Mischa Collins attends the 93rd Oscars to support Sound of Metal director Darius Marder


Misha Collins attends the 93rd Oscars to support Sound of Metal director Darius Marder his ‘BFF since I was 12 years old’

Fans watching the 93rd Oscars on Sunday night made quite the surprise sighting when Supernatural star Mischa Collins was spotted at Hollywood’s biggest night.

Since the 46-year-old actor was not nominated this year – in fact, he hasn’t starred in a movie since 2008’s The Grift – many were quite confused why he was there, and it even became a trending topic on Twitter.

Upon realizing that he was trending, the longtime Supernatural star took to Twitter to explain that he was there to support longtime friend Darius Marder, the writer-director of Best Picture nominee Sound of Metal.

Spotted: Fans watching the 93rd Oscars on Sunday night made quite the surprise sighting when Supernatural star Mischa Collins was spotted at Hollywood’s biggest night

During the telecast, Collins retweeted a Twitter user dubbed @CubbyPau, who added a screengrab of Collins trending on Twitter, adding, ‘[email protected] is currently trending 17 in the US just for attending the #Oscars.’

He also retweeted Page Six, which reported that his presence at the Oscars, ‘confuses Twitter,’ which he added, ‘I love that the headline of me being at the Oscars is “confusing.’

The actor also clarified things further by sharing a photo of him with Marder at their table at the ceremony, held this year at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.

Confusing: He also retweeted Page Six, which reported that his presence at the Oscars, 'confuses Twitter,' which he added, 'I love that the headline of me being at the Oscars is "confusing'

Confusing: He also retweeted Page Six, which reported that his presence at the Oscars, ‘confuses Twitter,’ which he added, ‘I love that the headline of me being at the Oscars is “confusing’

‘My bff since I was 12 years old is nominated Oscars in 6 categories tonight and I couldn’t be more proud (or jealous),’ Collins said.

‘So happy for him and for this incredible, inclusive film about the deaf community and addiction and the human condition. So full of love and pride tonight…’ he concluded.

He also shared a photo with Marder, Jeremy Lee Stone and sound editor Michelle Couttolenc with their first Oscar of the night, won for Best Sound. 

Proud and jealous: 'My bff since I was 12 years old is nominated Oscars in 6 categories tonight and I couldn't be more proud (or jealous),' Collins said

Proud and jealous: ‘My bff since I was 12 years old is nominated Oscars in 6 categories tonight and I couldn’t be more proud (or jealous),’ Collins said

‘The first of #SoundOfMetal’s #oscars! (They won’t let me touch it until I wash my hands, but I was allowed to point at it.)’ Collins joked.

He shared another shot of him hugging Marder while reiterating why he was spotted at the Oscars.

‘I am at the Oscars tonight with my BFF since I was 12. He has won two Oscars tonight so far for his film, @SoundOfMetalUK. So proud of you, @dariusmarder,’ Collins said.

BFF: 'I am at the Oscars tonight with my BFF since I was 12. He has won two Oscars tonight so far for his film, @SoundOfMetalUK. So proud of you, @dariusmarder,' Collins said

BFF: ‘I am at the Oscars tonight with my BFF since I was 12. He has won two Oscars tonight so far for his film, @SoundOfMetalUK. So proud of you, @dariusmarder,’ Collins said

No touching: 'The first of #SoundOfMetal's #oscars! (They won’t let me touch it until I wash my hands, but I was allowed to point at it.)' Collins joked

No touching: ‘The first of #SoundOfMetal’s #oscars! (They won’t let me touch it until I wash my hands, but I was allowed to point at it.)’ Collins joked

He also retweeted Variety’s tweet announced Sound of Metal’s second and final Oscar win on the night, for Best Film Editing.

Sound of Metal had been up for six Oscars going into Sunday night’s telecast, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Riz Ahmed), Best Supporting Actor (Paul Raci) and Best Original Screenplay (Darius Marder, Abraham Marder, Derek Cianfrance).

Nomadland ultimately won Best Picture, with Anthony Hopkins winning Best Actor for The Father, Daniel Kaluuya winning Best Supporting Actor for Judas and the Black Messiah and Emerald Fennell winning Best Original Screenplay for Promising Young Woman. 

Second Oscar: He also retweeted Variety's tweet announced Sound of Metal's second and final Oscar win on the night, for Best Film Editing

Second Oscar: He also retweeted Variety’s tweet announced Sound of Metal’s second and final Oscar win on the night, for Best Film Editing

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