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Jared Leto made sure he captured every aspect of his Oscar moment, going so far as to film the one-minute process it took to engrave his name on his best supporting actor trophy after the show.
Matthew McConaughey also dropped by the Oscar engraving station at the Governor's Ball to have his name placed on his best actor trophy. He commemorated the moment with pictures of himself and his wife, Camila Alves McConaughey
Spike Jonze arrived at the engraving table just moments ahead of fellow Oscar winner Alfonso Cuaron.
"Hey, no cutting!" Jonze, the best original screenplay winner, joked before posing for photos with Cuaron, the best director winner.
The engraving station has been going for five years, and nearly every winner stops by.
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