The Most Memorable Oscar Moments (3)

The Most Memorable Oscar Moments

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Remember Ben Stiller as Joaquin Phoenix? How about when Reese Witherspoon became Best Actress? Take a look back at some of the biggest moments in recent Academy Awards history here.
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Filmmakers Roger Ross Williams and Elinor Burkett accept Best Documentary Short award for "Music By Prudence" onstage during the 82nd Annual Academy Awards held at Kodak Theatre on March 7, 2010 in Hollywood, California.
(March 6, 2010 - Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images North America)

11. Elinor Burkett (2010)
Awkward: Music By Prudence producer Elinor Burkett "pulled a Kanye West" at the 2010 Oscars when she interrupted the film's director Roger Ross Williams while he was giving his speech for Best Short Documentary. They probably should've figured out who was going to speak before getting to the podium. Twitter went wild with this one.
 
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Michael Lynne, Peter Jackson and Bob Shaye pose at the The Governors Ball, after the 76th Annual Academy Awards at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel on February 29, 2004 in Hollywood, California.
(February 29, 2004 - Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images Entertainment) 
 
12. 'Lord of the Rings' (2004)
Lord of the Rings cleaned up at the 2004 Oscars. The last flick in the LOTR series, The Return of the King, came out with a whopping 11 awards, tying Titanic and Ben Hur. "You've given us an incredibly overwhelming night," director Peter Jackson commented. 
 
 
Actor Jeff Bridges accepts Best Actor award for "Crazy Heart" onstage during the 82nd Annual Academy Awards held at Kodak Theatre on March 7, 2010 in Hollywood, California.
(March 6, 2010 - Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images North America)

13. Jeff Bridges (2010)
Jeff Bridges took home the Best Actor prize in 2010 for Crazy Heart, beating out George Clooney, Morgan Freeman, Jeremy Renner and Colin Firth. It was his fifth nod and first win, and boy was he happy. "Oh! Thank you, Academy members! Mom and dad, yeah, look! Whoo!" he said. "Thank you, Mom and Dad, for turning me on to such a groovy profession. Oh, my dad and my mom, they loved show biz so much," he said of his late parents.
 
 

(February 23, 2009 - Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images North America)

14. Ben Stiller (2009)
Ben Stiller channeled Joaquin Phoenix while presenting with Natalie Portman at the 2009 Oscars. He said he wanted to stop being "the funny guy" while Portman just told him: "You look like you work in a Hasidic meth lab." Classic.
 
 
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