We find 11 great moments from the most fake awards show of them all
Best: Michael Keaton's Career Achievement acceptance speech
If all goes as it should Michael Keaton will be giving a number of acceptance speeches for his role in "Birdman" but if for some reason this is it (perish the thought) he knocked it out of the park at the 2014 Hollywood Film Awards. Presented with a Career Achievement Award by "Beetlejuice" and "Speechless" co-star Geena Davis, Keaton made it clear he's far from done.
"Normally when this type of award to someone it's because this person is usually dead. And I'm not," Keaton says. "And I'm gonna keep on going for a long time."
He then praised his "Birdman" director with the following metaphor, "If you were reading that there were meteor showers happening in the desert and you were someone wishing to be struck by a meteor I would suggest spending more time in the desert. I decided to kind of wander in the desert, hoping that maybe I'd be struck by something like a meteor. Most recently, I was hit hard by a meteor, in the shape of Alejandro Inarritu."