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While a lot of sports fans are up in arms about the “deflategate” scandal that has erupted following the New England Patriots Afc Championship Game victory over the Indianapolis Colts, Louis C.K. isn’t bothered at all.
- Jason Hughes
It was the final big American film and TV awards ceremony before the Oscars, and the one most likely to indicate who will be going home with Academy awards in a month’s time. Find out if Hollywood’s most celebrated actors perfect their speeches ... or losers’ faces
Screen Actors Guild awards 2015: the winners in pictures
A quick-fire night then with a couple of surprises thrown in, mostly in TV.
Costner is back and… well… that’s it.
- Alex Needham and Lanre Bakare in New York
ABC’s Galavant wrapped its eight-episode freshman run on Sunday night by installing a new face on the throne, leaving another princess to be saved and sending two frenemies on a slow boat to… where, Mist Haven? Who knows.
Here, TVLine’s two biggest Galavant fans (Galafans?), Editor-at-Large Matt Webb Mitovich and West Coast Reporter Rebecca Iannucci, reflect on the ambitious musical-comedy’s maiden voyage and express reservations about what any possible Season 2 would look like.
We come here to primarily celebrate ABC’s Galavant as a whole, though I admittedly came away from the finale feeling a bit “meh. »
Popular kid shows like Sesame Street, Yo Gabba Gabba!, and Spongebob Squarepants aren’t always just for kids. Grown-ups have been known to not only tune in to the children’s-friendly programming (hey, some of them are really good!), but even appear on said shows. While stars like Jon Hamm, Ricky Gervais, Sarah Silverman , and Amy Poehler made the best of their time and had some seriously awesome cameos, other celebrities haven’t made quite the same impression. We’ve compiled the seven most awkward, inappropriate, or downright strange appearances by adults on kid shows.
Prettttt-ay, prettttt-ay, pretttttt-ay bizarre.
“Cake” star backs one team in the Super Bowl battle between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks, with Fallon backing the other
After heaping praise on Jimmy Fallon for the way he was interviewing her on “The Tonight Show” Wednesday night, Jennifer Aniston admitted that she kind of wanted to interview Jennifer Aniston, too. Usher in the latest installment of “Lip Flip.”
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- Jason Hughes
Series will follow a self-appointed guru struggling to stay a step ahead of his own lies
Arnett, who voices the title character in Netflix’s animated offering “BoJack Horseman” and starred as Gob in the Netflix revival of “Arrested Development,” has landed a new comedy series, “Flaked,” with Netflix.
In addition to starring in the series, Arnett co-created and co-wrote it with Mark Chappell (“The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret”), who is also executive producing the series with Arnett.
Set in Venice, »
- Tim Kenneally
Stand-up comedian was already the first to sell out the New York City arena three times in one month for the same tour
Louis Ck has added a fourth show at Madison Square Garden — a record, his rep told TheWrap — the stand-up comedian announced via a subscriber email on Saturday.
On his current run — even before this new show was added — Ck became the first comedian to sell out »
- Tony Maglio
Between all the heartfelt acceptance speeches and meme-able celebrity reactions, Sunday's Golden Globes was full of moments that kept social networks full of award show observations. Over 8 million Facebook users logged on during the show and generated more then 17 million interactions about the big night. While people were Tweeting and posting about everything that happened throughout the entire event, there were a handful of Globes moments that got shared more than the rest. The Top 5 Golden Globes Moments on Facebook1. Prince presents for best original song and Common and John Legend winCommon and Legend's touching win was also the most »
- Kelli Bender, @kbendernyc
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler may have answered a lot of our questions last night (Andy Serkis played Reese Witherspoon’s backpack in Wild, J.K. Simmons is short for Just Keep Simmons), but the 2015 Golden Globes left us with plenty more. Like...
Or is that how she reacts to every joke? Because it’s pretty similar to how she reacted two years ago when Tina and Amy told that joke about James Cameron. Someone tell her a not at all controversial joke and see what happens.
2. Why was Joaquin Phoenix there?
Besides providing the punch line to one of the night’s best jokes. Yeah, he was nominated for Inherent Vice, but he also thinks award shows are bullsh*t, so...
3. What happens if Benedict Cumberbatch doesn’t photobomb someone at an awards show? Does the world end? Does he actually turn into that dragon from Lord »
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returned as hosts for what they dubbed the “72nd and final” Golden Globe Awards on January 11. The big winners of the night were Boyhood -- which won three awards, including Best Picture, Drama – and Birdman, which won two awards.
With a room full of famous actors, actresses, directors, and a handful of “normals,” Tina and Amy framed the Golden Globes with their usual easy grace and charm. Unfortunately, however, it seemed like the lack of air conditioning in the Beverly Hilton Hotel scared off the dynamic duo. Their combined screen time was minimal, to say the least, and we unfortunately didn’t get a “Matt Damon, you’re basically a garbage person” kind of laugh.
