One of the highlights of Sunday night's Oscars telecast was the grateful, and very funny, acceptance speech given by Best Supporting Actress winner Yuh-Jung Youn. Not only did the 73-year-old Minari star thank her sons "for making mom work," but she also threw some admiring glances at presenter and Minari co-producer Brad Pitt. Backstage,... Read More.
The 93rd Academy Awards continued its streak of history-making moments by awarding the statuette for Best Supporting Actress to Yuh-Jung Youn, who starred as the feisty yet hilarious grandmother in Minari. Youn, 73, is the first actress of Korean descent to win the award and reacted... Read More.