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now, check out a movie about a room full of white people. when evening when the sun went down and the jungle fire was burning >> you have to understand, we can't keep living like this. >> you're just tricking me. >> jack. the world is so big. when jack came, i just knew that i had to keep him safe. >> going to come to the door. so, you're going to help me. >> i'm scared. >> i know. you're going to love it. >> what? >> the world. >> the enigma of arrival creates the drama in our final best picture nominee. a young woman searching for a better life must decide whether to resist the pull of her native
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generations of aspirational newcomers. here is "brooklyn." >> welcome to the united states, ma'am. >> dear rose. i still miss you and mother and think about you every day. >> i'm not irish. >> you don't sound irish. >> for the first time i've been in america, i'm really happy. i got married in brooklyn before i came home. i'm going to live in brooklyn, new york. i know it. >> yes. >> announcer: the big acting awards are still to come. plus, find out which one of these directors will take home the oscar.y this weird, shaved-meat sandwich with my phone? why can't my battery last long enough to navigate me through these scary woods?
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[lightning strike] why can't my phone have enough memory to hold all a hundred and forty-five of my movies, like that one with the action and the martial arts. you seen that one? why can't my phone take high quality low light photos instead of this big, expensive camera? [police siren] why don't you come down from there sir? you got it! why doesn't my phone work after i pour this expensive champagne all over it? how am i 'sposed to show people how rich and carefree i am? why did i have to wait so long in this commercial to do a celebrity sports person cameo? [scoreboard buzzer] why don't i ever get asked to be the ha, ha. good question. introducing the only water-resistant, fast, wireless-charging, best camera having, memory expandable, pay almost anywhere, samsung galaxy s7 edge. vr experience ended. man, i would have made a great spokesperson. [sigh]
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singled out for your courage. the courage to stay true to your visions, to inspire passion in your casts and crews, and to dream, even though dreams can easily and unexpectedly turn into nightmares. but despite the inherent risks, the astounding films you've made have resulted in a combined 37 nominations, including this award. here are the nominees for achievement in directing. >> i'm just a big believer in, you do what you need to do to tell the story. >> adam mckay, "the big short." >> it's a story about what's happening right this second. it's got the importance and fun to it, as well. >> like to work as much as i possibly can for as long as i possibly can with the actors. >> lenny abrahamson, "room." tom mccarthy, "spotlight." involved in the presence of thinking the thing into existence. >> at the end of the day, our job is to tell stories, but it is nice to feel like the movie
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>> tom mccarthy, "spotlight." >> it's rare you get to work on material that you genuinely believe has social relevance, and so, i feel like we were really motivated by that. >> the way i approach this was long takes, not many cuts. >> alejandro g. inarritu, "the revenant." >> very precise choreography. rehearse. beautiful way to use what cinema is for. >> shooting mostly in continuity replicated what the chase is. >> george miller, "mad max: fury road." >> it was an opportunity to do what i attempted to do back then, but to use the new technology. >> and the oscar goes to --
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revenant." >> this is the fourth oscar and seventh nomination for alejandro g. inarritu. he took home three oscars last year for "birdman." >> thank you to the academy. i can't believe this is happening, i -- it is amazing to receive this award tonight. but -- it's much more beautiful for me to share it with all the talent and crazy cast and colleagues and crew members along the continent that made this film possible, to all and
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i thank you from my heart. leo -- you are "the revenant." thank you for giving every soul, your soul, your heart. your life. tom hardy, all the native american cast, all the english american cast, thank you very much for your trust, for your talent. i want to thank chivo, thank you for bringing the light to this journey and i want to thank, too, to arnold milton, thank you for your unconditional support. my producers, all the people -- i -- i am very lucky to be here tonight, okay? but unfortunately, many others haven't had the same luck. there is a line in the film that says, they don't listen to you, when they see the color of your
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so, what a great opportunity to our generation to really liberate ourselves from all prejudice and, you know, this way of thinking and make sure for once and forever that the color of skin become as irrelevant and the length of our hair. this is for my father. thank you very much. >> announcer: still to come, the most anticipated awards of the night -- actress, actor and best picture. find out who wins, right here. alright, movie night. no dad, you pick. i know i have a little bit of time so i'm gonna rush and say everybody, and you can cut away, i won't be mad at you. don't forget to thank your wife. i will never forget to thank my high school sweetheart and the mother of my children. i love you. and my parents who are here. i just want to... oh, here we go.
