you. >> announcer: next, the most talked-about awards of the year. which actor will win? and will your favorite film take home the oscar? the oscars on abc, brought to you by cadillac. don't you dare take that apart. don't you dare get any big ideas. don't you dare play with your food. don't you dare paint on the walls.
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dimensional characters, some drawn from real-life, all of them larger than life. the blacklisted screenwriter dalton trumbo. the resourceful astronaut abandoned on mars. the vengeful frontiersman, betrayed by his companions. the brilliant and complicated co-founder of apple. and one of the first people to undergo gender confirmation surgery. here are the outstanding nominees for performance by an actor in a leading role. bryan cranston, "trumbo." >> when you hear me working, you don't knock. >> but it's my birthday. >> you don't knock. ever. >> so, the house is on fire, you
>> i work in the bathtub. surrounded by water. so, i'm fairly certain that even if the whole country was on fire, that i could still function as this family's persrsal slave and all i ask is not to be interrupted for every little slice of birthday cake. >> matt damon, "the martian." >> i'm about to leave where i'm going to commandeer the area. nobody gave me permission to do this and they can't until i'm on board the aries 4. so, that means i'm going to be taking a craft over in international waters without permission, which, by definition, makes me a pirate. space pirate.
revenant." >> michael fassbender, "steve jobs." >> don't send him around to slap me around the press. anybody else, anyone but rainman. don't manipulate him like that. whatever you may think, i'm always going to protect him. >> come on, steve. >> that's what men do. >> eddie redmayne, "the danish girl." >> i promised -- >> einar is dead. we both have to accept that. you took care of me, but now, i
i have to congratulate the other incredible nominees this year for their unbelievable performances. "the revenant" was a product of the tireless efforts of an unbelievable cast and crew. i got to work alongside first off, to my brother in this endoveen endeavor endeavor, mr. tom hardy. tom -- your fierce talent on screen can only be surpassed by your friendship offscreen. to alejandro. as the history of cinema unfolds, you have forged your way into history. what an unbelievable talent you are. thank you to you and chivo for creating a transcendent cinematic experience for all of us. everybody at fox and new regency. you are the champion of this endoveen endeavor endeavor. my team. i have to thank everyone from the very onset of my career, mr.
film, mr. scorsese for teaching me so much. to mr. rick yorn, thank you for helping me navigate my way through this industry. to my parents, none of this would be possible without you. my friends, i love you. and i want to say this. making "the revenant" was about man's relationship to the natural world. a world that we felt in 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history. our production needed to move to the southern tip of this planet just to be able to find snow. climate change is real. it is happening right now. it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work together and stop procrastinating. we need to support leaders around the world who do not speak for the big polluters, the big corporations, but who speak for all of humanity, for the indigenous people of the world. for the billions and billions of
be most affected by this. for our children's children and for those people out there whose voices have been drowned out by the politics of greed. i thank you all for this amazing award tonight. let us not take this planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen please welcome, oscar winner morgan freeman. >> the moviemaking process is complete. the picture that hits the big screen is the result of collaboration by dedicated practitioners of the art, many of whom we recognized tonight. writers, directors, designers, cinematographers, effects
actors and now, of course, the producers who guide the process from the first glimmer of an idea to the final fadeout. our last award honors that magical realization. once again, here are the nominees for best picture. "brooklyn." "room." "spotlight." "bridge of spies." "the big short." "the revenant." "the martian." "mad max: fury road."
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-13- action news it's the movie industry's awards.... just wrapped up... in hollywood... and... it all came down to this: "the oscar" for best picture goes to: spotlight you watched it all unfold here live just minutes ago. also leaving the stage tonight with an oscar.. brie larson for best actress for her role in "room" and... for best leading actor... leonardo dicaprio for his role in "the revenant" good evening... and... thanks for joining us.... for this special edition of we have a packed show for you following tonight's oscars.. so let's get to it. we just showed you....
