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GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS 2013




THE GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS

JAN 13, 2013 -  SUNDAY 8:00 - NBC


Tina Fey & Amy Poehler, hosts

LINKS

THE GOLDEN GLOBES OFFICIAL SITE


NBC'S GOLDEN GLOBES SITE


UPDATE: Sunday 1/13 11:00.

Argo, Les Miz, and Homeland were big winners.  Daniel Day Lewis took the only award for Lincoln. Lena Dunham, creator of Girls, won both as actress and for the show itself. 

Django Unchained, and Game Change were multiple winners.

Jennifer Lawrence won here for Silver Linings Playbook, after winning for Hunger Games at the People's Choice Awards.
 
Amy and Tina were great hosts, but they did less and less as the show went on.  More and more would have been much better.

Surprise presenter President Clinton gave a brilliant endorsement of Lincoln.

Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig were very funny.

Thank-you's are boring.

Too many repeats of the same ad by Sofia for Pepsi.

What was Jodie Foster talking about?

Winners Lena Dunham (Girls) and Don Cheadle (House of Lies) both drew attention away from the Season Premiere's of their own shows. Juliana Margolies competed with a new episode of Good Wife.  Why did the stations do such dumb programming --  instead of waiting a week?

All in all it was a fun show.  It seems like a great party to really be there!

For more awards, check out our MOVIE AWARDS CALENDAR 2013
http://qporit.blogspot.com/2013/01/movie-awards-calendar-2013.html



HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL NOTES:
>> The Golden Globe Awards are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press.
>> NBC's team will host the Red Carpet beginning at 7:00 (EST).
>> Jodie Foster will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award (for "outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment".
>> Francesca Eastwood will be the "Official Miss Golden Globes" . (This honor is traditionally given to a beautiful daughter of some very famous actor.) 

Here is the complete list of nominees and winners:

1. Best Motion Picture  -  Drama
 -  "Argo"
 -  "Django Unchained"
 -  "Life Of Pi"
 -  "Lincoln"
 -  "Zero Dark Thirty"

2. Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture  -  Drama
 -  Jessica Chastain  -   "Zero Dark Thirty"
 -  Marion Cotillard   -  "Rust And Bone"
 -  Helen Mirren  -  "Hitchcock"
 -  Naomi Watts  -  "The Impossible"
 -  Rachel Weisz   -  "The Deep Blue Sea"

3. Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture  -  Drama
 -  Daniel Day-Lewis  -  "Lincoln"
 -  Richard Gere  -  "Arbitrage"
 -  John Hawkes  -  "The Sessions"
 -  Joaquin Phoenix   -  "The Master"
 -  Denzel Washington   -   "Flight"

4. Best Motion Picture  -  Comedy Or Musical
 -  "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"
 -  "Les Miserables"  
-  "Moonrise Kingdom"
 -  "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen"
 -  "Silver Linings Playbook"

5. Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture  -  Comedy Or Musical
 -  Emily Blunt   -  "Salmon Fishing In The Yemen"
 -  Judi Dench  -  "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"
 -  Jennifer Lawrence  -  "Silver Linings Playbook"
 -  Maggie Smith  -  "Quartet"
 -  Meryl Streep  -  "Hope Springs"

6. Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture  -  Comedy Or Musical

 -  Jack Black  -  "Bernie"
 -  Bradley Cooper  -  "Silver Linings Playbook"
 -  Hugh Jackman  -  "Les Miserables"
 -  Ewan Mcgregor  -  "Salmon Fishing In The Yemen"
 -  Bill Murray  -   "Hyde Park On Hudson"

7. Best Animated Feature Film

 -  "Brave"
 -  "Frankenweenie"
 -  "Hotel Transylvania"
 -  "Rise of the Guardians"
 -  "Wreck-It Ralph"

8. Best Foreign Language Film
 -  "Amour" (Austria)
 -  "Aroyalaffair" (Denmark)
 -  "The Intouchables" (France)
 -  "Kon-Tiki" (Norway/Uk/Denmark)
 -  "Rust And Bone" (France)

9. Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture
 -  Amy Adams   -  "The Master"
 -  Sally Field   -   "Lincoln"
 -  Anne Hathaway   -  "Les Miserables"
 -  Helen Hunt  -  "The Sessions"
 -  Nicole Kidman  -  "The Paperboy"

10. Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture

 -  Alan Arkin   -   "Argo"
 -  Leonardo Dicaprio  -  "Django Unchained"
 -  Philip Seymour Hoffman  -  "The Master"
 -  Tommy Lee Jones  -  "Lincoln"
 -  Christoph Waltz  -  "Django Unchained"

11. Best Director  -  Motion Picture
 -  Ben Affleck   -   "Argo"
 -  Kathryn Bigelow  -   "Zero Dark Thirty"
 -  Ang Lee  -  "Life Of Pi"
 -  Steven Spielberg  -  "Lincoln"
 -  Quentin Tarantino  -  "Django Unchained"

