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December 19, 2003
Golden Globes: Nominations in movies and television are announced. Cold Mountain garners the most with eight nominations.
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January 12, 2014
Though it came into Sunday's Golden Globes awards as the leading TV series with four nominations, the Baltimore-shot series "House of Cards" quickly buckled under the weight of "Breaking Bad. " But star Robin Wright snapped up the best drama actress for her work as the scheming Claire Underwood. It was a banner weekend for Wright, who also just got engaged to actor Ben Foster. The Netflix production and cast members Kevin Spacey and Corey Stoll lost in their contests for best drama series (to "Breaking Bad")
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2013
Stacy Keibler proved she's still very much with George Clooney, walking the red carpet arm in arm with him Sunday evening at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards. Keibler, who has been dating the A-lister for more than a year now, looked refined -- perhaps even sedate -- in a black Armani Prive gown and slick, straight hair. • See pictures of George Clooney and Stacy Keibler on the red carpet. It was a big night for Clooney. "Argo," which Clooney co-produced, won best dramatic film.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2013
Baltimore-made "Veep" and "House of Cards," and stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Kevin Spacey came up big in Golden Globe nominations announced Thursday. Dreyfus was nominated as best actress both in film and TV comedy by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The film nomination came for her work in "Enough Said," while the TV nod was for "Veep," the HBO political satire that features Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President Selina Meyer, "House of Cards," the Netflix political thriller, picked up four major nominations.
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By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
Christmas may actually be 11 days away but nerds are getting their gifts early today. Last night, Google released their popular (and relatively danger-free) Google Maps app on the Apple App Store. The wonky and much ridiculed Apple version is still the default but having a built-in Google Maps will have its advantages -- it's already the top downloaded free app. And later tonight, the first installment of "The Hobbit " will be released in theaters. The reviews are in and while they aren't ecstatic, they are encouraging.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2014
Though it came into Sunday's Golden Globes awards as the leading TV series with four nominations, the Baltimore-shot series "House of Cards" quickly buckled under the weight of "Breaking Bad. " But star Robin Wright snapped up the best drama actress for her work as the scheming Claire Underwood. It was a banner weekend for Wright, who also just got engaged to actor Ben Foster. The Netflix production and cast members Kevin Spacey and Corey Stoll lost in their contests for best drama series (to "Breaking Bad")
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By John Kehoe and John Kehoe,New York Times News Service | January 15, 1994
The spectacle of an old rogue still energetically plying his craft is somehow deeply charming. So it is with the 51st presentation of the Golden Globe awards, which will be broadcast live on the TBS cable network at 10 tonight.In the overly solemn awards-giving business, the Golden Globes have a refreshing, even goofy, appeal. Yet conventional wisdom has it that the Golden Globes are a bellwether for the Oscars. Beyond the spectacle of a room full of famous people handing one another oddly shaped statuettes, the Golden Globes offer proof of a singular show business rule: No one cares if the deck is stacked as long as the show delivers.
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By Los Angeles Times | December 30, 1992
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- The military courtroom drama "A Few Good Men," starring Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson, led in nominations for the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards, announced yesterday. The Rob Reiner-directed film received nods in five key categories, including best dramatic motion picture, actor, supporting actor, director and screenwriter.Walt Disney Pictures' animated feature "Aladdin" also received five nominations -- best motion picture comedy or musical category and four for its critically praised song score.
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By Rachel Abramowitz and Rachel Abramowitz,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 14, 2007
From the cover Globes: all questions, no answers So the 82 voting members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association have punted. They're either unable or unwilling to designate any sort of Oscar frontrunner and so have nominated as many as 12 films for either best drama or comedy, for the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards. Sprinkling their gold dust everywhere, the group handed out nominations for dramas, seven in all, for films such as Atonement, the World War II tale of love thwarted by a child's overactive imagination, to Ridley Scott's ode to drug lords, American Gangster, to the Coen brothers' violent modern-day Western No Country for Old Men. And there were the five nominees in the musical or comedy category, including Sweeney Todd, based on the Sondheim musical about a barbarous barber; Hairspray, based on the John Waters film and Broadway play; the unplanned pregnancy comedy, Juno - and on and on. Some of the films, like Across the Universe and Charlie Wilson's War, haven't set the critics afire, but what does that matter, when Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks can be nominated and invited to the party?
ENTERTAINMENT
January 22, 2004
Last week's question Have you kept your New Year's resolutions? 65.2 percent I don't make resolutions (15 votes) 13 percent Yes, so far (3 vote) 8.7 percent I broke them the next day (2 votes) 8.7 percent Sort of (2 votes) 4.3 percent I broke them within the week (1 vote) 0 percent Of course (0 votes) 23 total votes Question of the week: Which movie do you think will win the most Golden Globes? "Cold Mountain" "Lost in Translation" "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" "Monster" "Mystic River" Other I don't care What are the Golden Globes?
