Publicado: Lun, Febrero 11, 2019
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BAFTA suspends Bryan Singer nomination post allegations

BAFTA suspends Bryan Singer nomination post allegations

Yorgos Lanthimos' film received 12 nominations for the United Kingdom equivalent of the Oscars, including best film, best director and best actress, for Olivia Colman.

BAFTA said the film was still nominated in the Outstanding British Film category and that "the other individuals named as candidates in respect of the film remain nominees". Singer has denied the accusations. This has led to Mr Singer's suspended nomination.

"BAFTA notes Mr Singer's denial of the allegations". BAFTA said the suspension would remain in place while these allegations are resolved.

Singer did not direct all of the film after disputes about his absences from the set. However, in December 2017, it was reported that the production had been halted as Singer had gone AWOL.

At the time, Twentieth Century Fox said filming had been temporarily halted in its last weeks "due to the unexpected unavailability of Bryan Singer", according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Bryan was sacked from the film three weeks before production wrapped up, as a source told BBC that his departure was allegedly due to "unreliable behaviour". Singer has denied those claims as well, calling the article a "homophobic smear piece" that was "conveniently timed" to take advantage of Bohemian Rhapsody's success.

The winners will be announced February 10 at a ceremony in London hosted by Absolutely Fabulous star Joanna Lumley.

Rami Malek, who played Freddie Mercury, was previously seen as a likely Bafta best actor victor (and possible Oscar champ).

"Singer's response to The Atlantic story wrongfully used "homophobia" to deflect from sexual assault allegations and GLAAD urges the media and the industry at large to not gloss over the fact that survivors of sexual assault should be put first".

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