Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh has done it again.
The newly inducted Time magazine’s Icon of the Year 2022 has been nominated for Best Actress at the Golden Globes for her portrayal in the multiverse mash-up Everything Everywhere All At Once.
She joins Lesley Manville (Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris), Anya Taylor-Joy (The Menu), Emma Thompson (Good Luck to You, Leo Grande) and Margot Robbie (Babylon) in the category.
Nominations were released on NBC’s Today morning show yesterday (December 12).
Besides the Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, Everything Everywhere All At Once also received five other nominations, including nods for Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Michelle Yeoh among others
Topping the list of nominations is Martin McDonagh’s feuding friends tale The Banshees of Inisherin with eight nominations, including nods for actors Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan.
The nominees for best film, drama, are: The Fabelmans, Top Gun: Maverick, Elvis, Tar and Avatar: The Way Of Water, AP reported.
The nominees for best film, comedy or musical, are: The Banshees of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Babylon and Triangle Of Sadness.
On the TV side, Abbott Elementary led with five nominations, including best series, musical or comedy, and nods for its stars Quinta Brunson, Janelle James and Tyler James Williams.
The Crown, Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, Only Murders in the Building, Pam & Tommy and White Lotus all came away with four nominations.
The Globes will be telecast on January 11 and hosted by stand-up comedian Jerrod Carmichael.
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Videos, photos, and stories of Chinese dissent are quickly edited and vanish online but not those featured on a Twitter account with a cat avatar.
As the Chinese call for greater autonomy and an end to zero-Covid restrictions, the account “Teacher Li is Not Your Teacher” live-tweeted the demos in real-time, showing the world how the Chinese oppose their government’s policies and decisions. “Teacher Li” became a vital source of information for people in China and beyond.
The painter behind the “cat”
Managing the account is Li, a 30-year-old painter, who spent most of his days and waking hours stuck to a chair in front of a monitor thousands of miles away from the actual rallies. He manages the Twitter account from a living room corner in Italy.