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Don Cheadle HILARIOUSLY reacts to Emmy nomination for 98-second Falcon And The Winter Soldier scene


Don Cheadle HILARIOUSLY reacts to Emmy nomination for 98-second scene in Falcon And The Winter Soldier… and Twitter goes wild: ‘I don’t really get it either’

Don Cheadle poked fun at the Primetime Emmy nomination he received from a 98-second scene in Falcon And The Winter Soldier.

 The 56-year-old actor was recognized in the outstanding guest actor in a drama series category for his brief work reprising his role as Colonel James Rupert ‘Rhodey’ Rhodes AKA War Machine in episode one of the Disney+ series.

Shortly after learning of the nod, Cheadle took to Twitter to hilariously post: ‘thanks, well wishers. sorry, haters. agreed, [shrugging emoji]ers. i don’t really get it either. buuuuuuuuuut on we go…’

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Making every second count! Don Cheadle poked fun at the Primetime Emmy nomination he received from a 98-second scene in Falcon And The Winter Soldier

Shortly after learning of the nod, the 56-year-old actor took to Twitter to hilariously post: 'thanks, well wishers. sorry, haters. agreed, [shrugging emoji]ers. i don’t really get it either. buuuuuuuuuut on we go…'

Shortly after learning of the nod, the 56-year-old actor took to Twitter to hilariously post: ‘thanks, well wishers. sorry, haters. agreed, [shrugging emoji]ers. i don’t really get it either. buuuuuuuuuut on we go…’

Twitter erupted with excited reactions to Cheadle’s 11th Emmy nomination including one who wrote: ‘Don Cheadle was in tfatws for like a minute and he got nominated for an emmy. king things.’ 

Another said: ‘don cheadle being the only actor nominated for tfatws with two seconds of screentime is a power move.’ 

He starred in the scene opposite leading man Anthony Mackie who plays Sam Wilson AKA Falcon AKA Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but did not receive a nomination. 

Squad goals: He starred in the scene opposite leading man Anthony Mackie who plays Sam Wilson AKA Falcon AKA Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but did not receive a nomination

Squad goals: He starred in the scene opposite leading man Anthony Mackie who plays Sam Wilson AKA Falcon AKA Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but did not receive a nomination

'King things': Twitter erupted with excited reactions to Cheadle's 11th Emmy nomination

‘King things’: Twitter erupted with excited reactions to Cheadle’s 11th Emmy nomination

As Sebastian Stan stars as Bucky Barnes AKA Winter Soldier also didn’t receive a nod either despite a leading role, some were quick to point out how the two stars of the show were left with nothing.

A Twitter user wrote: ‘Don Cheadle getting an Emmy nom for Falcon and the Winter Soldier while Mackie and Sebastian got nothing has me screaming.’ 

Carl Lumbly, 69, starred as African-American Korean War veteran and super soldier imprisoned for 30 years, Isiah Bradley, over a few episodes and many fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series were not pleased that his riveting performance was overlooked.

Dynamic duo: As Sebastian Stan stars as Bucky Barnes AKA Winter Soldier also didn't receive a nod either despite a leading role, some were quick to point out how the two stars of the show were left with nothing

Dynamic duo: As Sebastian Stan stars as Bucky Barnes AKA Winter Soldier also didn’t receive a nod either despite a leading role, some were quick to point out how the two stars of the show were left with nothing

A Twitter user wrote: 'Don Cheadle getting an Emmy nom for Falcon and the Winter Soldier while Mackie and Sebastian got nothing has me screaming'

A Twitter user wrote: ‘Don Cheadle getting an Emmy nom for Falcon and the Winter Soldier while Mackie and Sebastian got nothing has me screaming’

Icon: Carl Lumbly, 69, starred as African-American Korean War veteran and super soldier imprisoned for 30 years, Isiah Bradley, over a few episodes and many fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series were not pleased that his riveting performance was overlooked

Icon: Carl Lumbly, 69, starred as African-American Korean War veteran and super soldier imprisoned for 30 years, Isiah Bradley, over a few episodes and many fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series were not pleased that his riveting performance was overlooked

Taking a stand: One user wrote: 'I love Don Cheadle, but if anyone deserved the guest actor nom for #TheFalconandtheWinterSoldier it was Carl Lumbly. Period'

Taking a stand: One user wrote: ‘I love Don Cheadle, but if anyone deserved the guest actor nom for #TheFalconandtheWinterSoldier it was Carl Lumbly. Period’

Miscellaneous: Marvel Cinematic Universe fans had plenty to say about the nomination

Miscellaneous: Marvel Cinematic Universe fans had plenty to say about the nomination

One user wrote: ‘I love Don Cheadle, but if anyone deserved the guest actor nom for #TheFalconandtheWinterSoldier it was Carl Lumbly. Period.’   

Another said: ‘Carl Lumbly was snubbed for Falcon and the Winter Soldier it was truly one of the best performances of the year [flower emoji]’ 

Cheadle has starred as Rhodes/War Machine since 2010’s Iron Man 2 and reprised the role over 7 films in the MCU before his short stint on Falcon And The Winter Soldier.

Perhaps his less than two minute appearance could be his first win at the event as he has been nominated ten times previously including for his work on ER, House Of Lies, and most recently Black Monday.

Catching up to Susan Lucci: Perhaps Cheadle's (seen in Valencia, California in June) less than two minute appearance could be his first win at the event as he has been nominated ten times previously including for his work on ER, House Of Lies, and most recently Black Monday

Catching up to Susan Lucci: Perhaps Cheadle’s (seen in Valencia, California in June) less than two minute appearance could be his first win at the event as he has been nominated ten times previously including for his work on ER, House Of Lies, and most recently Black Monday

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