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The only preannounced award at Sunday night's (January 13) Golden Globes, Jodie Foster's Cecil B. Demille Award for a lifetime of achievement, made a very unexpected turn when the Academy Award-winning actress and director took an opportunity to address her life-long struggles with living in the public eye, especially when it comes to her sexuality.
After an introduction from Robert Downey Jr., Foster's speech began with a high-energy "Saturday Night Live" quote. "I'm 50! I'm 50!" she shouted triumphantly. Get More »
In the span of their seven minute opening monologue, they managed to sneak in a few mildly amusing jokes, a couple of eyebrow-raisers and one real zinger.
The 2013 Golden Globes: Last night, at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's 70th annual awards bash, we laughed, we cried, we, well...drank. Co-hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey proved to be smart picks to shepherd audiences in-house and at-home through the three-hour ceremony, and the awards show's legendary open bar did not disappoint.
Weird moments and hilarity flowed as freely last night as the Moet stocked at the celebs' tables, and how better to relive those moments than in meme form? Below, check out nine of our favorite Golden Globes moments, meme-ified. In the wise words of early-2000s emo band Fall Out Boy, Thnks fr th Mmrs, guys.
1. Anne Hathaway is visited by the Ghost of Oscars Past
The 70th annual Golden Globe Awards were presented live Sunday evening and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association had a message for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: "Argo" f*ck yourself!
Yes, not only did "Argo" take home the award for Best Motion Picture Drama, but "Argo's" Ben Affleck also won Best Director after being shockingly left off the list of Oscar nominees for Best Director just last week. Get More »
Awards season: It's a time for us to come together and celebrate our favorite artists. It's a time for us to parade our nerdy know-how and feel superior ("What, you haven't seen "Amour"?).
Most of all, it's a time to toss back some stiff drinks with good friends.
The Golden Globes ceremony is the only major awards show that offers its attendees — the best and brightest of film and television — a sit-down dinner and an open bar, making it one of the more hilarious televised events of the year. Where else can you see a shwasted starlet, a famed director picking bits of spinach salad out of his teeth and Lena Dunham's boobs? (They're everywhere these days.)
It seems only right that us plebeians watching from home get in on the fun and bend a few elbows ourselves. Get More »
The Hollywood Foreign Press announced their nominations for the 2013 Golden Globe Awards earlier today, but that announcement may have been overshadowed by some even bigger Golden Globes news, as new hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey released their first teaser ad for the ceremony.
All we can say is, Ricky who? Get More »
The nominations for the 2013 Golden Globes were announced earlier today and in the dramatic categories it was "Lincoln" and "Django Unchained" leading the way, while the comedy/musical side of things was dominated by "Les Misérables" and "Silver Linings Playbook."
Joining "Lincoln" and "Django" in the race for Best Motion Picture Drama are "Argo," "Life of Pi" and "Zero Dark Thirty." "Les Misérables" and "Silver Linings Playbook," meanwhile, will be competing against "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" and "Moonrise Kingdom" for Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.
For a full rundown of this year's nominees, including all the acting categories, head to Film.com.
Well, we just got about a thousand times more excited about next year's Golden Globes.
The producers of the awards ceremony have apparently decided the show needs a woman's touch as Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are set to co-host the 70th Annual Golden Globes, according to Deadline.
The lady comedians will be taking over the gig from Ricky Gervais, who hosted the awards show the past three years (often to much morning-after controversy due to his particularly unpredictable and confrontational style of comedy). Get More »