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Golden Globes Announce 2017 Awards Date and New Rules

The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards are officially set for Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017. There is no host currently set. While the new or updated rules might not seem that new, it’s clear they are meant to underline an attempt to subvert some of the more controversial decisions the HFPA has made. Most recently, the kerfuffle over The Martian being …

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2016 Golden Globe WINNERS (Film) – The Revenant, The Martian Win Big

    In one of the most shock-filled Golden Globe ceremonies in recent memory, The Revenant and The Martian won big, taking home wins for Best Picture and Best Actor in the Drama and Comedy categories respectively, and with The Revenant taking home Best Director in a surprise win. The wins for The Revenant mark the movie’s first big wins in this year’s awards race, which until …

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2015-2016 Awards Tally: Who’s Won What?

  Here’s who’s won the critics and industry awards so far this season, leading up to the big one – The Oscars. After dominating the critics awards, Mad Max: Fury Road and Spotlight took a back seat to The Big Short, which won the Producers Guild of America award, the most surefire precursor to the Best Picture Oscar. But then, …

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2015/2016 ‘Who Got What’ List: SAG, Golden Globe, BFCA & BAFTA

  It’s time for the annual Who Got What? list of performances that hit the major precursors: Screen Actors Guild (SAG), Golden Globe, BFCA and BAFTA. Inevitably, one or more of these folks that hit even all four is likely to miss out on an Oscar nomination in favor of a late-breaking performance with momentum or possibly voter fatigue. Last …

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2016 Oscars: SAG/GG Post-Mortem and Michael Shannon?

  With the two major critics groups (LAFCA and NYFCC), the National Board of Review (NBR), Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and now The Golden Globes having had their say on winners and nominees for 2015 films it’s time to where things are. I’ll do another post-mortem once the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA), National Society of Film Critics (NSFC) and …

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Denzel Washington to receive Cecil B. DeMille Award at Golden Globes

Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actor Denzel Washington is slated to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2016 Golden Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press announced Monday. “Washington’s long and storied career is earmarked by his countless roles in front and behind the camera. It is the HFPA’s privilege to honor his contributions to the entertainment industry with the Cecil …

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‘Beasts’ Gets a Boost from the Golden Globes New Rules

The Hollywood Foreign Press is at it again. The organization that runs the Golden Globes has released another batch of new rules that will affect both television and film nominations at their upcoming awards. Some are clarifications of previous bylaws while others are new. On the film side, the HFPA announced that a film that is released day and date …

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Golden Globe Awards: ‘Boyhood,’ Best Drama; Budapest is Best Comedy

MOTION PICTURE Best Motion Picture (Drama) Boyhood Best Motion Picture (Comedy/Musical) The Grand Budapest Hotel Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama) Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture (Comedy/Musical) Michael Keaton, Birdman Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama) Julianne Moore, Still Alice Best Performance …

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Golden Globe Nominations – MOTION PICTURE: Unbroken and American Sniper Not Invited to the Party

The nominations for the 72nd annual Golden Globes were announced this morning with Fox Searchlight‘s Birdman earning a field-best 7 nominations. There were similarities but also some stark contrast to yesterday’s Screen Actors Guild nominees. A favorite of the Golden Globes, Angelina Jolie, wound up completely snubbed in the Drama categories for her 2nd directorial effort, Unbroken, as well as for …

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