Translated From: Oscar 2022, live | Will Smith’s slap in the face of Chris Rock and the g…
Discovered on: 2022-03-28 04:45:45
As pointed out from the United States, the Los Angeles Police Department is aware of the altercation on stage between Will Smith and Chris Rock. However, the police report that so far no charges have been filed by the comedian towards Will Smith for receiving a live punch.
The actor apologized to the Academy and those present at the Dolby Theater, but not to Chris Rock himself.
The 94th edition of the Oscar Awards were called to be the ones to return to ‘normality’ after the conditions of a pandemic that seems to be giving its last blows. A year in which virtual carpets have returned to their face-to-face format, recovering the happy magic of live.
More than 2,500 guests passed through the traditional red carpet (burgundy, actually) installed on Hollywood Boulevard to symbolize the beginning of one of the most glamorous evenings of the year. For men, classic black tuxedo; for women, a suit that covers the knees.
This is how the protagonists dressed.
After receiving the award for Best Actor for The Williams Method, a visibly emotional Will Smith wanted to rectify after his punch to Chris Rock before the Academy and all those present at the Dolby Theater.
“At this time in my life, I am overwhelmed by what God has asked me to do and be. Love, protect and be a river for my people. Love makes you do incredible things. I hope they invite me again,” he said. in tears. In addition, Will Smith wanted to put Richard Williams as an example of a father for the effort and affection he dedicated to his daughters.
The Oscars have opted for CODA as best film, a modest and emotional feel good movie that dazzled at the Sundance festival with four awards and in recent weeks has risen positions to unseat The Power of the Dog, which started with more options with its twelve nominations.
CODA turns Apple TV into the first platform to rise in the queen category at the Hollywood Academy Awards, eliminating the ambitious plans of Netflix, which aimed high with The Power of the Dog in this edition and which in previous years has competed with titles like Rome, The Irishman or Mank.
The punch to the comedian is going around the world. The actor is Trending Topic number 1 on Twitter after hitting Chris Rock after he joked about the shaved head of Jada Pinkett Smith, wife of Will Smith. From the United States, The New York Times titled it as follows: “Will Smith smacks Chris Rock after a joke, then wins Best Actor.”
– Best film: CODA
– Best actress: Jessica Chastain for The Eyes of Tammy Faye
– Best Actor: Will Smith for The Williams Method
– Best original song: No Time to Die from No Time to Die
– Best Documentary:
Summer of Soul (…or, when the revolution is not televised)
– Best Adapted Screenplay: Sian Heder by CODA
– Best Original Screenplay: Kenneth Branagh for Belfast
– Best Costume Design:
– Best international film:
drive my car
– Best Supporting Actor: Troy Kotsur for CODA
– Best Supporting Actress: Ariana DeBose for West Side Story
– Best animated film:
– Better visual effects:
– Best photography:
– Best soundtrack: Hans Zimmer for Dune
– Best Editing:
– Best animated short:
– Better sound:
– Best short:
The Long Goodbye
– Best Production Design: Patrice Vermette and Zsuzsanna for Dune
– Best makeup and hairdressing:
Tammy Faye’s eyes
– Best short documentary:
The Queen of Basketball
Alberto Mielgo has surpassed all the pools and has won the Oscar for best animated short for The Windshelter Wiper, the Cleaner, in Spanish.
It was the only Spanish prize of the Ceremony in which he competed with Bestia, by Hugo Covarrubias and Tevo Díaz; Affairs of the art, by Joanna Quinn and Les Mills; Boxballet, by Anton Dyakov and Robin Robin (Peti Roja), by Daniel Ojari and Michael Please.
In fact, the latter, from Netflix, was the one that started as the favorite but it has finally been the Spanish film that has won the golden statuette.
Finally there was no award for Spanish actors at this Oscars Ceremony. Penélope Cruz was nominated for Best Leading Actress for Madres Paralelas and Javier Bardem was nominated for the Best Leading Actor statuette for Being the Ricardos.
During the presentation of the award for Best Documentary, Chris Rock made a joke about the shaved head of Jada Pinkett Smith, wife of Will Smith.
The comedian has compared Jada Pinkett Smith, who suffers from alopecia, to Lieutenant O’Neil from the GI Joe saga.
Listening to him, Will Smith got up and punched the comedian and then dedicated several insults to him. “Get my woman out of your p * t * mouth,” he has yelled at him.
The American takes the statuette in her third nomination for The Eyes of Tammy Faye, a film in which she plays evangelist televangelist Tammy Faye, who had a lot of notoriety in the United States in the 70s.
In her speech, the actress spoke about suicide: “In these times there are many people who have felt alone, suicide is a serious problem. You are loved for how unique and unique each of you are. Don’t feel alone” .
Chastain has beaten Penélope Cruz, among others, in her category.
Despite the punch given to Chris Rock minutes before, the African-American actor takes the statuette for playing Richard Williams, the wayward father of Venus and Serena Williams.
The protagonist of The Williams Method delivers his speech through tears.
The movie produced by Apple becomes the big winner of the night completing its 3/3 and winning the star award.
CODA is a film shot with the hearing impaired that follows the life of Ruby, the only hearing member of a deaf family.