Michael B. Jordan and Jonathan Major show love to Angela Bassett after losing supporting actress
Actors Michael B. Jordan and Jonathan Majors show their support after actress Angela Bassett Lost to Jamie Lee Curtis Best Supporting Actress Award for 95th Academy Awards on Sunday night.
“Hey Auntie,” Jordan began as he and Majors took the stage to present the best cinematography award. Jordan’s character Killmonger said the exact same thing to Bassett, who plays Ramonda.
Major then added, “We love you.”
If Bassett, nominated for his role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, wins, it would be the first Academy Award for acting in a Marvel movie. This was her second Oscar nomination for Bassett.
The actress was first nominated for Best Supporting Actress almost 30 years ago for her performance as Tina Turner in the 1993 biopic What’s Love Got To Do With It.
For the 95th Academy Awards, Bassett looks back on her career Speaking to “CBS Morning” co-host Gayle King about her devastating loss in 1994.
“Now you hope, you pray, you hope, but I won’t walk away thinking, ‘I got robbed,'” Bassett said. “It’s just too much negative emotion to live with me for the rest of my life.”
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