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Golden Globes Set for Jan. 13, 2013

Golden Globes Set for Jan. 13, 2013
Next year's Golden Globe Awards will take place on Sunday, Jan. 13, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced on Tuesday. The Globes will take place slightly earlier than usual, two days before Oscar nominations are announced. The decision to hold the ceremony before Oscar nominations solves what could have been a significant problem caused by the Academy's earliest-ever date -- and by new Oscar campaign rules that might have prevented film studios from throwing Globes parties. Golden Globes weekend is typically one of the biggest party weekends on the awards circuit, but new AMPAS regulations severely restrict parties that take place post-nomination -- including, for the first time, parties connected to another awards show. The Jan. 13 date puts the Globes two weekends before the Producers Guild and Screen Actors Guild Awards, and three before the Directors Guild. Typically, the Critics Choice Movie Awards take place a few days before the Globes; the Broadcast Film Critics Association has yet to announce the timing for that show. Golden Globe nominations will be announced on Thursday, Dec. 13.
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Dick Clark Productions Wins Golden Globes Lawsuit

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Dick Clark Productions Wins Golden Globes Lawsuit
Dick Clark Productions has won the lawsuit that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association launched against the company over who owns the broadcast rights to the Golden Globes awards show. In a ruling issued Monday, Judge Howard A. Matz decided in favor of Dick Clark Productions. The suit was filed against Dick Clark Productions and its parent company, Red Zone Capital Partners, by the HFPA in 2010, leading to a particularly ugly legal battle. Also read: Golden Globes Trial Exposes Dick Clark Productions CEO's Misleading Negotiating Tactics The HFPA alleged that Dick Clark Productions
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Kaleidoscope 2010: Important Events in Entertainment (Part 1/4)

Another year is soon to unfold, but 2010 is not without its memory. In the entertainment world, anything can happen, from a young singer who beat the odds to a man not grateful enough to own an Oscar winning wife to a blue world that awes almost half of the planet.

AceShowbiz is back with its annual Kaleidoscope, presenting a list of important events that took place within this year. Divided into quarters, the 2010 Kaleidoscope would be published one by one in the next three days. The first quarter below kicks off the list which also gives highlight to one particular event each month.


Taylor Swift closed the 2010 Grammy Awards on January 31 by making a historical win. Despite her off-key performance, the then 19-year-old country music singer grabbed Album of the Year, thanks to the 2009 best-selling record "Fearless" which she released in late 2008. She won over such seniors as Beyonce Knowles,
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Ricky Gervais Will Return to Host The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Ricky Gervais returns to host the Golden Globes Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Ricky Gervais (The Invention of Lying, The Office) has signed for an encore performance when he returns to host The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 16, 2011 on NBC. This year's show will again be broadcast live coast-to-coast from 5-8 p.m. (Pt) and 8-11 p.m. (Et) from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Phil Berk, dick clark productions and NBC made the announcement today.

"I can't believe they invited me back after awful things I said," said Gervais. "Let's see how far I can go this time."

"As viewers discovered with our last awards telecast, Ricky's surprising and unpredictable humor is a great fit for the Globes which will continue as a live event across the nation," said Paul Telegdy, Executive Vice President, Alternative Programming, NBC and Universal Media Studios.
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Golden Globes show is a winner

Golden Globes show is a winner
With such blockbusters as "Avatar," "The Hangover," "The Blind Side" and "Sherlock Holmes" dominating the main categories Sunday night at the 67th annual Golden Globes, the award show gained in the ratings compared with last year's telecast.

Airing live on both coasts for the first time, the Globes drew 16.9 million viewers and a 5.4 rating among adults 18-49, according to early, time zone-adjusted estimates. That's up a healthy 10% from last year and marks NBC's best rating in the time period, excluding sports, in five years.

A rare last-minute switch in the NFL schedule deprived the new Fox drama "Human Target" of the big Nfc Divisional playoff game lead-in the network had planned.

As a self-starter at 8 p.m. and up against the Globes, the preview of "Target" was seen by 10.1 million viewers and generated a somewhat decent 2.9 rating in 18-49, less than what Fox's animated comedies average in the hour and
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The 2010 Golden Globe Winners!

Jan 18, 2010

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards have been awarded and it was James Cameron and Avatar pulling the big upset and taking home the trophies over the heavily favored The Hurt Locker and director Kathryn Bigelow. In our opinion, Ricky Gervais did a pretty good job as host this year (though we’d watch anything he was involved in, heck we even liked The Invention of Lying despite the lukewarm reviews it received). While we’re big nerd boy fans of Cameron and Avatar, The Hurt Locker is definitely one of ...Read more at
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67th Annual Golden Globe Awards Winners

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More than 50 Hollywood stars were set as presenters at “The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards”, Sunday, January 17, hosted by Ricky Gervais, broadcast live on NBC from The Beverly Hilton, in Los Angeles.

Presenters included Amy Adams, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Aniston, Kristen Bell, Halle Berry, Josh Brolin, Gerard Butler, Cher, Chace Crawford, Robert De Niro, Cameron Diaz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Colin Farrell, Harrison Ford, Jodie Foster, Matthew Fox, Jennifer Garner, Mel Gibson, Lauren Graham, Tom Hanks, Neil Patrick Harris, Sally Hawkins, Kate Hudson, Felicity Huffman, Samuel L. Jackson, Nicole Kidman, Jane Krakowski, Ashton Kutcher, Taylor Lautner, Sophia Loren, Paul McCartney, Helen Mirren, Jim Parsons, Amy Poehler, Julia Roberts, Mickey Rourke, Zoe Saldana, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kiefer Sutherland, Sofia Vergara, Olivia Wilde, Kate Winslet, Reese Witherspoon, Sam Worthington and the cast of “The Hangover” (Justin Bartha, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms).

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards” were seen in more than 160 countries worldwide
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The 67th Annual Golden Globes, More Weird Than Wonderful

The 67th Annual Golden Globes, More Weird Than Wonderful
If the various awards telecasts were guests at a party, the Golden Globes would be the life of it. You know what we mean…over the course of the annual awards cycle, we expect Oscar to bring the glamour, the VMAs to bring the scandal, and the Bet Hip-Hop Awards to bring the cops. But the Globes telecast is freewheeling, unfettered, well-lubricated. It threatens to catch us off guard by dancing on a table with a lampshade on its head, perhaps while saying something that makes revered Oscar frown and seethe as he swirls the cubes in his tumbler of scotch. It’s a riot because it keeps everyone’s wine glasses full.

Last night, however, our old pal Golden seemed hung over before he even hit the door. The telecast felt…
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2010 Golden Globe Winners: 'Sherlock Holmes' 1, 'The Hurt Locker' 0

Photo: Hollywood Foreign Press Association The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards were held tonight and it's hard to say there were very many surprises as much as there were disappointments. Of course, I think the fact a film like Sherlock Holmes gets recognized for an award while The Hurt Locker goes home empty-handed is a complete sham. I believe Avatar is worthy of awards, but technical awards, which it will win at the Oscars, but since those aren't handed out at the Globes it means the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (Hfpa) feels the need to dote on it in categories where others are more deserving.

Avatar took home Best Picture (Drama) and director James Cameron won over the presumptive winner Kathryn Bigelow. This only causes agitation for me personally, because the whole show continued celebrity love while the smaller more deserving names were consistently overlooked.

Sandra Bullock won for The Blind Side
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‘Avatar,’ ‘Glee,’ ‘Mad Men,’ ‘The Hangover’ Big Winners at 2010 Golden Globes

Chicago – The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards were held tonight, January 17th, 2010 and big winners included Mo’Nique, Meryl Streep, Christoph Waltz, James Cameron, Sandra Bullock, Robert Downey Jr., Jeff Bridges, Michael C. Hall, Juliana Margulies, Toni Collette, John Lithgow, Drew Barrymore, Kevin Bacon, Alec Baldwin, and Chloe Sevigny.

