The actors kick-started a faux feud at the Golden Globes
Both Pascal and Culkin were up for outstanding lead actor in a drama series, with Culkin edging out the field for his portrayal of Succession's Roman Roy. Later, when Pascal took the stage to present a different award, he made sure to shout-out his fellow nominee.
Prior to presenting the award for best supporting actor in a drama series, the 48-year-old Chilean actor told the audience that wanted to take a moment to “make this about me.”
He then brought up his injured shoulder — and jokingly suggested Culkin 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, 41, staring back without a hint of a smile.
The playful back-and-forth started at last week’s Golden Globes.
Both Pascal and Culkin were again vying for the same award, best actor in a drama series, and when Culkin won, he quipped at his fellow nominee, "Suck it, Pedro. Mine!" The camera then cut to Pascal laughing in the audience.
The Last of Us actor’s rebuttal at the Emmys, then, both addressed his injured shoulder — he initially told reporters he “fell” but did not elaborate any further — and offered him a chance to get back at Culkin, who started the supposed beef.
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Pascal’s Instagram post on Tuesday also featured a photo of him with his costar Bella Ramsey and several photos with his sister Lux Pascal, whom he took as his date to the awards show. “She can paint the daytime black,” he wrote in the caption of the post, referring to his sister, who wore a black Oscar de la Renta gown with a high neck and a low back.
He also shared a photo with Evan Peters, who was also nominated on Monday night. In the selfie, Peters, 36, was talking on the phone and gave the camera a deadpan look while Pascal made a squinty-eyed face and wore a slight smirk on his lips.
The American Horror Story star was up for outstanding lead actor in a limited or anthology series or movie for Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. The Netflix series, for which he was an executive producer, was also nominated for outstanding limited or anthology series.
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