A true legend of Hollywood cinema, Michelle Yeoh was nominated in the best actress category at the 2023 Oscars, for her performance in the hit film Everything Everywhere All at Once. While she hopes to finally win the precious statuette, which would make her the first person of Asian origin to win the Oscar for best actress, Michelle Yeoh will have to face serious competitors this year, in the first row which we find Cate Blanchett. Already an Oscar winner in the past, the actress is also nominated in the best actress category, for her performance in the title role of the film Tar.
For the record, Cate Blanchett has already won the Oscar for best actress twice, for the film The Aviator in 2005, as well as for the feature film Blue Jasmine in 2014. Therefore, is it really necessary that she receives a 3rd Oscar? In any case, this is the question that was asked in an article that Michelle Yeoh shared on her Instagram account, before quickly deleting it. Critics will say that Blanchett’s performance is the strongest – she is, without question, incredible as the prolific conductor Lydia Tár – but it should be noted that she already has two Oscars. -be his status as an industry titan but, given his expansive and unrivaled oeuvre, do we still need further confirmation?”, is it written in this famous paper.
Cate Blanchett, Alice Diop, Michelle Yeoh, Frances McDormand… On D-4 of the #Oscars, we remember these speeches by actresses and directors who inspired us so much. #8March pic.twitter.com/lsMoSZrUsP
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Oscars 2023: Did Michelle Yeoh break Academy rules?
“In the meantime, for Michelle Yeoh, an Oscar would change her life: her name would forever be preceded by the phrase ‘Oscar-winning’, and it should allow her to get bigger roles, after a decade of underutilization. criminal in Hollywood”, also added the author of the article shared by the rival of Cate Blanchett. Would Michelle Yeoh be jealous of the success of her colleague? In the meantime, sharing this article could cause him harm, given that the Academy of Oscars rules state that “public communication by anyone directly associated with an eligible film attempting to shed a negative light or offensive language about a competing film or production will not be tolerated”.
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