but... that's not all.... people are talking about. one of the main focuses of tonight's show.... the controversy.... over diversity. host chris rock came out of the gate addressing the issue of there being... no african american actors nominated.... this year. if you want to have black nominees every year, you just need to have black categories like best black friend..and the winner for the 18th year in a row, is wanda sykes. lady gaga got a standing ovation with her rendition of "til it happens to you" from the documentary "the hunting ground". the film adresses the issue of sexual assault, something the singer has said she is a victim of. she was joined on stage by other sexual assault victims. a live look now out at a the palms hotel-casino where this year's "variety salutes hollywood" oscar viewing party just wrapped up. valley view live and ok-tv host megan telles is there standing by and she'll join us in just a
las vegas could be soon be the new hollywood. be the new hollywood. that's not the only oscar coverage we have for you tonight. we have much more coming up later in this newscast. developing now... a shooting in pahrump.... takes another twist! deputies say... the mother of a girl.... who was shot at multiple times.... by her boyfriend was arrested... for conspiracy. 13 action news reporter.... gina lazara spoke to one of the family members tonight.... gina? look live: this all started friday afternoon. when 21 year old cody barnes decided he didn't want his underage girlfriend to move out of the house. the younger sister tells me -- cody decided it was a good idea to shoot the tires of his girlfriends car so she couldn't drive away. and what we're learning tonight is -- the underage girlfriends mom told cody it was a good idea. police say the 21-year old fired multiple rounds before the girlfriend and another guy were able to drive away... cody followed them and shot his
cody was eventually arrested in california for attempted murder. the girlfriends mom -- 42 year old kristy finnegan was arrested for conspiracy to commit assault with a deadly weapon -- along with five other charges. we went to the nye county jail to talk to her today but she never came to the monitor to interview. finnegan's younger daughter tells 13 action news - her mom made a poor decision but it was with good intentions to keep her daughter from leaving town. the younger sister also tells me cody is generally a nice guy but hes jealous and that is probably what caused him to shoot his gun. reporting in pahrump gina lazara 13 action news right now.. police are looking for a gunman who killed a woman near decatur and hayes. police say the shooter pulled up to the intersection early this morning and fired several shots into the victim's car. metro says the victim may have a second person was in the car but wasn't hurt. new information on the arrest of a juvenile.. accused of killing swans and ducks at
animal rights activists are expected to hold a rally in front of the courthouse tomorrow.. asking the judge to give the suspect the maximum penalty including probation until he's 21 years old. organizers plan to be there at 8:45 in the morning. the suspect was arrested last week in connection with the deaths of the birds in november. ... we move to new information.... on an overnight apartment fire. near the "las vegas country club" investigators tell 13 action news... it was likely started by squatters... and... its the second time this year. 13 action news reporter... mahsa saeidi is near vegas valley and maryland parkway.. mahsa.. incredible damage here a neighghor tells me this is where a family lived. they paid rent. tonight their doors are boarded up that family is homeless take look upstairs you see charred metal twisted wood hole through the cieling that is where im told the squatters lived. i think it's a huge safety concern... up to no good shortly before 10am multiple people called 911...
roof multiple parts of building on fire! investigators say they believe this fire.. like the one at the beginning of the year was started by squatters. that fire was onthe soutside of the building. multiple families were displaced then...at least temporarily... when some were allowededto come back... they told 13 action news they didnt have gas/power for some time. you can see...ad lib damage the damage estimated to about hundred thousand dollars this time sround. reporting live mahsa saeidi a valley neighborhood was evacuated today for more than two hours while metro officers prepared for a potentially dangerous standoff. 13 action news reporter david schuman was the only reporter
tweeting updates and pictures like this all afternoon. he tells us how neighbors described the tense situation. 12:00:34 carlos hernandez, neighbor "you don't know if there can be gunshots and everything." carlos hernandez is eleven years old...and he was scared when metro asked him and his family to leave their home. police blocked off several streets because of a duh-mestic incident. neighbors say they saw a man and a woman speed into a driveway and get out of the car. 00:00:13 karla urzua, neighbor "the guy ran in his house and they managed to catch the lady that was with him in the car and they just took her and he apparently won't come out." 11:59:59 carlos "the dad was with the kid, then the kid ran out and the dad was in there." that's when police set their perimeter...gearing up with shotguns and several officers. david schuman, near wyoming and lamb "the metallic voice of the officer on the pa system demanding that the suspect give himself up could be heard ringing throughout the evacuated neighborhood." the standoff ended quickly...with
the suspect. a source said he may not have even been in the house. the man isn't wanted for any felonies. 00:00:48 karla " i'm not really scared because this has happened before on other occasions." so the community went back home -- further hardened by another run-in with possible danger. near wyoming and lamb..david schuman..13 action news. here's the winner of today's scale the stratt. sproule love from new york city.. climbed all 1,455 steps in just 7- minutes and 22-seconds. and get this: the 44 year old won scale the strat last year too with the exact same time. more than 650 people climbed all 108 floors today in a race to the top of the stratosphere scale the stratt benefits the american lung association of nevada.. but the fundraising continues for another month. they're expected to raise more than 215-thousand dollars. matt damon got a best actor
his newest film.. "bourne five".. is coming out in july. part of it was filmed in las vegas.. and it's one of what could be many movies shot around the valley. hold onto your.... mouse ears... disneyland and walt disney world have changed their prices!!!! and... this price change is now... in affect....
