According to People on the 28th, Hollywood actor Jared Leto revealed in an interview with the media a few days ago that his Oscar “Best Supporting Actor” Golden Man had long been lost, and he hoped that those who found it would cherish it.
“In fact, I’ve lost this Oscar trophy for three years,” Leto admitted to host James Corden and admitted that he could not find the Little Golden Man when he moved, which he won in 2014 with Dallas Buyers Club.
When asked if the little golden man would be taken away, Leto said, “It’s very likely that, after all, this is not the kind of thing that will be thrown into the garbage can. No matter whose hands it is in now, please cherish it.
The 49-year-old Leto has made his debut for many years and has participated in many films.
The 2014 Golden Man is his only Oscar, which is the highest recognition of his acting career in the industry.
In fact, the gilded trophy itself costs only a few hundred dollars, but engraved the name of the winner represents a filmmaker’s great honor for life.
To prevent the loss of the Oscar trophy, the organizer, the Academy of Motion Picture Science and Arts, signed an agreement with the winners in 1950 that if they or their descendants want to sell the trophy, the Academy is eligible to buy back at a symbolic price of “one dollar”.
However, more than 100 Oscar Golden Man trophies are still circulating among collectors on the market.
The most famous of them is Gone with the Wind, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1940, and Michael Jackson, the pop king, bought it for $1.5 million in 1999.
In addition, there are also many Oscar winners who lost the Little Golden Man for various reasons.
For example, Matt Damon won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for “Psychic Catcher” and lost his whereabouts because of the flood in his home; Olympia Dukakis’ Best Supporting Actress Award for “Moonlight Seductive” was stolen.