By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 14 Dec, 2022
Tom Cruise did not get a Golden Globe nomination for his acting in Top Gun: Maverick, which was nominated in the best drama category.
The snub comes after the actor returned to his three Golden Globes statues in 2021 amid controversy near the show’s governing body, Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
The HFPA came under light after an L.A. Times report said that the organization counted zero Black journalists among its then-87 members.
Many actors and companies called for organizational changes at the time, including Netflix, Amazon Studios, and Mark Ruffalo.
Tom Cruise won the best actor award in 1990 for Born on the Fourth of July, in 1997 for Jerry Maguire, and the best supporting actor award in 2000 for Magnolia.
Maverick has had an amazing year, with a 96% rating on review feedreader Rotten Tomatoes and over $1.4 billion at the overseas box office.
It is contemplating an early favorite for best movie at the Academy Awards, among other categories.
A year after the premiere, the Golden Globes returned to NBC on Jan. 10, with Jerrod Carmichael working as a host.
Dick Clark Prods produce the Golden Globes. and Jesse Collins Entertainment in alliance with the HFPA.
PME Holdings own the Hollywood Reporter, LLC, a joint venture with Penske Media Corporation and Eldridge, the latter of which owns HFPA.
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