The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gave out some well-deserved nods, but not without raising eyebrows. Here are some of the Oscar nominations making headlines.
The return of the Golden Globes to NBC featured Angela Bassett winning for her role in “Wakanda Forever” and “Abbott Elementary” taking home a number of awards.
The word "iconic" comes to mind.
"Are you kidding me?" the "Tonight Show" host asked the "Hustlers" star, who also impersonated Angela Bassett.
The actor has everyone thinking they're seeing double.
The novel was adapted into a classic 1995 film of the same title, starring Angela Bassett, Whitney Houston, Loretta Devine and Lela Rochon.
The actress received the Icon Award at the annual event honoring Black women and girls.
The actress and her husband, Courtney B. Vance, have a twin son and daughter.
“It’s three hours long, right?” the actress asked during an interview with "Entertainment Weekly Live."
Kacey Musgraves, Gemma Chan, Angela Basset and more rocked the look.