Tell us, HollywoodLifers - what did you think about Natalie's stance against the Golden Globes choice not to nominate any female directors? While presenting the coveted award onstage Sunday night, the actress made a jab acknowledging that women were left out of the category.
"And here are the all-male nominees", Portman added, throwing shade at the Hollywood Foreign Press. It clearly wasn't lost on her that the feeling of solidarity with women that night didn't always extend to the awards themselves, where all the nominated directors were men.
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These are questions the BJP and PDP need to answer. "He should talk to separatists and militants in Kashmir too", he said. The MLA also sought to strike a balance, claiming party leaders " also do not want security force men to die".
Both Portman and Barbra Streisand, who pointed out that no woman has won a Globe for Best Director since she did for "Yentl" in 1984, presumably spoke up because Jenkins, Dee Rees of "Mudbound" and National Board of Review victor Greta Gerwig of "Lady Bird" were excluded from the Globes nominees. Now male nominee Steven Spielberg has weighed in on the issue.
"It is not lost on me that, at this moment, there is some little girl watching as I become the first Black woman to be given the same award", Winfrey said in her powerful speech. "The three highest-grossing films past year were all carried by women". But as usual, there are some people who are trolling her for what she said.
Streisand, who won a best director Globe for Yentl in 1984, was brought to the stage to introduce the best drama category.