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Ang Lee Eats In-N-Out Burger While Holding Oscar Statue

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Where would you eat after winning an Oscar? Fresh off of his win at the Academy Awards, Ang Lee headed down the strip for an In-N-Out Burger.

Yep, dressed in his Awards Show Best, clenching an irreplaceable golden statue, and riding an emotional high after being named the best director of the year, Ang Lee unwrapped a burger from In-N-Out and stuffed his face.

It’s not surprising that Lee needed a little comfort food after the ceremony. The Life Of Pi director said that he was exhausted after taking thousands of pictures and lugging around his little statue all night.

Lee said:

“I’m a little tired. Holding this and taking photos for hours … The whole place seems to be very happy when I win. And they stood up and there were cheers. So that was very touching, you know?”

Life Of PI earned 11 Oscar nominations and walked away with four at the 85th Academy Awards. The movie won for best directing, cinematography, original score and visual effects.

That absolutely earned Ang Lee an In-N-Out burger.

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22 Responses to “Ang Lee Eats In-N-Out Burger While Holding Oscar Statue”

  1. Anonymous

    somehow I feel the writer of this article thinks a burger from In n Out is greasy.

  2. Anonymous

    somehow I feel the writer of this article thinks a burger from In n Out is greasy.

  3. Anonymous

    Who is the author of this bullshit article? In-N-Out is KNOWN for NOT being greasy. Fucking hacks that call themselves journalists these days.

  4. Bob Longmore

    My favorite burger..its not greasy, mcdonalds is greasy.. the patties r never frozen and r light weight..

  5. Don Feinstein

    Greasy? Not. The writer of this article probably has never eaten at In and Out.

  6. Lexi Lee

    He's from Chicago so nope, he's probably never tried In N Out. His loss. By far one of the LEAST greasy fast food burgers out there.

  7. Charles Calin

    Hey this guy knows his burgers. They're a far cry from his native fried lice. Put an In-N-Out next to Five Guys and the "Guys" go out of business in six months.

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