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Who Will Win Golden Globes Without Harvey Weinstein Twisting Arms?

The Golden Globes arguably have been the most susceptible to political pressure over the years, but without Harvey Weinstein twisting arms behind the scenes, this year’s awards may be the most influence free in recent memory. But that doesn’t mean politics won’t be playing a part. Overshadowing this year’s ceremony will be the #MeToo movement, which led to Weinstein’s downfall....

Has Hollywood Foreign Press Finally Cleaned Up Its Golden Globes Act?

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, (HFPA) which sponsors the Golden Globes, has long been known for its sketchy awards process, even though the national obsession with celebrity news coverage has lifted it out of the shadows. But has it really changed its act? The problem begins with the composition of the association itself....

Golden Globes 2014 Live From the Red Carpet; Watch Here!!!

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will try to rodeo runaway Hollywood egos when they host 71st Golden Globes tonight (Dec.12) from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. TheImproper’s Red Carpet Live Stream begins at 4pm Pacific and 7pm Eastern. Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr., Naomi Watts Mila Kunis and Jennifer Lawrence are all a lock to be there....

Golden Globe Nominations, Quirky as Ever, Usual Glaring Omissions

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association nominees for Golden Globe Awards, always quirky for out-of-left-field picks and glaring omissions, was true to form this morning (Dec. 12). It elevated some obscure names and films while bypassing more obvious choices. Among those included on the list were Robert Redford. The 77-year-old icon was nominated for best actor in a drama for “All Is Lost.”...
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Jennifer Lawrence Golden Globe Ushers in New Hollywood Generation

Jennifer Lawrence signaled the arrival of a new generation of actresses with her Golden Globe victory for best actress in a comedy. She shyly joked that she beat Meryl Streep for the award, but there was some universal truth in the statement. Her victory last night was over a strong field that included Emily Blunt for “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen,” Judy Dench for “Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” Maggie Smith for “Quartet” and, yes, Meryl Streep for “Hope Springs.”...

Golden Globes a Perfect Storm of Hollywood Money, Power, Greed

The Golden Globes are completely meaningless from “a scandal-riddled organization aired by a production company desperate for money on a network praying for ratings,” charges Hollywood’s ultimate insider, Nikki Finke. But the real crime is why Hollywood turns a blind eye to its shenanigans year after year. Yet, come Jan. 13 when the curtain rises on the two-hour NBC special, A-list celebrities, studio moguls, media bigwigs and Hollywood players will all be there. Stars will graciously accept awards, thank their hosts dearly and give heart-felt acceptance speeches. And that may be the real scandal. ...