The pandemic devastated movie theaters, canceled premieres, and shook up awards shows. Still, pockets of the industry didn't fare so badly.
Latinx culture and identity are complex. For "Selena" creator Moisés Zamora, it's a priority to create opportunities for "Latinxs of all races."
Only 6.3% of nominations went to Black creatives, while 2.6% went to Latinx people and 1.4% went to Asian people.
2020 should have seen at least a few billion-dollar movies after a record-breaking 2019, but we didn't wind up with a single movie crossing half a billion.
"I feel like I have literally nothing to lose," DiSparrow said when asked what it's like working as an actor during the pandemic.