Al Pacino responds after Oscars confusion

Al Pacino responds after Oscars confusion

On Monday night, the stage was set for this year's Academy Awards, and it was actor Al Pacino, 83, who was tasked with handing over the final award.

– terrified


It seems like Pacino was a bit hasty in pulling the trigger, and didn't announce the Best Picture nominees. Choose instead to go straight to the winner.

“Ten great films are nominated, but only one will win Best Picture so I have to look at the envelope,” Pacino said before announcing the winner a short time later.

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“My eyes see Oppenheimer,” he said, and the hall filled with applause.

The word “miss” quickly made headlines, and now Pacino found himself forced to explain what happened.

He raises his eyebrows

He raises his eyebrows


– I just want to make it clear that my intention was not to omit them, it was a choice by the productions that there was no need to repeat them as they were all recognized individually throughout the ceremony. I was honored to be part of the evening and chose to do so the way they wanted to present this award. Watchman.

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– I realize that nomination is a huge milestone in one's life, and not being fully recognized is humiliating and painful. I say this as someone who has a deep connection with filmmakers, actors and producers, so I feel deeply for those who have been marginalized by this censorship and that is why I felt it was necessary to make this statement.

- Hard rocks

– Hard rocks


Oscar producer Molly McInerney confirms otherwise diverse It was planned not to read the candidates.

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– It was a creative decision we made because we were very concerned that the show would be too long […]. I apologize if our decision puts Pacino in a difficult position.

In addition to winning the “Best Film” category, “Oppenheimer” won six other awards.

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Here is the list of this year's Oscar winners:

Best Film: “Oppenheimer”

Best Actor: Cillian Murphy

Best Actress: Emma Stone

Best Supporting Actor: Robert Downey Jr.

Best Supporting Actress: Da'Vine Joy Randolph

Best Director: Christopher Nolan for “Oppenheimer”

Best Animated Short Film: “The War Is Over!”

– Best Animated Film: “The Boy and the Heron.”

Best Original Screenplay: “Anatomy of a Fall”

Best Adapted Screenplay: “American Fantasy.”

Best Makeup and Hair: “Bad Things”

Best Production Design: “Bad Things”

Best Costume Design: “Bad Things”

Best International Film: “Zone of Interest”

Best Visual Effects: “Godzilla Minus One”

Best clip: “Oppenheimer”

– Best short documentary: “The Last Repair Shop.”

Best Documentary: “20 Days in Mariupol”

Best Picture: “Oppenheimer”

Best Short Film: “The Marvelous Story of Henry Sugar”

Best Soundtrack: “Area of ​​Interest”

Best Music: “Oppenheimer”

Best Song: “What Were You Created For?” About the movie “Barbie” by Billie Eilish

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