Watch Oscars Online Highlights, Aaron Sorkin's Acceptance SpeechMichelle Lamar
Watch the Oscars online highlights if you want to review your favorite parts of tonight’s Academy Awards on ABC. The 2011 Oscars are over but the web will be buzzing for days about the Oscar winners and Oscar losers. To get your Oscar fix and watch highlights check out these online sources:
E! Online – The E! website has lots of post-Oscar awards scoop.
Hulu – Hulu will post Oscars highlights as soon as they get them in.
Oscar All Access from Oscar.com is perfect way for celeb obsessed fans to relive the biggest night of the year for the entertainment industry.
Oscars.com – The ABC – Oscars website gives you lots of behind the scenes videos from the 83rd Academy Awards.
One of my favorite parts of the 2011 Oscars was Aaron Sorkin’s acceptance speech for Best Adapted Screenplay. Sorkin’s speech, like his scripts, are intelligent, funny and engaging. Here’s Aaron Sorkin’s speech after he won the Oscar for The Social Network:
“Thank you. It’s impossible to describe what it feels like to be handed the same award that was given to Paddy Chayefsky 35 years ago for another movie with “network” in the title. His was an original screenplay, this is an adaptation of a book by Ben Mezrich, so I’m accepting this on his behalf as well. There are a lot of people who’ve worked hard in my corner for a long time, it seems like the right moment to thank them. My assistant Lauren Lohman, my researcher, Ian Reichbach, my long suffering press rep, Joy Fehily, and all the women of Prime, Rich Heller, Bill Tanner, Andy Forshay, my agents Ari Emanuel and Jason Spitz who never blow my cover and reveal that I would happily do this for free and my Mom and Dad, who made a life for me where I get to be a part of nights like this.”
“I wrote this movie, but David Fincher made this movie and he did it with an ungodly artfulness. Someone this talented has no business being the nicest guy in the world, but he is and he made the movie of any screenwriter’s dreams he had help from Amy Pascal, Michael Lynton, and everyone at Sony whose only mandate was to make it good. From Dana Brunetti, Ceán Chaffin, Mike De Luca, and America’s best living film producer, Scott Rudin and from Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake, Armie Hammer, Armie Hammer again, Rashida Jones, Rooney Mara, and a cast and crew that followed their leaders example that good enough was never good enough. This movie is going to be a source of pride for me every day for the rest of my life that is an un-repayable gift all I can say is thank you. Roxy Sorkin, your father just won the Academy Award, I’m going to have to insist on some respect from your guinea pig. Thank you very much”
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