It’s Hard To Be Mad At Kenneth Branagh Winning An Oscar

Kenneth Branagh received his first Oscar nomination 32 years ago for 1989’s “Henry V,” and the actor-director has finally won his first Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for his latest film, “Belfast.”Although “Belfast” was a surprising win — keeping in mind that the other contenders in the category included “King Richard,” “Licorice Pizza,” “Don’t Look Up,” and “The Worst Person in the World” — it is hard to be angry/disappointed about this win, considering how well-deserved it is within the context of Branagh’s expansive, sweeping career.

Branagh accepted the award while expressing his love for the “amazing city” of Belfast, where he spent his…The post It’s Hard to Be Mad at Kenneth Branagh Winning an Oscar appeared first on /Film.

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