Natalie Portman Calls Out 'All Male' Award Nominees

Natalie Portman Calls Out 'All Male' Award Nominees

Natalie Portman Calls Out 'All Male' Award Nominees

Then Natalie Portman was like HOLD MY BEER, ' tweeted on female account user.

Oscar-winner Natalie Portman went off-script as she presented the award for Best Director at the Golden Globes and her ad-lib was quite possibly the most audacious one of the night. When it was her turn, with an ice-cold expression, she said, "And here are the all-male nominees". "Folks, Time's Up!" she said.

Unfortunately, the category was best actress in a musical or comedy.

Of the few women allowed to make movies, fewer still are backed by a studio willing to fund a major awards campaign.

Of course, it's not if Portman was the first to point out the all-male nomination slate; it's been a theme of some of the coverage of the Globes this year.

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Another female wrote: "Me and my friends just bawled our eyes out at Oprah's speech". Barbra Streisand took home the award for her 1984 film Yentl, which also won best picture that same year. "Truth is powerful, and in a really good film, we recognized the truth about ourselves, about others, and it's so powerful that it can even change people's minds, touch people's hearts, and ultimately even change society, itself".

Director Guillermo Del Toro went on to win the award for 'The Shape of Water, ' but many fans felt women directors like Greta Gerwig, Dee Rees and Patty Jenkins were unfairly shut out of the category.

The Golden Globes award ceremony reflected that as seen by the speeches and the attire that numerous performers chose to wear on the red carpet.

The category caused controversy when the nominees were announced a year ago (17), as many had predicted Lady Bird's Greta Gerwig and Mudbound's Dee Rees would make the shortlist.

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