Golden Globes

George Clooney to Be 2014’s Cecil B. DeMille Recipient

George Clooney, the benevolent King of Hollywood and soon-to-be-removed from Most Eligible Bachelor’s lists, will receive the Cecil B.… Read More

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Homophobic Golden Globes Speeches Prove We Need More LGBT Actors Playing LGBT Roles

The Golden Globes, America’s drunkest awards show, delivered on all fronts last night. Between the Farrows tweeting about Woody Allen, Reese Witherspoon describing 12 Years a Slave as a Best Picture candidate, or E!’s red carpet “fun fact” about Michael J. Fox’s Parkinson’s diagnosis, there was plenty to be annoyed about. But it was the acceptance speeches that were probably the most memorably awkward and, to be honest, slightly offensive. … Read More

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Exclusive Supercut: Just the Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Parts From the 2014 Golden Globes

Last night’s Golden Globes gave us a lot to talk about today, from befuddling acceptance speeches (and hey, a big thanks to “my team” for supporting me while I wrote this post) to the man-vs.-artist arguments we should’ve expected from a Woody Allen tribute to the last minute trophy for 12 Years A Slave that saved the evening from being an almost total whitewash. But for just a moment, let’s put all that aside to appreciate the least surprising and least controversial statement we can make about the evening: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler crushed it, again. The show’s producers certainly didn’t make quite enough use of their very funny hosts (I clocked one half-hour stretch in the third hour when we heard from neither of them), but when they were there, they were firing on all cylinders, so (in what is becoming an annual tradition) we’ve condensed their portions of the show into one short, easy video presentation. You’re welcome! … Read More

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The 15 Golden Globes 2014 Moments Everyone Is Talking About

In case you were asleep or watching Girls, Downton Abbey, True Detective, or any of the television offerings last night that did not involve increasingly drunken celebrities thanking their “teams,” here are all the moments of the Golden Globes your friends and coworkers will be discussing this morning. Complete with GIFs, where… Read More

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Your 2014 Golden Globe Picks and Predictions

The Golden Globes are Sunday night, and after months of campaigning, analysis, and poring over those puzzling nominations, we can get down to the business at hand: laughing with Tina and Amy, laughing at the drunken celebrities, and generally ignoring the awards, which we all know are bought and sold anyway. BUT JUST IN CASE you’ve got an office pool going somewhere, or a keen interest in this kinda-but-not-really Oscar predictor, here are our picks and predictions for Hollywood’s booziest night: … Read More

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The Golden Globes’ Most Memorable WTF Moments: A Retrospective

The Golden Globes are on Sunday night, giving us our yearly chance to drink along (in spirit) with famous people. It’s a night when the bold-faced names in Hollywood get to loosen up and laugh at themselves (albeit not too hard), aided by their friends from Moet & Chandon. Naturally, all of that social lubrication means we get a pretty wacky three-hour awards show (rather than the increasingly stuffy and overwrought Oscars). Here are a few memorable moments of craziness from Golden Globes past.  … Read More

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2014 Golden Globes Nominations Prove the Uselessness of Dividing Films Into Comedy and Drama

Despite the second-tier nominations getting an early push in recent weeks, Awards Season has officially started with this morning’s Golden Globe nominations. The expected suspects are all there: Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave and David O. Russell’s American Hustle both received seven nominations, and Gravity, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska, and The Wolf of Wall Street all pop up in multiple categories. There’s little surprise here, although the Globes’ picks — split between comedy and drama — prove that it’s difficult this year to separate the major award-grabbing films into either category. … Read More

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