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Gary Oldman rants about athletes who act for fake PSA

Actor Gary Oldman arrives at the 84th Annual Academy Awards at the Hollywood & Highland Center Feb. 26, 2012, in Hollywood, Calif. Oldman received a best actor nomination for his role in "Tinker Tailor Solider Spy." He lost the award to Jean Dujardin.
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Actor Gary Oldman arrives at the 84th Annual Academy Awards Feb. 26, 2012, in Hollywood, Calif.
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(CBS News) Gary Oldman feels very strongly about professional athletes who think they can crossover into acting as easily as they can perform on a basketball court.

The Oscar nominee apparently has such strong feelings about it that he made a PSA for a group called Actors Against Athletes Acting that aired on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

The "Tinker Tailor Solider Spy" actor keeps it together in the clip, until his rage takes over. When he finishes yelling he calmly looks at the camera and says, "See how I did that? That is called acting. You feel the emotion? I can do that. You can't."

Watch the clip below: