Golden Globes 2013 Winners List and Live Blog

We’ll be live-blogging the Golden Globe Awards 2013 tonight, beginning at 8 pm ET on NBC! The boozy event, sponsored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will be co-hosted by the hilarious duo, Tina Faye and Amy Poehler.

There aren’t too many blog-related posts this year. Nashville earned a couple of nominations, including Best Actress and Supporting Actress for Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere respectively.

Smash earned a nod in the Comedy or Musical category. Glee was shut out, nevertheless, Lea Michele will be handing out an award tonight.

American Idol judge, Keith Urban co-wrote “For You,” nominated for Best Original Song. The tune is from the film Act of Valor.

HERE WE GO. Tina and Amy BOTH look gorgeous.  Whoa at  Bill Murray looking like Jed Clampett   “You can smell the pills from here!” says Amy.  And why the duo won’t be edgy tonight, “When you run afoul of the HPFA, they make you host two more times…” Amy again, “When it comes to torture, I trust the lady married for 3 years to James Cameron,” about Katharine Bigelow.

Rather than shoot a 3rd film in Boston, “Ben Affleck shot a film in Iran because he wanted a local that was friendlier to outsiders”

To Anne Hathaway about her Les Miserables role, “I have not seen anyone so alone and abandoned like that since you were onstage with James Franco at the Oscars.”


Kate Hudson  and Bradley Cooper present Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture to ChristophWaltz for Dijango Unchained. BABBLE BABBLE BABBLE.

Kerry Washington and Dennis Quaid present Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy, Miniseries, TV Movie to Maggie Smith for Downton Abbey. She’s not around to pick up her award.

Eva Longoria and Don Cheadle introduce Miss and Mr. Golden Globes! They are the kids of Clint Eastwood and  Michael J. Fox. (Michael’s son is introduced as “philanthropist.” Hm.)

They present Best Mini-Series or TV Movie to Game Change.  So the producer of Game Change is married to Susannah Hoffs?

Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie goes to Julianne Moore for Game Change. Yeah. She played Tina Fey er I mean, Sarah Palin. She thanks Tina Fey and Katie Couric. 

I have no idea what’s going on here, but it sure is hilarious. Check out T Swizzles bitch face! Proving once again that she has no sense of humor.

Katharine Zeta Jones takes the stage to preview Les Miserables, up for Best Movie.

Tina and Amy introduce the president of the HPFA with a Hunger Games joke. She asks the camera to pan the room. It does not happen immediately. She announces that she will be disappearing into “the delta twilight.” Please lady DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MAKE JOKES.

Salma Hayek and Paul Rudd (LOVES) take the stage to present Best Actor TV Series Drama to Damian Lewis for Homeland. He dedicates his award to his Mum. AWWWW.

Next, Best TV Series Drama goes to…(LONG AWKWARD PAUSE. TELEPROMPTER FAIL.  PAUL and Salma Look VERY confused. Paul IS SO CUUUTE) goes to Homeland! The cast and crew take the stage. The producer name checks a pregnant Claire Dane. Also, thanks characters that he killed off.

John Goodman and Tony Mendez (the real guy. He can’t read a teleprompter) take the stage to introduce a clip from Argo.

Jennifer Lopez and Jason Statham to present Best Original Movie Score to Mychael Danna for Life of Pi. The award was brought to the stage by International music star Yoshiki! (???)

Next Best Original Song goes to “Skyfall” by Adele! From the James Bond movie, Skyfall.  YAY. So glad it’s not Taylor Swift. SORRY NOT SORRY. Adele is freaking out on stage. It’s very adorable. She looks great.

Kiefer Sutherland and Jessica Alba present Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini Series or TV Movie to  Kevin Costner for Hatfields and McCoys. OMG Tina Fey as a joke nominee. Hilarious.  Kevin shout out to his first Golden Globes years ago when he was unknown, and Gregory Peck.

Bill Clinton takes the stage. For real! Standing ovation for the president.  He presents a clip of the Best Movie nominee, Lincoln.

Amy says, , “THAT WAS HILARY CLINTON’S HUSBAND. LOL. Tina takes the stage in character to introduce Will Ferrell and Kristin Wiig. She pronounces their names wrong. Hilarius. They both do their BEST TAYLOR SWIFT IMPRESSIONS. They present Best Actress Comedy or Musical.  It’s like they are back on SNL as they pretend to have watched each movie. /NOT.

