Oscars’ producer Steven Soderberg talks about its unappreciated ending

The Oscars 2021, gathers criticism about the injustice it did to Chadwick Boseman.

The twisty end to Oscars 2021, gathers criticism about the injustice it did to the deceased actor Chadwick Boseman.

The 93rd Academy Awards were presented on April 26, 2021, and the world’s most prestigious film award the Oscars were sorted out. There has been a huge uproar in the entertainment world ever since the ceremony. The ceremony stood out from its previous chapters because of how the best actor award was given out at the very end of the show instead of the best picture as how it was usually done. The fuss about the Oscars starts there.

The best actor award was planned very much ahead, according to the show’s producer Steven Soderberg. It was planned to be awarded for Chadwick Boseman the Black Panther fame deceased actor for his performance in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” and according to the plan to have ended with a quote by his widow, Simone Ledward Boseman. But in the last of the moments the authority thought it was best to redraft the list so that when it came to the end people did not loose their emotions that the year’s ceremony had come to a closure, or rather create a superficial twist to the plot by keeping them waiting for more announcements, said Mr. Soderberg.

The best actor award was given to Anthony Hopkins for his work in “The Father.”

The entertainment industry has ever since been rattling about this action being appropriate or not, an injustice to the actors memories.