Brad Pitt dedicates his best supporting actor Oscar to his kids
Pitt won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” on Sunday.
Pitt said amid applause from the crowd that this week I got only 45 seconds, which is 45 seconds more than the Senate was given to John Bolton. “I think maybe Quentin does a film about it and in the end the adults do the right thing.”
Pitt thanked Tarantino for casting him in the film.
“Quentin, you are original, you are one of a kind … I love the moral you gave to Cliff Booth. Look for the best in people, expect the worst, but look for the best.”
He then gave a shout-out to his co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio.
“Leo, any day, I’ll ride your coattails, man,” Pitt said. “The view is spectacular.”
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Pitt dedicated the award to his six children.
“I’m not the one to look back, but it has made me do it. I think my people are taking me on the drive, ‘to see Butch and Sundance, load up your car and get out of here , Gina and Ridley give me my first shot. From all the amazing people I’ve met along the way, now to stand here, once in Hollywood. It’s not true. It’s for my children, who I do Wa Areas like every color. You. ”
Regina King, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar at last year’s ceremony, presented Pitt with her trophy.
Pitt, 56, previously won an Oscar in 2013 as the producer of “12 Years a Slave”.