Brendan Fraser will not be at the Golden Globes

Brendan Fraser will not be at the Golden Globes

Actor Brendan Fraser is being hailed as the comeback kid after his performance in Darren Aronofsky’s “The Whale” made him an Oscar front-runner. diversity, Indie Wire And Rewards Daily Fraser topped the all-time best actor list over Austin Butler for his portrayal of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll in “Elvis” and Colin Farrell for his role in “The Banshees of Inishreen.”

“The Whale” is a film about a 600-pound writing teacher in failing health who desperately wants to reconnect with his daughter. “With ‘The Whale,’ Aronofsky and Fraser took considerable risks in the name of a strong empathy. I think, and my tear ducts agree, that those risks paid off,” writes Glenn Kenny. Roger

Usually, when people are nominated for an Academy Award they are also likely to get a nod from the Golden Globes. However, if Fraser is nominated, he will not attend.

“I have a history with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association more than I have respect for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association,” Fraser told GQ. In an intimate interview. “No, I will not participate.”

“It’s because of my history with them,” continued Fraser. “And my mother was not a hypocrite. You can tell me many things, but not that.”

Fraser claims that in 2003, former president and member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) Philip Burke. Fraser was sexually assaulted At lunch at the Beverly Hills Hotel. “I feel sick. I feel like a little kid,” he told GQ. “I felt like I had a ball in my throat. I thought I was going to cry.”

When Fraser went public with the allegation in 2018, it sparked an outpouring of support for the actor at a time when health problems and injuries from assaults forced him to retreat from the limelight. Burke disputed Fraser’s claims and reached out to him but he admitted no wrongdoing.

Burke denied the allegations In a statement: “Mr. Fraser’s version is a complete fabrication.”

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The HFPA wrote a joint statement that Fraser signed but he rejected it because he felt it belittled Burke’s behavior. Burke was expelled from the HFPA last year but not for his treatment of Fraser. He was fired after writing an email to HFPA members that called Black Lives Matter “Racist Hate Groups.”

Fraser’s critical acclaim for his performance in “The Whale” is a welcome return for the actor and his fans who watch him. As part of their childhood. He delighted many younger generations and millennials with his performances in the 1990s and 2000s, including “School Tie,” “Encino Man,” “The Mummy” franchise and “Looney Tunes: Back in Action.”

Fraser told GQ that he’s eager to make the press rounds this awards season to campaign for an Oscar endorsement. But he won’t advance his own dignity by attending an awards ceremony hosted by a group that ignores his humanity.

In a city where there’s no higher honor than award season nods, Fraser shows he has higher standards.

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