They present the award to Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Lining Playbook.  OHHHH. She looks so pretty in a red princess dress. “I beat Meryl!” she jokes. “Harvey, thank you for killing whoever you had to kill to get me up here today.” HA.

John Krasinski and Kristen Bell present Best Supporting Actor in a Mini-Series, Musical or Made for TV Movie goes to Ed Harris for Game Change.

Jamie Foxx introduces a clip from Django Unchained

Megan Fox and Jonah Hill present Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture to Anne Hathaway for Les Miserables.   Megan wants to know if Jonah is ever going to call her back. He says no. “Blerg” says Anne, “Thanks for that word, Tina” and “Thank you for this lovely blunt object.” She’s breathless and a little overwhelmed.  Shout out to fellow nominee, Sally Field, for defying typecasting.

Robert  Pattinson presents Best Screenplay for a Motion Picture goes to Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained.  He swears he’s very very surprised.

Jeremy Irons takes the stage to introduce a clip of Best Motion Picture nominee, Salmon Fishing in the Yeoman.

Lucy Liu and Debra Messing present Television Series Comedy Or Musical to Don Cheadle for House of Lies.  Well, that was kind of a surprise, don’t you think?

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone present the award for Best Foreign Film to “Amour” from…Austria. Arnold presented. Coincidence?  Arnold and Sly were pretty awkward up there.

Lea Michele and Nathan Fillion (HAWWT) present Best Actress In A Television Series  Drama to Claire Danes for Homeland. That was NOT a surprise. It’s her 4th Golden Globe. Her first came at 15 for “My So Called Life”.  Her voice is shaking…  On her pregnancy during production, “Carrie was in fact, carrying.” Ha.

Sacha Baron Cohen takes the stage WITH A DRINK IN HAND and an exaggerated British accent. He riffs on the actors in Les Miserables. On Russel Crowe’s singing lessons “That was money well spent.”  LULZ. He presents the award for Best Animated Feature film to “Brave”.

Ian Schreiber introduces a clip from The Life of Pi

Jason Bateman carries in Aziz Ansari.    “The cast from Downton Abbey had some amazing weed backstage.” AZIZ IS A+.  Best Actress In A Television Series Comedy Or Musical to Lena Dunham for Girls. She’s very shaky and UNCOOL. She thanks a slew of people from her life. After, she ripped off her gown. JUST KIDDING.  Actually, she toddles off the stage, VERY unsteady in her shoes. She managed to avoid a face plant.

Tina and Amy are out on stage with BIG DRINKS after their loss!  “Congratulations Lena,” says Tina, “I’m glad we got you through middle school.” LULZ FOREVER. If I’m being perfectly honest. I think Amy was robbed. And, “Look how drunk Glen Close is” and “You know what Taylor Swift, you stay away from Michael J. Fox’s son”  Bet my left arm she’s NOT LAUGHING.

Robert Downey Jr. presents the Cecil B. Demille Lifetime Achievement Award to Jodi Foster (she looks beautiful, by the way). There are hamster jokes.  Jodi is slumming with Mel Gibson.  She announces that she’s 50.  She’s been in show business forever. She’s done it all. Amazing. She says she feels like “the prom queen.” She thanks the crews she has worked with. Classy.

Jodi comes OUT…as single. Ha. Ha ha ha. She says she has already done her coming out speech. Wow she’s really addressing this. Good for her.  “I already did my coming out about a thousand years ago in the Stone Age.” she says.  And then insists that she’s entitled to privacy. “I’m not Honey Boo Boo.” she says.  My reality show would be so boring” She also thanks her mom. Amazing speech. LOVE HER.

Halle Berry takes the stage to present Best Director Motion Picture.  It goes to HOMEBOY, Ben Affleck, for Argo.

Now, a clip from Best Motion Picture nominee, Moonrise Kingdom.

Jimmy Fallon (YAY) and Jay Leno (BOOOO) take the stage to present. Oh. The jokes about Jay giving up his Tonight Show seat. Sorry Jimmy, not until you can pry it out of his dead, cold hands. Maybe not even then.

They present Best TV Comedy or Musical to Girls. Lena Dunham accepts the award, with her “team”.  She’s still  having trouble in those shoes! She takes the crowd and screams.  She thanks…Chad Lowe?

Christian Bale takes the stage to introduce a clip from Best Movie Nominee, Silver Lining Playbook.

