“I’d Like to Thank the Academy . . .”

img_1930.jpgThis weekend, while hanging out at the Hollywood & Highland Center on Hollywood Blvd., my boyfriend and I stumbled upon the new “Meet the Oscars” exhibit.  In honor of the upcoming Academy Awards ceremony, Hollywood & Highland Center – which is home to the Kodak Theatre,  official host of the Oscars  –  has opened a free Oscar exhibit to the public – where you can hold an actual Oscar statuette!!

img_1928.jpgAlso on display are the actual Oscars that will be presented at this year’s Academy Awards Ceremony on February 24th.  You can view case after case of real Academy Awards up close and personal while walking through the showing.  At the end of the exhibition, you can actually hold a real Oscar!  Being an actress, it was pretty incredible to be able to hold an actual Oscar in my hands!  It is MUCH heavier than I expected – even though according to one of the information cards on display, each statue weighs in at only 8.5 pounds.

If you are in the area in the next few weeks, I highly recommend checking out the exhibit.  There are tons of pictures on display, a wealth of Oscar trivia and history, and even an Oscar game to play. 

Until next time, Happy Stalking!  🙂

Stalk It:  “Meet the Oscars” will be on display at the Hollywood & Highland Center from February 1st through the 23rd on the fourth floor.  Sunday through Thursday the exhibit is open from 12pm until 7pm and on Friday and Saturday it is open from 12pm until 8pm. The exhibit is free to the public!  The Hollywood and Highland Center is located at 6801 Hollywood Blvd, on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue. 

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2 responses to ““I’d Like to Thank the Academy . . .”

  1. krispykreme

    FYI…Oscars are February 24th and the Oscar statuette weighs 8.5 lbs.

    xo an Oscar geek 🙂

  2. Ooopsy! Thanks for the info! 🙂

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