Ever wanted to make like you won an Oscar without having to do anything like actually act in a movie?
Area awards-show fans will get their chance Friday when one of the real statuettes makes a stop at Baltimore's
Fans will have the chance to pose with the Oscar, practice their acceptance speeches and snap a picture. Short of actually walking the red carpet on
"We created the Oscar Roadtrip to bring the magic and fun of the Oscar ceremony to movie fans across the country," said Josh Spector, managing director of digital media and marketing for AMPAS, which has been presenting the Oscars since 1929.
The Oscar will be at the Inner Harbor beginning at 10 a.m. From there, it will be traveling on to more private events, including stops at the Fort Meade USO and at Remington's Charm City Cakes, where the folks there are cooking up a special confection to mark the occasion.