Al Pacino and Kratos actor Chris Judge went filibuster mode at The Game Awards, and it was amazing

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Al Pacino and Kratos actor Chris Judge went filibuster mode at The Game Awards, and it was amazing

Short of wardrobe malfunctions, stars assaulting one another, and erroneously-given awards like the 2017 La La Land fiasco at The Oscars, every award show director’s worst nightmare is the meandering, unscripted award acceptance filibuster. This year’s edition of The Game Awards was barely five minutes into its runtime before it went spectacularly off the rails.

In a moment that was simultaneously sincere and the kind of self-indulgent that only Hollywood can deliver, God of War’s voice of Kratos, Christopher Judge, and Hollywood legend Al Pacino, for a brief moment, formed a powerful Voltron of the awkward and endearing.

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Pacino was the award show’s first envelope carrier, a surprise appearance from a bonafide A-lister. He began by saying that he probably shouldn’t be there and didn’t know his lines: “This is uh, an experience to me, one I didn’t expect, but here I am, as usual, doing my surprising thing to myself. But anyway, it may come as a shock to you… but it’s hard for me to see the teleprompter!”

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