Jamie Lee Curtis, after a tight head-to-head throughout the Award Season, won the Oscar for his performance in Everything Everywhere All at Once. The reaction of his “opponent” Angela Bassett – who remained impassive and disappointed – therefore immediately went viral.
Yesterday – March 12 – took place there 95th Academy Awardswhere the crazy film of the Daniels triumphed Everything Everywhere All at Once. After a tight head-to-head match that lasted the entire Award Season, Jamie Lee Curtis stole the best actress statuette from Angela Bassettnominated for her intense portrayal of Queen Ramonda in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The first star of the MCU to reach the important milestone, Bassett – already winner of the Golden Globe in the category – however, was unable to conceal her regret for non-recognition. His reaction to the triumph of colleague Jamie Lee Curtis is therefore instantly went viral.
Oscars 2023 – Angela Bassett’s reaction to Jamie Lee Curtis’ victory
Ace taken Everything Everywhere All at Once he then “handed over” to the Hollywood veteran Jamie Lee Curtis his first Oscar winner – acknowledgment that seems to reward, in reality, the star’s career more than the single performance. Curtis’ victory, therefore, was met with agenuine ovationto which however Angela Bassett did not take part. The actress is indeed remained impassiveexpressing his regret with ahurt and disappointed expression. The star you are not neither standing up during the standing ovation paid to her colleagueinstead seated in the front row and absolutely thrilled by the recognition, obtained – by her own admission – after a career studded with roles in “genre” films – Curtis rose to fame as the “scream queen” in the franchise Halloween.
Angela Bassett’s reaction hurts me #Oscars 🙁 pic.twitter.com/wUgwJ5TWBA
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) March 13, 2023
Angela Bassett, therefore, saw the dream of becoming the first Marvel actress to win the Academy Award shattered. After the exploit of Black Panther – nominated, in 2019, for best film and winner of three statuettes – the sequel – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – had to “settle” for the Oscar for i best costumes, went to Ruth E. Carter. The reaction of Queen Ramonda’s interpreter to the lack of victory became, as mentioned, immediately viral and the web was divided between who praised its spontaneity e who criticized his unsportsmanlike and decidedly inelegant attitude. Despite winning only one category, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever got his moment of glory, thanks to the extraordinary performance of Rihanna – candidate for the song Lift Me Up – introduced by a moving speech by Call Gurirathat has remembered friend and colleague Chadwick Bosemanunforgotten King T’Challa of the MCU, who died prematurely in 2020, at only 43 years old. Everything Everywhere All at Once he instead took home ben 7 Oscar awards – best film, direction, leading actress (Michelle Yeoh), editing, original screenplay and best supporting actor and actress, Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis.
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