directors.. producers.. and their blockbuster films... to las vegas. valley view live and ok tv host megan telles is live at "the palms" tonight..... with steps local leaders are taking... to bring hollywood to our city. megan. megan telles ad lib nat pop of bourne trailer we're going to see the jason bourne film that premieres on july 29th with major motion pictures filming in las vegas... we're going to see frank and lola premiering at sundance getting distribution deals, trust premiering at sxsw. nevada film office director
trends in nevada's film industry rise hollywood is changing starting as the division of motion pictures in nevada in 1982, the now nevada film office working with anyone creating content in the state. i don't care if it's a film, youtube video getting 19-million that gets 19000 hits, netflix, amazon, hulu. what we do is market the state of nevada to content creators. predicting we'll see nevada on the big screen, tv screen and mobile screen more now than 25-40 feature films filming in and around nevada every single year ... las vegas is so umique because we have everything here. we've got forrest and we've got snow and water and we've got desert. we just have this one street that runs down the middle of it that has a bunch of lights the 5th bourne movie starring a-lister matt damon movie shook the las vegas strip, shutting it down just last month...
and lots like this onethat have hollywood rushing to southern nevada. hangover nat pop emmy-award winning actor turned producer-director jon fondy one of those southern nevada transplants arf around my neck, put on some sunglasses, and drove to hollywood and said i'm here! and they said, so what! after 25-years of grinding in hollywood...the diamond in the desert called him home in 1998opening his 30-thousand square feet vegas tv production and studios last year. with our company we've just signed contracts with reedoux media to do 21 diff episodic episodes on it. las vegas has really become the ellis island of producers and talent coming from hollywood and all around who maybe want a little slower lifestyle little easier lifestyle. the permitting...that much easier, too.
the money out of pocket, not so bad. permitting is free in certain areas and if it's not free very permits are 1 and 2, nat park and rec 8-9 moreso for the detail you have to provide when people see lv on the screen people say that's vegas i want to go there. we're not doubling for place. so we're getting that tourism dollar more than other states would 10:09 ad lib toss to weather high pressure will remain in
systems passing to our north throughout the next week. these systems will continue to drag cloud cover in and out of the are through next weekend. however, dry conditions are expected. the systems will also bring breezes on some days in the coming week. high temperatures will remain at or just below 80 degrees through thursday. breezy winds are expected thursday and friday. we'll see a slight cool-down to the mid and upper 70s friday, then mid 70s for the weekend. fairly calm wind is expected next saturday, then back to breezy on sunday. overnight lows will remain in the low to mid 50s for the next seven days. in consumer news...