Jennifer Garner takes the stage to present an award, but first she thanks George Clooney and another guy for her husband, Ben WHO FORGOT. She presents Best Actor for a Comedy or Musical Motion Picture to Hugh Jackson for Les Miserables.  He calls his wife incredible and asks her to come on stage later if he forgets to thank anyone. HA.

Dustin Hoffman presents Best Comedy or Musical Motion Picture to Les Miserables.  Anne Hathaway is back to belatedly thank her manager. Producer is miffed he’s being played off so quick. RUNNING OUT OF TIME!

Tina and Amy introduces George Clooney thusly, “This next presenter is so good-looking, he makes young George Clooney look like garbage. Please welcome middle-aged George Clooney.”  YESSSS.  George CONGRATULATES BEN AFFLECK.  He presents Best Actress Drama in a Motion Picture to Jessica Chastain for Zero Dark 30.  SURPRISE.

Meryl Streep has the flu, so George gets to continue. Best Actor Drama in Motion Picture goes to Daniel Day Lewis for Lincoln. NOT A SURPRISE.

Julia Roberts takes the stage to present Best Motion Picture Drama to Argo!  Here comes the producer,  Ben Affleck and his cast and crew.

Winner’s List

Best Television Series Drama

Breaking Bad
Boardwalk Empire
Downton Abbey: Season 2
Homeland – WINNER
The Newsroom

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series  Drama

Connie Britton, Nashville
Glenn Close, Damages
Claire Danes, Homeland – WINNER
Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey: Season 2 -julianna Margulies, The Good Wife

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 – WINNER

Best Television Series Comedy Or Musical

The Big Bang Theory
Girls – WINNER
Modern Family

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series Comedy Or Musical

Zooey Deschanel, New Girl
Julia Louis-dreyfus, Veep
Lena Dunham, Girls – WINNER
Tina Fey, 30 Rock
Amy Poehler, Parks And Recreation

Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series Comedy Or Musical

Alec Baldwin, 30 RockD
Don Cheadle, House Of Lies – WINNER
Louis C.k., Louie
Matt Leblanc, Episodes
Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory

Best Mini-series Or Motion Picture Made For Television

Game Change – WINNER
The Girl
Hatfields & Mccoys
The Hour
Political Animals

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 – WINNER
Sigourney Weaver, Political Animals

Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-series Or Motion Picture Made For Television

Kevin Costner, Hatfields & Mccoys – WINNER
Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock
Woody Harrelson, Game Change
Toby Jones, The Girl
Clive Owen, Hemingway & Gellhorn

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 – WINNER
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family

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 – WINNER
Danny Huston, Magic City
Mandy Patinkin, Homeland
Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family


“Argo” – WINNER
“Django Unchained”
“Life of Pi”
“Zero Dark Thirty”


“Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”
“Les Miserables” – WINNER
“Moonrise Kingdom”
“Salmon Fishing in the Yemen”
“Silver Linings Playbook”


Ben Affleck (Argo) – WINNER
Kathryn Bigelow
Ang Li
Steven Spielberg
Quentin Tarantino


Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln) – WINNER
Richard Gere
John Hawkes
Joaquin Phoenix
Denzel Washington


Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark 30) – WINNER
Marion Cotillard
Helen Mirren
Naomi Watts
Richard Weisz


Emily Blunt
Judi Dench
Jennifer Lawrence  (Silver Lining Playbook) – WINNER
Maggie Smith
Meryl Streep


Jack Black
Bradley Cooper
Hugh Jackman (Les Miserables) – WINNER
Ewan McGregor
Bill Murray


Amy Adams
Sally Field
Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables) – WINNER
Helen Hunt
Nicole Kidman


Alan Arkin
Leonardo DiCaprio
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Tommy Lee Jones
Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained) – Winner


“Amour” – Austria – WINNER
“A Royal Affair”
“The Intouchables”
“Rust and Bone”


“Zero Dark Thirty”
“Django Unchained” – (Quentin Tarantino) WINNER
“Silver Linings Playbook”


Anna Karenina
Cloud Atlas
Life of Pi – WINNER


“Brave” – WINNER
“Hotel Transylvania”
“Rise of the Guardians”


“For You” – co-written by Keith Urban for “Act of Valor”
“Not Running Anymore”
“Safe and Sound”
“Skyfall” – By Adele from Skyfall – WINNER

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  • fuzzywuzzy

    Great for Keith! Bummed that I missed the award though. Was Keith there to accept it?

    ETA: Oh, good. The “bolding” just points out the Idol-related nominees, so I haven’t missed the award yet.

  • briguyx

     Keith is there, but they haven’t given out that award yet.

    And MJ, that’s not only the producer of “Game Change” but also the director. He is indeed married to Susannah, which is why she’s part of the band in the Austin Powers movies, which Jay Roach also directed…

  • MichaelG (MikhailXO)

    Negative alert!! Nicole Kidman had waaaaay too much plastic surgery. Her face looks s-c-a-r-y….

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Congrats to Adele! Love Skyfall. I wouldn’t be surprised if she wins an Oscar too.

  • mouse999

    Taylor Swift looks pissed.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    I thought that Nicole mainly had botox? Plastic surgery too? Where have I been? lol

  • lac123

    Taylor Swift is not impressed.  I love Adele because she puts all these pop stars in their place.

  • No Thanks

     Bitch couldn’t even fake being happy for anyone else.

  • Connie

    Apparently, aging gracefully is not for everyone. Natural is better in my book. Look at Betty White. She looks her age and people still love her. She is no longer skinny and people still love her. If you are any good, there is no need for all the pretense, but many believe looks and keeping up with the jones is the way to go.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Maybe, Taylor places too much importance on these awards.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell are hilarious!

  • supersonic

    Adele is going to get an Oscar.  That is awesome.  She deserves it because that is the best Bond theme in a while.

    And yes, I’m still laughing at Taylor Swift and her bitch face.  Did she really think she was going to beat Adele?  Or maybe she’s just mad that she’s been single for a whole week.

  • mouse999

    Academy Awards, look and learn. This is one fun awards show.
    And they got Bill Clinton as a presenter. WOW!

  • fuzzywuzzy

    “Adele is freaking out on stage. It’s very adorable. She looks great.”

    She does look great. Adele seems so down to earth and genuine, without any pretenses whatsoever. Her onstage banter during concerts is just hilarious!

  • lac123

    The cynic in me thinks Taylor was trying to save face with that standing O for Jennifer Lawrence b/c everyone is talking about her stank face at Adele.

  • justmefornow

    I just turned this on and Stallone & Schwarzenegger just scared the crap out of me!
    Wow, that’s some bad plastic surgery.

  • hellomusicgirl

    Loved Adele winning — she seriously cracks me up and her voice is amazing. I know some people don’t like her now since she’s like mega-popular but whatev. She has my heart.

    I laughed so much at Will Ferrell & Kristen Wiig. They get my biggest win of the night so far. Well, other than Tina and Amy but that was a given.

  • Trina

    I laughed so hard at Taylor’s bitchface.  She must have been pissed she couldnt display her phony shocked face and that she got beat by someone who could sing. I bow down to Queen Adele! Girl is gonna win that Oscar next!

  • No Thanks

    I effing LOVE Tina Fey what she just said to Taylor Swift!!!

  • fuzzywuzzy

    “Taylor Swift stay away from Michael J. Fox’s son. She needs to some “me time”


  • fuzzywuzzy

    I have a feeling that Taylor was NOT pleased by that joke (the didn’t show her laughing) lol

  • HermeticallySealed

    LOL  I had so forgotten about Bugsy Malone.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Is Jodi high? lol She’s kind of rambling.

  • Trina

    I’m guessing they didnt show Taylor’s face in response to that joke because, like she admitted when she was pissed about the Brad/Carrie joke – they dont show you when you arent laughing. IMO as more time goes by her love life is going to be more and more of a joke so she better get use to it and learn to suck it up.

  • justmefornow

    That was one babbling hot mess from Jody Foster. WTF?

  • mouse999

    Yes Jodi, you are entitled to privacy! Luv ya!

  • No Thanks

    Yeah, she babbled quite a bit but there were some great gems in there.  Epsecially about cherishing her privacy.

  • justmefornow

    She was giving an acceptance speech about a lifetime achievement award for her professional and public life, not her private life. 
    Privacy not really relevant and she came off unprofessional, rambling, and kinda ditsy, IMO.

  • No Thanks

     Oh, this is Hollywood, we all know celebrities private lives have always been a part of the careers.  She was just keeping it real.

  • justmefornow

    You’re probably right about Hollywood. I guess I just don’t really care about her private life, lol.
    Oh and the pretend singer just won too! LOL

  • supersonic

    I have a feeling that Taylor was NOT pleased by that joke (the didn’t show her laughing)

    Well, maybe tonight, she is realizing that she’s become Hollywood’s joke.  Either way, I’m sure there will be a song about it on the next album, “Mean Part II”.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    I think that it’s awkward for the Academy Awards that Ben Affleck wasn’t even nominated for Best Director.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Best acceptance speech of the evening by Jessica Chastain.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Plus, I remember her famous singing monologue on SNL where she took her shots at Taylor Laudner. Taylor can dish it out, so she should learn to take it too.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Daniel Day Lewis is the epitomy of class.

