“The Film Was Not Overlooked:” Octavia Spencer Doesn’t Think “Selma” Was Snubbed By Oscars

January 26, 2015  |  
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From EurWeb

Despite the uproar over “Selma” supposedly being snubbed by the Academy for this year’s Oscars, Octavia Spencer believes differently.
During a sit-down interview with HipHollywood.com, the “Black or White” star weighed in on the situation, as she seemed to think folks may be overreacting with talk of “Selma” being completely overlooked.
“I don’t understand what that’s about. The film was not overlooked,” Spencer said. “It received a Best Picture and a Best Song nomination. It is what it is.”
“I’m thrilled for everyone that has received a nomination though, it’s hard to get: trust me,” the past Oscar winner added.

Read more about Octavia Spencer’s comments at EurWeb.com

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