Entertainment Steven Yeun and Michaela Coel were shut out at the Golden Globes, but the SAG Awards just vindicated them
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- The Golden Globes didn't nominate Steven Yeun or Michaela Coel and their respective projects.
- Many believe "Minari" and "I May Destroy You" are some of the best works of the year.
- But nominations for the SAG Awards just vindicated both performers, as both received nods.
Both Steven Yeun and Michaela Coel were snubbed by theon Wednesday, but the Screen Actors Guild Awards have helped right that wrong by .
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The SAG Awards just nominated Steven Yeun for best actor. They also nominated his costar, Youn Yuh-jung, for best supporting actress, and "Minari" got a nod in the best ensemble category, too - the SAG equivalent of best picture.
Meanwhile, Michaela Coel was nominated for best actress in a TV movie or limited series.
on Wednesday when Michaela Coel and her TV show "I May Not Destroy You" were left out of all Golden Globe categories on Wednesday. Many called out the decision and lamented the fact that shows such as "Emily in Paris" were nominated, but not the critically acclaimed "I May Not Destroy You."
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Steven Yeun wasn't nominated at the Globes either, while a much-maligned Golden Globes rule meant that "Minari" was ineligible for a best picture drama nomination. Because 70% of "Minari" was spoken in Korean,and not allowed to be nominated for best picture drama.
Many argued that "Minari" - which is American-produced, directed by Denver-born filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung, and explores very American themes - is. The ruling felt especially unjust considering 70% of the Quentin Tarantino movie "Inglourious Basterds," which was nominated for best drama at the Globes in 2009, is spoken in languages other than English.
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These SAG Awards nominations aren't a total surprise. Michaela Coel has plenty of celebrity supporters of her work, including many actors who make up SAG voters.
The team behind "Minari," meanwhile, should be looking ahead to the Oscars. While the Golden Globes aren't always the most reliable predictor of Oscar nominees and winners, the. This is good news for Lee Isaac Chung's movie and gives both Yeun and Youn excellent chances at nabbing their first Oscar nominations, while "Minari" is now in a great position to land a best picture nomination.
In 'Minari,' harvesting an American dream .
NEW YORK (AP) — The riverbed, more than anything else, needed to be exactly right. In Lee Isaac Chung’s Arkansas-set family drama, “Minari,” land is something more than a setting. It’s a future. It’s a dream. Jacob Yi (Steven Yeun) has moved his family to a wide-open Arkansas plot to farm the land and, hopefully, release him and his wife from years of toil at poultry plants. He tills it not for the area’s typical crops but for vegetables common to Korean cooking that he believes will feed other Korean immigrants like himself. His mother-in-law (Youn Yuh-jung) also finds a gentle creek bed to grow minari, the leafy vegetable popular in Korea.