Oh, girl! Natalie Portman was on hand at tonight's Golden Globe Awards to present the award for Best Director -- and as a bonus, she called out Hollywood's systemic misogyny in the shadiest way she possibly could.
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"Here are the all-male nominees," said the Oscar winner without missing a beat. Ron Howard, her fellow presenter, laughed awkwardly as the audience -- and all the gays watching at home -- completely lost it.
The award went to Guillermo del Toro for The Shape of Water -- an undeniably incredible film. But in a year when women were undeniably centered at the Globes politically, it is a crime that none were recognized for their work behind the camera. Lady Bird won Best Comedy, how is it possible that director Greta Gerwig wasn't even nominated for Best Director. But as Oprah said in her glorious Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance speech, "a new day is on the horizon."