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all right. we do that just so harold can go to the governor's ball. please welcome last year's winner for best actor and a nominee tonight, mr. eddie redmayne. >> good evening. the five extraordinary artists nominated for best actress delivered performances with complexity and depth. they brought to life a divorce-bound woman who finds unexpected passion with a shop girl. a young mother who, with her son, escapes captivity and adjusts to the world outside. a struggling single mother and inventor who builds a business empire. a woman whose marriage is tested by the revelation of a decades-old secret. and a young irish immigrant torn
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separate lives. here are the nominees for performance by an actress in a leading role. cate blanchett, "carol." >> how much are you paying for this? >> i wish i could oblige you, ma'am, but the tapes have been sent to your husband. >> that can't be right. >> my reputation rests on my efficiency. >> how do i know you're not lying? >> brie larson, "room." >> we call him old nick. i don't know what his real name is. but he pretended his dog was sick -- >> what is the dog's name? >> there wasn't a dog! he was trying to trick me. okay? there wasn't a dog. old nick stole me. >> i want a different story. >> no, this is the story that
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>> jennifer lawrence, "joy." >> please. tommy needs to be changed! oh, chris see. what are you doing? i just -- >> what are you doing? >> you're going to lose another job. >> you're sick. -- i'm a singer, that's what i do. >> you're not making any money singing. get in your car and go to your job. i can't do this. i can't do this. i am losing my mind! >> charlotte rampling, "45 years." >> i really need you to want to be there. >> i do want to be there. >> there's one thing, haven't been enough for you. it's something altogether different that everyone else feels it, too. >> you really believe you haven't been enough for me? >> no, i think i was enough for
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i'm just not sure you do. >> saoirse ronan, "brooklyn." >> we have talked about you. and i like you. and i like being with you. and -- maybe i feel the same way way. so, the next time you tell me you love me, if there is a next time, i'll say i love you, too. >> and the oscar goes to -- brie larson, "room."
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nomination for brie larson. >> oh, wow! thank you. thank you, first, to the academy. i want to start big, because the thing that i love about movie making is how many people it takes to make it, so, i want to start first with the toronto film festival, who gave us a chance, who gave us a platform first. a-24, for taking this movie into their hands and sharing it with the world. thanks to our director, who is absolutely incredible. emma, who created this world. jacob tremblay, my partner through this. in every way possible. my real partner, alex greenwald, i love you. to my parents, my agent, my
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friends, my family, thank you so everyone who paratils pateticipated in "room." thank you to the fans. thank you to the movie-goers. thank you for going to the theater and seeing our film. i appreciate it. thank you. >> announcer: next, the most talked-about awards of the year. which actor will win? and will your favorite film take home the oscar? the oscars on abc, brought to you by cadillac. don't you dare take that apart. don't you dare get any big ideas. don't you dare play with your food.
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don't you dare change the rules. don't you dare play games with me. don't you dare stay up all night on the computer. don't you dare tell stories. don't you dare raise your voice. the officially alotted time for an award acceptance speech is 45 seconds. wouldn't that be a lot more bearable if it was paired with a montage of delicious breakfast food? we think so. so thank you mom, dad, frank our egg supplier. the crew who crack those eggs for the egg mcmuffin. thanks to our idaho potato farmers. all of them. to our syrup wrangler sarah. our truck drivers and operators. thanks to canada for having their own kind of bacon, which you probably thought was just ham... oh and before we get cut off,
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or eating breakfast tonight. good morning winners! good morning all night! >> announcer: and now, please welcome last year's winner for leading actress, julianne moore. >> these five actors have
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dimensional characters, some drawn from real-life, all of them larger than life. the blacklisted screenwriter dalton trumbo. the resourceful astronaut abandoned on mars. the vengeful frontiersman, betrayed by his companions. the brilliant and complicated co-founder of apple. and one of the first people to undergo gender confirmation surgery. here are the outstanding nominees for performance by an actor in a leading role. bryan cranston, "trumbo." >> when you hear me working, you don't knock. >> but it's my birthday. >> you don't knock.
