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Skip the Oscar 2021? Update in less than 10 minutes with highlights from Daniel Kaluuya, Glenn Close and Frances McDormand


If you missed the Oscars last night, you probably weren’t alone.

The industry insiders are preparing for an even worse viewership rate for the 93rd Academy Awards compared with last year’s record low. The Grammy and Golden Globe Awards also experienced a sharp drop in ranking this year. And considering the pandemic has shut down movie theaters for most of the past year, how many have even watched enough this year’s Oscar nominations to be excited enough to see who will win?

Additionally, Hollywood’s biggest night has been delayed from the original air date on February 28 due to the pandemic. And Sunday night’s miniature ceremony was split between LA’s Union Station and its usual Dolby Theater venue, with only the nominees, their chosen guests, and presenters allowed in attendance. this year’s awards ceremony. The usual skits and live music performances have been removed from the main broadcasts, so there seems to be room for award-winning speeches … as long as they want, it seems.

Oscar 2021: ‘Nomadland’ won the award for best picture; Chloé Zhao made history by winning the Best Director award

These changes have attracted mixed reactions from viewers who have followed:

However, there were a few moments that produced a good buzz on Monday morning. We won’t let you down by searching for the entire 3-hour broadcast by yourself to fast forward to the good parts. Here are six memorable moments from the 2021 Oscar ceremony that you can watch in 10 minutes or less.

Winner Best Supporting Actor Daniel Kaluuya thanks his parents for having sex.

The actor won his first Academy Award for his portrayal of Black Panther Fred Hampton in “Judas and the Black Messiah.” He started out by thanking his family and giving a serious call to action to everyone watching: “There’s so much work to do, folks. That’s about everyone in this room. This is not the only job of a man. ”

But first, it’s time to celebrate his victory. “I’ll be back to work on Tuesday morning, for tonight I’m going up. We’re going up, you know what I mean? “He laughed,” he said. And then maybe he interrupted a little bit: “We have to celebrate life, man! We were breathing, we were walking, it was unbelievable! ” he say. “My mother, my dad, they had sex! Great, do you know what I’m talking about? Like, I’m here! Do you understand what I mean? So I’m very happy when I’m alive, so I’m going to celebrate that tonight. ” His mother’s expression is priceless. See it below.

The Oscars do not so this year is white.

This year’s ceremony saw more women and actors of color nominations than ever before. “Nomadland” director Chloe Zhao had a great night, becoming the second woman to win the Best Director award in 93 years at the Academy Awards, and the first woman of color to win. this title. Her film also won the Best Picture award, the highest award of the night. “This is for anyone who has the confidence and the courage to keep the goodness in themselves and keep the goodness of others no matter how hard it is,” she said when accepting the Director award. the best. Check out her speech below.

Kaluuya, as noted above, won the Best Supporting Actor award for her role in “Judas and the Black Messiah”, and Yuh-jung Youn won the best supporting actress award for “Minari”. And Youn graciously told everyone who mispronounced her name – including her awardee, Brad Pitt – that she forgive them. Furthermore, 15 women have won 17 Oscars this year. Payment procedures The full list of winners is here.

Glenn Close got up and danced “Da Butt.”

In one bold segment, comedian and actress Lil Rel Howery tested the audience for their knowledge of Oscar-nominated songs. And Glenn Close taught Howery about “Da Butt”, a hit Experience Unlimited (aka EU) that appeared in Spike Lee’s 1988 film “School Daze”. In fact, 74-year-old Close got up and shook his butt to perform the dance in a move that went viral.

New film “West Side Story” has dropped a trailer starring Rita Moreno.

Many viewers have missed out on traditional live Oscar concerts, with a pre-recorded performance of the five nominations for Best Song dropping the ranks earlier this year. But Amblin Entertainment dropped the long-awaited first trailer for Stephen Spielberg’s “West Side Story” remake during the Oscars, which had a lot of exploitation. And as an added bonus, Rita Moreno, who won an Academy Award for playing Anita in the 1961 film version of the beloved musical, sang a song in the trailer. Listen:

Chadwick Boseman was disqualified for Best Actor, and Joaquin Phoenix was not interested.

Perhaps the biggest sadness of the night was when Boseman, who was considered a post-Thanksgiving for the Best Actor award for his performance in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”, lost to Anthony Hopkins for his later work in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”. “The Father”. Even the host and Oscar winner Joaquin Phoenix seemed overwhelmed to read the winner and then accepted the award on behalf of Hopkins. Honestly though, Phoenix’s deliveries – even before the winner was announced – suggest that he has been dragged to the Oscars against his will.

Frances McDormand howled like a wolf on stage when “Nomadland” won the Best Picture Award.

McDormand gave a memorable award-winning speech earlier that night when she won the Best Actress Award for “Nomadland”. She told the audience, “I have no words. My voice is in my sword. We know the sword is our job. And I like the job ”.

But when “Nomadland” won the top prize of the night for Best Picture, McDormand really surpassed it all. “We gave this to our wolf,” she said, before tilting her head back and howling in the air. While some viewers might think she’s just eccentric, in fact, she has expressed gratitude to the film’s sound designer, Michael Wolf Snyder, who took his own life earlier this year.

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