The Golden Globes held their annual ceremony last weekend ¡ª but this year, it wasn’t televised and there were no celebrities in attendance. Despite worthy winners and surprising selections, no studio or Hollywood star seems to be using their win as momentum heading into the Oscar season. Will it matter?

The SAG Awards don’t have that problem. Their nominations were announced, yielding shocking inclusions like “House of Gucci” in the ensemble category, along with the snub of Kristen Stewart for “Spencer” in best actress. Can she still go all the way? Netflix’s “Squid Game” also made history, becoming the first foreign-language series nominated in TV ensemble.

The Coachella lineup has been announced with headliners Billie Eilish, Harry Styles and Kanye West. West’s involvement made different headlines as it was discovered that the rapper had been named a suspect in a battery report taken by the LAPD’s Newton Division.

ABC announced that there will be a host for the upcoming 94th Oscars, and the internet erupted with suggestions on who should emcee the premier Hollywood event. “The Take” hosts throw out a couple of suggestions.

Finally, we lost three legends last week — Oscar-winning titan Sidney Poitier, “Full House” star Bob Saget and music icon Ronnie Spector. We reflect on their legacy and impact.

Hosted by Variety chief correspondent Elizabeth Wagmeister and awards editor Clayton Davis, Variety‘s “The Take,” presented by Apple TV Plus, is a weekly series that will navigate the week’s top stories from entertainment, pop culture and media while providing expert analysis and exclusive insight on what’s buzzing in Hollywood. Filmed in Variety‘s state-of-the-art studio in Los Angeles, new episodes are released Fridays on Variety.com, YouTube and social media.

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