Academy Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss is outraged by the Oscars’ new diversity and inclusion requirements. Speaking with Margaret Hoover on PBS’ Firing Line, Dreyfuss — who took home the statue in 1978 for his performance in The Goodbye Girl, and was nominated for a second Oscar in 1996 for Mr. Holland’s Opus — railed against the Academy’s new standards.
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