Brad Pitt stunned the entire world by bagging the Best Supporting Actor award at Oscar 2020. It was his first Oscar and Brad Pitt deserved every bit of it for his role in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Take a look at what the sensational actor had to say in his Oscar 2020 speech.
Brad Pitt won the Best Supporting Actor award at the Oscar 2020 for his portrayal of Cliff Booth in Quentin Tarantino's 2019 release, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. The movie also featured Leonardo Dicaprio, Margot Robbie, Dakota Fanning and others in lead roles. While Brad Pitt played the character of stuntman Cliff Booth from the '60s, Leonardo Dicaprio played the character of a Hollywood star, Rick Dalton. It will be an understatement to say Brad Pitt was excited to get his first Oscar. Check out his speech at Oscar 2020 below.
Brad Pitt started off with thanking the exceptional director, Quentin Tarantino for giving him the opportunity to thrive. His speeches are always with a hint of sarcasm as he addresses the audience. He moved on quickly to address his co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio and said he would write on his coattails any day and that the view from there is fantastic. He meant he would love to work alongside Leonardo DiCaprio again and it does not matter if he has a role equivalent to him in the script because he loved working and learning from him. The duo shared very special chemistry on-screen and developed a strong bond with each other.
This was not the first speech where he thanked Leonardo DiCaprio and showered him with praises. Brad Pitt delivered a similar speech at the Golden Globes 2020 for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood before Oscar 2020 and said Leonardo DiCaprio is an all-star and gentleman. Check out the speech below.