There was a lot of outrage last week, when, for the second year in a row, not a single actor of color received an Oscar nomination. Now, that outrage is turning into action.
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith and director Spike Lee announced Monday that they will boycott the award ceremony this year. They won't attend, and they say they won't be watching on TV.
In response, Academy President Cheryl Boone Issacs released a statement last night saying the Academy will take "dramatic steps" to address the lack of inclusion.
What could a boycott mean to the awards show? Take Two put that question to LA Times film writer and show contributor Rebecca Keegan.