Here are the winners in key categories for the 92nd Academy Awards, which were handed out on Sunday in Hollywood.
South Korean film “Parasite” was the big winner of the night, taking home four prizes — for best picture, best director, best original screenplay and best international feature film.
Best picture: “Parasite”
Best director: Bong Joon-ho, “Parasite”
Best actor: Joaquin Phoenix, “Joker”
Best actress: Renee Zellweger, “Judy”
Best supporting actor: Brad Pitt, “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood”
Best supporting actress: Laura Dern, “Marriage Story”
Best international feature film: “Parasite” (South Korea)
Best animated feature: “Toy Story 4”
Best documentary feature: “American Factory”
Best original screenplay: “Parasite” – Bong Joon-ho, Han Jin-won
Best adapted screenplay: “Jojo Rabbit” – Taika Waititi
Best original score: “Joker” – Hildur Gudnadottir
Best original song: “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” from “Rocketman”
‘No Man Belongs to One Woman Alone’
While many people believe in the importance of faithfulness in relationships and often advise against cheating, it appears there are some who maintain that when it comes to men, monogamy is not an option.
One of such people is Onyi Odimegwu. The Nollywood actress stated in a recent post stated that no man belongs to one woman. In a post which she made a day before Valentine’s Day, she advised people not to send her cards, flowers or forwarded messages.
“Some people have started receiving Val gifts, Pls don’t send me flowers,cards or forwarded messages to avoid embarrassment atleaest Send G string if you don’t know what to send it’s better than Audio gift..”
“No man belong to one woman alone, you can’t be good enough for everyone but you will always be the best for the one who deserves you. Remove expectations from people and you’ll remove their power from hurting your feelings.”
RMD, MI, Broda Shaggi Featured as Bollywood, Nollywood Collaborate in ‘Namaste Wahala’
Nigerian fans of Indian romance can finally look forward to one that stars some of Nollywood’s finest acts.
Indian, Lagos based businesswoman, Hamisha Daryani Ahuja is set to release her directorial debut ‘Namaste Wahala’, a romantic comedy starring Nollywood actress, Ini Dima- Okoji and Bollywood film and TV actor Ruslaan Mumtaz.
Hamisa announced back in January via an Instagram post that she would be delving into film making while opening up about the upcoming feature film. She revealed that it was going to explore cultural experiences between India and Nigeria.
She shared “With nothing but passion for film, I embarked on a journey to make a feature film that is a melting pot of my cultural experiences between India and Nigeria. The moment I made this decision, I knew that It would require that I give it focused energy in faith, and watch it all manifest.”
According to the lead actress, Ini Dima- Okojie, filming for ‘Namaste Wahala’ has wrapped up which means it’ll be dazzling the big screens soon.
The new rom-com also stars Nollywood veterans Joke Silva and Richard Mofe-Damijo alongside Instagram sensation, Broda Shaggi and Rap music star, MI Abaga.
‘No Man Wants to Marry a Woman Who Can’t Cook’
Nigerian singer, Jaywon says no man would love to marry a woman who doesn’t know how to cook.
The music star made this known via his Instagram page on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. According to him, even though many men would love to employ cooks and housemaids to take care of their homes, a woman who can take care of the home is paramount.
“How many men can come out proudly and say my wife doesn’t know how to cook or take care of the house? A real hustler will provide for his family and even employ a maid and cook but Naaaaa we are Africans and not just African but proud YORUBA MAN (LOCAL ONE FOR THAT MATTER OO) My wife must sabi cook even if she no go cook all the time but must sabi……… DELETING,” he wrote.
Jaywon’s post is connected to the debate on men getting married to only women who can cook. This conversation rose after the General Overseer of the Redeem Christian Church of God, Pastor Adeboye tweeted about men getting married to only women who can cook.