starting today... disneyland and walt disney pricing. a value one-day pass... at disneyland... monday through thursday.... when ls are in will drop to -95-dollars. a regular pass... for most weekends and summer weeks... rises to - 1- hundred -5- dollars. the price will then shoot up.... to -1- hundred -12- dollars on peak days. that includes.... most of december.... spring break weeks and july weekends. for 8-million dollars.. a small town an hour from las vegas... can be all yours. plus.. more women are buying guns for self-defense.. but that's not the only reason. i'll explain why there's more
a growing number of women are adding some self-protection to their purses. (nat sound/28:35 outdoor b-roll- instructor talking) it's just another day at the range for firearms instructor maggie mordaunt. but these days.. her classes aren't made up of just the boys. (nat sound/pistol fire) most of the students in this class are women. (nat sound/maggie giving instructions) (b-roll 2-shot interview) and many.. like holly sweet.. are taking-up arms for a reason. (sot 36:48/holly sweet-gun owner) "it's a need and a pleasure now. one, it's my right. (steve: which came first?) i think the need came first.. and i wanted to be better at defending myself and my family.. so in that regard it became a need." maggie mordaunt says she's hearing that a lot more.. and seeing more women show up for her classes. (sot 54:19/maggie mordaunt-defense shooting instructor) "i'm teaching classes here at the gun store twice a month..
(butt) i remember the first time i taught it we had 3 ladies.. and the last time we had 12 ladies." nats of shooting more divorce.. a lot of women are having to protect themselves.. they don't have to depend on a man to protect them so they've taken the initiative to go out there and protect themselves." mordaunt says there was a 51% spike in women buying firearms for defense last year. gun store owner bob irwin says he's also seen the growth over the past 3-years. (sot 06:22/bob irwin-the gun store) "women are up to about 25% of our gun sales.. they were around 10%. (butt) (09:48) "they wanna have a firearm so they can at least try to defend themselves.. and if they practice.. it works." and gun owners like holly sweet say practicing with other women can even become a great social outing. (sot 43:50/holly sweet) "there's a lot of women there now.. we have a great support system.. we have a lot of fun going out shooting." holly even compared shopping for the right firearm to
and.... after the oscars.... it's all about.... who's going home with that handsome.... gold statue. tonight's biggest winners include: best actor with the gold statue going to leonard dicaprio and "the revenant". and.... brie larson took home the oscar.... for best actress for her role in "room" for best supporting actor.... mark rylance for his role.... in "bridge of spies". and... for best supporting actress....
for her part.... in "the danish girl". abc's brandi hitt has the very latest from the red carpet in los angeles. script: sot -- // "mark rylance - bridge of spies" // the "best supporting actor" category? was full of hollywood heavy hitters? with the oscar going to mark rylance. sot -- // "if you ever wondered if working with tom hanks helps? the answer is clearly yes." alicia vikander took home -- "best supporting actress"? sot -- // "thank you so much!" while "mad max - fury road" swept several awards? including production design? film editing.. sound mixing and editing...and make up and hair styling. sot - chris rock // "if they nominated hosts... i wouldn't even get this job." oscars host - chris rock - didn't pull any punches addressing the academy's diversity controversy? sot - film parody // "i'm the danish girl!" placing black actors in parody's of several nominated films? sot - film parody //
even calling hollywood racist. sot - chris rock // "hollywood is sorority racist? we like you rhonda.. but you're not a kappa." best actress went to "room's" brie larson. sot -- winner and -- after five acting nominations - it was finally leonardo dicaprio's year? winning "best actor" for "the revenant." and for best actor? sot -- winner then the biggest award of the night - "best picture." sot - winner ((on camera tag)) and now? it's on to the after parties and the governor's ball. 15-hundred guests are celebrating here tonight? with food? dancing? and more than a thousand bottles of wine. brandi hitt - abc news - hollywood. here are some of your favorite moments from tonight's academy awards.
