Rosamund Pike has taken over the guardianship of the best actress Golden Globe for film, comedy or drama, for the ruthlessly comical I Care A Lot

“I bet I look like I’m very interested and that’s very important to me,” said a clearly enthusiastic pike

It was a tough field, which also included the newcomer Maria Bakalova, who was a breakout hit in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. In her acceptance speech, Pike greeted other candidates, especially Bakalova, “In my film I had to suffer from a sinking Floating the car I think I should have done that rather than being alone in a room with Rudy Guiliani “(We owe Bakalova’s tutar from Borat Subsequent Moviefilm for forcing Rudy Giuliani to publicly defend some uncomfortable hand movements while he tucked his shirt)

Pike plays Marla, a cheater with a lucrative appearance who does not get very clever judges to appoint their guardians for the elderly and steal all of her belongings, however, her plan fails with surprising results when she appears to be at one friendly old lady with strong connections, Jennifer Peterson (Dianne Wiest), tries

Deadline’s Pete Hammond pointed out the eerily timeliness of writer / director J Blakeson’s Netflix movie, which premiered on February 9, given the nearly year-long focus on the health of nursing and retirement homes during the recent pandemic Britney Spears and her Conservatory back in the news

Pike, who most recently pioneered Marie Curie on Marjane Satrapis Radioactive, has Globe nominations for David Fincher’s Gone Girl and Matthew Heineman’s A Private War. She featured her comedic work in Nick Hornby’s short form State of the Union

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