So, the trio – Akiva Schaffer, Andy Samberg, and Jorma Taccone – made a makeshift video of their song, Why Not Me? using film stills. According to the “Dick In A Box” writers, their idea was ‘financially and logistically impossible.’ Thankfully, that didn’t stop them from sharing a rough cut of their musical number. Namely, the blockbusters. You’ll never see a Fast & Furiousmovie or Wonder Woman in the category for Best Picture, and while those actors and creators never make too much of a fuss about the oversight, this year The Lonely Island decided to make it for them.
Oh well. Looks like we’ll have to settle for this storyboard demo – just like Wonder Woman and Pennywise have to settle for all that box-office money.
“Saved the world from the devil below, but I’m sure it was hard for Sir Daniel Day Lewis to learn how to sew”, Wonder Woman chimes in.
“Girls Trip” and Oscar presenter Tiffany Haddish joins the cry, too, proclaiming, “I peed while hanging from a zipline!”
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“Why Not Me” also asks why there’s no category for all the Chrises, including Pine, Pratt, Evans and Hemsworth (and Rock).
Pondering over this are the heroes (or villains) of 2017’s biggest films.
There aren’t many truly rememberable Oscars moments this year. So, other than being snobby, what excuse does the Academy have for ignoring these flicks? Let us know what you think down in the comments section below!
Comedy music act The Lonely Island has revealed its ambitious plan for a star-studded new music video meant to air during this past weekend’s Academy Awards, but which never transpired because it was considered “financially and logistically impossible”.