The 94th Academy Awards did not include one of the most remarkable comics on the scene in its regular film to memorialize those who have died in the industry.
The Oscars this year have left an indelible impression, and not in a good way. The evening was ruined and overshadowed by Will Smith’s slap at Chris Rock during the ceremony when the comedian made a joke about Jana Smith’s alopecia, the actor’s wife, who did not like being the focus of such a ploy. Smith, on the other hand, won Best Actor for The Williams Way.
However, there may be more bad news to come because the Academy forgot to include Bob Saget, an actor and comedian, in his video for “In Memoriam,” who tragically died in January after performing one of his roles. In Orlando, he met her at the Ritz-Carlton. He died at the age of 65, and he was most known for his role as Danny Tanner on the TV show Full House.
Some of the people mentioned in the video are William Hurt, Richard Donner, Ivan Reitman, Betty White, and Sidney Poitier. It’s a shame the Academy didn’t include Bob Saget, who deserved to be recognized for his work in comic fiction. According to everything that has been mentioned, it is not the first time that some such “oversight” has been committed, and it will certainly not be the last.
The Oscars are now recovering from the Smith debacle. However, this is a very important and pivotal year, and many prize categories have been canceled in order to keep the gala moving and attract more people. It is clear that everything has gone wrong.