French-Canadian actor Simon Pegg has been nominated for the best actor award at this year’s Oscars for his performance in the Oscar-nominated “Hatofull Boyfriend”.
Pegg is nominated for his role in the film, which was nominated for best foreign language film at the Oscars on Monday.
He won for his portrayal of the relationship between former rugby league star Jake Gyllenhaal and his wife, Emma Stone.
“I’ve been told this is the first time in the Oscars that I have been nominated,” Pegg told Al Jazeera.
“That’s an incredible honour.
I’m very honoured.”
“Hateful people have been attacking me for years,” he said.
“They’ve been trying to make me feel guilty.
It’s something that I’ve struggled with my whole life, so I think it’s important for me to recognise it.”
Pegg was nominated in the lead role for his work in the “Haters” film.
He told Aljazeera that he’s had people call him racist and homophobic in the past, adding: “I don’t think people should be treated that way.
I don’t agree with it.”
Aljaby says that Pegg’s performance in “Hater” will go down as a classic in his career.
“The first time I saw it I was so blown away by the way it felt, it felt so natural, it was like I was seeing myself in the character,” he told AlJazeera.
‘Hater’ has already made more than $8m at the box office, but Pegg said it was important that it not become a “black mark” on his career and his career in film. “
And it’s a film that will be very relevant for our times, and I think people are going to look at it, and it’s going to be a huge impact on the future of film and on film-making in general.”
‘Hater’ has already made more than $8m at the box office, but Pegg said it was important that it not become a “black mark” on his career and his career in film.
“It’s important that people see it as a film about friendship and love, and that people should not be treated as though they’re racist or homophobic because of their gender or sexuality,” he explained.
“You know, it’s not a movie for every person.
It feels so real. “
For some people it will be a black mark, but for me it’s so much more personal.
They’re like, ‘It’s so real, and the world is so real.’ “
When I’m on the set, I get to meet my actors, I talk to the cast and crew, and sometimes I go up to the set with them and they feel the same way.
And so important that I do it. “
It makes me so happy to be part of something that is so positive.
“But it’s time that we realise that we need to move beyond it, that we have to move forward, that people can have a relationship with each other.” “
“The film is not a perfect movie. “
But it’s time that we realise that we need to move beyond it, that we have to move forward, that people can have a relationship with each other.”
“The film is not a perfect movie.
“We are all one. “
We are all human, so all people need to come to terms with that. “
We are all one.
We are all human, so all people need to come to terms with that.
And that’s a very important message to send to the world.”
The film also stars Meryl Streep and John Lithgow.
Watch a trailer for “Hator” below: