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With nearly two months to go until the Academy Awards, host Jimmy Kimmel is in no hurry to start writing his material, even when it comes to the industry’s ongoing discussion about sexual misconduct and the women who are leading the charge to create change, which dominated the conversation at Sunday night’s Golden Globes.
Instead of the colorful tuxedos and colorful gowns weâve seen on the red carpets of award shows past, most of the stars who attended the 2018 Golden Globes on Sunday night wore basic black. The color, seen on the backs of everyone from host Seth Meyers to award winners Sterling K. Brown and Alexander Skarsgard, was chosen in support of Timeâs Up, an organization working to end workplace sexual harassment and abuse across industries. Hollywood, which in 2017 saw many of its most famous and powerful men rocked by allegations of these abuses, took the opportunity of this highly visible show to stand with the victims and call for an end to the culture made their suffering possible. Below, the ten best-dressed guys at the show.
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Gal Gadot and Halle Berry are among the stars who have been tapped to present at the Golden Globes 2018 awards show on Jan. 7. Among the other marquee names revealed in the first wave of presenters are five-time Golden Globe winner and 17-time nominee Carol Burnett, Penélope Cruz, Chris Hemsworth, Sharon Stone, Darren Criss, Alicia Vikander, Hugh Grant and Neil Patrick Harris.
Also in the mix are Greta Gerwig, whose directorial debut “Lady Bird” was recognized with a Best Leading Actress nod for star Saoirse Ronan; “Mad Men” star Christina Hendricks; last year’s Best Leading Actress winner Isabelle Huppert, and screen legend Shirley MacLaine, who ties Burnett with five Golden Globes and who last year received the Cecil B. DeMille Award recipient.
Singers Kelly Clarkson and Ricky Martin also will appear on the show, as will fan favorites Sarah Jessica Parker, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen and Kerry Washington. Unlike the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which take place on Jan. 21, the 75th annual Golden Globes, which are voted on by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, have tapped male presenters as well instead of only female ones. But the recent sexual harassment scandals and the #MeToo movement will be felt at the
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There’s no question about it—the 2015 Golden Globes were one for the books. With so many memorable moments, it’s hard to decide which ones were our favorites. That’s why we asked celebs that were there to tell us what parts of the night stood out to them the most. Unsurprisingly, hostesses Tina Fey and Amy […]
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Gift lounges during the week leading up to the Golden Globes ceremony brought numerous vendors seeking to get their products into the hands of celebrities. Established brands like Pilot Pens, Pandora and Nautica stood alongside smaller, emerging brands such as Bright Baum and Canada Bliss. All vied for some one-on-one time from TV stars likes Viola Davis and Jeremy Piven and personalities like Amber Rose and Paris Hilton. Needless to say, a good time was had by all, with lots of mingling, picture taking and gift giving. Below is a sampling of what was offered:
Secret Room Event Style Lounge in Honor of the 2015 Golden Globe Awards at the SLS Hotel:
Fashion was big this year at the Secret Room. Designer Stella Carakasi had her collection of tops made with flowy, body hugging, eco-friendly fabrics that create a luxurious, elegant look. There were pull-on jeans by Golden Girls Clothing and fabulous faux-fur porcupine vests from Kathy Fielder. Heat Holders gifted their slipper socks, which keep feet warm longer than any other cotton or thermal sock. Moxie Jean gave out gift cards to its resale website featuring clothes for babies, kids and maternity wear. Visitors also received prepaid postage bags so they could send in their previously worn items for cash.
Skincare products included everything from the natural (Derma e) to the medical grade (Sente) to the customized (Ioma). Trinfinity8 gave out gift certificates for anti-aging facials at their spa, which uses quantum-based technology and algorithmic codes to rejuvenate the skin.
Orange Is the New Black show creator Jenji Kohan at the Secret Room
The suite also teamed with family restaurant and play space Giggles N’ Hugs on the Bambi Baby Lounge featuring numerous products for the little ones and activities to keep them busy like face painting and animal-balloon making.
Big Slice products had to-go pouches of kettle-cooked apples for the ultimate tasty and nutritious snack. These ready-to-eat cooked apples come in a wide range of flavors including cinnamon French toast, cherry vanilla and peach Bellini.
Proceeds from the gift lounge benefited the Farm Sanctuary, which provides lifelong care for roughly 1,000 farm animals, and Hope for Paws, which rescues animals from desperate situations. The organization also films those missions and posts the heartbreaking and heartwarming videos online.
Celebs left with gift bags that included such goodies as earring and pendant sets from Zipsessory, lingerie from Farr West, handbags by Lola Blue and luxury flip-flops by Uzurii adorned with a variety of crystal gems, chains and other ornaments.
GBK and Pilot Pens Golden Globe Gift Lounge at the W Hollywood Hotel:
Golden Globe nominee Viola Davis and winner Gina Rodriguez at GBK
Presenting sponsor Pilot Pens gifted its gunmetal-grey Vanishing Point fountain pens with rhodium-plated 18K gold nibs along with leather notebooks and multicolored FriXion Clicker Erasable Gel Ink Pens.
There were women’s leather bucket laptop totes and hybrid backpack-briefcase laptop bags by Solo. SHEEX gave out bedsheets and portable “Sleep Saxs” made out of performance athletic fabrics. Unlike regular cotton or silk sheets, SHEEX materials are moisture-wicking and temperature-controlled, with plenty of breathability and stretch.
Heather Marianna was handing out her Beauty Kitchen products such as lavender bath soaks and tropical smoothie skin polishers. Burke Williams day spa offered on-site massages, while gifting guests with day spa passes, products from their skincare and makeup lines, and gift certificates to try the new Advanced Eye Lift Treatment at its spa.
Birdman co-screenwriter and Golden Globe winner Nicolás Giacobone at GBK
Caribbean Living Magazine gave out five-day stays to Anguilla’s CeBlue Villas & Beach Resort. The Puerto Vallarta Beach Club gifted three-night accommodations at its private beachfront enclave on the Mexican Riviera.
Online shopping club Beyond the Rack handed out $ 200 shopping credit cards to their site. Meanwhile, Canada Bliss had stylish newsboy knit caps, toques and slouchy beanies.
The charities that benefited from the event included Lambda Legal, which fights for the civil rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and HIV-infected people; YES!, an organization that provides resources and support for those affected by advance cancer; and the World Vision Group, which had celebs put together Ebola caregiver kits complete with handwritten notes of support.
Golden Globe HBO Luxury Lounge at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills:
Presenting sponsor Pandora had celebs play a round of Plinko that would determine which piece of Pandora jewelry they would “win” from categories that included rings, earring, bracelets and necklaces.
Nautica gifted waterproof rain breakers, and Big Buddha gave out stylish faux-leather handbags. There was fragrance by Gendarme and homeopathic medicine by Boiron. Montez Renault gifted grooming products for men, while DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse showcased their brand-name footwear including suede Nike hightops.
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There were silk tops and scarves by VIDA, a San Francisco-based company that works with carefully selected artists from around the world to digitally scan their work and print it on fabric. The result is luxurious, modern pieces in limited designs. VIDA also provides livable wages and literacy programs for its factory workers in Pakistan so they avoid being trapped by the cycle of poverty and get empowered by education.
Bright Baum was giving out artificial LED trees perfect for home décor, landscape accenting or just to keep as very cool nightlights. These realistic-looking trees are handmade, hand-painted and constructed to withstand both indoor and outdoor elements. Bright Baum trees come in a variety of sizes, light colors and tree styles from bonsai and cherry blossoms to willow and maple.
Whiplash and Divergent actor Miles Teller at Kari Feinstein’s Style Lounge
Swish Suits had fitted wetsuits specifically designed for women’s bodies. Now they can all look like sexy Bond girls! On top of that, Swish Suits are made from limestone, not fossil-fuel-derived neoprene, so they’re eco-friendly as well. For non-scuba or non-surfing celebs, Swish also had colorful lightweight jackets and vests that are perfect for aquatic sports, yoga or working out.
Celebs also received the Alcohoot, a smartphone breathalyzer with police-grade accuracy so that you never have to wonder if you’ve had too much. The adjoining app helps track a user’s long-term alcohol trends and consumption throughout an evening and offers nearby restaurants or taxis to help sober up and get home safely.
