03/02/2014 08:46 pm ET Updated Mar 08, 2014

Cory Monteith Left Off Of Oscars In-Memoriam 2014 Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Walker


Amid an evening of fanfare and glitz, Sunday's 86th annual Academy Awards took a moment to honor the luminaries Hollywood lost this year.

The moving tribute paid homage to stars including Paul Walker, Shirley Temple, Philip Seymour Hoffman and James Gandolfini. Notably left off the list was late "Glee" actor Cory Monteith. Actor Dennis Farina, comedian Jonathan Winters, actor James Avery, actress Lisa Robin Kelly, actor Lee Thompson Young, and writer Tom Clancy were also excluded from the montage.

An extended piece online honored more than 100 Hollywood contributors. Monteith, who boasts various film credits as well, did receive a spot in the expanded memorial.

This isn't the first time major stars haven't been included. Big names such as Farrah Fawcett and Corey Haim were not mentioned during the In Memoriam segment of the Oscars in previous years.

Bette Midler made her Oscars singing debut during the segment, performing the '80s classic "Wind Beneath My Wings."

The 2014 Oscars were hosted by Ellen DeGeneres at Hollywood's Dolby Theater.

03/03/2014 12:39 AM EST

That's A Wrap

An historic night for Steve McQueen and "12 Years a Slave," wins for Matthew McConaughey, Cate Blanchett, Jared Leto and Lupita Nyong'o, seven Oscars for "Gravity" and no love for "American Hustle." These were your 2014 Oscars. Hope you enjoyed it!

12 years a slave

03/03/2014 12:01 AM EST

"12 Years A Slave" Is Your Best Picture

As expected, "12 Years a Slave" won Best Picture. Producers Brad Pitt and Steve McQueen accepted the award.

03/02/2014 11:56 PM EST

All Right, He Said It

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03/02/2014 11:51 PM EST

Matthew McConaughey Wins Best Actor

#truedetectiveseason2 is McCounaughey and his Oscar. He won for his role in "Dallas Buyers Club."

03/02/2014 11:47 PM EST

Cate Blanchett Thanked Woody Allen After Winning Her Oscar

She also gave an impassioned plea to Hollywood to acknowledge that people want to see movies with female leads. One of the night's most memorable speeches.

03/02/2014 11:42 PM EST

Time For Best Actress!

Will Cate Blanchett thank Woody Allen? Let's find out!

03/02/2014 11:39 PM EST

Not The Best They've Ever Done

"American Hustle" has lost seven times, thus far, on Oscar night, including in the Original Screenplay category where Spike Jonze's "Her" took top honors.

03/02/2014 11:38 PM EST

"Gravity" Has Seven Oscars Right Now

Just because it's great and you need to know that.

03/02/2014 11:35 PM EST

Alfonso Cuaron Wins Best Director For "Gravity"

Cuaron wins his second Oscar of the night for "Gravity."



Stars' First Oscars