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Charlize Theron, Octavia Spencer and Daniel Craig are among the first presenters announced for Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards
In a Golden Globes chock full of upsets, the Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” took best picture, drama, over Bradley Cooper’s heavily favored “A Star is Born” and Glenn Close bested Lady Gaga for best actress.
Sunday’s Golden Globes has dramatic movies in comedy-musical categories, song-stuffed ones in drama categories and a host that may win an award, too.
What chance does Spider-Man have of not going down in defeat this weekend?
Hollywood figuratively crashed the funeral Thursday.
Adam McKay’s Dick Cheney biopic “Vice” staged an awards-season coup Thursday, landing a leading six nominations from the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards to narrowly edge more expected favorites like Bradley Cooper’s tear-jerking revival “A Star Is Born,” the interracial road-trip drama “Green Book” and the period romp “The Favourite.”
Nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday morning, offering the first major indication of where this year’s awards-season winds may be blowing. Some movies expected to do well, including “Roma,” “The Favourite” and “A Star is Born,” made strong showings, while “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Mary Poppins Returns” and the Dick Cheney biopic “Vice” – which led the field with six nominations – also received significant boosts.
The morning after making history as the first black man to win a Golden Globe Award for lead actor in a TV drama, Sterling K. Brown fulfilled an acceptance speech promise: He took his 6-year-old son Andrew to school.
On a night when the vast majority of attendees wore black in support of the #TimesUp movement, launched recently to fight against sexual harassment and gender inequality in Hollywood, Blanco wore a red dress by Atria Couture
On a night that will be remembered mostly for its somber attire, sober attitude and that rousing speech from Oprah Winfrey, there was at least one glimmer of the classic, madcap unpredictability of the Golden Globes. That was provided, appropriately enough, by James Franco, Tommy Wiseau and the inside-out making-of tale “The Disaster Artist.”
Oprah Winfrey’s moving speech at the Golden Globes has some fans and fellow celebrities calling for her presidential run.
With a red carpet dyed black by actresses dressed in a color-coordinated statement, the Golden Globes were transformed into an A-list expression of female empowerment in the post-Harvey Weinstein era. Oprah Winfrey led the charge. “For too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men,” said Winfrey, accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement. “But their time is up. Their time is up!”
Meryl Streep, Michelle Williams, Emma Watson and Amy Poehler are among the eight actresses who are planning to bring gender and racial justice activists as their guests to the Golden Globe Awards Sunday evening in an effort to shift the focus back on survivors and solutions, and away from perpetrators of sexual misconduct.
The Golden Globes, once the stomping grounds of Harvey Weinstein, will belong to someone else this year.
“Thelma & Louise” are reuniting at Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association traditionally shares profits from the Golden Globes’ international broadcast with arts-oriented nonprofits, so stars aren’t the only ones excited for Sunday’s show.
Seth Meyers regularly blends bad news with comedy on his nightly talk show, but as the host of Sunday’s Golden Globes, he has the unenviable task of setting the tone for Hollywood’s awards season as the sexual harassment crisis continues spreading throughout the industry and beyond.
Gal Gadot, Saoirse Ronan, Mary J. Blige and Allison Janney will be dressed in black at Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards as part of a planned anti-harassment protest, and all three voiced their support for a new initiative, Time’s Up, that’s aimed at supporting women who bring complaints.
Halle Berry, Gal Gadot and Chris Hemsworth are among the first presenters announced for next month’s Golden Globe Awards.
NEW YORK – Guillermo del Toro’s Cold War-era fairytale “The Shape of Water” swam away with a leading seven nominations from the Golden Globes, while the HBO drama “Big Little Lies” led the television nominees with six nods. The nominees for best picture drama are: “Call Me By Your Name,” `’Dunkirk,” `’The Post,” The Shape of Water” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”