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An Inconvenient Truth Star Gore Plans Oscar Night Speech

Greenvanity_1 When and if An Inconvenient Truth wins the best feature documentary Oscar, two people are allowed to go up onstage, including the director, and only one is supposed to speak. According to director Davis Guggenheim, if the movie wins, he will go up with Al Gore—who will give the acceptance speech. Paramount Vantage chief John Lesher reminds that Academy rules dictate that only those who have seen all five docus can vote, so nothing is assured. But I have a hunch that those few hundred Academy members will want Gore to give that speech to that HUGE global audience.


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