Emma D’Arcy: Golden Globe nomination implies a larger space for transgender people

Emma D’Arcy said their Golden Globe nomination “implies that the space for transgender and gender nonconforming people is getting bigger and bigger.”

‘Arcy, who was nominated for best television actress at the 80th annual ceremony, said attending the 80th annual ceremony was “bizarre” but they felt “honored” attend”.

Hollywood stars big and small flocked to the Beverley Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on Tuesday night for the event.

Last year’s show was turned into a “private event” by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) at the last minute after being heavily criticized for its lack of black members.

The organization later announced it would revise its regulations and make changes related to ethics and inclusion.

D’Arcy earned her first Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Actress – Drama Series for her role as Rhaenyra Targaryen on HBO’s hit series House Of The Dragon.

“I mean, it’s kind of surreal, isn’t it?” they say, talk to E! on the red carpet of the event.

“Because when I first started, I really felt that I had to pretend to be a woman to find success in this industry… it wasn’t sustainable, and I stopped pretending.

“Strangely, it was the time when I was nominated for that dress at the Golden Globes, which is like a beautiful irony.”


Olivia Colman is among the nominations for Best Actress in a Motion Picture: Drama, for her role in Empire Of Light (Yui Mok/PA).

They continued: “I think the most important thing is that for me, that means the space for transgender and gender nonconforming people is just getting bigger and bigger.

So I feel, like, very honored.

The 80th annual ceremony was chaired by American comedian Jerrod Carmichael.

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The blockbusters Avatar: The Way Of Water and Top Gun: Maverick lead the best picture: drama category, along with Elvis, The Fabelmans and Tar.

Nominations for best film: musical or comedy include The Banshees Of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery and Triangle Of Sadness.

The son of Banshees star Brendan Gleeson, Domhnall Gleeson, says his family’s dinner table is “an interesting place” as he exchanges insights about his work with his parents.

Talking to E! on the red carpet event about whether the family “criticizes” each other’s work, he said: “Criticism can be a bit harsh.

“No, it’s a very supportive and very artistic family and my mom has nothing to do with the industry but she has incredible insight into everything.

“So yes, the dinner table is an interesting place, and yes, we are all open with each other about our work.”

Brendan Gleeson was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his performance in the film by Irish-British director Martin McDonagh.

Elsewhere, some big British names, including Dame Emma Thompson, Olivia Colman, Bill Nighy and Daniel Craig, received the top picks of the nominations announced last month.

A host of celebrities were billed for awards throughout the evening including Letitia Wright, Jennifer Hudson, Salma Hayek, Hilary Swank and Ana De Armas.

Last year, following criticism from the HFPA, the awards were announced via periodic updates from the Golden Globes website and official social media accounts, after the US network NBC refused to air the show. submit.

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