On Sunday, former child star Ke Huy Quan and Hollywood veteran Jamie Lee Curtis won Foundation Grants for their roles in the unconventional, aspect-bouncing experience Everything Wherever At the Same Time.
A crying Quan, who was brought into the world in Vietnam, kissed his gold Oscar statuette as he held it before a crowd of people at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles before the best names in easy street.
“A boat began my procedure. I spent a year in a camp for outcasts. “I ended up here on Hollywood’s greatest stage in some way,” Quan stated.
Quan appeared in Indiana Jones (1984) and The Goonies (1985) as a child. The 51-year-old claimed that he had stopped representing Asian entertainers on the big screen because he saw little opportunity.
He continued, “They say stories like this just happen in movies.” I have no faith in what’s happening to me. This is the Quest for joy.”
Jamie Lee Curtis, who portrayed a sloppy duty assessor named Deirdre Beaubeirdre in Quan and has a career in horror films like Halloween, won the award for best supporting actor.
Curtis, 64, looked vertical as she cared for her late parents, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, who were chosen by Oscar. She broke down in tears and said, “I just won an Oscar.”
The best vivified include award went to Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, along with other early honors.
In the best entertainer category, Michelle Yeoh of All That Wherever competes with Cate Blanchett, who portrayed a shrewd ensemble guide in Tar. Between Elvis star Austin Head servant and Brendan Fraser, who portrayed a very large man in The Whale, there might be a tie for best entertainer.
The approximately 10,000 entertainers, makers, chiefs, and film craftspeople who make up the film institute choose the winners. – Reuters