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The Golden Globes always promise glamour and strangeness along with the annual celebration of achievements across film and television. This year’s nominees feature plenty of powerful stories, new voices and returning veterans aiming for gold, along with “La La Land” facing off against “Deadpool” in the best comedy film category, and robots battling dragons for Best TV Drama. No matter what, the night will feature some surprises.
Read More: Complete 2017 Golden Globes Coverage
Check out the full list of nominees — and winners in bold — below.
*IndieWire will be updating the list throughout the night.
Best Motion Picture – Drama “Hacksaw Ridge” “Hell or High Water” “Lion” “Manchester by the Sea” “Moonlight” Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy “20th Century Women” “Deadpool” “Florence Foster Jenkins” “La La Land” “Sing Street” Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Casey Affleck – “Manchester by the Sea” Joel Edgerton – “Loving” Andrew Garfield »
- Liz Shannon Miller
Tonight is the big night, with the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards taking place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, with Jimmy Fallon hosting this year's awards ceremony. We'll be updating this story all night long with all of the winners as they're announced, so keep refreshing for the latest updates. The critically-acclaimed musical La La Land lead all nominees, picking up seven nods, followed by the hit drama Moonlight with six nominations and Manchester-by-the-Sea with five nominations. La La Land was the night's big winner, winning all seven awards it was nominated for, setting a Golden Globe record for the most Globe wins for a film, and becoming the first movie to win in every major category it was nominated for since One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in 1976.
This weekend, the 74th Golden Globe awards will be dished out in a lavish ceremony in Beverly Hills. This year, taking over hosting duties from Ricky Gervais is The Tonight Show‘s Jimmy Fallon, and it’ll be the usual glitzy affair – probably without all of the near the knuckle jokes – which, frankly we’ll miss as we continue our awards tradition and get hideously drunk as we continue to update the site with who won what.
We’ll be live-blogging on the night but ahead of the ceremony, we thought we’d deliver our winners predictions, and who we Think will win, and who we’d Like to win…
So, here goes, staring with the big ones where we kind of explain our reasons. We’ll be constantly referring to this list as we tweet our way through the evening on Sunday. The fun kicks off at 11pm UK »
- Paul Heath
New songs, covers of old songs, chart-topping singers, Broadway tunesmiths: musically speaking, this year’s crop of animated movies has a little of everything. Both “Trolls” and “Sing” feature lavishly produced covers of classic songs. “Sing” features no fewer than 65 tunes, of which just 20 are the original master recordings; the other 45 not only needed to be cleared but arranged, performed, and animated.
It was a two-year process, says executive music producer Harvey Mason Jr., a Grammy-winning songwriter and producer whose resume includes everyone from Justin Bieber to Beyonce. “It was the craziest job ever,” he says. “We did some of the songs eight or nine different times in different ways.”
Because “Sing” is about a vocal competition, the settings ranged from auditions to a singing, dancing finale. Characters include a punk-rock porcupine (Scarlett Johansson), a Sinatra-esque mouse (Seth MacFarlane), a soulful gorilla (Taron Egerton), a shy elephant (Tori Kelly), and »
- Jon Burlingame
Nothing makes for stranger bedfellows than the best original song category at a movie (and television) awards show. Last year at the Golden Globes, we saw the theme song from a Bond film go up against a Brian Wilson song and and a Charlie Puth tune — with a Wiz Khalifa guest verse — from a Fast and the Furious film.
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The original song beat out "Can't Stop the Feeling" for Trolls (music and lyrics by Justin Timberlake, Max Martin and Shellback), "Faith" for Sing (music and lyrics by Ryan Tedder, Stevie Wonder and Francis Farewell Starlite), "Gold" for Gold (music and lyrics by Brian Burton, Stephen Gaghan, Daniel Pemberton and Iggy Pop) and "How Far I'll Go" for Moana (music »
- Farnoush Amiri
6 items from 2017
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