Pauly Shore Reacts To ‘Encino Man’ Co-Stars Winning Oscars And Jimmy Kimmel’s Mocking
Comedian Pauly Shore stored his humorousness on Twitter Monday within the face of a radical mocking by Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel. (Check out the video and put up beneath.)
At the start of Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony, Kimmel famous that two actors from the 1992 comedy “Encino Man” — Brendan Fraser and Ke Huy Quan — had been nominated for Oscars.
“What an incredible night this must be for the two of you, and what a very difficult night for Pauly Shore,” Kimmel joked of the comedian who additionally starred within the film. “Maybe it’s time to reboot “Bio-Dome,” the host cracked.
That was a 1996 Shore outing deemed “one of the worst movies ever made” by at the very least one outlet.
Fraser (“The Whale”) and Ke Huy Quan (“Everything Everywhere All At Once”) would go on to win Oscars for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, respectively, at Sunday’s present.
But no bitterness from Shore. He even supplied a message of hope for anybody studying his put up.
“I don’t know if you guys saw the The Academy Awards last night, but Jimmy Kimmel poked fun at me in the monologue. I loved it,” Shore wrote on Twitter Monday.
“But what I REALLY loved is that my old buddies from back in the day, Brendan Fraser and Ke Huy Quan, took home the Oscars!”
“Never quit on your dreams,” Shore added.
Here’s Shore, left, with Fraser and Sean Astin in “Encino Man,” about highschool outcasts who carry a frozen caveman again to life.
Here’s Fraser, middle, celebrating Oscar wins with Quan, left, Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis.