Marcia Homosexual Harden Doubts She’d Ever Win An Oscar Immediately

Marcia Homosexual Harden will endlessly be launched as “Oscar winner Marcia Homosexual Harden.” She took dwelling the Greatest Supporting Actress Academy Award for her function within the 2000 movie “Pollock” ― and she or he nonetheless pinches herself as we speak fascinated with successful for her function within the film about painter Jackson Pollock.

“I wasn’t nominated for a Golden Globe. I wasn’t nominated for a SAG,” she advised HuffPost at Construct Sequence in New York as she mentioned the movie, which co-starred Ed Harris and Jennifer Connelly. “I used to be nominated for an Academy and I gained. And so, I look again and I’m like, ‘Wow, that occurred to you. You had been so fortunate. You had been so blessed. That occurred to you.’”

Marcia Gay Harden won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as Lee Krasner in 2000's "Pollock."



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Marcia Homosexual Harden gained the Greatest Supporting Actress Oscar for her function as Lee Krasner in 2000’s “Pollock.”

Harden admits that she doesn’t suppose that may occur in 2019, given how the Hollywood panorama has modified.

“Immediately, I don’t know that may occur to me,” she mentioned. “It appears to me, it’s like a unique world. It appears astonishing that it did. And fantastic that it did.”

Harden stars in a new film on Lifetime, "Love You to Death."



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Harden stars in a brand new movie on Lifetime, “Love You to Dying.”

Following her win for “Pollock,” Harden acquired one other Oscar nomination for her function as Celeste Samarco Boyle in 2003′s “Mystic River.” 

Though she didn’t win that 12 months (the award went to Renee Zellweger for “Chilly Mountain”), she nonetheless has a particular place in her coronary heart for the Clint Eastwood-directed film.

“It’s an exquisite movie. Within the movie, each good and ethical resolution will get somebody damage … I feel that was one thing that Clint Eastwood was investigating within the film,” she mentioned. “What’s the ethical proper? And who do you go to?”

Harden, 59, doesn’t have a scarcity of tasks on her plate lately. She will be seen within the new Lifetime film “Love You to Dying,” and can quickly seem in a remake of “Level Clean” on Netflix, alongside Anthony Mackie.

“I’m a single, working mother with three youngsters to help. And what I do is figure. I’m not tremendous choosy. I was extra choosy,” she mentioned. “What I do need is one thing that may be illuminating concerning the character.”

There may be one kind of function, although, that Harden would nonetheless prefer to tackle.

“I like interval movies. I like “Sport of Thrones-y” issues. I feel it’s incredible to be in all of the garb of the time,” she mentioned. “That’s one thing I might like to do.”

As for the place she retains her Academy Award?

“It’s truly on a bookshelf at dwelling with all the youngsters’ trophies from basketball and soccer. It’s proper there with all of the household trophies!”