Alternative Oscar Nominations: Who Should Have Been on the Awards Train to Union Station?

Gina Rodriguez should have been a contender for Kajillionaire, Annapurna/Focus Features press photo

Steven Soderbergh’s Oscar production immediately looked like it knew how to take the awards ceremony into the contemporary era, freshening up the ceremony with a dynamic opening tracking shot following Regina King as she carried an Oscar through Union Station. It felt like one of his caper movies was starting. The art deco but…

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Film, Music, Peak TV, Diversity— Tom Cendejas is sitting on a sofa and unwrapping Pop Culture with a Latino eye, one husk at a time. tomcend@gmail.com

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