These are Oscar Moments No One Will Ever Forget

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The Oscars come around every year and the event typically goes along as expected. However, sometimes things happen that are talked about for years to come. Here are some of the best.
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Hobbit Best Picture

When “The Lord of the Rings” won best picture, it paved the way for the sci-fi and fantasy genre.
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Angelina Jolie Kisses Brother

When Jolie won in 2000, she kissed her brother, then announced that she “was so in love with him,” during her acceptance speech.
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Kathryn Bigelow Wins

This moment was so huge because Bigelow was the first woman to win in the Best Director category for “The Hurt Locker.”
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Martin Scorsese Wins

In 2007, Scorsese finally won an Oscar for “The Departed.” Fans say he should have won long before that.
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Ben Stiller as Avatar

To lighten things up, presenter Ben Stiller appeared in full Avatar makeup.
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Ellen DeGeneres Selfie

This photo is worth about $1 billion dollars and Ellen calls it the “best selfie ever.”
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Sydney Poitier wins

In 1964, Poitier was the first African American man to win an Oscar in the Best Actor category.
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Christopher Reeve After his Accident

In 1995, Reeve made his first Oscar appearance after being paralyzed in an accident.
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Swan Dress

When Bjork showed up at the Oscars in a dress that looked like a swan, she ensured that people would be talking about her for years to come.
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Woody Allen Appearance

The only time Woody Allen has ever attended the Oscars was in 2002, after 9/11.
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