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Toni Collette fans roast Oscars for Mother’s Day hereditary tweet

Toni Collette fans roast Oscars for Mother's Day hereditary tweet

Toni Collette fans are visiting the Oscars on a Mother’s Day tweet posted by the Academy’s official Twitter account. The tweet in question was a set of still images taken from a scene that Colette did in the beginning of Ari Aster’s cult-hit horror film genetic (2018). However, the scene chosen for the image collage is a very dark one, in which the character of Colette (a mother who has lost her daughter due to her son’s carelessness) eventually breaks down and expresses her grief and anger on her son in a single way. Majorly exposed to emotional outbursts during dinner.

The scene is, indeed, a prime display of Toni Collette’s talent and power as an actress — but, according to the flame-war of reaction the Academy is getting now — it may not be the most delicious choice for Mother’s Day post. could. ,

don’t talk about snubs

It’s rather gouache…

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Why didn’t you nominate him though?


This is largely the baseline of the summer the Academy is holding onto.

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Oscar voters don’t run Twitter

Like any organization in the academy there are many different departments. The award voters are not necessarily the same ones who are running the social media accounts here. Let’s just be clear.

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horror bias day

Horror fans aren’t buying it. They want to see the gold idols.

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it’s annual

Looks like the Academy is eating Toni Collette’s food genetic Performance – without actually rewarding the woman. Impolite.

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He’s still in it…

Toni Collette is still killing it. check out ladder On HBO now.

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best of the decade

All jokes and memes aside, there are things that Toni Collette has done genetic Which haunts us till today. She deserved more.

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take a champion like a joke

Clearly, the Academy only knows to take the “L” on it.

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Drashti Jain