The Invention of Lying” and “The Office” star Ricky Gervais was the live host from Los Angeles and he injected the show with his clever brand of dry wit and sharp-tongued humor, although stumbled a bit after a strong opening monologue. Commenting on the recent late night crisis, Gervais quipped at the end of his opener, “Let’s get on with it before NBC replaces me with Jay Leno.”

Ricky Gervais

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Nicole Kidman mentioned that viewers can go to to donate to Haiti, a serious moment before moving on to the general frivolity of the night.
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Christoph Waltz Is Best Supporting Actor at 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards has handed out one of their gongs to Christoph Waltz. The depicter of Col. Hans Landa in "Inglourious Basterds" has come out as the winner in Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture category.

Also having a joyous moment at the event was James Cameron. The helmer was named Best Director for his work of "Avatar", beating out "The Hurt Locker" director Kathryn Bigelow, who is also his ex-wife, among other contenders.

Previously, the awards show has also announced the winner for Best Foreign Film, giving the honor to "The White Ribbon". Moreover, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio have taken the stage to present Cecil B. DeMille award to veteran filmmaker Martin Scorsese.

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which has been kicked off on Sunday, January 17, is being held at Beverly Hilton Hotel. The event is
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Meryl Streep Wins at 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Meryl Streep has joined the winners at 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards. The actress has grabbed a kudo for Best Performance by an Acterss in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical through her performance in "Julie & Julia".

Streep, who was also nominated for the same prize for her role in "It's Complicated", has beaten out "The Proposal" leading lady Sandra Bullock, "Nine" actress Marion Cotillard and Julia Roberts of "Duplicity". Presenting the award, Colin Farrell jokingly said Streep was "greedily nominated" for two awards.

The show has also named "Crazy Heart" theme song "The Weary Kind" as the winner for Best Original Song - Motion Picture. Later, "Up in the Air" has also grabbed a prize for Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, giving the honor to scribes Jason Reitman and Sheldon Turner.

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards is being held at Beverly Hilton Hotel. The event is hosted
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2010 Golden Globes: Meryl Streep and Mo'Nique Among Early Winners

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards are underway at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, and some of the early winners have been unraveled. Meryl Streep and Mo'Nique were among those who managed to bring home an awards from the Globes in the movie category on Sunday, January 17.

Nabbing two Best Actress in Comedy or Musical nominations for her performance in "It's Complicated" and "Julie & Julia", Meryl won the title for her performance as Julia Child in the latter movie. She was announced to have bested Sandra Bullock, Marion Cotillard and Julia Roberts by presenter Colin Farrell.

Meanwhile, Mo'Nique nabbed the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture award for her role in "Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire". Being the first one to grab an award for the night, she was announced as the recipient of the particular kudo by Nicole Kidman.
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Mo'Nique Among Early Winners at 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards has just been kicked off on Sunday night, January 17 and Mo'Nique has grabbed a kudo which was presented by Nicole Kidman. The depicter of Mary Lee Johnston in drama "Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire" was named Best Supporting Actress in Motion Picture.

Later, musician Paul McCartney showed up on stage to announce the winner for Best Animated Feature Film. Getting the honor was Pete Docter and Bob Peterson directed-animation "Up". It additionally has grabbed Best Original Score - Motion Picture kudo.

The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards is being held at Beverly Hilton Hotel. The event is hosted by Ricky Gervais and is aired live on NBC.
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2010 Golden Globe Awards Winners - Avatar Wins Best Drama

The winners of the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards, the precursor to the Academy Awards, were announced tonight at an exciting ceremony held at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. We will be updating this list live below with all of the winners once they're announced during the ceremony tonight. I'm rooting for many of the great movies that got nominations this year (like 500 Days of Summer, District 9, Up in the Air) and I'm already excited to see who takes home the most Globes this time. I'm not expecting any major upsets, but you never know, Avatar could sweep this year if everything goes right. Read on for the results! The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards were held at The Beverly Hilton hosted by Ricky Gervais with a live telecast on NBC. The full list of winners can be found in full below. Winners are highlighted in Bold. Best
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Golden Globes Open Thread

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The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards begin tonight on NBC at 8 Est. Stick around and chat about it below. Mock, celebrate, and complain. It's the Pajiba way!

