‘Times are chang­ing. I hope the academy sees and re­spects that’

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in­ter­view. “The makeup on this film was held to stan­dards that other movies aren’t be­cause it not only had to look good on-screen, but it also had to look good up close and per­sonal. We’re prank­ing peo­ple for real. If they don’t be­lieve I’m an 86-year-old man, there’s no movie.” The makeup in Bad Grandpa, as it of­ten does in movies that use a lot of it, re­quired three hours in the chair ev­ery day for Knoxville, as pros­thet­ics

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