Checkmate to All Movie Industry: Netflix's “The Queen’s Gambit” Took Its First Globus
New Netflix’s successful chess adaptation carried home 2 best prizes at Sunday night’s Golden Globes: restricted series, collection, or TV movie. Plus, Anya Taylor-Joy took the limited series/TV movie actress prize. It indicates the first significant prize for “The Queen’s Gambit,” as well as the first notable award for Taylor-Joy.
During her speech, Taylor-Joy particularly appreciated co-creator, editor, and director Scott Frank by saying: “Scott Frank, my god, I love you!”
She told that she is so happy to be a part of the cast that had passed a long road to achieving such good results as we saw on Saturday.
She added that if he had the chance to repeat she would it again! Well if the actress is saying “I would do this project again and again and again,” it means that everything was made properly.
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The First Latina Won This Globus Award
Taylor-Joy is the first Latin woman that has got a limited series/TV movie actress prize. Who were her competitors?
- Nicole Kidman (“The Undoing”);
- Cate Blanchett (“Mrs. America”);
- Shira Haas (“Unorthodox”);
- Daisy Edgar-Jones (“Normal People”).
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