I am thrilled Breaking Bad won, and Bryan Cranston..:yay- although I love House of cards..BB was better
I saw part of the opening monologue or chit chat, it was lousy. Time to nix those two as hosts..
I enjoyed the hosting banter. The other part I enjoyed was the Bacon clan introducing "Miss Golden Globe." However, I didn't enjoy Tina jumping in the middle of it with a very lame comedy bit. In the supporting actress award I was hoping the actress from Nebraska would have won. I haven't seen any of these movies yet, but there was a lovely piece on her long, long career on CBS Sunday Morning this morning.
It looks like all the A listers that were nominated showed up, except for Woody Allen who never shows up.
Emma Thompson :bowdown I love her.
I'm scratching my head over Matthew McConaughey and Amy Adams. Ah well, it's the Hollywood Foreign Press. They're an odd bunch.
ETA: Oh yeah and........ Jared Leto! :yay
I hate to say this, but the more coverage of the Golden Globes I have seen, the more Jennifer Lawrence is losing her lustre for me. Last year, I thought that her personality and attitude were so refreshing during awards season. This year, seeing the picture of her "photobombing" the Taylor Swift interview and other pictures, combined with another rambling post-award press conferenced, I'm getting kind of tired of it. I saw the photobomb live on E!, and it came across to me like she was trying to make sure all the attention was focused on her instead of Swift. Even when doing publicity, why is it such a bad thing to let someone else be in the spotlight for a moment? I also listened to her press conference back stage after she won, and even though it was very similar to last year, it felt very tired. Last year when she giggled and didn't know what to say, it seemed like it was all so new to her tha she wasn't prepared. She's been through it enough times now that she should be prepared. She can still be comfortable in her own skin and honest, but figure out how to give coherent answers. She kept on telling the press to interrupt her to stop her from talking. They are there to do a job, and that job is to get soundbites from you Jennifer. When you just ramble and try not to talk, you're making life difficult on them. I'd like to see her show just some slight signs of growing up a bit before the Oscars roll around.
I don't care. I still love Jennifer. I've seen some snotty "news" stories about her. The media just LOOOVES building people up to knock them down. She's a talented, beautiful young woman. I'd rather watch her be nervous and awkward winning an award any day over someone who's smooth and rehearsed.
I'm always amused at how big a deal the Golden Globes are made out to be. It's really just 100 people voting. The show is a big deal because celebrities love being sucked up to and given awards.....plus, they serve alcohol. It's a fun awards show to watch, but it doesn't really have any affect on the Oscars. The deadline for Oscar ballots was the 8th.
I saw side-by-side pics this morning of Drew Barrymore's goofy flower dress and Hildy's flower-covered bathroom from Trading Spaces :rofl
That's just the ballots for Oscar nominations, right? Since the nominees have not been announced yet, I would think that winners of the Globes COULD have an impact on voting for the Oscar winners. If a memeber of the academy doesn't think there's an obvious vote in a category, and one of the films has been receiving other awards, votes may go in the direciton of the winning film because voters want to be in the majority. OR, if a person wins early awards and fails to be gracious in receiving them, it could turn off votes.
I bet a lot more business gets done at the Golden Globes than the Oscars, though. What with the booze and the round tables and the close proximity, it was interesting as going and coming from commercials they showed the schmoozing taking place. It is a relaxed, but elegant (evening dress) party and show.
Lots of business does get accomplished there, and other things as well. After all, it was years ago at the Golden Globes that Calista Flockhart spilled a drink on Harrison Ford which started their relationship.
Since there are over 200 films on the nominating ballots and probably hundreds of actors, that's the tough one to get through. The final ballots go out later this month.
I was thrilled for DiCaprio :clap..he has done some really great movies. The V comment, so not needed, along with the opening remarks that sounded nasty from the girls :down
Oscars, I hope the dresses are better, nothing wowed me looking at the pics :mmm