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
Michelle Obama first showed up in them during the inauguration. Jessica Biel has worn them most of the year. Kerry Washington heated up the Golden Globes red carpet with them. And Rachel Zoe took Mercedes- Benz Fashion Week by storm with them. Lots of celebrities and A-listers seem to be sporting bangs these days. The look, of course, is not revolutionary. Hairstylist Tiki Spruill of About Faces Day Spa & Salon in Canton says the trend goes back to fashion icon Audrey Hepburn in the 1950s, giving the look both a classic feel and a fashion-forward sensibility.
BUSINESS
January 14, 2013
Justin Timberlake has released a small slice of his next album, "The 20/20 Experience," causing the New York Times to spin in circles spouting wardrobe puns. Also catching the Internet's eye over the weekend and this morning: Free speech advocate Aaron Swartz committed suicide after what friends and relatives say was a devastating smear campaign, the Ravens will be playing the Patriots for a conference championship, Quentin Tarantino is not afraid of controversy and there are shiny new things in Detroit.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2013
Stacy Keibler proved she's still very much with George Clooney, walking the red carpet arm in arm with him Sunday evening at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards. Keibler, who has been dating the A-lister for more than a year now, looked refined -- perhaps even sedate -- in a black Armani Prive gown and slick, straight hair. • See pictures of George Clooney and Stacy Keibler on the red carpet. It was a big night for Clooney. "Argo," which Clooney co-produced, won best dramatic film.
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By Dave Rosenthal | December 13, 2012
The Golden Globe nominees have a heavy literary bent this year, with a large number of adaptations featured in the key categories. Just consider the two "best picture" categories, which draw from novels and non-fiction books that have topped the best-seller lists -- or, in some cases, were sleepers that will draw many more readers now. (I, for one, can't wait to read more about the historic background behind "Lincoln. ") Here's a quick summary of some leading adaptations (and one movie tie-in)
BUSINESS
By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
Christmas may actually be 11 days away but nerds are getting their gifts early today. Last night, Google released their popular (and relatively danger-free) Google Maps app on the Apple App Store. The wonky and much ridiculed Apple version is still the default but having a built-in Google Maps will have its advantages -- it's already the top downloaded free app. And later tonight, the first installment of "The Hobbit " will be released in theaters. The reviews are in and while they aren't ecstatic, they are encouraging.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Chris Kaltenbach and Baltimore Sun reporter | December 13, 2012
Overall, the Golden Globe nominations proved kind to made-in-Baltimore productions. HBO's political drama "Game Change" -- the story of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's 2008 vice-presidential run -- earned the most TV nominations with five: best TV movie or mini-series; best actress in a TV movie or mini-series (Julianne Moore); best actor in a TV movie or mini-series (Woody Harrelson); best supporting actress in a TV movie, series or mini-series (Sarah Paulson); and best supporting actor in a TV movie, series or mini-series (Ed Harris)
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | March 23, 1997
I stopped paying attention to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' annual awards presentation on TV years ago. But I might watch tomorrow night -- if only because I'm curious to find out if the movie "Shine" wins an Oscar.The Australian-made "Shine," which was filmed on a shoestring budget, became a surprise hit when it was released late last year and has been nominated in seven categories, including best picture. The film tells the "real-life" story of the pianistDavid Helfgott (portrayed by Geoffrey Rush, who has been nominated for a best actor award)
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By John-John Williams IV and The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2012
Stacy Keibler parted ways with the colorful frocks, which have brought her red carpet success this awards season, and opted for a rose gold Marchesa gown that left one Baltimore fashionista gushing. "You can't go wrong with Marchesa," said Zoey Washington, head of LittleBird, a Baltimore-based styling and image consulting business for teens. "What's so wonderful about the look is that even if he (George Clooney) doesn't win, he's walking away with a gold trophy. " Keibler, a Baltimore native, who is Clooney's main squeeze, accompanied the best actor nominee in an a symmetrical one-shoulder gown that gathered at the hip with a flowery embellishment.
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By David Zurawik | david.zurawik@baltsun.com and Sun TV Critic | April 2, 2010
Carol Burnett wants to make one thing perfectly clear about her appearance Saturday night at the Lyric Opera House in Baltimore. "I want everybody to know that the show is about questions and answers," she said in a telephone interview last week. "I want to stress that I'm not getting up there and doing sketches or songs or anything like that. I just come out and show a few clips of some of the favorite old questions and answers on our show, and then we just bump up the lights, and for 90 minutes, we wing it."
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