What Was the Worst Oscar Acceptance Speech of All Time?
Best Director James Cameron's "I'm the king of the world!" declaration at the 1998 Oscars has gone down as the most arrogant Oscar speech of all time, even if it was a "Titanic" quote.
Brando won in 1973 for perhaps the most legendary role of all time, Don Corleone in "The Godfather." But he sent this woman to accept on his behalf to protest the treatment of Native American Indians.
Field won Best Actress in 1985 for "Places in the Heart," and her "You like me!" speech has gone down as the most embarrassingly humble Oscar acceptance ever.
Palance won Best Supporting Actor in 1992 for "City Slickers," and famously got down to do one-armed push-ups during his acceptance speech. It gets worse: Of host Billy Crystal, he said, "I crap bigger than him."
Dressed like Morticia Addams, Jolie infamously said, "I'm so in love with my brother right now" when she accepted the Best Supporting Actress award for "Girl Interrupted" in 2000.
Brody won Best Actor for "The Pianist" in 2003, and took the opportunity to maul Halle Berry. Some people loved it, but we always wondered if Berry deserved the chance to consent.
Hanks is said to have accidentally "outed" his high school drama teacher when he gave his acceptance speech for "Philadelphia" in 1994.
But will they make total fools of themselves in their acceptance speeches, like so many actors have done before?
Portman already embarrassed herself at the Golden Globes, when a video of her dorky laugh went viral (not to mention when she dropped a--hole in her SAG acceptance speech). But could she possibly be worse than Adrien Brody, who took the occasion to maul Halle Berry? Or Marlon Brando, who sent a mysterious woman to accept on his behalf to protest the treatment of Native American Indians?
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