Tuesday , July 27 2021

Oscars 2019: What's next for this year's Oscar winners?



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No one from Colman or Cuaron is likely to have job offers after Oscar

Winning the Oscar is good and good. Like all the rest of the world, however, the recipients of the awards this year had to return to work the next day.

About Spike Lee, winning the best adapted script for his film BlacKkKlansman, which meant going to Southeast Asia at the first opportunity.

"Tomorrow morning, I'm on an airplane to Thailand," the American director told reporters on Sunday.

Thailand will stand for Vietnam at Da 5 Bloods, which tells African-American war veterans returning to this country to find the remains of a fallen comrade.

Chadwick Bosman, the Black Panther himself, will participate in the project along with Delroy Lindo and Leon Jean-Reno.

Here's what's going on in this year's Oscar winners and where we'll see them.

The third and fourth series of The Crown shot back, Olivia Coleman she will not have much time to enjoy the glory of her best actress triumph.

The commitments of Broadhead's star show that she had to miss a number of other awards on the eve of this year's awards – the cost of landing the plum role of the queen in Netflix's royal saga.

  • First look at the new Queen of the Crown
  • Olivia Coleman "excited" by the queen's role

Colman will return to our screens next week when Fleabag returns to BBC One on Monday. Phoebe Walker-Bridge's second series of rough series will make her play her role away from the hero's beloved godmother.

This year we will also see the release of Them That Follow, a drama set in the Appalachian Mountains where she plays a member of a Pentecostal church that adheres to the religious practice of snaking.

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After the Sunday ceremony, Mahershala Ali gave Rami Malek a friendly hug

Best winner Rami Malek not only has Oscar at his fireplace to play Freddy Mercury in the Bohemian Rhapsody. He also has Mr. Robot's fourth and final season in the box he will be broadcasting at a time this year.

He will also give the voice of a gorilla called Chee-Chee in The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle, restarting the old fantasy with "talking to animals," starring Robert Downey Jr, who will arrive in cinemas early in 2020.

Regina KingWinner of the best statuette of the actress in support of The Beale Street may not give up the little screen.

The three-time recipient of "Emmy" plays a role in a new television version of her favorite comedy "Watchmen," which will see her act alongside other Oscar winners Jeremy Irons and Louis Gosse Jr..

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Regina King and Spike Lee show their Oscars and their accessories

Mahershala Aliin contrast, there seems to be nothing confirmed in the work, although he is working on a scenario he can direct and has a development deal with HBO (Home Box Office).

The Lunar Light Actor and the Green Book can now be seen in the third season of the real HBO detective in which he plays a police detective from Arkansas at three different ages.

HBO also seems to be a home of ascension, a series of horrors for the creation of a cult that is the winner of the best director Alfonso Cuaron It is reportedly created for writing, direct and executive production.

Little is known about the project, except that Casey Affleck, an Oscar winner two years ago for Manchester by the sea – is also attached to it.

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