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Pauly Shore is ‘dreaming and hoping’ for his own return to Hollywood

The Weasel is ready for his own return to Hollywood.

This year’s Oscars were marked as being the year of comeback. Brendan Fraser won the lead actor category for his role in “The Whale” after years out of the spotlight. And Ke Hua Quan, who was a child star, returned to Hollywood after a 20-year hiatus and won the Oscar for his supporting role in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”

The two starred together in the 1992 comedy “Encino Man,” and Jimmy Kimmel pointed out that fun Hollywood fact in his opening monologue at the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday night.

“Two ‘Encino Man’ actors are nominated for Oscars,” Kimmel said. “What an amazing night this must be for the two of you, and what a difficult night this must be for Pauly Shore.”

Well, Pauly Shore, who also starred in “Encino Man,” was watching (the comedian had been publicly supporting his former castmates in the week leading up to the big event) and he had a few things to say about being the butt of a joke. the Oscars.

“We love to hate people when they are on top. People wanted to squash me and they did,” Shore, 55, said. page six. “I was always nice to everyone, always cool, I put my heart into all my movies.

“You are buying and selling a human being,” he added of working in the entertainment industry. “Human beings have feelings, it’s not like selling real estate.”

Before the ceremony, Shore posted old photos of Fraser and Quan on Instagram with encouraging captions: “So proud of Brendan Fraser and @KeHuyQuan Truly happy. It must be an amazing feeling to be knighted in pixie dust from @TheAcademy. I’ll be rooting for both of you in a big way. Your old friend, Stoney Brown from Encino Man, Pauly Shore.” he wrote. “I love you both and I will kill you this Sunday night.”

The ’90s sitcom star best known for “Jury Duty,” “Bio-Dome” and, of course, “Encino Man,” told Page Six that he was happy for his old friends. But he also talked about how being left out can be bittersweet.

“I really miss acting and I miss being on set…I hope it happens. … (I) is just about dreaming and hoping,” she said. “People are always saying, ‘We want you back!'”

Shore is looking forward to the opportunity to wow audiences with something they haven’t seen before from him. And waiting for the call that allows him to do it.

“The directors and producers are the ones with the vision. Someone out there will say, ‘You know what, we’re going to do something that you wouldn’t expect: we’re going to put Pauly in this role that nobody would expect,’” Shore said. “That is where my heart is.

“I’m not going to stop,” he continued. “I’m going to keep going. I know that I will receive that call and I will have that opportunity. That’s what it’s all about.

On Monday, Shore posted a video clip of Kimmel’s monologue on Instagram with the subtitleI don’t know if you guys watched the Oscars last night but @jimmykimmel made fun of me in the monologue. If you haven’t checked, check out this clip. Very funny, I really loved it. But what I REALLY loved is that my old friends from back in the day, Brendan Fraser and @KeHuyQuan, took home the Oscars. what a story I mean really guys what a story.

“If we can all learn something from this, never give up on your dreams. Dream on, work hard and put in the time, and if your stars align and you’re in the entertainment business, one day Hollywood will hit you over the head with pixie dust like it did Brendan and Ke.”