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Oscars are the most important awards for most movie stars. Contrary to appearances, the winners often have nowhere to hide the received statuette, because it does not fit in small purses or in the pockets of elegant suits. Taika Waititi from the movie “Jojo Rabbit” came up with an unusual idea. The recording with his participation conquers the network!
Taika Waititi is a director, actor and film producer in one. At the Oscars 2020 he received the most important award in cinematography for the best screenplay adapted to the movie “Jojo Rabbit”. Let us remind you that he presented the subject of Nazism in a comedic form, and also played the role of Adolf Hitler. The presentation of the criminal “happily” caused a lot of controversy, but also brought the creator of the first Oscar in his career.
Oscars 2020: Taika Waititi conquers the network by awarding behavior
Shortly after the 92nd Oscar Gala, the American magazine Entertainment Weekly released a short video from the gala ceremony on its Instagram profile. It shows how Taika Waititi hides the newly received statuette … under the armchair of the audience.
Internet users burst out laughing, which was expressed in the comments. As you can see, for Taika Waititi even so raised the gala, which are undoubtedly Oscars, is a great opportunity to “take it easy” and enchant the viewers.
Taika Waititi – who is he?
Taika Waititi was born 45 years ago in New Zealand. He uses two names, both Waititi on his father’s side and Cohen on his mother’s side. He is the only director of “The Mandalorian”, the world’s first acting series set in the story of “Star Wars”. It was also announced that Waititi would shoot the fourth Marvel Cinematic Universe movie about Thor.
The talented director / actor revealed that he already has 7 pages of script for the 4th solo scene of the adventures of the God of Thunder. He also confirmed that Chris Hemsworth will be the star of the movie – Thor is his hero and title character, so Natalie Portman will have to settle for a supporting role (a bit like Hulk in “Thor: Ragnarok”).