Those who watched the Oscar telecast from beginning to end last night probably remember co-host James Franco live-tweeting as he was introduced on stage, something we've never seen at the Oscars before. Franco, who began tweeting no more than two weeks ago, doesn't ever say much and instead posts simple slice-of-life images and videos of himself doing random things like sleeping with cats or hosting the Oscars.
Last night Franco used his little camera to record a number of videos on stage and backstage, as well to pose for pictures with several nominees and presenters (and with himself). After the jump, watch his Oscar introduction and a few more videos of Franco and Anne Hathaway talking about power bars, giving out hand massages and discussing the historical significance of Franco's video recording all the goings-on backstage at the Oscars on the fly.
[via James Franco's Twitter feed]
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