No more Ricky Gervais: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards. The duo will anchor NBC’s live coverage of the program on Jan. 13 from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.
Fey and Poehler co-starred together in the films Mean Girls and Baby Mama, plus worked with each other for years on Saturday Night Live, including a stretch as co-anchors of Weekend Update… Continue reading Tina Fey, Amy Poehler to host Golden Globes
Oscars 2012 Predictions based on Golden Globes Nominations 2012
The Golden Globes 2012 nominations are already out, and they give valuable clues as to what the Oscars 2012 nominations will be! Host Grace Randolph walks you though the Golden Globes 2012 nominations, plus tells you predictions for the 2012 Oscar nominations. Will The Artist, The Descendants, Hugo, Midnight in Paris and The Help continue to… Continue reading Oscars 2012 Predictions based on Golden Globes Nominations 2012
It’s Golden Popcorn Time! Last night, the 2012 MTV Movie Awards went down live from the Gibson Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Among this year’s winners were “The Hunger Games” (duh) “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,” (double duh) and many many more.
Moviefone provided coverage all night long, with red-carpet photos, breakout posts, and, of course, a full list of winners.
On top of the awards, there were also plenty… Continue reading MTV Movie Awards Winners: Who Took Home The Golden Popcorns? (LIVE UPDATES)
During a relatively uneventful Golden Globe awards, Seth Rogen apparently couldn’t resist the opportunity to liven things up a bit.
When the comedic actor stepped on stage to present the award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture- Comedy or Musical with Kate Beckinsale, he started off by simply introducing himself. But it only went downhill from there.
“Hello, I’m Seth Rogen and I am currently trying to conceal a massive erection,”… Continue reading The Golden Globes' Most Awkward Moments
As I’ve stated previously, the Golden Globes are a difficult award ceremony to take seriously since the Hollywood Foreign Press Association hasn’t recognized documentaries since 1977. And for other reasons, I suppose. But it’s also a difficult telecast not to watch if you’re interested at all in movie stars, especially in who they’re wearing, and that goes for both the designers of their dresses and the people sitting… Continue reading The Conversation: What Did You Think of the 2012 Golden Globe Awards?