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PGA Awards: Great Tribute to Tom Cruise and Everything Everywhere at Once Adds to Oscar

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PGA Awards: Great Tribute to Tom Cruise and Everything Everywhere at Once Adds to Oscar

Tom Cruise was honored for his nearly three decades of work as a producer, and All everywhere at the same time (Everything everywhere all at once) solidified its status as a favorite to win the Academy Award for Best Picture winning that top honor on Saturday at the Producers Guild Awards (PGA Awards).

“We love you! We love you,” Ke Huy Quan, one of the stars of the film and another Oscar nominee, joyfully shouted from the stage as Jonathan Wang and the other producers of the multiversal tragicomedy collected the award for Best Adapted Film for the theatre.

The award has proven to be perhaps the best indicator of which film will win the top accolade at the Oscars. Four of the last five and 11 of the last 14 PGA winners (the acronym for the union) later won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

A scene from "Everything Everywhere All At Once" nominated for an Oscar.  Photo Allyson Riggs/A24 Films/AP

A scene from “Everything Everywhere All At Once” nominated for an Oscar. Photo Allyson Riggs/A24 Films/AP

The triumphs of tail last year and nomadic land in 2021 at the PGA they placed them as favorites and were subsequently chosen as best picture at the Oscars.

The strong possibility that Everything Everywhere a great night at Sunday’s SAG Awards could further make it the movie to beat at the Academy Awards on March 12.

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Cruise created a sensation domestically and abroad with his presence at the show at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. His career as a producer, which began in 1996 with Mission Impossibleit earned him the prize David O. Selznick at the PGA, a lifetime achievement honor bestowed on Steven Spielberg, Kevin Feige, Mary Parent and Brian Grazer.

“All my life I’ve wanted to make movies,” said Cruise, dressed in a tuxedo and hair as long as he wore it Mission: Impossible 2.

Summit meeting: Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise.  AP Photo/ Willy Sanjuan

Summit meeting: Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise. AP Photo/ Willy Sanjuan

“I wanted to travel the world and have adventures,” she added.

Cruise spoke about his film debut in the tape Taps since 1981, when he was 18, and how producer Stanley Jaffe gave him access to every part of the process.

“I was sure it was something I wanted to do for the rest of my life,” he said.

More awards

Other PGA award winning films included Navalnywhich won in the best documentary category; Pinocchio the Mexican Guillermo del Toro, for the best animated film, and untilwhich won the Stanley Kramer Award, which honors a production or producer who raises awareness of important social issues.

In PGA television categories, The bear won for Best Comedy; The White Lotus won Best Drama Series; Lizzo watches out for big Grrrls won the award for Best Reality or Competition Series; Stanley Tucci: Looking for Italy won for non-fiction series.

Right away, The abandonment was awarded best limited series and Weird: The Al Yankovic Story won the award for best film made for television.

A loving encounter between Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Cruise.  AP Photo/Willy Sanjuan/Invision

A loving encounter between Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Cruise. AP Photo/Willy Sanjuan/Invision

Mindy Kaling received the Norman Lear Award for Achievement in Television for her production work on shows including The Mindy Project, The Sex Lives of College Girls, Never Have I Ever, Velma AND The office.

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Source: Clarin

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