- Sasha James
George Clooney, last night's Lifetime Achievement Award winner at the Golden Globes, thinks Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are "the best hosts of the show"—and with all due respect to their naughty predecessor, Ricky Gervais, he's right.* But with their three-year residency at the Globes now complete, it's now time to begin the challenging task of finding their successor, or successors. There's no shortage of obvious candidates, beginning with the collection of celebs who already dominate the hosting circuit. Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers have to be at the top of NBC's list, considering their experience and their affiliation with the network. »
- Jeff Labrecque
After the show, it's the afterparty! A-listers gathered at Harvey Weinstein's annual Golden Globes bash on Sunday, and there was no shortage of fun candid moments. Kate Hudson chatted it up with Marchesa designer - and wife of Harvey Weinstein - Georgina Chapman, while Harvey himself was surrounded with a bevy of beauties like Lorde, Taylor Swift, Jaime King, and Danielle Haim. As Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan hit the dance floor, Jennifer Lopez stayed close to her red carpet date and The Boy Next Door costar Ryan Guzman, and Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne got cheeky across the room. Big Eyes' Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz fought over a cheeseburger, and Helen Mirren snacked on french fries; nearby, Jake Gyllenhaal chilled with 50 Cent, and Will Arnett held Ricky Gervais in his arms like a little baby. You won't believe how much fun these celebs had - scroll »
With the Moet & Chandon spotted on every table during the 2015 Golden Globe Awards, celebs let loose at the star-studded after-parties all around town -- and we have the photos to prove it!HBO, InStyle & Warner Bros., NBC, 20th Century Fox, Netflix & The Weinstein Company all held separate soirees in Los Angeles, with some stars attending all of them to get their party on. Taylor Swift hit the biggest bashes with BFFs Selena Gomez, Lorde, Lena Dunham and Jaime King. The "Blank Space" singer showed off her slim silhouette in a canary yellow gown, which she paired with a loose updo and her signature red lip.Swifty was definitely upstaged by Selena, who showed some serious skin in a plunging white gown with sexy cutouts along the waist and an open back.Across the room, Matthew McConaughey and wife Camila Alves were spotted talking to Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux. We »
- tooFab Staff
Ricky Gervais got a little tongue tied when it came to pronouncing Quvenzhane Wallis correctly on Sunday at the Golden Globes.
While presenting the 2015 Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy, Ricky called the "Annie" actress "Quaven Johhny" Wallis (or something to that effect!).
Photos: Golden Globes 2015: The Winners!
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
There's one thing that sets the Golden Globes apart from most awards shows, and it's not the glamour or the location or the glitz or the fact that they niftily separate nominees between drama and comedy categories. No. It's the booze. Everyone at the Golden Globes has the opportunity, should they so desire, to get stinking drunk. And many of them indulge in this opportunity.
While watching last night we couldn't help but take stock of the most drunken moments of this year's Golden Globes. Please be sure to tell us whether or not you think these were actual drunken moments and what drunken shenanigans we missed while trying to compose clever tweets.
1. Everyone Sweating
Was it a weird trick of the uniformly awful lighting or was everyone sweating? It didn't matter if you were a fresh-faced ingénue or a old-school superstar, everyone got on that stage and looked like »
- Drew Taylor
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) presented the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday. The awards show was hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for a third year, and George Clooney was presented with the Cecil B. DeMille Award. "Boyhood" ended up taking home the trophy for the best film in the drama category. The movie also won for best supporting actress (Patricia Arquette) and best director (Richard Linklater). On the comedy/musical side, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" won the top prize, beating "Birdman," which many thought would be the winner. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" didn't win in any other categories. Michael Keaton, however, won for best actor for "Birdman." Check out the full list of nominees and winner (in red) below. Best Motion Picture -. Drama * Boyhood * Foxcatcher * The Imitation Game * Selma * The Theory of Everything Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture -. Drama »
It was widely reported that this year's Golden Globes show would be the swan song for amazing co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, news that put us through the five stages of grief pretty quickly (followed by lots of heavy milkshake-drinking). The duo have hosted the glittery awards show for the past three years, exposing the inherently sexist, silly nature of Hollywood but doing with such good-natured aplomb that it never came across as acid or mean-spirited (like the infamous previous host Ricky Gervais).
What was kind of upsetting about last night, though, was how little Tina and Amy were actually given to do. It felt like last night the dynamic duo had the least amount of screen time out of any of their gigs. After a terrific monologue (more on that in a minute), they were largely sidelined, interjecting where they could but mostly silent (or hidden backstage somewhere »
- Drew Taylor
So last night, Hollywood’s elite dusted down their tuxedos and glam dresses for the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, which took place live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler presented for a third time, and went down a storm.
The big winners on the night were Eddy Redmayne and Julianne Moore who picked up lead actor awards for The Theory Of Everything and Still Alice. Boyhood, Richard Linklater’s 12-years-in-the-making drama was awarded Best Motion Picture (Drama), while Linklater himself picked up Best Director. Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel was awarded Best Motion Picture in the comedy and musical categories, while Michael Keaton picked up Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) for Birdman and Amy Adams bagged the Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) gong for Tim Burton’s Big Eyes. The two prizes in the Best Supporting Actor and Actress »
- Paul Heath
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler went into the Golden Globes knowing this was their last year as hosts, and with that came no fear. That said they gave a big warm welcome to kick off the night: “Welcome, you bunch of despicable, spoiled, minimally talented brats!” And, then followed it up with taking jabs at North Korea, Bill Cosby and a handful of celebrities. “Tonight we celebrate all the great television shows we know and love, as well as all the movies that North Korea was O.K. with,” Fey said. As a presenter this year, Ricky Gervais — drink in … Continue reading →
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- Barb Oates
The Golden Globes are known for their unpredictability, and this year’s awards delivered surprise wins and stunning snubs in both film and TV categories. The fact that “Boyhood” was the big winner — bringing home wins for motion picture (drama), director and supporting actress — was among the least surprising results of the evening. Ditto victories for Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore and J.K. Simmons. But that’s pretty much where the easy calls came to an end.
14 of the biggest snubs and surprises from the 2015 Golden Globes:
Surprise: “The Grand Budapest Hotel”
Released all the way back in March, Wes Anderson’s characteristically quirky period comedy hasn’t been at the forefront of awards season discussions so far — except lately, it has been popping up in the most unexpected places (SAG’s ensemble category for one). The Globes victory over heavy favorite “Birdman” (which still garnered wins for best screenplay and »
- Geoff Berkshire
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