The final part of the Lord of the Rings trilogy has swept the board at this year's Oscars, winning an award in every category in which it was nominated.
Jules was live at the stars' favourite post Oscars party
The film, directed by New Zealander Peter Jackson, won 11 Oscars at this year's Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday night.
That equals the record set by Ben Hur in 1960 and Titannic in 1998.
Breakfast was live in Hollywood
Jules Botfield reported live from Vanity Fair's post-Oscars party, where she talked to a host of stars including Katherine
Zeta Jones, Kim Caterall, Ben Stiller, Samantha Morton and Scarlett Johannson.
Oscars: key awards
Best film: Lord of the Rings
Best director: Peter Jackson
Best actor: Sean Penn
Best actress: Charlize Theron
Best supporting actor: Tim Robbins
Best supporting actress: Renee Zellweger
Tom Brook was at the One Ring party - to celebrate the triumph of The Lord of the Rings. He talked to the film's director Peter
You can watch recordings of our Oscars night coverage on the right hand side of this story - and catch up with the rest of our Oscars coverage below:
Lord of the Directors: David Willis talked to Lord of the Rings Director Peter Jackson.
"The biggest gamble of all was making three movies at the same time," he told us. "We shot all of the trilogy before the first was even released, which was unheard of.
"Post-production last year ws the hardest of all. With all those special effects, it nearly killed us."
We also talked to the film's producer Barrie Osbourne.
House of Sand and Fog
Jules talked live to the Iranian star of this Oscar-nominated film, Shoreh Agdashloo.
It should have been a dream assignment. But Breakfast's Jules Botfield may live to regret being sent to cover this year's Oscars ceremony.
Los Angeles is in the grips of almost monsoon weather. And, the torrential rain is threatening to sabotage Hollywood's most important fixture of the year.
We talked to fashion expert Bronwen Cosgrave.
We heard from the man who invented the antidote to the Oscars - the Golden Raspberries.
And - the BBC's Arts Correspondent David Sillito reported on the controversy surrounding Mel Gibson's film, the Passion of Christ
You can find out who's won, when Breakfast brings you full coverage of the Oscars ceremony, on Monday morning's programme