Jayneoni Presents the Boom Boom Room’s Pre-Golden Globe Luxury Baby and Parenting Products Gifting Lounge at the Loews Hotel Hollywood:
Brilliant Baby Products had a slew of items including toys by German toy maker HABA (stacking cubes, magnetic puzzles), mini backpacks by Lassig and rolls of removable tape by Inroad Toys printed to look like roads or railway tracks for kids who love playing with toy trains and cars. There were also Melody Mates, light-up cushions with built-in plush toys and detachable blankets that play lullabies to help youngsters fall asleep.
Author Ylleya Fields was handing out copies of her award-winning Princess Cupcake Jones children’s book series featuring too-rarely-seen African-American characters. Meanwhile, Adri & Sara gifted scarves and canvas bags inspired by author Miroslav Sasek’s This Is… book series.
There was suede and leather baby moccasins by Freshly Picked and many unique clothing and accessories for babies, toddlers and moms by cool brands such as Wee Structed, Enjoy Essential and Loved by Hannah and Eli.
Posh Pak gave out samples of their subscription-based monthly gift boxes for young girls in three different age categories. Creator Shayna Hansen-Niksch partners with brands like Kate Spade and Band.do to curate age-appropriate items such as lip gloss, hair accessories and school supplies for tween girls.
The event benefited Los Angeles Foster Care Children.
Sports Illustrated model Gigi Hadid with a print from Scarlett and Gold Shop at Kari Feinstein’s Style Lounge
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Best Motion Picture, DramaBoyhoodFoxcatcherThe Imitation GameSelmaThe Theory of Everything
Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy The Grand Budapest HotelBirdman Into the Woods Pride St Vincent
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We’ll admit, our Golden Globes countdown has been an emotional affair. As we prepared to watch beloved funny ladies Tina Fey and Amy Poehler host the ceremony for the third and final year, we relived some of our favorite moments, listened to Lionel Richie’s “Once, Twice, Three Times A Lady” on loop and brushed up on some of the most badass women in entertainment this year.
This year, Poehler and Fey addressed the landslide of recent sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby head on. They lampooned gender stereotypes while reminding us just how pervasive they are.
If this year’s Golden Globes taught us anything, it’s that women are dominating TV. Our small screens have been filled with women of color, young women, gay women, women with mental illness, transwomen, women with good intentions and women motivated by greed over the last year. Put simply, women make for great TV.
It has also been a historic year for women in film. Ava DeVurnay became the first African-American woman ever nominated in the Best Director category for “Selma.” Also nominated for Best Picture, “Selma” explores critical moments in the civil rights movement with increased attention to roles of women in one of the most important eras in American history.
Some highlights from the 2015 Golden Globes included:
–Amy and Tina listing the amazing credentials of Amal Clooney, whose husband George Clooney received the for the Cecil B DeMille lifetime achievement award. Finding such a remarkable woman to agree to marry you definitely a lifetime achievement. (Clooney seemed to agree.)
–“Jane the Virgin” star Gina Rodriguez taking home the award for Best Actress in a TV Comedy. She thanked showrunner Jennie Urman for “making me your jane.” Women in Hollywood = more women in Hollywood.
–Benedict Cumberbatch photobombing Meryl Streep and Margaret Cho.
–“Transparent” creator Jill Soloway thanked her mother and transwomen and men everywhere, dedicating the award to the memory of Leelah Alcorn, an Ohio trans teen who committed suicide in December.
–Kristen Wig and Bill Hader proving they should definitely host the awards next year.
–Amy Adams celebrating strong female voices accepting the award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy.
–A man won a best actor award for playing a woman. Jeffrey Tambor accepted the award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance in the role of Maura Pfefferman in “Transparent.”
–Jane Fonda joking that “It’s nice that men at last are getting the recognition they deserve for being good at comedy!” as Lily Tomlin laughed along.
–Julianne Moore winning Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture for “Still Alice,” despite being told “no one wants to see a movie about an old woman,” as she recalled in her speech.
–An honorary mention goes to the trailer for the third season of “House of Cards,” which premiered during a commercial break. Because Robin Wright is so damn fierce.
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If the 2015 Golden Globes taught us anything, it’s that women’s stories matter — and girls truly do rule. This year’s Globes gave us one badass feminist moment after another. (We are convinced that allowing people to eat and drink at an awards show makes everything better.)
