Nominee for 2021 Riz Ahmed's The metallic sound. Nominee for 2021 Boseman, Chadwick The Black Bottom of Ma Rainey. Nominee for 2021 The Father, Anthony Hopkins Nominee for 2021 Oldman, Gary (Mank) Nominee for 2021 Thornton, John Bradley Cooper Nominee for 2021 Villeneuve, Denis Official selection: 11. Jan - 10. Feb 2021.
Denis Villeneuve is set to direct a film about Canadian astronaut Marc Garneau. The award-winning filmmaker behind Blade Runner 2049 and Prisoner 5 will be making his feature film debut with this upcoming project.
Garneau was an influential figure in advancing awareness of environmental issues during his time as a senator and minister of transport and communications. Originally from Montreal, he became interested in space travel at an early age when he read about the first American astronauts. In 1966, at the age of 28, he became Canada's first man in orbit when he flew on the Soviet spacecraft S7. He went on to have a career that spanned over 30 years, traveling to more than 100 countries and completing 77 orbits of the Earth. After retiring from politics in 1998, Garneau devoted himself to promoting sustainable transportation practices through speeches and television appearances. He died in 2018 at the age of 72 after suffering from brain cancer.
It is presented to an actor who has performed a remarkable performance as a supporting actor in a television series, miniseries, or motion film created for television during the calendar year. The award was originally given to James Brolin for his part in Marcus Welby, M.D. at the 28th Golden Globe Awards on February 5, 1971.
Nominee for 2021 Riz Ahmed's The metallic sound. Nominee for 2021 Boseman, Chadwick The Black Bottom of Ma Rainey. Nominee for 2021 Anthony Hopkins, The Father Nominee for 2021 Mank, Gary Oldman Nominee for 2021
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"Mank" was one among numerous titles that helped Netflix get the most Golden Globe nominations (42 this year).
Chadwick Boseman, the late American actor, received the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture—Drama for his depiction of Levee Green in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." Taylor Simone Ledward, the late actor's wife, collected the medal on his behalf.
Davis, Viola The Black Bottom of Ma Rainey. Nominee for 2021 Vanessa Kirby: Fragments of a Woman Nominee for 2021 Nominee for 2021: Frances McDormand, Nomadland. Mulligan, Carey A promising young lady
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association presents the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress—Miniseries or Television Film, or Best Actress—Motion Picture Made for Television, each year (HFPA).
Sixteen of the 19 nominated performances received Academy Award nominations or wins. Morgan Freeman, Samuel L. Jackson, and Mahershala Ali each had two nominations in this category. In this category, Louis Gossett Jr., Denzel Washington, Eddie Murphy, Mahershala Ali, and Daniel Kaluuya have all won. No black actor has ever won more than one Golden Globe in this category.
The first Golden Globe Awards were held in January 1949 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. African Americans were not allowed to enter the hotel through the main entrance; they could only be let in through a side door. Therefore, when accepting his award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Louis Gossett Jr. made his way down the aisle of the room by walking from person to person until he reached the front desk where there was a white man who gave him his prize.
In the years that followed, other categories with no black winners included Best Actress (only winning once by Hattie McDaniel) and Best Supporting Actor (which didn't win until 2004).
But beginning in 1991, things started changing. Three out of four nominees in this category were black or Latino, with Murphy becoming the first black actor to win. Since then, several more black actors have won including Kaluuya in 2018 and Washington in 1999.
However, it took another eight years before someone else won. Ali won his second Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture.