Tenet’s Visual Effects Oscars 2021 Winner Scott Fisher Reveals His Dad Won the Same Award!
Talent runs in the family!
Scott Fisher was on hand to accept the Academy Award for Visual Effects for his work on Tenet at the 2021 Academy Awards on Sunday (April 25) at Union Station in Los Angeles.
During his acceptance speech, he revealed something pretty cool for those who aren’t familiar with his family’s work!
“We did so many things, and there’s so many departments we have to thank, not just in our own,” he said during the speech.
“It all goes back to our director, Christopher Nolan. He leads us all and gives us amazing opportunities to do amazing things. And I’d like to thank my family, my wife, my amazing crew, and my father who won the same award.”
His father is Thomas L. Fisher and he won for Best Visual Effects for Titanic in 1998!
Watch the acceptance speech…and find out why speeches aren’t being cut off this year!
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