Oscars 2015: Where the Winners Are Keeping Their Statues

Oscar winners Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette, and J.K. Simmons tell Us Weekly what they plan to do with their golden statues. Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Where's Oscar? After they nabbed Hollywood's most coveted gold statues at the 87th Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 22, the winners, including Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette, and J.K. Simmons told Us Weekly at the Governors Ball (held at the Ray Dolby Ballroom) what they planned to do with their Oscars.

Julianne Moore, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Still Alice)

"My Oscar will go in my office!" five-time nominee Moore, 54, told Us of her first-ever Oscar. Fresh off her Best Actress win, the beaming star was stopped inside the bash by none other than Downton Abbey actress Shirley MacLaine, who told Moore she was "just so beautiful" in Still Alice.

"It is so great to see you and you saying that means so much!" Moore said, while MacLaine gushed that she was "so so happy" for her career milestone.

Eddie Redmayne, Best Actor in a Leading Role (The Theory of Everything)

"I have no idea! I have no idea!" an excited Redmayne told Us inside the Governors Ball. "In my apartment somewhere but I haven't even thought about it! I'm so overwhelmed!"

Consider the feelings positive, as the Brit, 33, gushed to Us that he was simply "so so happy" with his big win. "It's such a crazy feeling!" he exclaimed.

Patricia Arquette, Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Boyhood)

The veteran actress, 46, got her Oscar engraved with her name inside the ball at around 10 p.m. An eyewitness said that her boyfriend Eric White rubbed her back the entire time and was beaming with pride.

The actress told Us that the statue was being tucked into bed. "I think this Oscar is going to bed with me tonight," Arquette shared. "And I'm NOT kidding!”

J.K. Simmons, Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Whiplash)

Simmons celebrated his Oscar win fittingly with his family after his speech on Sunday night. "It's the only way to do it!" Simmons, 60, noted with his arms around his daughters.

As for where he plans to place the gold statue? "Probably on top of the fridge!" the actor told Us.

While the winners went home with their engraved Oscars, the losers got a more fun rendition of the figure in the form of Legos. Steve Carell walked into the Governors Ball clutching his Lego statuette after losing in the Best Actor category. Other losing stars to toy around with their Lego statues on Sunday included Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, and more. The toy figurines were introduced during Tegan and Sara's performance of "Everything Is Awesome."