Minari director Lee Isaac Chung has spoken of the “sorrow and disappointment” he felt that his American film was only eligible in the foreign language category at the Golden Globes.The movie, starring The Walking Dead actor Steven Yeun, is about a Korean-American family who buy a farm in rural Arkansas.
The veteran South Korean actress, 73, was honoured for her portrayal of a shrewd grandmother in director Lee Isaac Chung’s poignant family drama.Youn picked up the best female actor in a supporting role prize and became the first Asian winner of an individual SAG Award in a motion picture category.
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Yuh-jung Youn won the Oscar for best supporting actress for her performance in “Minari” on Sunday and made history by becoming the first Korean actor to win an Academy Award. Youn also gushed a bit about Brad Pitt, who presented her award.
The pandemic-delayed Academy Awards ceremony takes place at a Los Angeles rail station on Sunday on what could be a historic night packed with surprises, not just around the winners but the event itself. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.
An eight-term past president of the group behind the Golden Globe Awards, Berk was expelled after emailing an article to his fellow members that described Black Lives Matter as a "racist hate movement" and slammed its co-founder, Patrisse Cullors, for purchasing a home in Topanga Canyon
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Nomadland, Chloe Zhao’s portrayal of itinerant communities in the modern American West, was named best feature, continuing its dominance of awards season.Nomadland has won best film at the Golden Globes, Baftas, Critics’ Choice Awards and Producers Guild of America Awards, among others.
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Arkansas police officer L.C. “Buckshot” Smith has worked in law enforcement for more than 56 years, and with his 92nd birthday coming up in May, he says he’ll retire “when the good lord says so.” CNN’s Martin Savidge reports.
On CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper, Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas says that his party’s continued focus on former President Trump’s lies and grievances “is not helpful for us” moving forward.