all the talented actors celebrate their accomplisments at the oscars. they are all winners. and.. daniel liked it when buzz and woody announced the winner for best animated film. he says toy story was the first moved he ever saw.. this is so cool. tonight.. a story nearly 2-years in the making because of bureaucracy and red tape. here's contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears with a "you paid for it" update. darcy stand-up: in 2013, i made a promise to stay on top of how your tax dollars were being spent at our va hospital. i'm keeping that promise and only making good on it now, because it took this long to get an answer from the va to one simple question. the answer is that you paid almost $325-grand for something that's never been used. in the fall of 2013, we began reporting on cost-overruns and construction delays at the
it was still under construction and about $260-million over budget. while veterans were waiting months for care and years to get their claims approved, we looked at how the va was spending more than $115-thousand bucks on things like decorative bubble walls... and this... some of the stuff they built here will probably never even be used, like this guard shack. after it was constructed, they realized they didn't want to delay people who are coming to seek medical care. so it sits empty and unmanned--only to be used, officials say, in the case of a security emergency. a look inside shows this one being used for storage. there are plastic- wrapped gun holsters and rifle cases. and duffel bags of protective equipment in case of a hazardous materials incident. when we first asked how much the guard booths cost taxpayers, the va told us they didn't have the records. they referred us to their office of construction and
it took that office almost two years to give us some heavily blacked-out documents showing a $108,000 price tag for the one booth at the hospital's pecos entrance. darcy stand-up tag: there are three entrances with identical unused guard booths, totaling nearly $325-grand. the va says they never had any plans to man the booths 24/7. they say they're part of a federally-mandated protection strategy to control access if the facility has to go on high security alert. darcy spears, 13 action news. oes.. the third time is the charm.. but that may not necessarily apply to rocket scientists. find out... if a private company was finally able to get a sophisticated rocket.... off the ground today.... in florida.
the third time was not the charm for space-x. the private company called off its launch of a falcon-9 rocket tonight after two similar scrubs in recent days. on its website.. space-x says the rocket and payload are fine.. but there's no word on why the launch was scrubbed again. high pressure will remain in control of the forecast with relatively weak systems passing to our north throughout the next week. these systems will continue to drag cloud cover in and out of the are through next weekend. however, dry conditions are expected. the systems will also bring
coming week. high temperatures will remain at or just below 80 degrees breezy winds are expected thursday and friday. we'll see a slight cool-down to the mid and upper 70s friday, then mid 70s for the weekend. next saturday, then back to breezy on sunday. overnight lows will remain in the low to mid 50s for the next seven days. getting help.... to those who need it most.. a u-n-l-v honor student is making las vegas a better place to live..
office ticket-take.... for a third straight weekend. the comic book film.... raked in - 31- and a half million dollars. action film "gods of egypt" managed to earn.... -14- million dollars.... in its opening weekend.... for a box office second place. and... "kung fu panda 3" is still kicking it. the animated kids' film came in third... with -9- million..... in movie ticket sales.... this weekend. still ahead.. a group of preteens get kicked out of school for something they did to their teacher. why police say they took
three... -12- year old girls are accused of spiking their teacher's soda. the florida educator says... she's heart-broken... and... her career will never be the same. investigators say two 12-year old girls poured crushed red pepper flakes into their teacher's drink while another distracted her. 52-year-old jayne morgan
stomach pains and shortness of breath. investigators say they did it to get even for morgan sending one of the girls to the principal's office for vandalizing another student's backpack.. and for suspicion of stealing a laptop. ad-lib pizza hut's giving away.... free pizza! now... here's the catch.. it's only for people born..... on leap day! tomorrow "leaplings"..... just need to show their i-d..... proving their birthday..... at participating locations.. and... they'll get a free.... one-topping personal pizza. that's not all. head to to k-t-n-v dot com.... for a full list of deals and freebies for leap day babies.. like a free meal.... at "hard rock cafe"! thank you for joining us...
and now abc's "jimmy kimmel live after the oscars"! >> jimmy: how do you think it went? what did you think of j-law's dress? which white people did you go after, bro? >> over here. >> jimmy. jimmy kimmel. what are you doing out here? >> jimmy: my mom got me this camera. so i just figured i'd get a few shots. >> don't you have an after the oscars special tonight? >> yeah. but -- chris, did you get a gift basket? what was in that gift basket? can i get some of that nourishing lotion in can i get some of those soaps? >> peace out. >> jimmy: chris. yo, chris. did leo rock that tux tonight? chris, are you going to elephants? chris, who are you wearing? chris, i didn't find out who
wearing! >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live after the oscars." tonight, ben affleck, tracy morgan, henry cavill, jesse eisenberg, j.k. simmons, will arnette, nathan lane, matthew broderick, mike tyson. and less as we go to the governor's ball. with cleto and the cletones. and now, lights, camera, action. here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ]