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Golden Globes 2014 Nominations: Who Got Snubbed, Who Was a Surprise?
12 December 2013 9:25 AM, PST
Via MTV News — Aside from being the first sign of where Oscar nominations might end up, the Golden Globes also serve as an early predictor of who the big awards surprises and snubs might be.
With such a strong field of contenders this year, there were plenty of shocking oversights and inclusions in the nominations, which were announced this morning. (Sorry, Franco fans. It just wasn't your year.) For a complete rundown of the most unexpected nods, we've compiled our list of the biggest surprises and snubs of the 2014 Golden Globe Awards nominations.
For the list, head to MTV News. »
- MTV Staff
Can 'Spider-Man' Survive Without Andrew Garfield?
11 December 2013 8:14 AM, PST
Via MTV News — Face it, Sony — you're about to hit a sticky situation.
Andrew Garfield is signed and sealed to play Peter Parker in a third film beyond next summer's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," but beyond that? Nothing. The British actor confirmed in a recent interview with Yahoothat Sony's planned "Amazing Spider-Man 4," set for release in 2018, is not on his radar.
"I mean I'm under contract for another one after this... as far as a fourth one? That's not anything to do with me," he said. Director Marc Webb added that he's always conceived of his "Spider-Man" vision as "a trilogy to be totally frank," indicating that he, too, has no plans for a fourth "Spider-Man" film.
For more, head to MTV News. »
- MTV Staff
Fake 'Simpsons' Movies Get Real Posters
9 December 2013 2:23 PM, PST
Via MTV News — Admit it: You live in Springfield. In your mind, at least. Whether you think the fictitious everytown is in Oregon, Illinois, Missouri or elsewhere, you've been a fan of "The Simpsons" for years and have imagined yourself as a little cartoon human, eating donuts alongside Homer, studying with Lisa or watching movies with Bart.
Now, thanks to the creative genius of Old Red Jalopy and MTV News, you're that much closer to living in Springfield. "The Simpsons" is littered with references to fake movies and their stars (Troy McClure, we see you there), so we took steps to make that a little more real by casting them and bringing you their posters. Grab your popcorn and buy your tickets, because we think you've got a date with "The Contrabulous Fabtraption of Professor Horatio Hufnagel."
Check out a sneak peek below, and head to MTV News to see the rest. »
- MTV Staff