Here Is What The Academy Award Winners Really Said After They Got Their Oscar!

Here Is What The Academy Award Winners Really Said After They Got Their Oscar!

Even light drizzle in Hollywood couldn’t dim the stars shining at the Oscars Night. Neil Patrick Harris tried to give the hosting his best shot by stripping down to his underwear for a Birdman joke. It was truly a Birdman’s night.

Let’s explore-

Best Picture
Birdman — Alejandro G. Inarritu, John Lesher and James W. Skotchdopole

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“Two Mexicans in a row, that’s suspicious I guess,” Iñárritu joked, after the award’s presenter and friend Sean Penn cracked: “Who gave this son of a bi**h his green card?”

Best Director
Alejandro González Iñárritu — Birdman

“Tonight I am wearing the real Michael Keaton tighty whities. They worked, I am here,” he says. “But talking about that little prick called ego: ego loves competition, because for someone to win, someone has to lose. But the paradox is that true art can’t be compared, can’t be labelled, can’t be defeated. My work and the work of my fellow nominees will be judged only by time.”

Best Actor
Eddie Redmayne — The Theory of Everything

Redmayne said he had no grand career plans in the wake of the award. “Retaining employment will keep me very happy.”

Best Actress
Julianne Moore — Still Alice

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“I’ve heard it said that winning an Oscar means you live five years longer. If that’s true I want to thank the academy because my husband is younger than me.”
Best Supporting Actor
J.K. Simmons — Whiplash

“Call your mom, call your dad. If you’re lucky to have a person alive on this planet, call them. Listen to them, talk to them, for as long as they want to talk to you. Thank you, Mom and Dad.”

Best Supporting Actress
Patricia Arquette — Boyhood

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Clutching her Oscar backstage, repeated her call for equality in Hollywood. “It is time for us. Equal means equal.”It was inexcusable that celebrities travelled the world preaching equal rights when at home “under the surface” women, gays and people of colour struggled to be treated equally.:, she said.


Best Foreign Language Film
Ida – Pawel Pawlikowski


“We make a film about silence and withdrawing from the world and the need for contemplation – and here we are, at the epicentre of world noise and attention. Fantastic – life is full of surprises,” is about 4% of what he said.


Achievement in Visual Effects
Interstellar — Ian Hunter, Scott Fisher, Andrew Lockley and Paul Franklin

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An Indian-owned company just won an Oscar for Interstellar’s incredible special effects and he said, “That’s our first Oscar for the Prime Focus group to see the achievement of double negative to get this well deserved recognition.”


Achievement in Cinematography
Birdman — Emannuel Lubezki


“At first I told Alejandro I wasn’t interested, it sounded like a nightmare! But then he talked about the characters and why it had to be one shot. He captivated me. It was complex and hard; there’s no book on how to do it, but I have to say that the style was because Alejandaro is a strong, curious artist.”

Best Adapted Screenplay
The Imitation Game – Graham Moore

“When I was 16 years, I tried to kill myself. And now I am standing, for that kid out there, who thinks she’s weird or she’s different.”

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