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I May Destroy You, Steven Yeun, Da 5 Bloods: Here’s a look at the biggest Golden Globe snubs

by Talia M.
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TV and film fans are expressing their frustration on Wednesday, after the 2021 Golden Globe nominations revealed a number of high-profile snubs. Among them are Michaela Coel’s drama I May Destroy You and Steven Yeun’s role in the film Minari. Others are surprised by the lack of recognition for the film Da 5 Bloods, directed by Spike Lee and starring Delroy Lindo.

Steven Yeun delivered one of the best performances of the year for me. A masterclass in subtle, nuanced acting, he was able to say with his eyes and his physicality what his emotionally stunted character wasn’t able to put into words.

I May Destroy You is a thoughtful, gut-twisting, smart, and trauma-informed exploration of the impact of sexual violence. One of the best shows I have seen. Michaela Coel, the writer, co-director AND executive producer deserves all the flowers.

In a year with 4 excellent Black-led ensembles — “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” “Judas and the Black Messiah,” “One Night in Miami” and “Da 5 Bloods” — the HFPA couldn’t find room for any of them.

Netflix’s biggest series ever, Bridgerton didn’t receive any love from Golden Globes.


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