The bear from Leonardo DiCaprio's gritty survival film The Revenant finally got its due when Jonah Hill presented the first award of the 73rd Golden Globes.

Hill took the stage, wearing what appeared to be a bear-themed hoodie, to hand out the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture as the 2-year-old grizzly that mauls DiCaprio's Hugh Glass demanding to be recognized. Hill's curse-laden speech was bleeped out twice as he called out his Wolf of Wall Street co-star for taking up all of the attention on the awards circuit.

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"You gave it to the lead actor and the supporting actor is just sitting there in the background," he said.

Hill, as the bear, made no comment about the misconstrued sexual assault between DiCaprio and the creature in the film, but he threatened a few studio executives in the audience. "I would just like to add, there's a few studio heads that I would like to take a swipe at." He quickly corrected, "I'm just kidding — I am a bear though, you have to keep that in mind!"