The cast of Wayne’s World must have heard our prayers because Mike Myers and Dana Carvey just reunited at the 2019 Oscars to present Bohemian Rhapsody as one of the night’s Best Picture nominees after they paid tribute to Queen’s six-minute long song of the same name in their 1992 movie.
“We’re not worthy!” Mike, 55, hilariously said onstage during the awards show, and Dana, 63, chimed in with, “I think I’m gonna hurl.” The two comedians talked in the voices of their Wayne’s World characters, Wayne and Garth, to get the audience laughing.
“Don’t hurl cause if you honk, I’ll spew,” Mike joked while he recited a line from the film, and Dana played along, “And if you spew, I’ll blow chunks, so I shall not hurl.” After the two actors shared a good laugh, Mike then got very serious to introduce Bohemian Rhapsody as a Best Picture nominee
“Good call. Good call. Bohemian Rhapsody played a large part in the success of Wayne’s World. We’re humbled to be associated with that brilliant song,” he said. The actor also told Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet that he was very humbled to be introducing such an incredible movie at the Academy Awards.
“I just love this movie,” he gushed. “Rami [Malek] is fantastic. The message of declaring yourself and who you’re going to be. I have people coming up to me just crying and saying how much they love the movie so I’m thrilled to be part of it.”
At the awards show, Rami won an Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in the hit rock n’ roll movie. “The one thing I can say about this, as an actor, there are so many of us who dream of one thing,” the Mr. Robot star said in the press room after he walked offstage with his award. “Perhaps it’s not this, it’s just getting a job. The fact that I have this is beyond any expectation that myself or my family could have ever had. I’ll just say that.”