  • Bentley1530

    MJ, just want to say I always enjoy your recapping style, fast and fun.  Jodie’s speech was a little off the rails.  Overall, the most entertaining GG in a long time.  

  • suenigma

    Daniel Day Lewis is a Class Act! Truly eloquent, humble and appreciative.

  • No Thanks

    Good on you Benny Boy!!!  Congrats on your awards!

  • MellyPer1692

    Just read on twitter that Jodie Fosters mom has been suffering from dementia for a few years. Jodie is taking care of her at home. Her speech regarding her mom, tears.

  • suenigma

    Tina and Amy need to host all of the awards shows, forever and ever.

  • justmefornow

    They should add a “write in vote” feature in the Oscars for Ben for Best Director, lol.
    They look really foolish now, IMO.

  • supersonic

    Wow. Julia Roberts didn’t talk about herself. Shocking.

    Grant Heslov, the guy who got ate up in Congo, may have an Oscar waiting for him next month.

  • nncw

    Jodie’s speech was unconventional – thank goodness!!! She is a woman who speaks her mind – we are all fragile on this earth and it wouldn’t hurt to be a bit kinder to each other – nice message to convey! And maybe we do need to rise above the rabble. If you noticed she moved people (women) to tears  with that speech. 

  • durbesque

    Thank you all.  I couldn’t have done it without you.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    I agree. They were fabulous!

  • mjsbigblog

    Very entertaining Globes! Amy and Tina were A* and I think it helped the pacing to mix up the award presentations rather than organize them by category. Last year’s show REALLY dragged.

  • Erlinda

    Wow! Ben Afleck won best director award. Argo also won the best movie. Congratulation Ben. Love it!

  • Sassycatz

    I thought the Tina and Amy pairing was kind of flat. There was one good joke.

  • jeffreyd95821

    I think Jodie was enjoying the champagne at the table. She was awfully giddy, especially for her. Adele acts like someone Daniel Craig enjoys having a beer and a laugh with. No one movie really dominated. They spread the wealth evenly. I wouldn’t want to be Ben Affleck being bombarded with incessant questions about how disappointed he must be to not be nominated for a directing Oscar. If he says yes he is, he sound petty and childish. If he says no the press says he’s lying. He’s really in a no-win situation. 

  • raya

    I disagree.  I thought Tina & Amy were on fire, particularly in their monologue.  If I had any complaint about Tina & Amy’s hosting it’s just that there wasn’t enough of them.  Though I agree with MJ that the show moved this year and I understand to some degree that T & A (ha) were likely just trying to stay out of the way and keep the whole moving more than anything else. 

  • workdog

    I loves me some Jodie Foster; real talent, real class, real person. She’s fabulous.
    Adele? She’s She and Taylor are pretty much the same age, no? What a difference in approach and level of awareness. Sure, different experiences and lives but, dayum, Tay-Tay, take some notes, honey. I give Taylor some due, sure, because she isn’t (wasn’t) a complete no talent elevated to stardom but she is in a critical time here and needs to evolve. I sure don’t want to see her at 50 still nevah, evah, evah, getting over her latest. No, really.;-)

  • cherch

    Well deserved award Jessica Chastain  for best actress Zero Dark Thirty. She did an excellent job.  Good movie. Very well done. Katherine Bigelow should have gotten an Oscar nod as well for directing. The Golden Globes was very enjoyable tonight.

  • supersonic

    They should add a “write in vote” feature in the Oscars for Ben for Best Director, lol. They look really foolish now, IMO.

    The directors branch of the Academy didn’t vote for him.  Also, I don’t think they can do write-ins anymore.  They used to be able to do it back in the day, but they stopped that. 

    So, maybe Argo will win Best Picture and the Ben Affleck can win an Oscar for producing.

  • Weebs787

    I’m so lulzy over all the Argo/Affleck love knowing they voted before the Oscars snub. This wouldn’t have happened in years past because normally they announce the Oscar noms AFTER the Globes. Had this been last year, he’d be the frontrunner to win and he’s not even nominated. Shame.

