On Sunday, the actress, 20, turns to publish A series of photos on her personal Instagram account along with the caption “You’ve had a good quarter.” In the comments section, one user wrote: “I can’t wait to see what you’ll wear on Oscar night.” Ziegler responded directly to that person, writing, “I’m not invited to that in my sweatpants and flannels my friend.”
The 94th Academy Awards are set to take place on March 27, with Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes as hosts.
Each candidate and applicant is presented with a pair of tickets. Other tickets come from the allotment given to each studio, although the Academy often does not find additional tickets for VIPs who want to attend.
Ziegler explained, noting that she tried to get a ticket and share how proud she was of the project. “I all thought, I’ve tried everything but it just doesn’t seem to happen :”) I’m going to root the West Side story of my couch and be proud of the work we’ve done so tirelessly 3 years ago. “
Steven Spielberg West side story Compete for the best photo in a category that includes dog power And the kuda. The film received six other nominations including Best Director and Best Supporting Actress for Ariana Debus. While Ziegler was not nominated for an Academy Award, she did win a Golden Globe for her performance as Maria.
Zegler, who is currently shooting Mark Webb snow White In London for Disney – the same studio that distributed West side story She continued, “I hope a miracle happens at the last minute and I can celebrate our movie in person but hey, that’s how it goes sometimes, I guess.”
Referring to the many comments expressing astonishment, Ziegler went on to write on the topic: “Thank you for all the shock and outrage – I’m disappointed too. But no problem. Very proud of our movie.”
The Hollywood Reporter She reached out to a representative of Ziegler, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and Disney.
Below, a Twitter user took a screenshot of Zegler’s Instagram comment in response to her claim that she was not invited to the Oscars.
Wait what?! How the hell Tweet embed Not invited to # oscar? 😒😒
For the first time ever, 2021 has seen so many great Latino-led films, and this is an opportunity to feature our staff at award shows. I wish
@academy Makes that right! pic.twitter.com/KwbRA2ZrFN
– Vanessa (@prlatina44) March 20 2022
On Sunday afternoon, Ziegler took to Twitter to thank her fans for the support and to clarify her understanding that “a lot of work” goes into film productions and award shows.
She wrote: “Oh my gosh guys!! I appreciate all the support, I really appreciate it. We live in such unprecedented times and a lot of work goes into behind the scenes to make the magic of the movie happen. It applies to film productions (like the one that I’m so lucky to be shooting Currently in London)…”
In a follow-up tweet, Ziegler ended her sentence: “…and the awards show alike. Let’s all respect the process and I’ll take out my x R phone.”
…and trophies appear both. Let’s all respect the process and I’ll take out my phone x R.
– Rachel Zeigler (she/her/her) (@rachelzegler) March 20 2022
One day at a time Take part in the show and with my love Creator Gloria Calderon-Kellett tweeted in response:
Oh @ABCNetwork You have ported your ONE Latine to Hulu and @academy He claims to want to embrace diversity. How about the rare time that a film of Latino people is nominated for an OSCAR Award that you invite to lead. Latinos are 18.5% from this country. Enough! pic.twitter.com/FBbi8R4QQm
Gloria Calderon Kellett (everythingloria) March 20 2022
2:53 pm: Updated with follow-up to Ziegler’s tweets.
4:10 pm: Update with Gloria Calderon-Kellett’s tweet.
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