Hello and welcome to a special post-Oscars edition of The Monitor. Yes, in this latest edition, we have news about Marvel's big winnings, a big Netflix loss and the dedication that Carrie Fisher might have had. Stay with us, kid – we promise you'll be as shocked as Olivia Colman winning an Academy Award.
Black Panther Oscars Several Oscars
Last night, Black Panther won three Oscars – the first Oscars for Marvel Studios. But these are the first two that the film has picked up that are truly historic. Ruth Carter won the Best Costume Design Award, becoming the first African-American woman to win. She was soon followed by Hannah Beachler, who won the Best Production Design Award. Beachler was not only the first woman of color to win this victory, she was also the first to be nominated.
Carrie Fisher probably did not want this dedication
The biggest shock of last night's Oscars broadcast was at the end, when Green paper overcame many controversies to win the best movie. Then, almost as surprising as the film's victory, the speech ended when producer Charles Wessler signed the award "to our great friend, Carrie Fisher". Now, it is true that Wessler and Fisher were friends, but did she want this Oscar to be dedicated to her? Twitter did not seem to think so. (Well, Mark Hamill was cool with that.)
Netflix does not have a better picture, but he thanks her a lot
So now you have put in place that Roma– and, by extension, Netflix – did not win the award for best film. It's a pity, but since Roma It was the work of one of the best administrators in the sector, Alfonso Cuarón, and given the giant Netflix, it is likely that both parties will have another opportunity. The film, however, won three Oscars last night for cinematography, directing and foreign language films, and Netflix garnered praise for everyone. The streaming service other great victory of the night? Drop a trailer for L & # 39; IrishMartin Scorsese's upcoming film, which features a series of talents among the murderers and is likely to be Netflix's next attempt to win an Oscar.
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