Unfortunately, many were left with a sour taste in their mouths following Monday's 2020 Oscars nominations.
Every single nominee in the directing category was a man.
'She should have gotten nominated, ' he said, alluding to his initial comment about Jennifer being snubbed from the awards.
Greta Gerwig at the Golden Globes.
"The Farewell" star Awkwafina, who became the first actress of Asian descent to win best actress in a film at the Golden Globes, was snubbed in the lead actress category at the Oscars. So was "The Farewell" director Lulu Wang, whose movie was nominated for best foreign language film at the Golden Globes. Though Little Women received a Best Picture nomination, only three films directed by women scored above-the-line nods across all categories: Little Women, Harriet, and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
Awkwafina accepts the Golden Globe for best actress in a motion picture - musical or comedy for "The Farewell". The song is part of the Grammy-nominated "The Lion King: The Gift" album that Beyoncé produced and curated. Or Jess Gonchor's, for the gorgeous production design of "Little Women"?
The actress, 37, who announced her second pregnancy in July, made an appearance Sunday at the Critics' Choice Awards in Santa Monica, California, where she presented the best actor award to Joaquin Phoenix.
It's Oscar-nomination morning, and while we'll be spending plenty of time in the next few weeks talking about the big winners - wow, those voters really liked "Joker", which led the pack with 11 nominations - let's devote a bit of time to that most delightful Oscars tradition: complaining about the snubs.
Social media has been buzzing with other snubs like Lupita Nyong'o in Us, Eddie Murphy in Dolemite Is My Name and Jamie Foxx in Just Mercy. Adam Sandler's out of character role in Uncut Gems was a favorite of many movie-goers, but not with the Academy, apparently. 'Jlo didn't get nominated?