Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Walker & More Honored At Oscars Memoriam

Sun, March 2, 2014 11:13pm EDT by 11 Comments
Oscars In Memoriam
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Posted at 3:32 PM on March 3, 2014  

No reason to be shocked. He had no business being there. He was a TV actor. It’s bad enough that he was honoured at the Grammy’s, while real musicians and Grammy winners were left off.

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ruth

Posted at 12:49 PM on March 3, 2014  

I kept watching for a picture of Corey, but never saw it. Didn’t they think he was good enough actor to memorialize? That was a real diss to whomever did the memorial. I hope the Oscar committee got tweeted enough about leaving Corey out.

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anna

Posted at 12:47 PM on March 3, 2014  

I think the y should of been hounored because the worked for the TV

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Posted at 11:19 AM on March 3, 2014  

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Kat

Posted at 7:58 AM on March 3, 2014  

Neither Sarah Jones or Corey Monteith, should have been honored by the Oscars. Both deaths were very sad and premature, but before her death, who really knew who Sarah Jones was? How was her contribution to Hollywood equal to a James Gandolfini or a Philip Seymour Hoffman? And outside of TV show Glee, Monteith wasn’t a stable in Hollywood movies. I love the Final Destination franchise, but let’s not kid ourselves and act like Corey had an important, crucial role in FD3..

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Sharon

Posted at 1:35 PM on March 21, 2014  

Hey Kat….Define crucial or important. Why in god’s do you even care. Because anything isn’t important to you, they shouldn’t be remembered or spoken about. Come on people. We all have our different roles and places in our lives and no matter how small my accomplishments are, I hope that I am remembered for them. How much do a few words mean in the whole scheme of things. He never did anything to you…..he was a very kind, sweet and caring person and only helped people…not hurt them. Such as your words do.

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John

Posted at 12:19 AM on March 3, 2014  

Shirley Temple should have held the last spot, but it was more important for the Academy to honor a heroin addict. She only dominated the industry in the 1930s, became an international icon and saved 20th Century Fox from bankruptcy. PSH was more important, as the Academy could relate to him. Also, he helped a lot of the members of the Academy score some good dope when they needed it.

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Norton 231

Posted at 4:20 AM on March 3, 2014  

John, I hope you get cancer, particularly of the rectal variety. Death to the haters, PSH rules!

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John

Posted at 8:33 AM on March 3, 2014  

Kudos John ! You could not have said it better :) I predicted this would be the case before it aired.

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Sharon

Posted at 1:27 PM on March 21, 2014  

If you are going to say something, don’t make it lying trash. People who were closest to him didn’t even know that he was back on drugs and he didn’t give or sell anyone drugs. What a vile terrible thing to say. He died alone and without a needle in his arm and heroin all over the hotel. Yes Shirley Temple was talented but her days were gone a long time ago. I didn’t know what she was up to in many…many years and who cares if she saved 20th Century Fox from bankruptcy. You don’t have to live in the lime light for 40 years to become important in this world. Millions loved him and the reason people wanted him honored was to show “yes, you might have taken a sad turn in the road”, you were still important and will be remembered. And yes in a positive way!!!

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