The 93rd Academy Awards are expected to be the lowest-rated yet despite several opportunities to make history
By Melissa Roberto
The 2021 Oscars on Sunday saw “Nomadland” take home the top prize as best picture in an awards show that featured countless celebrities reference Derek Chauvin’s murder conviction and police brutality in the United States.
“We give this one to our wolf,” Frances McDormand, one of the film’s stars and producers, said before howling to the ceiling as she accepted the accolade. She also asked viewers to watch the film “on the largest screen possible” at movie theaters “very, very soon.”
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