OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Big Girls in the New York Times
Apparently, "You don't put a big girl in a big dress."
I'm not going to dispute that, because I'm not a fashion photographer or a fashion anything, but what I'm wondering is, when did lovely... Posted on 1/21/10 at 5:18 AM
Hollywood actress Jodie Foster confirmed long-running speculation that she is gay by coming out at the Golden Globes awards on Sunday, but joked she wouldn't be holding a news conference to discuss her private life.
Steven Spielberg's Civil War epic “Lincoln” led the Golden Globes on Thursday with seven nominations, among them best drama, best director for Spielberg and acting honors for Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones.
Comedy duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host next year’s Golden Globe awards in Beverly Hills, bringing perhaps a gentler touch to a ceremony helmed for the past three years by acerbic Briton Rick Gervais.
Woody Harrelson wants the windows down. “Do you mind if we go old style on this? I don’t like air conditioning.” The journalist at the wheel of the Honda Accord jabs a button and the famous passenger gets a face full of Sunset Strip.
They are actors largely known for their work in film or in shows on commercial broadcast networks. Each took Golden Globe trophies for roles on new cable television series that won critical acclaim and commercial success in the past year, sometimes both.
The black-and-white silent film “The Artist” led the Golden Globes with three wins Sunday at a show that spread Hollywood's love around among a broad range of films, including best drama recipient “The Descendants” and its star, George Clooney.
Silent film is taking over Hollywood's awards scene. The silent-era tale "The Artist" heads the Golden Globes with six nominations, among them best comedy or musical, and acting honors for its French stars, Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo.
There’s tarnish on them thar Globes.
In the run-up to the show, a lawsuit filed by two disgruntled employees alleged that the group awarding the Golden Globes had received kickbacks from broadcast advertisers.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is famous for its whoppers — let me just say two words: Pia Zadora. But when it comes to zany choices, it’s hard to top giving two of the five Golden Globes nominations for motion picture comedy or musical to “The Tourist” and “Burlesque,” movies that critics everywhere have mocked for (how shall we say this?) their singular lack of filmmaking artistry.
The Oscar contest for best picture had been shaping up as a head-to-head fight between the plucky British drama “The King’s Speech” and David Fincher’s “The Social Network,” but Tuesday’s Golden Globes nominations may have brought a third contender into the ring: David O. Russell’s “The Fighter.”
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