The Writers Guild of America has presented its 2019 awards. In the nomination "Best Original Screenplay" the award was given to the creator of the movie "Parasites" Bong Joon-ho, and in the nomination "Best Adapted Screenplay" the leader was Taika Waititi, the author of the movie "Jojo Rabbit".
The latter published on his The official Twiyyet page shows a photo of him with his South Korean counterpart. "The buddies who won the tail of a humpback whale calf," says Waititi's caption under the picture.
In the TV section, the best scripts were for the series Heirs (drama) and Barry (comedy). The Best Screenplay for a New Series went to the creators of the comic-based show "Keepers". Among the miniseries, the winners were "Chernobyl" (original script) and "Fossey / Verdon" (adapted script). In the animation section, "The Simpsons" were recognized as the best.
Recall that earlier Taika Waititi and Bong Joon-ho also received the British Film Academy Awards (BAFTA 2020) for the best screenplays for their movie projects.
The Topic of Article: Taika Waititi and Bong Joon-ho win major screenwriting awards.