And the Oscar goes to… Cadillac!

With "Nomadland", awarded as best film, a real road movie is one of the big winners of yesterday's Oscar evening. A fine occasion to shoot our own road movie. In Los Angeles, of course. And of course in the Cadillac CT6 - the luxurious top model that chauffeured the stars to the red carpet last year.
Text Jack Weil
Photo Lisa Linke


"I did it all by myself!"

Allison Janney

"Ewan McGregor, that superb artist who I would happily share this award with if I had any decency -- but I don't."

Christopher Plummer

"I read an article that said winning an Oscar could lead to living five years longer. If that’s true, I’d really like to thank the Academy, because my husband is younger than me.” - Julianne Moore

»The longest she ever went without being nominated was from 1992 to 1995 … and that's only because those were the years she was in prison, and that, I think, is amazing."

Jimmy Kimmel

"This is for my kids who color everything I do"

Brad Pitt

"How about these sets? Aren't these sets great? They're just like the Orgasmatron in Barbarella. That's what they look like." - Jane Fonda

»He keeps his hands where you can see him, never says a rude word, and most importantly, no penis at all. He’s literally a statue of limitations.«

Jimmy Kimmel about the Oscar

"Florian has his hair down 50 centimeters, so then you have a chance to see something."

Oliver Masucci on Director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

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