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>> so, the house is on fire, you don't want to know? >> i work in the bathtub. surrounded by water. so, i'm fairly certain that even if the whole country was on fire, that i could still function as this family's personal slave and all i ask is not to be interrupted for every little slice of birthday cake. >> matt damon, "the martian." >> i'm about to leave where i'm going to commandeer the area. nobody gave me permission to do this and they can't until i'm on board the aries 4. so, that means i'm going to be taking a craft over in international waters without permission, which, by definition, makes me a pirate. space pirate.
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revenant." >> michael fassbender, "steve jobs." >> don't send him around to slap me around the press. anybody else, anyone but rainman. don't manipulate him like that. whatever you may think, i'm always going to protect him. >> come on, steve. >> that's what men do. >> eddie redmayne, "the danish girl." >> i promised -- >> einar is dead. we both have to accept that.
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have to take care of myself, i have to have a life of my own. and you need to do the same. >> and the oscar goes to -- leonardo dicaprio. >> this is the first oscar and sixth nomination for leonardo dicaprio. >> thank you, thank you. thank you, thank you all so very much.
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you to all of you in this room. i have to congratulate the other incredible nominees this year for their unbelievable performances. "the revenant" was a product of the tireless efforts of an unbelievable cast and crew. i got to work alongside first off, to my brother in this endoveen endeavor endeavor, mr. tom hardy. tom -- your fierce talent on screen can only be surpassed by your friendship offscreen. to alejandro. as the history of cinema unfolds, you have forged your way into history. what an unbelievable talent you are. thank you to you and chivo for creating a transcendent cinematic experience for all of us. everybody at fox and new regency. you are the champion of this endoveen endeavor endeavor. my team.
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the very onset of my career, mr. jones for casting me in my first film, mr. scorsese for teaching me so much. to mr. rick yorn, thank you for helping me navigate my way through this industry. to my parents, none of this would be possible without you. my friends, i love you. and i want to say this. making "the revenant" was about man's relationship to the natural world. a world that we felt in 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history. our production needed to move to the southern tip of this planet just to be able to find snow. climate change is real. it is happening right now. it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work together and stop procrastinating. we need to support leaders around the world who do not speak for the big polluters, the big corporations, but who speak for all of humanity, for the
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for the billions and billions of underprivileged people who will be most affected by this. for our children's children and for those people out there whose voices have been drowned out by the politics of greed. i thank you all for this amazing award tonight. let us not take this planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen please welcome, oscar winner morgan freeman. >> the moviemaking process is complete. the picture that hits the big screen is the result of collaboration by dedicated practitioners of the art, many of whom we recognized tonight. writers, directors, designers,
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artists, editors, composers, actors and now, of course, the producers who guide the process from the first glimmer of an idea to the final fadeout. our last award honors that magical realization. once again, here are the nominees for best picture. "brooklyn." "room." "spotlight." "bridge of spies." "the big short." "the revenant." "the martian." "mad max: fury road."
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"spotlight." >> "spotlight" has six oscar nominations this year, wink for best original screenplay and best picture. >> thank you, hello, everybody. i love you, lauren. wow. this film gave a voice to survivors.
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voice, which we hope will become a choir that will resonate all the way to the vatican. hope francis pope francis, it's time to protect the children and restore the faith. thank you very much. >> we would not be here today without the heroic efforts of our reporters. not only did they affect global change, but they absolutely show us the necessity for investigative journalism. >> we'd like to thank our partners, everyone at open road. jeff and jonathan and everyone at participant. e-1 anonymous content. josh stinger and tom mccarthy, your vision is unparalleled.
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perfectly calibrated ensemble, you are it. thank you so much. >> all right! thank you. i want to unvit everybody here to the b.e.t. awards this summer. and i just want to say good night. this has been an amazing experience. congratulate all the oscar winners. buy some girl scout cookies. black lives matter.
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