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Russia Boycotts 2023 Oscars, Will Not Submit Film for International Feature Category | THR News

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Russia Boycotts 2023 Oscars, Will Not Submit Film for International Feature Category | THR News

Russia Boycotts 2023 Oscars, Will Not Submit Film for International Feature Category | THR News

The head of Russia's Oscar committee has resigned after the Russian Film Academy unveiled that it was boycotting next year's Academy Awards.


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Will Smith Says Bottled Rage , Led to Oscars Slap. Deadline reports that Smith appeared on 'The Daily Show' on Nov. 28 to promote his new movie, 'Emancipation.'. He also addressed slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars. I was gone, dude. That was a rage that had been bottled for a really long time, Will Smith, on 'The Daily Show'. I was going through something that night. That doesn’t justify my behavior at all, Will Smith, on 'The Daily Show'. I understood the idea when they say hurt people hurt people, Will Smith, on 'The Daily Show'. 'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah came to Smith's defense, saying, "everybody can make a mistake" and that's "not who you are.". 'Daily Show' host Trevor Noah came to Smith's defense, saying, "everybody can make a mistake" and that's "not who you are.". Noah's comments brought Smith to tears, and the actor said, "I understand how shocking it was to people.". In another interview with Kevin McCarthy of FOX 5's 'Good Day DC,' Smith said he realizes some people may not want to see his new movie because of his behavior. I completely understand — if someone is not ready, I would absolutely respect that and allow them their space to not be ready, Will Smith, via FOX 5's 'Good Day DC'. The people on this team have done some of the best work of their entire careers, and my deepest hope is that my actions don’t penalize my team. At this point, that’s what I’m working for, Will Smith, via FOX 5's 'Good Day DC'

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