There were some less-than-ideal parts of the show (i.e. Kevin Hart calling Salma Hayek “aggressive,” Jeremy Renner’s creepy joke about J.Lo’s breasts, the entire North Korea bit), but overall it delivered serious lady power — after all, four out of five of the shows nominated for Best Comedy have female showrunners — and some deeply powerful acceptance speeches.
We rounded up the 11 most feminist moments of the night:
1. Tina Fey poked fun at the props given to male actors who undergo physical transformations for roles — and simultaneously got in a jab at bullsh*t beauty standards.
“It took me three hours today to prepare for my role as a human woman,” she quipped.
2. Patricia Arquette gave a beautiful shout-out to single mothers and all that they do.
“You placed in my hands the part of Olivia, an under-appreciated single mother,” she said. “Thank you for shining a light on this woman and the millions of women like her and for allowing me to honor my own mother with this beautiful character.”
3. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey threw some serious shade at Bill Cosby.
Our girls didn’t hold back when alluding to the more than 20 women who have come forward with allegations against Cosby. When describing the plot “Into The Woods” Poehler joked, “Cinderella ran away from her prince, Rapunzel was thrown from a tower… and Sleeping Beauty just thought she was getting coffee with Bill Cosby.” Fey then proceeded to impersonate Cosby, quipping: “I put the pills in the people! The people did not want the pills in them!” Zing.
4. Joanne Froggatt used her acceptance speech to elevate the voices of rape survivors.
“I received a small number of letters from survivors of rape,” she said. “One woman summed up the thoughts of many by saying she wasn’t sure why she’d written but she just felt in some way she wanted to be heard. I’d like to say, I heard you and I hope saying this so publicly in some way means you feel the world hears you.”
5. Amy Adams reminded us just how much female role models matter.
“It’s just so wonderful that women today have such a strong voice. And I have a 4-and-a-half-year-old and I’m so grateful to have all the women in this room; you speak to her so loudly. She watches everything and she sees every thing. And I’m just so so grateful for all of you women in this room who have such a lovely, beautiful voice.”
6. Gina Rodriguez made it clear why having diversity on TV matters — specifically positive representations of the Latino community.
“This award is so much more than myself. It represents a culture that wants to see themselves as heroes,” the “Jane the Virgin” actress said. “My father used to tell me to say every morning: ‘Today is going to be a great day. I can and I will.’ Well, Dad. Today is a great day. I can and I did.”
7. Tina Fey pointed out just how damn impressive Amal Clooney is. (George is a total trophy husband.)
Fey pointed out that Amal is a “human rights lawyer who worked on the Enron case, an advisor to Kofi Annan on Syria and was a appointed to a three-person commission investigating rules of war violations in the Gaza strip. So tonight her husband is getting a lifetime achievement award.”
8. “Transparent”-creator Jill Soloway drew attention to the discrimination still faced by trans people on a daily basis. Everyone deserves to live their truth regardless of their gender identity.
“This award is dedicated to the memory of Leelah Alcorn and too many trans people who die too young,” she said. “And it’s dedicated to you, my trans parent, my moppa. You’re watching at home right now. I just want to thank you for coming out because in doing so you made a break for freedom, you told your truth, you taught me how to tell my truth and make this show. And maybe we’re going to be able to teach the world something about authenticity and truth and love. To love.”
Jeffrey Tambor gave a similarly powerful acceptance speech, thanking the trans community for “letting us be a part of the change.”
9. Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda put to rest the “woman aren’t funny” line once and for all.
“It’s nice that men at last are getting the recognition they deserve for being good at comedy!,” said Fonda. “We can put to rest that negative stereotype that men just aren’t funny,” remarked Tomlin. (We really could not be more excited about their upcoming Netflix show.)
10. Maggie Gyllenhaal broke down the idea that all great roles for women have to depict “strong” women. Complicated women FTW.
“I’ve noticed a lot of people talking about the wealth of roles for powerful women in television lately,” she said when accepting her award. “And when I look around the room at the women who are here and I think about the performances that I’ve watched this year what I see actually are women are sometimes powerful and sometimes not, sometimes sexy, sometimes not, sometimes honorable, sometimes not, and what I think is new is the wealth of roles for actual women in television and in film. That’s what I think is revolutionary and evolutionary.”
