Why Stephen King Feels It Was A ‘Very Difficult’ Year To Vote For The Oscars

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When it comes to his dealings in the film world, Stephen King doesn’t just frequently watch movies, write screenplays, and pen books that frequently get adapted; he is also has a voice in choosing the recipients of the industry’s highest honors. He is a member of the writing branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which means that every year he has the opportunity to cast a ballot for Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Original Screenplay. In this respect, King has fulfilled his duties this year, having made his picks for 2021 – but according to the author, it was a “very difficult” process because of what happened to the theatrical experience this past year.

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