Michael Keaton, recently nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Birdman, and Jimmy Fallon, who this week has temporarily relocated The Tonight Show to sunny Los Angeles, cross paths while in Hollywood. They read scripts together, a very “Hollywood” thing to do. But there’s a twist: the scripts are all written by children who are far too young to be allowed to see Birdman and have misunderstood the plot and characters in beautiful ways. There’s still time to give all these kids Best Oscar!

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