Oscars.org, the official website of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, lists the nominees and winners of every Oscar ceremony to date, including the 2014 Oscars. Photos, videos and facts about the 2014 Oscars are also found on popular culture sites such as Entertainment Weekly and Vulture.com.
The 86th Annual Academy Awards ceremony took place on March 2, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Comedian Ellen DeGeneres hosted the ceremony for the second time in her career, notes Entertainment Weekly.
The films "American Hustle" and "Gravity" received nine Oscar nominations each, while the film "12 Years a Slave" earned 10 Oscar nods, as counted by Vulture.com.
Entertainment Weekly reports that "American Hustle" was the 15th film to receive nominations in every acting category, while its leading actress, Jennifer Lawrence, was the youngest actress ever to be nominated three times. John Williams, nominated for his score to "The Book Thief," earned a total of 49 Oscar nominations over the course of his career to this point, second only to Walt Disney's 59.