Steven Spielberg Weighs In On Natalie Portman’s Golden Globes Dig

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Steven Spielberg was one of many topics of Natalie Portman’s dig on the Golden Globes, however he is aware of that she was proper.

On Sunday, Portman identified on stage that one of the best director class — which she was presenting — was all male: Guillermo del Toro for “The Form of Water,” Martin McDonagh for “Three Billboards Outdoors Ebbing, Missouri,” Christopher Nolan for “Dunkirk,” Ridley Scott for “All of the Cash within the World” and Spielberg for “The Put up.”

The “Black Swan” star’s feedback got here throughout an evening that target ladies throughout a wave of sexual harassment and assault allegations in Hollywood.

“There’s additionally a watershed occurring proper now, slowly, perhaps not quick sufficient, for ladies administrators,” Spielberg informed Leisure Tonight.

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“I imply you’ve gotten Patty Jenkins. We’ve some superb ladies which have come ahead, you recognize ‘Mudbound’ and ‘Woman Chicken.’ This can be a fairly unimaginable 12 months, and I believe you will be seeing some nominations. I’m predicting on the Oscars this 12 months for a girl director, if not a number of.”

“Mudbound,” directed by Dee Rees, earned two nominations on the Globes for greatest authentic tune and greatest supporting actress (Mary J. Blige).

Greta Gerwig’s “Woman Chicken” received two Globes, together with greatest musical or comedy, and was nominated for 2 others.

Patty Jenkins and “Marvel Lady” grossed $409 million on the home field workplace.

 
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