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Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg are your 76th Golden Globes hosts

Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg at the 2018 Emmy Awards After the controversial choice yesterday by the Academy to have comedian Kevin Hart host the Oscars, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association chimed in with the announcement of their hosts for the Golden Globes: Killing Eve‘s Sandra Oh and Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Andy Samberg.  Oh is a Supporting Actress Golden Globe winner …

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Golden Globes: 80 Films Eligible for Foreign Language Film

The last two years saw the Foreign Language Film Globe winner not nominated for the Oscar 80 films from 49 countries have qualified to be nominated by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) for the Foreign Language Film category at the 76th Golden Globe Awards.  The Golden Globes do things differently than the Oscars; primarily, they allow more than one …

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Golden Globes: Key dates announced for nominations and awards show

The key dates for the 76th Golden Globe Awards have been announced yet, amazingly, without a network to put them on. While NBC has aired the top awards convergence of film and television since 1993, other networks – including CBS and Fox – have submitted bids for the glitzy and glamorous Hollywood event. Viewership and ad dollars are definitely a …

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Golden Globes: Rule Changes for Limited Series, Acting and Foreign Language Film

Coming just a day after the Academy introduced some big changes for the upcoming Oscars, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, who puts on the annual Golden Globe Awards, announced a few adjustments and rule changes of their own. After being nominated in and winning multiple Golden Globes in the Limited Series/TV Movie categories, HBO’s Big Little Lies announced it would …

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‘Three Billboards’ Wins Golden Globe Best Picture, Actress, Supporting Actor, Screenplay

Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri came out on top as the Hollywood Foreign Press awarded the Fox Searchlight dark comedy its top awards, including Best Motion Picture – Drama, Actress, Supporting Actress and Screenplay.   The show began with host Seth Meyers skewering Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and the sexual harassment allegations that have awakened Hollywood’s explosive action …

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First Presenters Announced for the 2018 Golden Globes

Isabelle Huppert is set to return to the Golden Globe stage, this time as a presenter. Huppert won Best Actress – Drama last year for Elle and then was Oscar-nominated. Emma Stone went on to win the Academy Award. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who was a surprise winner in Supporting Actor here last year for Nocturnal Animals, will also be presenting. No …

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Golden Globe Nominations: The Shape of Water Charms, All the Money in the World Surprises with 3 Noms

Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy The Shape of Water romanced the Hollywood Foreign Press today, earning a field-best seven Golden Globe nominations from the group, including Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director and Best Actress – Drama for Sally Hawkins. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was right behind with six, making it a very good morning for Fox Searchlight (which …

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2018 Golden Globes Set Show Date

The 75th Golden Globes Awards will air on Sunday, January 7, 2018, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced today. The show will air live coast to coast on NBC. This year’s telecast, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, was up from the previous year (unlike the Oscars, which keep dipping) with 20M viewers and a 5.6 in the 18-49 demo. That was …

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What Meryl Streep and the Golden Globes Showed Us About the State of the Oscar Race

When Aaron Taylor-Johnson won Best Supporting Actor for Nocturnal Animals over the perceived front-runner Mahershala Ali (who has won nearly 30 critics awards for his role), it set in motion a series of surprises, broken records, and history-making wins at last night’s Golden Globe Awards. Taylor-Johnson’s nomination was already a shock on its own but to win? Historically, that puts …

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“La La” Lands historic sweep at Golden Globes as Huppert and Taylor-Johnson surprise

The Golden Globes managed to leave their mark on the awards race Sunday night, shaking up a number of races while also confirming a few frontrunners, including the current Best Picture frontrunner, who is now stronger than ever before. That frontrunner, the musical La La Land, swept the ceremony, winning all seven categories it was nominated in, including Director, Actress (Comedy/Musical), …

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