Michael Keaton, front left, and "Birdman" director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu accept the Academy Award for best picture along with other members of the film's cast and crew. "Birdman" also won three other Oscars: best director, best cinematography and best original screenplay.
Host Neil Patrick Harris presents his Oscar predictions, which were kept locked in a briefcase on stage during the show.
Matthew McConaughey presents Julianne Moore with the best actress Oscar for her role in "Still Alice."
Eddie Redmayne is congratulated after winning best actor for his performance as Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything."
"The Imitation Game" screenwriter Graham Moore accepts the award for the best adapted screenplay. "When I was 16 years old, I tried to kill myself because I felt weird. And I felt different. And I felt like I didn't belong," he said. "And now I'm standing here, and so I would like for this moment to be for that kid out there who feels like she's weird or she's different or she doesn't fit in anywhere. Yes, you do. I promise you do. You do. Stay weird; stay different."
Lady Gaga introduces Julie Andrews after singing a tribute to "The Sound of Music."
Travolta had a frisky night. Here he gives Scarlett Johansson a smooch and a squeeze on the red carpet.
Common, far left, and John Legend are congratulated by actor David Oyelowo and Oprah Winfrey after winning the Oscar for best original song.
"Boyhood" co-star Patricia Arquette accepts the Oscar for best supporting actress. "We have fought for everybody else's equal rights. It's our time to have wage equality once and for all. And equal rights for women in the United Stares of America," she said to rousing applause.
Harris returns to the stage in his underwear, referencing a scene from "Birdman."
From left, Akiva Schaffer, Andy Samberg and Jorma Taccone of The Lonely Island take the stage for a rendition of the Oscar-nominated Tegan and Sara song "Everything is Awesome" from "The Lego Movie."
J.K. Simmons accepts the best supporting actor Oscar for his role in "Whiplash." In the first acceptance speech of the night, he paid tribute to his family, praising his wife and his "above-average" children. He also put in a plug for actual phone calls. "Call your mom, call your dad; don't text, don't email; tell them you love them," he said.
Jack Black performs during the show's opening number.
Harris kicks off the show. He wasted no time poking fun at Hollywood.