December 21, 1999 |
In a wide open awards year, a quirky, ironic film helmed by a British theater director and written by a newcomer garnered the most nods Monday when the 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards nominations were announced in Beverly Hills. DreamWorks SKG's "American Beauty" got six nominations--the most ever for the studio--including best motion picture (drama), best director, best actress and actor (drama) and best screenplay. Disney's "The Insider" and Paramount/Miramax's "The Talented Mr.
January 16, 2010
'The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards' Where: NBC When: 5 p.m. Sunday Rating: Not rated
January 27, 1986 |
Drum roll, klieg lights and appropriately melodramatic music, please. Cue announcer: "Live from Beverly Hills, it's the 43rd annual Golden Globes post-game show!" Cue host: Thanks for tuning in. As you may know, for years now the Golden Globes, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., have been the ugly ducklings of the annual awards derby that culminates in March with Oscar night.
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January 17, 2007 |
Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton plans to get tough on medical marijuana dispensaries. So perhaps it was a good thing that the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. changed his seating arrangements at Monday's 64th annual Golden Globe Awards. Bratton had been scheduled to sit with the cast of "Weeds," the Showtime comedy starring Mary-Louise Parker about a pot-selling suburban soccer mom.
January 23, 1995
Following is a list of the winners of the 52nd Golden Globe awards: Motion Pictures Drama: "Forrest Gump." Musical comedy: "The Lion King." Actress, drama: Jessica Lange, "Blue Sky." Actor, drama: Tom Hanks, "Forrest Gump." Actress, musical-comedy: Jamie Lee Curtis, "True Lies." Actor, musical-comedy: Hugh Grant, "Four Weddings and a Funeral." Foreign language film: "Farinelli." Supporting actress, drama: Dianne Wiest, "Bullets Over Broadway." Supporting actor, drama: Martin Landau, "Ed Wood."
January 24, 1988 |
Cher, the dowdy widow who falls in love with the wrong man in "Moonstruck," and Robin Williams, the manic disc jockey in "Good Morning, Vietnam," won Golden Globe awards Saturday night as top stars in a movie musical or comedy. The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. gave its supporting performers awards to Olympia Dukakis, the feisty mother in "Moonstruck," and Sean Connery, the incorruptible policeman in "The Untouchables."