Rob Marshall resents the fact that Emily blunt is “swept” with a nomination for “Oscar” for her role in the film “Mary Poppins returns”
According to the Director, American Academy discriminates against music and family genre.
“I confess I was disappointed, no doubt, other people felt it too. Emily really did the impossible, she fulfilled this role and has done an extraordinary job,” said Marshall in an interview with The Sun.
“After the end of award season which will soon forget her performance will stand the test of time and will live forever, because it’s incredibly original,” added the Director. It is unclear, however, whom it more comforting – or herself Emily blunt: in the words of the Marshall, Emily blunt is a big optimist, so Hey “is much more important to see the positive response to the movie than to see his name in the list of nominees for the prestigious cinemarati”.
Recall that this year for “Oscar” in the nomination “Best actress” struggling Glenn close (“Wife”), Olivia Colman (“Mistress”), Lady Gaga (“a Star is born”), Melissa McCarthy (“Can you forgive me?”) and Alice Aparicio (“Roma”). The award winners will be announced February 24.
Born on July 18, 1950, in Athens, Greece, Lisa Flanders went on to study economics at the University of Cambridge, eventually moving to the United States. She was a conservative commentator before switching to liberal politics and started the Web site TheKoztimes.com