Joaquin Phoenix Has a Second, Upside-Down Face on His Forehead (VIDEO)

2013’s Her has many surprising Easter eggs, but it took a group of renegade viewers to find its biggest secret, which turned out to have been hidden in plain sight all along.

If you look closely, Joaquin Phoenix’s Theodore Twombly has a second face that lives upside-down above his regular face.


12 Years a Slave Wins Best Picture Oscar

And the final award of the night went to 12 Years a Slave.

The gut-wrenching drama about Solomon Northup, a free black man who was kidnapped and forced into slavery, defeated eight films to win Best Picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards on Sunday.

It was up against American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Her, Nebraska, Philomena and The Wolf of Wall Street.


Christian Bale's Belly for the Win: When the Oscars Meet the MTV Movie Awards

If the Oscars are the grand finale of the awards season, then the MTV Movie Awards are the wild after-party.

MTV’s show abandons the usual pomp and circumstance in favor of some unorthodox touches. Tucked in among MTV’s prizes for movie of the year and best female performance are more-ridiculous honors – best shirtless performance, for example.


Oscars Infographic: If the Best Picture Race Was a Great American Road Trip

The road to Oscar glory can be a long one, but it can also be a trip – maybe even a road trip.

This year’s pack of Best Picture nominees span multiple iconic locations across the United States, from the East Coast thrills of The Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle to the West Coast melancholy of Her and beyond (Gravity). Follow along on the map above, as we trace the nominees’ onscreen locations and origins, and don’t be surprised if you find yourself experiencing some wanderlust.


What If Her Took Place in 1995? Well, It Would Be About Clippy

Imagine for a second that the movie Her took place not in the near future, but in 1995.


Scarlett Johansson: My Fiancé Romain Dauriac Is My Buddy

In the Oscar-nominated film Her, Scarlett Johansson plays the voice of a complex operating system that falls in love with a man. In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, the husky-voiced actress is speaking out about her French fiancé, Romain Dauriac.


And the 2014 Oscar Nominees Are ...

Awards season officially kicked into high gear Thursday morning, with the long-awaited big reveal of this year’s Oscar nominees.

Chris Hemsworth and Cheryl Boone Issacs, president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, named the names in Beverly Hills. American Hustle and Gravity received 10 nominations each, including those for Best Picture. Following, with nine, was 12 Years a Slave.

Nominees include:


Fancasting a Siri Movie: Who Should Voice the iPhone Seductress?

Scarlett Johansson’s iOS-turned-soulmate “Samantha” in Her may seem like a fun alternative to dating, but don’t expect to find the equivalent from your own iPhone. Siri is quick to shut down any inklings that she is similar to Johansson’s role.


Top 10 Movies of 2013: From Enough Said to 12 Years a Slave

Her Objects of Affection: Movie Men Infatuated with Mannequins, Dolls and Droids

In Spike Jonze’s acclaimed new film Her, the titular pronoun refers to the female voice of a computer operating system, with whom a lonely writer (Joaquin Phoenix) falls in love. Sexy Scarlett Johansson plays the Siri-esque tool, making the premise a little more plausible.