As the Golden Globes Promise to Do Better, Hollywood Responds with Side Eye: ‘We Don’t Believe’

As the Golden Globes Promise to Do Better, Hollywood Responds with Side Eye: ‘We Don’t Believe’
In a real-life Oscars moment so on the nose that it would never make a screenplay’s final draft, Margaret Gardiner from the Sunday Times of South Africa asked Oscar-winner Daniel Kaluuya, star of Shaka King’s “Judas and the Black Messiah,” what it was like to work with Regina King — the director of Supporting Actor nominee Leslie Odom Jr. in “One Night in Miami.” Later, her nonapology only made it worse.

A boneheaded lack of professionalism from a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association was not entirely surprising. That it should come when her organization had spent the last two months swearing that it would do better — and, in fact, its very existence hung in the balance? That still had the capacity to startle, and it goes a long way toward explaining that while the industry may hope the Golden Globes will return in 2022, it’s something that
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