11. Julianne Moore’s win proved that older women’s stories must be told.
Moore won the Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture award for “Still Alice,” despite being told “no one wants to see a movie about an old woman.”
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It’s official: Awards season, and more importantly red carpet season, is upon us.
Starting with the 2015 Golden Globes on Jan. 11, fashion-obsessed viewers will have their eyes glued to their screens waiting to not only see who will snag a coveted award, but what they’ll be wearing when they do.
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler go together like chocolate and peanut butter. And they’ll be making more sweet moments together on Sunday, when they return to co-host the Golden Globe Awards for the third time! In honor of this reunion, here’s six reasons why we love them so much:1. Their BFF-itudeThese two go back. Way back. Watch this video for a look at just how far back their friendship goes.2.
Fashion expert Louise Roe joins Access’ Billy Bush to breakdown which fashion you can expect to see on this year’s Golden Globes red carpet.
In the video, the duo are dressed in formal black outfits, but say they have something else in mind for the Jan. 11 awards.
“Tina, everyone wants to know, who will you be wearing?” Poehler, the star of “Parks and Recreation,” asks her co-host and “30 Rock” alum Fey.
Fey says she’ll be wearing a romper with “cheese” and “ice skates,” while Poehler reveals she’ll be in an “ER bandage dress with stilts by the Ohio Stilt King.”
“That sounds gorgent,” Fey tells her friend.
Enjoy the laughs, because Fey and Poehler will be making their final appearance as hosts of the Globes—or so they say.
“We’re doing it one last time and we’re done,” Fey told Howard Stern on his Sirius XM satellite radio show in October. “We’re both done after this, but it’s good. You don’t want to be a perennial host. It’s a lot of work and you want people to be like, ‘You want to leave the party early!’ You don’t want to be the last one at the party.”
Out with the old, in with the new seems to be the theme for this year’s Golden Globe nominations.
Just a day after the Screen Actors Guild announced its nominations, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association welcomed newcomers “Jane the Virgin” on CW and “Transparent” on Amazon and left out previous favorites “Big Bang Theory” and “Modern Family.”
That’s not all who got snubbed.
Keep reading to see our list of snubs and surprises:
1. ‘The Walking Dead’
The AMC series remains the most popular show on television, but it might as well be dead to the HFPA, who haven’t thrown the show a bone since it was nominated in 2010 for best TV series, drama.
2. ‘Modern Family’
After four years of love for “Modern Family” and its cast, the Globes have moved on. The show failed to score a single nomination, even though it garnered the most TV nominations from the Screen Actors Guild on Wednesday. Even “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” the freshman comedy that won best TV series, musical or comedy, and earned a Globe for star Andy Samberg last year, came up empty.
Usually, the Hollywood Foreign Press can’t resist Angelina Jolie. She scored a nomination for the box office bomb “The Tourist” in 2010 and her directorial debut, “In the Land of Blood and Honey,” in 2012. But her latest film, “Unbroken,” which opens Christmas Day, failed to score a nomination for best drama or its director, Jolie.
4. Bradley Cooper
“American Sniper” star Bradley Cooper came up empty again today. After being left off Wednesday’s SAG Awards nominees list, he once again missed the mark with the Foreign Press Association. The Clint Eastwood film, which opens Christmas Day, has so far been shut out of the awards race.
Director Christopher Nolan is no stranger to snubs, and once again this year, he got no love for his space epic “Interstellar,” starring last year’s Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey. The film was also left out of all the major categories, though it did manage to grab a nomination for best score by Hans Zimmer, which is more than it got from the Screen Actors Guild on Wednesday.
At least “Selma” rebounded well after being excluded from the SAG nominations. Like “American Sniper” and “Unbroken,” the MLK and voting rights biopic, which opens Christmas Day, was not completed in time to get screeners to SAG voters. Not so with the Globes. The film earned a nomination for best motion picture, drama, best director for Ava DuVernay and best actor for star David Oyelowo.
7. ’Boardwalk Empire’
Unlike other series, which go out with a trove of awards, “Boardwalk Empire,” which ended its fifth and final season in October, came up dry. HBO’s Prohibition era series won for the show and its star Steve Buscemi in 2011 and earned nominations in 2012 and 2013.