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How To Win An Oscar In 20 Seconds, Starring Lupita Nyong'o!

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Can you win Oscars for whatever 4:44 is??

In the latest tease for JAY-Z's mysterious project — which is set to be released in full on July 30 — star Lupita Nyong'o gives an award-worthy performance in just 20 seconds!

We can't wait to see her with costar Mahershala Ali!

Ch-ch-check out the intense little clip (above)!

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What The Fuck Was That?? BET Awards Come To A Screeching Halt During Live SZA Performance Over 'Technical Issue'!

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Well, whatcha gonna do? It's live TV!

The BET Awards proved the Oscars weren't the only award show who could blow it with some serious back-to-back gaffes.

First, the announcer accidentally introduced Insecure star Issa Rae as Yara Shahidi from Blackish. SMH.

Then, not even a dozen notes into SZA's performance, the entire show stopped and the cameras found a surprised Leslie Jones telling us there are apparently technical difficulties.

Ch-ch-check out the awkward moments (above)!

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Jake Gyllenhaal Loses His Legs But Becomes Stronger In Powerful First Trailer For Boston Marathon Bombing Film

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This looks like one hell of a moving story.

While Patriots Day told the story of the Boston Marathon bombing in its entirety, Stronger takes a look at one particular survivor — and his struggle long after that tragic day.

Jeff Bauman, played by Oscar nominee Jake Gyllenhaal, went to the marathon to cheer on his girlfriend (Tatiana Maslany) and ended up losing both his legs.

But it was the fight that came after that defined him.

See the powerful trailer for Stronger, out September 22 (below)!

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Daniel Day-Lewis Isn't The First! 7 More Movie Stars Who Quit Acting!

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Daniel Day-Lewis announced his retirement from acting today. Or his re-retirement we guess?

This isn't the first time the Oscar winner has tried to walk away from the game. But when it's in you, it's in you. So time will tell.

But all these stars really did walk away from Hollywood and haven't looked back!

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3-Time Oscar Winner Daniel Day-Lewis Will Never Act Again!

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Good thing we weren't expecting a Lincoln 2

Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of his generation, has officially retired from acting.

Variety reports that the Lincoln star, the only performer to ever win three Academy Awards for Best Actor, didn't give any reason for his retirement — and will not be making ANY further comments on the "private decision"!

Photos: 10 Method Actors Who Went Too Far!

Day-Lewis' spokeswoman Leslee Dart confirmed the news in a statement, (sort of) explaining:

"Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working as an actor. He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years. This is a private decision and neither he nor his representatives will make any further comment on this subject."

Sad! But fans of the 60-year-old method actor still have one final film to look forward to. Day-Lewis is set to star in an untitled drama directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, set in the world of fashion. Despite being retired, the actor intends to help promote the movie — which is set to hit theaters on December 25, 2017.

While this announcement sounds unequivocal, it wouldn't be the first time the actor stepped away from the cameras.

He appeared to give up acting in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, and was reportedly working as a cobbler before Martin Scorsese convinced him to star in Gangs of New York.

Never say never?

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