Oscars 2022: honor for film “Coda” – slap for rock

Oscars 2022: honor for film “Coda” – slap for rock

Will Smith has apologized for slapping Chris Rock and the Oscars the day after the Oscars. The tragic comedy "Coda" won the Oscar for best picture at the Academy Awards, and Jane Campion won the award for best director.
Will Smith has apologized for slapping Chris Rock and the Oscars the day after the Oscars. The tragic comedy "Coda" won the Oscar for best picture at the Academy Awards, and Jane Campion won the award for best director.

A day after the Oscars, Will Smith went to comedian Chris Rock for his slap in the face. “My behavior at the Academy Awards yesterday was unacceptable and inexcusable,” Smith wrote on Instagram Monday. “Jokes at my expense are part of the job, but a joke about Jada’s health was too much for me to take and I reacted emotionally.” Smith wrote that he wanted to apologize to Rock, the organizers of the Oscars, the audience and everyone involved in the film “King Richard” . The incident is embarrassing for him.

Will Smith responded to inappropriate joke about his wife

Just before Smith won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as the father of the Williams sisters in ‘King Richard ,’ comedian Chris Rock made an inappropriate joke about Jada Pinkett-Smith, Will Smith’s wife’s (due to illness) haircut , made. The actor then stormed the stage, slapped the comedian, then sat back in his seat and insulted him loudly: “Let my wife’s name out of your damn mouth!”. When he was presented with the long-awaited Oscar a little later, Will Smith gave a tearful six-minute acceptance speech in which he apologized to the Oscar Academy and asked: “I hope you will invite me again”.

Tragedy comedy “Coda” wins Oscar for best picture

The Oscar Academy has awarded the feel-good tragic comedy “Coda” as best picture. The production is a remake of the French hit “Do you understand the Béliers?” and was able to redeem all three Oscar nominations. Director Siân Heder also received the award for the best adapted screenplay. Actor Troy Kotsur won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. He is the first deaf male actor to win an Oscar, playing the deaf father of a fishing family whose hearing 17-year-old daughter Ruby (Emilia Jones) discovers her singing talent in a choir.

Director Jane Campion writes film history with “The Power of the Dog”

For the twelve-time nominated film “The Power of the Dog” by Jane Campion – actually the big favorite of the evening – the Oscar award ceremony in Los Angeles was a disappointment: Out of twelve nominations, only one Oscar win remained – which after all wrote film history. The New Zealand filmmaker Campion was only the third woman in film history to be awarded best director for her psychodrama. She is the first to ever be nominated twice in this category. Before her, only Katheryn Bigelow and Chloé Zhao were honored as best directors.

Campion’s The Power of the Dog nominees like Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst missed out. Instead, actress Jessica Chastain received the Best Actress Oscar for her role in the comedy The Eyes of Tammy Faye.

“Dune” big winner with six Oscars – also for Hans Zimmer

The fantasy drama “Dune” by Denis Villeneuve , the big winner of the evening with six Oscars, won in almost all technical categories. Among other things, for best editing, best production design and best camera for Greig Fraser. Two Germans received Oscars for their work on the three-hour film: The composer Hans Zimmer, who is currently on tour in Europe and therefore did not accept the statuette in person.

Also honored was the German specialist for visual effects, Gerd Nefzer. After “Blade Runner 2049” he and his team accepted his second Oscar for best visual effects. In an interview with the “Deutsche Presseagentur” immediately after leaving the stage, Nefzer thanked his “incredible” director Villeneuve: “He’s a great guy and I love him very much.”

Billie Eilish wins Oscar for James Bond song ‘No Time To Die’

Musician Billie Eilish received the Oscar for best song “No Time to Die”, which she composed with her brother Finneas. It is the title song of Cary Fugukaga ‘s James Bond adventure of the same name starring Daniel Craig . Both played the song during the more than three-hour gala, which, like every year, ran much longer than planned.

Ashley Johnson
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