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January 13, 2014 | By Oliver Gettell
With its three hours of wall-to-wall sex, drugs and greed, Martin Scorsese and Leonard DiCaprio's "The Wolf of Wall Street" has sparked debate over its artistic merit , polarized audiences and even caused a minor row at an academy screening. But at the freewheeling Golden Globe Awards ceremony Sunday night, all that bad behavior provided something else--ample material for wisecracks and one-liners. Though the film won just one award, a best actor in a comedy or musical for Leonardo DiCaprio, its presence loomed much larger.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 13, 2014 | By Scott Collins
This Tina Fey-Amy Poehler thing may be working out for the Golden Globes. Sunday's 71st Golden Globe Awards on NBC soared to the show's highest ratings in 10 years, with 20.9 million total viewers, according to Nielsen. Co-hosting for the second year in a row were Fey and Poehler, two former "Saturday Night Live" stars who went on to successful NBC sitcoms and have been credited with reviving the Globes broadcast after several years of lackluster ratings. Poehler even earned a best actress prize -- her first Globe -- for her work on the comedy "Parks and Recreation.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2014 | By Mark Olsen
Leonardo DiCaprio won the Golden Globe for lead actor in a comedy or musical motion picture for his full-throttle performance as high-flying stockbroker Jordan Belfort in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street. " "This is an incredible, incredible honor," said DiCaprio noting the other nominees as "my fellow comedians. " DiCaprio beat out Bruce Dern's turn as an aged curmudgeon in "Nebraska," Christian Bale's pudgy con man in "American Hustle," Joaquin Phoenix's futuristic lonely heart in "Her" and Oscar Isaac's downbeat folk singer in "Inside Llewyn Davis.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2014 | By Jessica Gelt
Kevin Spacey says the Netflix original series "House of Cards" could have been "the dud heard around the world. " But thanks to the creative freedom Netflix gave to its sprawling political drama, the show was a hit instead. The show made television history in September when it took the Emmy for best drama, effectively launching the world of streaming-only TV into the stratosphere and igniting an original-programming race among a number of online companies including Amazon and Hulu.
NEWS
January 12, 2014 | By Ellen Olivier
The event: Saturday's Art of Elysium "Heaven" Gala brought together a galaxy of stars on the eve of the Golden Globe Awards.  Designed by songwriter Linda Perry, according to her vision of heaven, the black-tie gala benefited Elysium organization and honored comedian Hayes MacArthur and actress Ali Larter of “Heroes” and “Final Destination.” The crowd: Art of Elysium, which brings the creative arts to hospitalized children, is...
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2014 | By Susan King and Rene Lynch
"12 Years a Slave" went into the 71st Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night with seven nominations but was passed over again and again. That is, until the last award of the evening, and arguably the best of them all. The harrowing portrayal of slavery in America took home the prize for best drama of 2013. The film's director, Steve McQueen, seemed surprised by the win. "Little bit in shock," said the British filmmaker, clutching the award. "I wasn't expecting it. " But the evening's biggest victor was David O. Russell's Abscam-inspired comedy, "American Hustle.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2014 | By Jessica Gelt
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" beat out some heavy-hitting favorites to emerge victorious in the race to win the Golden Globe for best comedy series on Sunday. Still in its first season, the rookie Fox show stars Andy Samberg as a childish police detective learning to deal with a strict new captain, played by Andre Braugher. Samberg also won the Golden Globe for actor in a television comedy. Sunday's surprise victory signaled a growing warmth toward the show, which has met with mixed but generally positive reviews.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2014 | By Steven Zeitchik
Awards pundits parse the Golden Globes for its Oscar meaning, gauging snubs and momentum with studious intensity. The rest of us mainly want to see a good show, or at least a speech in which Jodie Foster fake-retires. What's likely to give us that water-cooler buzz when NBC broadcasts the Hollywood Foreign Assn.'s annual fete Sunday night? Here are six strong candidates. Woody watch. It's rare any awards body, even the sometimes-wacky HFPA, gives a lifetime achievement honor to a person who won't turn up to accept it. But it will do just that with Woody Allen, who disdains awards shows and will likely be playing the clarinet somewhere instead of making his way to the Beverly Hilton on Sunday night.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2014 | By Christie D'Zurilla
The 71st annual Golden Globe Awards red carpet, to be walked by film and television players alike, is certain to deliver a huge amount of glamour and any number of surprises - and you can watch it right here as it happens. The show's presenters list alone is star-studded enough to guarantee an amazing turnout. Among those slated to hit the stage, and likely the carpet, are Ben Affleck, Sean Combs, Jessica Chastain, Orlando Bloom, Emma Stone, Paula Patton, Jim Carrey, Jonah Hill, Zoe Saldana and Chris Pine, plus nominees Matt Damon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sandra Bullock and Emma Thompson.
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