Oscar celebrates the movies with Cameron Diaz, Dustin Hoffman

ocars-celebrate-1.jpgIn the weeks leading up to the 84th annual Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is celebrating its history with a series of "iconic" images plucked from 84 different movies.

Everything from 1950's "Sunset Boulevard" to 2009's "Avatar" are included in "Celebrate the Movies," which takes the form of a digital exhibit viewable in Los Angeles, in New York's Times Square and online at Oscar.com.

Zap2it is pleased to bring you two of the images included in the exhibit. The first from 1998's "There's Something About Mary" featuring Cameron Diaz in a sticky situation and a second from the 1967 Dustin Hoffman classic, "The Graduate."

oscars-celebrate-2.jpgThe Oscars will be presented on Sunday, Feb. 26. Zap2it will, of course, bring you full live coverage.

Photo/Video credit: Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
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