Adam Sandler’s Reaction to Missing Out On Oscar Nomination 2020
While people are generally liking Adam Sandler’s latest movie Uncut Gems, perhaps someone in Oscars doesn’t. The 92nd Academy Awards are going to happen after snubbing Sandler’s greatest performance ever. Oscar nominations for 2020 are out now, but Sandler is not sad about it at all.
Adam Sandler Says It Is A Bad News For His Movie
Who else can make their Oscar 2020 nomination snub funnier than the way Adam Sandler did. Issa Rae alongside John Cho read the nominations of the academy awards. Unfortunately, Sandler’s name was nowhere seen in the categories. The movie Uncut Gems is probably his greatest performance and still, he did not get a nod for the nominations.
Perhaps all is well and okay for the man behind Howard Ratner from the movie. While Sandler acknowledged that it was a “bad news” that he could not make it, he also focussed on positives. He congratulated others who got in the lists, especially Kathy Bates. Calling her Mama, the actress is present in the nominations for best-supporting actress for her performance in Richard Jewell. She also starred in Sandler’s 1998 hit movie The Waterboy. Adam may not get the award, but he will be hoping that she gets it. Here is the post:
Bad news: Sandman gets no love from the Academy.
Good news: Sandman can stop wearing suits.
Congrats to all my friends who got nominated, especially Mama. pic.twitter.com/o1Ep3E7GRB
— Adam Sandler (@AdamSandler) January 13, 2020
Kathy still remembers the moments she shared with Adam Sandler. She had the sweetest and a very consoling reply to him:
“I love you my Bobby Boucher!!! You was robbed!! But Mama loves you!!! I learned a new urban slang word for you! You da GOAT!! Not the one we eat at home, Son.”
For Adam, he seems to be quite relieved about how everything turned out for him (or did not). “Sandman can stop wearing suits”, he said in his post. E! News reports that the star has attended a lot of red carpet events in the past in order to promote his latest movie. He was also honored at the National Board of Review Annual Awards Gala where he got the Best Actor award.
Oh well Sandman, better luck next time!