The Oscars were one of the most talked about things. Arguably, a fair share of the controversy is attributed to the fact that Hollywood’s consideration of shows has become immensely popular over the years. Ahead of the Academy Awards on March 13, let’s run through the most difficult Oscar moments of all time.
Smith’s will to slap the incident
No one can forget last year’s Oscars. In 2022, Will Smith shocked everyone with the shocked comedian Chris Rock onstage. Smith hit Rock as the best documentary feature of the series. The Rock made a controversial joke about Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s bald spot, which will go bald after being diagnosed with alopecia. After a backlash over his behavior, Smith resigned from the Academy on April 1, writing in a statement: “I betrayed the trust of the Academy. I deprived other nominees and winners of an extraordinary opportunity to celebrate and be celebrated for their work. I am sorry. Smith has been banned from the Academy for 10 years.
In 2017, the Oscars came to a shocking end when La La Land was announced as the winner for Best Picture at the end of the shooting by hosts Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. Moonlight actually won best picture that year and the host accidentally got the envelope for the best actress winner (La La Land’s Emma Stone). The mistake was explained live, and the crew took the stage soon after Monday’s light, where they presented La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz with a statuette.
Marlon Brandon’s rejection of the award
Brando boycotted the March 1973 Oscars refusing to depict Native American ways on screens and paying tribute to the ongoing occupation at Wounded Knee, in which 200,000 members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) were involved. of the Americans. Sheriffs and other federal agents in South Dakota City.
After hosts Liv Ullmann and Roger Moore are nominated for best actors, Ullmann is nominated as the winner of Brando, a random cut to Littlefeather, then 26 and dressed in traditional Apache dress, walking on stage from his seat in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. as the announcer explained, “Accepting an award for Marlon Brando and Sponsor, Miss Sacheen Littlefeather.”
But Littlefeather raised his right hand to reject the set offered by Moore at the podium, telling Chandler’s audience and 85 million viewers watching from home that Brando “unfortunately didn’t get such a generous award.”
Adrien Brody played by Halle Berry
When he received the Best Actor Oscar for his role in The Pianist in 2003, Adrien Brody grabbed Halle Berry and gave her a passionate kiss. In a 2017 appearance on Watch What’s On, Berry revealed what was going on in her head right now, namely, “What the hell is going on right now?” But then, raptured, Berry knew the feeling was about your body and “just went with it.”
All White Nominees at the #OscarsSoWhite
In January 2015, the Oscar nominations were announced, revealing the dominant list. This led April to create the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite, which went viral on Twitter.