Cruise won the Globe for Best Actor in a Leading Role for “Jerry Maguire” in 1997 and “Born July Fourth” in 1990, and the Best Supporting Actor Award for “Magnolia” in 2000.
NBC announced on Monday that the show will not air in 2022.
Prior to the network’s announcement, Scarlett Johansson issued a statement saying the entertainment community should take a step back from participating in events hosted by HFPA.
“As an actor promoting a film, one is expected to attend the awards season by attending press conferences and award shows,” he told Variety in a statement and confirmed to CNN. “In the past, this has often been the confrontation with the sexual questions and opinions of some HFPA members who have been the frontrunners for sexual harassment. This is the exact reason why I have refused to attend their conferences for many years. It was legalized by the likes of Harvey Weinstein, and the industry followed suit. I believe it’s time for us to step back from the HFPA and focus on the importance and focus if there are not the fundamental reforms needed within the organization. The strength of solidarity in our unions and the industry as a whole. “
CNN has approached the HFPA to comment.
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