Although a good number of people are not happy with the decisions of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for 2020, Michelle Pfeiffer is highly thankful for getting a Golden Globe nomination.
As known, on February 3, the nominations were declared through social media channels; as soon as the nominees were announced, movie critics, filmmakers, and actors became sociable to criticize the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. As not one of them, Pfeiffer took to her Instagram account to celebrate receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
By sharing a photo of herself from the film, ‘French Exit,’ she expressed that she is honored to have been nominated for her performance in the said film, and also thanked Patrick deWitt, who is the writer of the book the story is based on:
“Thank you so much for this honor @goldenglobes! Frances Price began in the imagination of Patrick deWitt, first in his wonderful novel, and then his brilliant screenplay.”
The three-time Academy Award-nominated star then showed her gratitude for the “incredible cast and crew of” the film which had its world premiere at the New York Film Festival. She concluded her post by thanking the director, Azazel Jacobs:
“You were a dream to work with, and I’m marveled by all of you. And most of all, thank you to our fearless director @azazeljacobs. I’m so grateful to share this experience with you. ❤️”
The film, starring Lucas Hedges, Valerie Mahaffey, Susan Coyne, Imogen Poots and Danielle Macdonald, will be available to watch in the United States as of the date of February 12, 2021.