Oscar winner Christoph Waltz to Present Award

If you haven’t heard of the stellar Austrian-German actor that is Christoph Waltz, then I suggest you do your homework and start watching some recent Tarantino films! It was announced recently that Waltz will indeed be presenting an award at this year’s Oscars. I cannot contain my excitement for this, because I admire Waltz’s recent roles and his overall remarkable performance as an actor. (Not to mention his Saturday Night Live episode.) He’s no nominee this year, but I guess you could call this a little, “actor highlight,” for the uneducated movie folks out there. Internationally, his most notable roles were of Jew-hunter Col. Hans Landa in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds (2009), and  bounty hunter, Dr. King Shultz in Tarantino’s Django Unchained (2012).

Christoph Waltz for Vogue Magazine

Christoph Waltz for Vogue Magazine

Christoph Waltz won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for both of those films, and that’s impressive. They happen to be some of my favorite Tarantino works. He is currently in the filming process of Horrible Bosses 2 set to release later this year. Look forward to that, because I’d love to see him play more comedic roles. It goes without saying that Waltz will continue to deliver in all levels of expertise throughout the rest of his acting career. I hope to see more edgy, ingenious roles being portrayed by Waltz. A man who was brought up in a theater family surely has managed to impress American film critics, and it’s cool to see him receive the rightful recognition. There’s no denying that I will frolic like a child during presentations on Oscar night. It’s a night of high film praises and champagne glasses. Who wouldn’t wanna watch it?!

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