Here is a full listing of award winners from the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Please feel free to leave your thoughts below.
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The nominations for the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards were announced this morning, with announcements by Blair Underwood, Josh Duhamel, and Katie Holmes. The Social Network, The King’s Speech and The Fighter scored a handful of nods each. But where’s True Grit, which came up with nothing? If nothing else, walk away from this nomination list with the knowledge that The Fighter is a far stronger awards contender than anyone credited it with being just a couple weeks ago. The full list is after the break. Read More »
One-Hour Discussion With Oscar Writing Contenders Aaron Sorkin, Simon Beaufoy, Michael Arndt, and More
Posted on Thursday, November 11th, 2010 by Peter Sciretta
The Hollywood Reporter has posted their one hour long discussion between 2010 Oscar contenders Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network), Simon Beaufoy (127 Hours), Michael Arndt (Toy Story 3), John Wells (The Company Men), Todd Phillips (Due Date) and David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole).
Wait a second, is Due Date really an Awards contender? I guess maybe for the Golden Globes Best Comedy/Musical category, but Phillips does seem like the odd man out in this list of screenwriters (and this is not a slam against Todd, I enjoy his movies). Seems like The Coen Brothers (True Grit), David Seidler (The King’s Speach) or Alex Garland (Never Let Me Go) might have been better choices considering the award-focus.
I’m always excited to watch THR’s series of discussions each year, but they usually only post the more interesting clips and not the entire chat. But this year they decided to post the entire thing. Hit the jump to watch the entire hour and seven minute-long discussion.
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Posted on Monday, January 18th, 2010 by Russ Fischer
In our coverage of last night’s Golden Gobes award ceremony, Peter highlighted the fantastic montage of scenes from films by Martin Scorsese that was assembled to commemorate his reception of the Cecil B. DeMille award. Now we’ve got video of the montage, and of the director’s acceptance speech, after the break. Read More »
After the jump you can find the entire list of winners from the 2010 Golden Globe Awards, along with a few brief thoughts from myself, which were recorded as the awards were announced. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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BoDog has announced the Vegas betting odds for the Academy Awards and Golden Globes. Check them out after the jump.
One of the few things that can get Justin Timberlake in front of a camera before dawn is a group with, er, enormous power: the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Timberlake, John Krasinski and Diane Kruger joined the president of the HFPA this morning to announced the nominations for the 67th Golden Globes.
Because the HFPA nominates work split into dramatic and comedy/musical categories, the nods are often spread out over a fairly wide group of films. That’s mostly the case this year, though a few films in particular got more love than others: Up in the Air and Nine lead the pack in terms of raw nominations (six and five each, respectively) while Inglourious Basterds and Avatar both got four nominations. Read the entire list after the break. Read More »
Our friends at FirstShowing noticed something funny while browsing the Hollywood trade newspaper Variety tonight: an advertisement, seemingly aimed at Academy voters, for the Todd Phillips comedy The Hangover, with the text “For Your Consideration: All Categories” followed by larger and more glitzy Vegas-like text that reads “Best Picture”.
This is the first year that the Academy will nominate ten movies for best picture, double that of previous years. Does Warner Bros actually believe they could get The Hangover a Best Picture nomination? Not likely…