One of the most-deserved awards given on Sunday night at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards was the Best Supporting Actor statue to Christoph Waltz, for his incredible performance as "Jew Hunter" Hans Landa in Quentin Tarantino's World War II fairy tale, "Inglourious Basterds." In another year, Tarantino could have walked away from the evening with more than just the one Oscar for Waltz. "Basterds" is easily one of the filmmaker's best efforts, and that's thanks in no small part to Waltz.
For whatever could have been, the Tarantino's colleagues and friends were plenty excited on Oscar night. They went out to celebrate after the show, as you can see in today's Daily TwitPic. After the jump you can see Tarantino and Waltz joined by Omar Doom, the Basterd with the best real-life name ever, and Zoe Bell, who starred in "Death Proof" (Tarantino's half of "Grindhouse").
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