Daniel Kaluuya Reflects on ‘Judas’ Lessons as Golden Globes Press Room Starts Rough

We knew the 2021 Golden Globes would be a night like no other — and that includes the time-honored tradition of the winners press conference.Usually situated in the cushy back ballrooms of the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, where dressed up journalists toss back free diet coke and pasta salad while mingling with publicists and talent, the coronavirus pandemic forced the event to Zoom.Journalists from around the globe brought their best virtual backgrounds for the night’s first big winner Daniel Kaluuya, who took best supporting actor in a motion picture for “Judas and the Black Messiah.”The press conference setting in the winners room at the Globes is far more unpredictable than the event’s hurried and polite red carpet, and usually allows for spontaneity.

This year, the Hollywood Foreign Press asked journalists to submit questions for consideration ahead of each winner appearance.Kaluuya, whose on-air acceptance speech was plagued with technical difficulties,

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