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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.
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...
January 11, 2014 | By Christy Khoshaba
It's here! The first major awards show of the year has arrived. Of course, we're talking the Golden Globes. Broadcasting live at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET) Sunday on NBC from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, the 71st Golden Globes will recognize excellence in film and television in the year 2013. The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. (HFPA) takes the helm, as it is the one that bestows the shiny accolades upon Tinseltown's best. So who are the voters that make up this association?
January 10, 2014 | By Oliver Gettell
Leonardo DiCaprio will be pulling double duty at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, as a nominee and now as a presenter. Alongside "The Wolf of Wall Street" star, who is up for best actor in a musical or comedy, Drew Barrymore has also been tapped to hand out a prize. DiCaprio and Barrymore join previously announced presenters Ben Affleck, Kevin Bacon, Julie Bowen, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., Jimmy Fallon, Colin Farrell, Tom Hanks, Chris Hemsworth, Mila Kunis, Jennifer Lawrence, Melissa McCarthy, Channing Tatum, Uma Thurman, Emma Watson and Reese Witherspoon, among others.
January 9, 2014 | By Oliver Gettell
Pound for pound, the relatively few members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. are some of the most powerful folks in show business come award season. Snicker all you want, but even if the Golden Globe Awards handed out by the HFPA don't match the Academy Awards in prestige, they do generate plenty of buzz, draw significant ratings and often serve as predictors of Oscar sentiment. And unlike the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which contains roughly 6,000 voting members, the HFPA's influence is concentrated in the hands of fewer than 100 people, meaning each of their Globe votes for carries a disproportionate amount of weight.
January 9, 2014 | By Randy Lewis
Should we brace ourselves for Billboard's Hot 30 Music Biz Rumors chart? Who knows, but expect significant changes soon with this week's announcement that  Hollywood Reporter editorial director Janice Min will take the helm at Billboard as well, in her new post as co-president and chief creative officer of Guggenheim Media's Entertainment Group. Billboard's previous editorial director, Bill Werde, who assumed that title in 2008, announced on his blog that he was leaving, saying, “Mine has been an amazing seat from which to watch the entertainment business evolve.
January 9, 2014 | By Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times Theater Critic
Here's a modest proposal for the Golden Globe Awards telecast Sunday night: Make the presenters wear tragic masks when reading the nominations in the drama categories and comic masks when reading the nominations in the musical/comedy categories. That way we'll have a better chance of keeping the knuckleheaded division straight this year. How else are we to remember that "Inside Llewyn Davis," a somewhat downbeat picaresque adventure from the Coen brothers, is competing as a comedy, while "Philomena," a real-life morality tale masquerading as a chuckling odd couple comedy, is contending as a drama?
January 8, 2014 | By Oliver Gettell
Sixteen years after Matt Damon and Ben Affleck first won their Golden Globes, for co-writing "Good Will Hunting," the two stars will again take the stage - this time separately, as presenters. Damon and Affleck join previously announced presenters Kevin Bacon, Julie Bowen, Robert Downey Jr., Jimmy Fallon, Colin Farrell, Tom Hanks, Chris Hemsworth, Mila Kunis, Jennifer Lawrence, Melissa McCarthy, Uma Thurman and Reese Witherspoon, among others. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, whose hosting efforts were well received last year, will reprise their duties at the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.
December 26, 2013 | By Amy Kaufman
"How are your kids, hon?" a woman asked Julia Roberts after stopping the actress on a Pacific Palisades sidewalk. She was a familiar neighborhood face to Roberts, and so the two caught up for a few minutes, hugged and parted ways. Here, in the tony enclave populated with Pilates studios and juice bars, this is how most people relate to Roberts - as a neighborhood mom. Someone who hides her makeup-less face behind Ray Bans while running errands; sets an alarm on her phone so she remembers to feed the meter; wears a neon-colored rubber band bracelet because her daughter made it for her. "The kind of energy I attract is very calm," said Roberts, 46, settling in for lunch at an empty local cafe.
December 12, 2013 | By Amy Kaufman
Don't get him wrong: Even after more than 50 years in the business, Robert Redford was thrilled early Thursday to hear he was nominated for a Golden Globe award. But that didn't mean he was ready to let the news interrupt his sleep schedule. When news broke that Redford had received a nod for his nearly silent performance in the survival drama "All Is Lost," his publicist immediately gave him a call at his home in Santa Fe. He said was pleased, but he would be going back to bed. A few hours later, however, he was ready to face the press, insisting he never saw the recognition coming.
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