12. Best Screenplay  -  Motion Picture
 -  Mark Boal  -  "Zero Dark Thirty"
 -  Tony Kushner   -  "Lincoln"
 -  David O. Russell  -  "Silver Linings Playbook"
 -  Quentin Tarantino  -  "Django Unchained"
 -  Chris Terrio   -  "Argo"

13. Best Original Score  -  Motion Picture

 -  Mychael Danna   -   "Life Of Pi"
 -  Alexandre Desplat   -  "Argo"
 -  Dario Marianelli   -  "Anna Karenina"
 -  Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek, F. Reinhold Heil   -  "Cloud Atlas"
 -  John Williams   -  "Lincoln"

14. Best Original Song  -  Motion Picture

 -  "For You” — "Act Of Valor" - Music By: Monty Powell, Keith Urban Lyrics By: Monty Powell, Keith Urban

 -  "Not Running Anymore” — "Stand Up Guys" - Music By: Jon Bon Jovi Lyrics By: Jon Bon Jovi

 -  "Safe & Sound” — "The Hunger Games" - Music By: Taylor Swift, John Paul White, Joy Williams, T Bone Burnett Lyrics By: Taylor Swift, John Paul White, Joy Williams, T Bone Burnett

 -  "Skyfall” —  "Skyfall" - Music By: Adele, Paul Epworth Lyrics By: Adele, Paul Epworth

 -  "Suddenly” — "Les Miserables" - Music By: Claude-Michel SchonbergLyrics By: Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schonberg

15. Best Television Series  -  Drama
 -  "Breaking Bad"  -  AMC
 -  "Boardwalk Empire"  -  HBO
 -  "Downton Abbey:" Season 2  -  PBS
 -  "Homeland"  -  Showtime
 -  "The Newsroom"  -  HBO

16. Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series  -  Drama

 -  Connie Britton  -  "Nashville"
 -  Glenn Close   -  "Damages"
 -  Claire Danes   -  "Homeland"
 -  Michelle Dockery  -  "Downton Abbey:" Season 2
 -  Julianna Margulies   -  "The Good Wife"

17. Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series  -  Drama
 -  Steve Buscemi   -  "Boardwalk Empire"
 -  Bryan Cranston   -  "Breaking Bad"
 -  Jeff Daniels  -  "The Newsroom"
 -  Jon Hamm  -  "Mad Men"
 -  Damian Lewis  -  "Homeland"

18. Best Television Series  -  Comedy Or Musical

 -  "The Big Bang Theory"  -  CBS
 -  "Episodes"   -  Showtime
 -  "Girls"   -  HBO
 -  "Modern Family "  -   ABC
 -  "Smash"  -  NBC

19. Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series  -  Comedy Or Musical
 -  Zooey Deschanel  -  "New Girl"
 -  Julia Louis-Dreyfus   -  "Veep"
 -  Lena Dunham   -  "Girls"
 -  Tina Fey   -  "30 Rock"
 -  Amy Poehler  -  "Parks And Recreation"

20. Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series  -  Comedy Or Musical
 -  Alec Baldwin  -  "30 Rock"
 -  Don Cheadle   -  "House Of Lies"
 -  Louis C.K.   -   "Louie"
 -  Matt Leblanc  -  "Episodes"
 -  Jim Parsons   -  "The Big Bang Theory"

21. Best Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
 -  "Game Change"  -  HBO
 -  "The Girl"   -   HBO
 -  "Hatfields & McCoys"   -  History
 -  "The Hour"   -  BBC America
 -  "Political Animals"  -  USA Network

22. Best Performance By An Actress In A Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
 -  Nicole Kidman   -  "Hemingway & Gellhorn"
 -  Jessica Lange  -  "American Horror Story: Asylum"
 -  Sienna Miller   -  "The Girl"
 -  Julianne Moore   -  "Game Change"
 -  Sigourney Weaver   -  "Political Animals"

23. Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
 -  Kevin Costner   -  "Hatfields & McCoys"
 -  Benedict Cumberbatch  -  "Sherlock" (Masterpiece)
 -  Woody Harrelson  -  "Game Change"
 -  Toby Jones  -  "The Girl"
 -  Clive Owen   -  "Hemingway & Gellhorn"

24. Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
 -  Hayden Panettiere   -  "Nashville"
 -  Archie Panjabi   -  "The Good Wife"
 -  Sarah Paulson  -  "Game Change"
 -  Maggie Smith  -  "Downton Abbey: "Season 2
 -  Sofia Vergara   -  "Modern Family"

25. Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television
 -  Max Greenfield   -   "New Girl"
 -  Ed Harris   -   "Game Change"
 -  Danny Huston  -  "Magic City"
 -  Mandy Patinkin  -   "Homeland"
 -  Eric Stonestreet  -  "Modern Family"

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