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Golden Globe Awards

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  • Golden Globes nominations: Listen to the 5 original song nominees

    Golden Globes nominations: Listen to the 5 original song nominees
    Lurking among the movie and television stars receiving Golden Globes nominations Thursday morning are a handful of musical acts, including Taylor Swift, Coldplay and Justin Timberlake (who, depending on the day, qualifies as a movie star as well). They'...
  • A hot script, sent to the Hollywood back burner

    A hot script, sent to the Hollywood back burner
    Hollywood can be a place of short-lived ambition. Audiences crave a sequel or reprise until they see the sequel or reprise. ("Arrested Development," anyone?) Studios want a hot script until someone else gets that hot script, then they never wanted it in...
  • Beyonce Discreetly Releases Album, Breaks the Internet

    While you were catching up on sleep from Golden Globe nomination morning, watching Scandal, writing your letter to Santa, questioning the trajectory of "Homeland," etc., Beyonce casually dropped an album on iTunes and caused the internet to implode. Now,...
  • TV ratings: 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Scandal' rise with fall finales

    TV ratings: 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Scandal' rise with fall finales
    "Scandal" viewers learned the truth about Olivia Pope's mother Thursday night, and it looks like there were plenty of them. "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy" had their midseason finales on ABC, and both series saw lifts in their total audiences and among key...
  • Oscar-Contending Films Capture Many Moods of New York City

    From the romantic quirkiness of "Annie Hall" to the Machiavellian ladder-climbing of "Wall Street" to the gritty desperation of "Dog Day Afternoon," New York has long served as a character in cinematic storytelling. But, as a slew of this year's awards-...
  • 'House of Cards' trailer - 'And the butchery begins'

    'House of Cards' trailer - 'And the butchery begins'
    Ok, I'm amped up for season two of Baltimore-made "House of Cards" after seeing this tease. The political thriller, which led all TV series with four Golden Globes nominations announced yesterday, arrives on Feb. 14 in all its binge-viewing glory....
  • Watch 'House of Cards' Season 2 Extended Trailer from Netflix (VIDEO)

    Netflix posted an extended trailer for the second season of political thriller "House of Cards," which ends with the tagline: "And the butchery begins." The Internet-video leader posted the two-minute trailer a day after "House of Cards" notched four...
  • Beware of 'Smaug.' 'SNL' makes push to hire black women.

    Beware of 'Smaug.' 'SNL' makes push to hire black women.
    After the coffee. Before pretending to do important things today. The Skinny: Caught a classic episode of "The Sopranos" last night. I think everyone anointing "Breaking Bad" the greatest drama ever needs to revisit Season 1 "The Sopranos." Friday's...
  • Steve McQueen among finalists for Hugo Boss art award

    Steve McQueen among finalists for Hugo Boss art award
    Steve McQueen has been garnering critical praise and various accolades for his movie "12 Years a Slave," including a Golden Globe nomination on Thursday for best director. This week it was announced that the video artist-turned-filmmaker is up for another...
  • Australian Awards Laud 'American Hustle'

    HONG KONG -- The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts has given pride of place in its international awards category to David O. Russell's "American Hustle." The picture was nominated in seven categories, including best film, ahead of "12 Years...
  • Susan Sarandon stoned at awards shows? Yes, but not at the Oscars

    Susan Sarandon stoned at awards shows? Yes, but not at the Oscars
    Susan Sarandon has an award-season trick in her arsenal: pot. The Oscar-nominated actress stopped by Bravo's late-night gab fest "Watch What Happens Live!" along with actor Ralph Fiennes when host Andy Cohen enlisted her in a game of "Plead the Fifth,"...