The Golden Globes 2011 – The Winners

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This evening saw the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards was hosted by Ricky Gervais and take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles and we were rather excited about it!

The Golden Globes are a big indicator at where the big awards, The Oscars may go when they are announced on 27th February.

Below are all the winners from this evening’s award ceremony. Congrats to The Social Network for winning four awards out of their six nominations and also the big TV winner was Glee taking three awards.

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Christian Bale, The Fighter Jeremy Renner, The Town Andrew Garfield, The Social Network Geoffrey Rush, The King’s Speech Michael Douglas, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama

Katie Segal, Sons of Anarchy Jullianna Marguiles, The Good Wife Elizabeth Moss, Mad Men Piper Perabo,
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Golden Globe Nominations 2011:Yup, It’s ‘The Social Network’ V ‘The Kings Speech’!

On the Best Actress, film front; Natalie Portman, Angelina Jolie, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lawrence, Halle Berry and Michelle Williams fight a tight race.

The theme of the awards in general is definitely drama. The nominated films, actors and actresses all power it up in the intense drama department versus science fiction last year when Avatar dominated nominations.

We’re all glued to the Golden Globes because nominations at this first big awards show set up the tone and the battles for the Oscars, the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Critics Choice Awards and more. favorites getting the Golden Globe nomination nod, that we can’t wait to see on the red carpet.

Chris Colfer, Glee — Best Supporting Actor in a series, mini series or TV movie.

Sofia Vergara, Modern Family — Best Supporting Actress in a series, mini-series or TV movie.

Lea Michele, Glee — Best Actress in a TV series,
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68th Annual Golden Globes Nominations

The 68th Annual Golden Globe nominations were announced today with The King’s Speech leading the pack with seven nominations including Best Picture (Drama), Colin Firth for Best Actor (Drama), Tom Hooper for Best Director, Helena Bonham Carter for Best Supporting Actress, and Geoffrey Rush for Best Supporting Actor. The film, which deals with King George VI’s stuttering problems, is expected to carry out this success to the Oscars and it is no surprise that it got the most Golden Globe nominations.

The Fighter picked up six nominations: Best Picture (Drama), David O. Russell (Best Director), Mark Wahlberg (Best Actor, Drama), Christian Bale (Best Supporting Actor), Amy Adams (Best Supporting Actress), and Melissa Leo (Best Supporting Actress). It tied with The Social Network for the second most nominations. Inception received four nominations including Best Picture (Drama), Best Director, and Best Screenplay.

The real bizarre news was in the Best Comedy/Musical category.
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Golden Globe Award Nominees Announced! (Halle Berry & Idris Elba Make The Cut)

The 68th Golden Globe Award nominations, probably the most significant industry award ceremony preceding the Academy Awards (and most likely to match the Academy Awards), were announced minutes ago… and, of note, Halle Berry received a nomination for Best Actress (Drama) for her work in Frankie & Alice. So, it looks like the campaign has paid off somewhat. She hasn’t won, and she probably won’t win, given her competition, but at least she’s been noticed. Let’s see if Oscar voters feel the same way.

Also, Idris Elba gets a nomination for his performance in the BBC America hit Luther – a show we’ve touted on this website many times. He’s nominated in the Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television. Hopefully this helps draw audiences to the series, which you can watch on demand, right now, via
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68th Annual Golden Globe Nominations

Josh Duhamel, Katie Holmes and Blair Underwood joined HFPA President Philip Berk to announce the nominations for the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards from the Beverly Hilton early this morning. The King’S Speech saw the most love from the HFPA with 7 nominations for the Weinstein Films royal drama. The Social Network and The Fighter saw 6 noms each and Kids Are All Right, Black Swan and Inception round out the nominations with four.

As most awards season watcher will notice, some of the “surprise” nominations like the 2 for Johnny Depp, the embrace for The Tourist and even Burlesque, all stem from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual need for A-List stars and ratings. No nominations from foreign journalists for True Grit means nothing. AMPAS voting members will make up for this “snub” in January when the Academy Award Nomination are announced. Besides, the Globes is always an entertaining show
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