Culkin delivered the first blow during his speech at the 2024 Golden Globes, where jokingly told Pascal to “suck it” after winning best actor in a drama series
Prior to presenting the award for best supporting actor in a drama series, Pascal, 48, told the audience that wanted to take a moment to “make this about me.”
Pascal, who was nominated Monday for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for his role as Joel in HBO's The Last of Us, then brought up his injured shoulder — and jokingly suggested Culkin, 41, was behind it.
“I think tonight is a perfect time to tell everyone that Kieran Culkin beat the s--- out of me,” Pascal said as the camera panned over to the Succession star.
Culkin delivered the first playful blow during his acceptance speech at the 2024 Golden Globes on Jan. 7, where jokingly told Pascal to “suck it” after winning the award for best actor in a drama series category over the Last of Us star.
That same evening, Pascal told reporters that he "fell” and injured himself, but did not elaborate on the injury any further. “Be careful,” he added. “It can happen to anybody.”
Pascal poked fun at his injury the day after the Golden Globes, painting the word “OUCHY” across his nails and showing them off on his Instagram Story.
The actor has been praised for his performance in The Last of Us, a post-apocalyptic drama following the stand-in father figure on a mission to deliver a young girl named Ellie (Bella Ramsey) into the hands of scientists.
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