If you're looking to spice up the Globes, here's a few drinking cues:

-- Drink whenever someone takes a shot at NBC over the late-night mess. Two drinks if the mention of Jay Leno elicits boos.

-- Drink whenever there's a reaction shot of Angelina Jolie.

-- Drink whenever Ricky Gervais laughs maniacally.

-- Drink whenever there's a lame joke that makes reference to Avatar.

-- Drink whenever you see a commercial for "Chuck."

-- Self-immolate if Sandra Bullock wins out over Meryl Streep in any category.

-- Drink if anyone on stage is drunker than you are.

That should about take you to the first commercial break, before you completely pass out in a puddle of your own beer vomit.
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'Glee' sets tone at Golden Globes

'Glee' sets tone at Golden Globes
Fox's freshman comedy "Glee" broke the industry's TV awards-show gridlock, overthrowing two-time winner "30 Rock" at the 67th annual Golden Globes Awards on Sunday.

"Glee" won the Globes' suddenly appropriately titled "comedy or musical" series category, taking home the award along with fellow freshman series winner Julianna Margulies for CBS' legal drama "The Good Wife."

"I would like to thank all the wonderful people who actually thought a musical would work on primetime television," "Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy said. "This show is about a lot of things, it's about the importance of arts education. This is for anybody and everybody who got a wedgie in high school."

"30 Rock" and "Mad Men" have ruled the series categories at the Globes and Emmys in recent years, with "Mad Men" scoring another best drama award Sunday night.

"I am very surprised," "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner said. "Television is amazing right now. My TiVo is burned out.
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Video: Hollywood Helps Haiti While Gearing Up for Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the organization behind the Golden Globes, is doing their part to help those in Haiti. The group donated $100,000 to Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti relief fund and the awards show's gifting suite, Hollywood Helping Haiti Golden Globes Lounge, is calling on celebs to support the cause. This goes along with the theme of this year's award ceremony, "Making our Globe Golden for the Golden Globes." Those who want to help can text "Haiti" to "90999" to donate $10 to the Red Cross. "The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards," hosted by comedian Ricky Gervais, will air live January 17 on NBC.

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Chris Jacobs Offers Up His Golden Globe Award Picks

"The Insider" panelist Chris Jacobs is suited up for the Golden Globes and is revealing on "The Insider" set his choice for Best Motion Picture and more! This will be Chris' first time at the highly anticipated awards show and he tells director Miguel Enciso that he's most looking forward to meeting Jessica Alba. "I'm a big fan of hers," he admits. As for what film he thinks should take home a Golden Globe, Chris gives director Kathryn Bigelow's 'Hurt Locker' a glowing recommendation. "Go see 'Hurt Locker,' it's amazing." Chris will join Lara Spencer and Niecy Nash at the awards show. Hosted by funny-man Ricky Gervais, The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards will air live January 17 on NBC from the Beverly Hilton.

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Hollywood Foreign Press Donates $100,000 to Haiti Relief

Hollywood Foreign Press Donates $100,000 to Haiti Relief
Wyclef Jean asked for help, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is extending its collective hand. The group, which is behind this Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, announced Thursday that it is assisting in the rescue and relief effort now taking place in Haiti, which was devastated Tuesday by a 7.0 earthquake. In its statement, the organization said, "The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is announcing at the Golden Globes that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Foundation is donating $100,000 to Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti relief fund for the victims of the Haiti earthquake." Also supporting the nation hit by disaster are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie,
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