Sam Rockwell, Frances McDormand, Jordan Peele and Kobe Bryant walked away from the Dolby with Oscars, ready to hit the after party circuit. The Governors Ball, Elton John, and Vanity Fair events continued long after Jimmy Kimmel signed off for the night.
A few floors above where “The Shape of Water” won Best Picture to cap off the ceremony, producer J. Miles Dale and double winner Guillermo del Toro coast in to the Governors Ball.
“I did it all by myself.” Best Supporting Actress winner Allison Janney’s opening line of her acceptance speech was the early leader for “Quote of the Show.”
Tiffany Haddish, who had a breakout moment as a presenter, was fired up to see Frances McDormand at the Vanity Fair party in Beverly Hills.
At the Governors Ball, Danny Glover (right) embraces L.A.’s only five-time NBA champion and Oscar winner, Kobe Bryant.
Even Academy Award winners get photobombed. Gary Oldman gripped a new gold trophy as his wife Gisele Schmidt grew bunny ears at the Governors Ball. Winners headed to the Academy’s official after-party to get their trophies engraved.
Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos held the premium service’s first feature film Oscar outside the Governors Ball, along with director Bryan Fogel (right), whose winning doc, “Icarus,” detailed doping in Russian athletics. “Truth wins,” the official @Netflix account tweeted.
Over at the Elton John party, Rufus Wainwright, Lionel Richie, Miley Cyrus and Ricky Martin huddled up with the host. The 26th annual AIDS fundraiser netted $5.9 million for Sir Elton’s foundation.
This is probably the last awards show Darren Criss is going to be watching on television for a while. His portrayal of serial killer Andrew Cunanan on FX’s “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” has him poised for an Emmy run this summer. Criss and Mia Swier (left) recently got engaged.
Jamie Foxx headlined Byron Allen’s second annual Oscar night viewing party benefiting The Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. As soon as the Oscars telecast ended, Foxx took the stage and began performing Michael Jackson songs at the Regent Beverly Wilshire bash.
Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez brought their daughter to the Governors Ball. The Best Song winners for “Remember Me” are the same married duo who won for “Frozen” anthem “Let It Go” in 2014.
A one-time British soap opera star, Rachel Shenton is now an Oscar winner. Shenton and fiancé Chris Overton won for their live action short “The Silent Child.”