    I think now Argo is the frontrunner for the Oscar because every branch of the Academy can vote Best Picture, wheras right when the nominees were announced I thought it had no chance.

    I’m so intrigued by Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor now. Chastain v. Lawrence and SPA is really all over the place. DDL and Hathaway remain locks to win.

  • breakdown

    Jodie’s coming out speech was a little bizarre. I’ve always liked her but she seemed a little ungrateful for the longevity of her career.

    Amy and Tina were really funny.

    Jessica Chastain was excellent but Naomi Watts was the heart and soul of The Impossible so I was hoping she would win. DDL – no contest.

  • No Thanks

    Yeah, Adele is 1 year older than Swifty.  Adele has a depth and wisdon that Taylor just doesn’t have at the moment.  Taylor has potential though to be much more.  She just need to get out of this love lorn teeny bopper rut she’s dug herself into.

  • bridgette12

    Swifty’s problem is that she’s a spoiled brat and still act like some teenager in high school running from one cool boyfriend to another.

  • Jason Scott

    EXACTLY. After the CMA joke (w/ Brad and Carrie) and now this, it’s obvious that it’s started to backfire on her.

  • Kariann Hart

    Jodie Foster is right.  Some stories are downright hateful.  Daniel Day-Lewis will be receiving some more awards.  His performance in Lincoln was quite impressive!

  • fuzzywuzzy
  • chillj

    “Ben Affleck shot a film in Iran because he wanted a local that was friendlier to outsiders””

    As a native of the Boston environs, I found this comment hilarious, and truer than most people think.  New England is insular and snobbish:  I was never aware of this until I lived in San Francisco for a bunch of years and I was shocked.
    It is difficult to evaluate a culture when you are in the middle of it.  (New Hampshire is far worse.) Yo, Ben, congratulations theyah!

  • nncw

    I haven’t seen Argo but from what I have read – it is pretty inaccurate as to what actually took place and the CIA agent Mendez who helped present at the Globe actually misrepresented his importance. So based on that I think I would give more credit to Zero Dark Thirty which actually seems to have researched to the point of fear of intelligence leaks.  I know it is Hollywood entertainment but it is still nice to at least not change history!

  • Sassycatz

    The funniest bit, for me, was the Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell combo announcing best supporting actress in a comedy … or whatever that category was. 

  • standtotheright

    Yeah, Adele is 1 year older than Swifty. Adele has a depth and wisdon that Taylor just doesn’t have at the moment. Taylor has potential though to be much more.

    Well, the thing is that “Safe and Sound” does show her potential, where “Skyfall” is Adele kind of slumming, IMO. It’s a perfectly fine riff on her being Shirley Bassey for a minute, but I think both the HFPA (and most likely the Oscars) are giving the award to the less-interesting song and performance.

    TSwift needs to check the attitude, but that doesn’t mean she didn’t deserve to win.

  • Mateja Praznik

     Adele and Taylor Swift have one think in common: their music is overrated.

  • waitingforthe1

    Bitch couldn’t even fake being happy for anyone else.

    Yeah, I must have imagined that standing O she gave Jennifer Lawrence….

    She didn’t look pissed to me but then I don’t hate her so I guess when someone isn’t flailing around with a big cheesy grin when they just lost an award I don’t see bitch face…

  • waitingforthe1

    The cynic in me thinks Taylor was trying to save face with that standing O for Jennifer Lawrence b/c everyone is talking about her stank face at Adele.

    LMAO when and how would she have known anyone was talking about her stank face? 

    I saw her smile during Adele’s acceptance speech…it wasn’t a big toothy grin but it was a smile nonetheless.

  • Taylor

    Thay have more in common than one thing. They both have several number one hits. They both have multi-platinum selling albums. They both have had number one albums and singles. They both have been nominated for multiple Grammy awards and have won several of those awards.

  • Nanc

    I would give half my paycheck to have seen Taylor’s face when Tina told her to stay away from Michael J.  Fox’s son…I’m sure it would have been priceless!

  • No Thanks

     I agree that “Safe and Sound” does show her potential.  Then she reverted right back to her teeny bopper love victim mode for RED.

  • Ima fan

    Katharine, Katharine, Katharine you looked beautiful!  amazing!

  • Kariann Hart

    It was a fun evening and made me love Ben Affleck even more than I do.  Ever glad that Ben/Jen didn’t work out.  He’s on top of the world even without the Director’s nomination for an Oscar.  He says he’s very grateful (for 7 other nominations).