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Golden Globes Awards News

'The Social Network' Wins Big at 68th Golden Globe Awards

By Rich King on January 17, 2011

Golden Globe Awards, Golden Globes, The Social Network, movie, film, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2010BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — The Social Network won four times, including best drama, to emerge as an Oscar favorite at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards held Sunday night in Beverly Hills.

Jennifer Lopez, Robert Pattinson Among 2011 Golden Globe Presenters

By Dave Paris on January 5, 2011

Jennifer Lopez, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2011HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — New American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez and Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson will be among the presenters at the upcoming Golden Globe Awards, organizers have revealed via Twitter.

'The King's Speech' Leads 2011 Golden Globe Nominations

By Rich King on December 14, 2010

The King's Speech, Golden Globe Awards, Golden Globes, nominations, 2011, pictures, picture, photos, photo, pics, pic, images, image, hot, sexy, latest, new, 2010HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — The King's Speech racked up seven nominations, including best film drama, to lead the field of contenders for the 2011 Golden Globe Awards, organizers announced Tuesday.

'Up in the Air' Tops Golden Globe Nominations

By Rich King on December 15, 2009

LOS ANGELES — George Clooney's Up in the Air racked up six nominations, including best drama, to lead the field of contenders for the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards, organizers announced Tuesday.

The film's nominations also included acting honors for Clooney, Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick, while Jason Reitman earned a best director nod.

In the best drama category, Up in the Air will compete against Avatar, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds and Precious.

The musical Nine was second with five Golden Globe nominations, including best musical or comedy and acting nominations for stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Penelope Cruz and Marion Cotillard.

Also competing for best musical or comedy are (500) Days of Summer, The Hangover, It's Complicated and Julie & Julia.

In the best actor in a motion picture drama category, Clooney will face off against Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart), Colin Firth (A Single Man), Morgan Freeman (Invictus) and Tobey Maguire (Brothers).

On the best dramatic actress side, the field features Emily Blunt (The Young Victoria), Sandra Bullock (The Blind Side), Helen Mirren (The Last Station), Carey Mulligan (An Education) and Gabourey Sidibe (Precious).

Nominations for best actor in a motion picture comedy or musical went to Day-Lewis (Nine), Matt Damon (The Informant), Robert Downey, Jr. (Sherlock Holmes), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (500 Days of Summer) and Michael Stuhlbard (A Serious Man).

Bullock also picked up a nomination for best actress in a motion picture comedy or musical for The Proposal. She will compete against Cotillard (Nine), Julia Roberts (Duplicity) and Meryl Streep, who will essentially compete against herself after earning nods for both It's Complicated and Julie & Julia.

On the television side, the nominees for best drama series are Big Love, Dexter, House, Mad Men and True Blood.

The nominations for musical or comedy series went to 30 Rock, Entourage, Glee, Modern Family and The Office.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association's annual ceremony will be broadcast live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 17, with British funnyman Ricky Gervais serving as host.

Click here for a complete list of Golden Globe nominations.


Winslet, Rourke Join 'Slumdog' for Top Honors at Golden Globe Awards

By Rich King on January 12, 2009

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — "Slumdog Millionaire" more than competed with the big dogs, winning four honors, including best drama, to top all winners at Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills.

Emerging as perhaps the film to beat at the upcoming Academy Awards, "Slumdog" also earned awards for director Danny Boyle, screenwriter Simon Beaufoy and composer A.R. Rahman for best musical score.

"Is this really happening to me? My first film wins four Golden Globes? I just can't believe it," co-star Freida Pinto told reporters backstage, according to The Associated Press.

In one of the night's most anticipated moments, the late Heath Ledger won best supporting actor honors for his turn as the Joker in "The Dark Knight."

"All of us who worked with Heath on 'The Dark Knight' accept with an awful mixture of sadness but incredible pride," said the film’s director, Christopher Nola, who accepted on behalf of Ledger, who died from an accidental prescription overdose last January. "After Heath passed, you saw a hole ripped in the future of cinema."

In the top acting categories, Mickey Rourke inched another step closer in his comeback, winning best dramatic actor honors for "The Wrestler." Kate Winslet, meanwhile, won best dramatic actress for "Revolutionary Road," her second award after opening the night with supporting actress honors for "The Reader."

British actress Sally Hawkins was a surprise winner for best actress in a comedy or musical as the eternal optimist in "Happy-Go-Lucky." Best actor in a comedy or musical honors went to Colin Farrell for "In Bruges."

On the television side, HBO’s "John Adams" outdistanced the competition, sweeping its way to four awards, including best miniseries or movie.

NBC’s "30 Rock" followed close behind, winning three honors, including best TV comedy. The show’s stars, Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin, won best comedy actress and actor, respectively.

It was also a big night for AMC’s “Mad Men,” which won best series drama.

Check out red carpet pictures from the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards


Picture, Drama: “Slumdog Millionaire”
Picture, Musical or Comedy: “Vicky Christina Barcelona”
Actor, Drama: Mickey Rourke, “The Wrestler”
Actress, Drama: Kate Winslet, “Revolutionary Road”
Director: Danny Boyle, “Slumdog Millionaire”
Actor, Musical or Comedy: Colin Farrell, “In Bruges”
Actress, Musical or Comedy: Sally Hawkins, “Happy-Go-Lucky”
Supporting Actor: Heath Ledger, “The Dark Knight”
Supporting Actress: Kate Winslet, “The Reader”
Foreign Language Film: “Waltz With Bashir”
Animated Film: “Wall-E”
Screenplay: Simon Beaufoy, “Slumdog Millionaire”
Original Score: A.R. Rahman, “Slumdog Millionaire”
Original Song: “The Wrestler” (performed by Bruce Springsteen, written by Bruce Springsteen), “The Wrestler”

Series, Drama: “Mad Men”
Actor, Drama: Gabriel Byrne, “In Treatment”
Actress, Drama: Anna Paquin, “True Blood”
Series, Musical or Comedy: “30 Rock”
Actor, Musical or Comedy: Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock”
Actress, Musical or Comedy: Tina Fey, “30 Rock”
Miniseries or Movie: “John Adams”
Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Laura Linney, “John Adams”
Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Paul Giammatti, “John Adams”
Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Laura Dern, “Recount”
Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Tom Wilkinson, “John Adams”
Cecil B. DeMille Award: Steven Spielberg


'Atonement' Captures Best Picture at Glitter-Less Golden Globe Awards

By Rich King on January 12, 2008

Atonement picture

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - The tragic romance "Atonement" claimed the top honor at the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which were announced during a live press conference from Hollywood on Sunday.