The Oscars is an 89-year-old institution, having the power to make us sweat EVERY single time. But this particular family has given Oscars a whole new colorful twist. For the past seven years, the Storino family of Chicago has indulged in its own heartwarming tradition of recreating stills from each of the best-picture nominees. These splendid recreations are then posted on their Web page Don’t Call Me Oscar.
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Because of the fun family custom, Chicago mom Maggie Storino, and her three adorable kids, Sophia (6), Sadie (4), and Solane (1) have started “anticipating Oscar season like it’s a holiday”. Have a look at this super cute family’s amazing recreations below:
Maggie said, “This is the seventh year of Don’t Call Me Oscar—hard to believe! The girls anticipate Oscar season like it’s a holiday. Their excitement really took off in December when they saw a preview of Hidden Figures before Disney’s Moana, but it’s our tradition to hold off on taking the photos until the nominees are announced. You’ve got to build enthusiasm! When we finished, Sophia told me she wants to take Oscar photos with her kids one day, too.”