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“I’m not going to watch the Oscars this year,” said an anonymous Oscar voter. “I’m just anticipating a very boring show. One of the best things about the show is the opening monologue, which is usually pretty good it’s what happens after that that’s not great.”
An anonymous member of the Academy’s 519-person directors branch has come out in support for Spike Lee.
“But the greatest wrong in the history of the Oscars was Spike Lee not being nominated for Do the Right Thing, and BlacKkKlansman is like the other end of Do the Right Thing,” the anonymous voter said, explaining why he nominated Lee. “I’ve admired this guy’s work so much over the years.”
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