Golden Globe Awards 2019

11 Dec 18
EW.com

Awards season is heating up with the recently announced Golden Globe nominees and the upcoming SAG Award nominations, and EW’s The Awardist podcast is here to break down all the latest developments. In this week’s episode, we chat with director Karyn Kusama about her gritty crime drama Destroyer, which just earned Nicole Kidman a Globe nomination […]

11 Dec 18
Life & Style
Cindy Lou Who, is that you? On Dec. 10, Kristen Bell took to Instagram to show off her new hairstyle courtesy of her daughter. The best part? The mother-of-two claimed that she’ll be rocking the very same ~lewk~ to 2019’s biggest award show. “My new hairstylist for the [Golden Globes] is not only gifted (see this photo evidence) she also wants to be paid in hugs, works out of my living room, and only pees her bed a few times a week. She’s hired!” Kristen hilariously captioned the post. The only problem is, we don’t which one of the actress’ little girls is responsible for her fabulous ‘do. View this post on Instagram My new hairstylist for the #goldenglobes is not only gifted (see this photo evidence) she also wants to be paid in hugs, works out of my living room, and only pees her bed a few times a week. She's hired! A post shared by kristen bell (@kristenanniebell) on Dec 10, 2018 at 5:59pm PST For those of you who don’t know, Kristen and her hubby, Dax Shepard, have two daughters — Lincoln, 5, and Delta Bell, 3. Now we’d hate to embarrass anyone, but based on Kristen’s admission that her hairstylist “pees her bed a few times a week,” we have to assume that it’s her youngest. Sorry, Delta! Oh, and if it’s Lincoln, that’s OK, too. Making it to the toilet takes practice. Hang in there, girl. Anyway, Kristen’s fans were living for this precious mommy-daughter moment and flooded her page with kind words. “Looks gorgeous, darling! You’ll be the envy of all the other guests,” one fan wrote. “I couldn’t love this more!” added another. Some of Kristen’s followers even encouraged her to actually rock this style at the Globes. “Showing up to the Globes with this hair would make your daughter’s world. Do it!” someone said. Another agreed with, “I dare you to actually go to the Golden Globes like that and represent working moms everywhere! Love it.” TBH, between the sparkling “Friday” hairclip and messy braided pigtails, we think Kristen’s hair could easily translate into a more avant-garde red carpet look. Just slap on some chandelier earrings and call it a day!
11 Dec 18
Lesley's Anime and Manga Corner

The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) has announced its nominees for the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu’s Mirai film received a nomination in the Best Animated Feature category. The other nominees include The Grinch, The Incredibles 2, Isle of Dogs, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The […]

11 Dec 18
Variety

Kevin Hart won’t be showing up for the Oscars, but advertisers will. Walt Disney’s ABC has sold more than three-quarters of its commercial inventory for its February 24 broadcast of the glitzy awards fest, according to Jerry Daniello, senior vice president, entertainment brand solutions, for Disney ad sales, pacing ahead of its progress at this time […]

11 Dec 18
Geektown

Whilst 2018 was a great year for geek tv, 2019 will see an explosion of new sci-fi, comic book and fantasy shows added to the growing collection we already have. Next year sees the return of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’, ‘The Orville’, ‘Lucifer’, a final season of ‘Gotham’, and (possibly) final outings of ‘Jessica Jones’ and […]

11 Dec 18
Latest Entertainment News | Top Celebrity News, Hollywood Headlines

TV legend Carol Burnett will have her place in history cemented by the Golden Globes. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Tuesday that 85-year-old Burnett will be the inaugural recipient of their new award for Lifetime Achievement in Television. RELATED: ‘Vice’, ‘The Favourite’, And ‘Assassination Of Gianni Versace’ Lead 2019 Golden Globe Nominees The new annual […]

11 Dec 18
THE EXCLU COLLECTIVE

Hot Toys have recently unveiled pictures of the unmasked head sculpt for their upcoming  Killmonger figure based on the Black Panther movie. The likeness to actor Michael B Jordan who portrayed Erik Killmonger in the movie is well captured based on these pictures of the Killmonger figure. Congratulations! Marvel Studios’ Black Panther has scored the […]

11 Dec 18
EW.com

With the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s new lifetime achievement award for television, they picked a true TV legend. Carol Burnett will receive the first Golden Globe award introduced as the TV equivalent to the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Not only will Burnett receive the inaugural award in 2019, the award will bear her name as the Carol […]

11 Dec 18
Archy news nety

Television Screen Actors Guild Awards often turn to favorites, but three of the four programs we plan to drive this year's nominations would be new to the awards. The outgoing drama "The Americans", the freshman comedy "Barry" and the second season of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" should make strong first impressions, as is the returning […]

11 Dec 18
AMNAYzh News

Television is getting another chance to shine at the Golden Globes. Along with the 2019 Golden Globes nominees, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced they’ll be handing out a new… from E! Online (US) – Top Stories https://ift.tt/2QNPlea

11 Dec 18
Sound Books

Television is getting another chance to shine at the Golden Globes. Along with the 2019 Golden Globes nominees, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced they’ll be handing out a new… from E! Online (US) – TV News https://www.eonline.com/news/994068/carol-burnett-to-receive-namesake-tv-award-at-the-2019-golden-globes?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews

11 Dec 18
Monsters and Critics

FX has not yet officially confirmed that Trust Season 2 is happening, but fans are eagerly awaiting word from the network. Here’s everything we know so far about the potential new season. Trust is an FX anthology drama TV series that focuses on the Getty family dynasty. The series premiered on FX on Sunday, March 25, […]

11 Dec 18
GoldDerby
The Screen Actors Guild announces the nominations for the 25th annual SAG Awards on December 12. Last year, the guild foresaw 15 of the eventual 20 Oscar nominees for acting. In 2017 and 2015, it went 17 for 20 while in 2016 it previewed a lucky 13. In both 2014 and 2013, the guild nominated 14 of the performers who went on to contend at the Academy Awards. Of the other three main guilds, voting is underway for the DGA and WGA Awards nominations. And the PGA will begin deliberations on Dec. 13. While the actors announce their nominees soon after the Golden Globes and Critics’s Choice Awards do, the directors, writers and producers wait until the new year to reveal their rosters of nominees. All of these groups will be on the radar of academy members during the first round of voting for the Oscars that ends on Jan. 14. Below, we detail these key dates. Note: Winners events are in gold while nomination announcements are italicized. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions DECEMBER Dec. 12 – SAG Awards: Nominations Announced Dec. 13 – PGA Awards: Film Nomination Voting Opens Dec. 13 – CAS Awards: Film Nomination Voting Opens Dec. 14 – BAFTA Awards: Nominations Voting Opens Dec. 14 – Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards Dec. 15 – European Film Awards Dec. 16 – Boston Society of Film Critics Awards Dec. 17 – Golden Globes: Final Voting Opens Dec. 17 – Oscars: Shortlists in 9 categories Dec. 17 – CDG Awards: Film Nominations Voting Opens Dec. 18 – Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Dec. 19 – SAG Awards: Final Voting Opens Dec. 28 – ACE Eddie Awards: Film Nomination Voting Closes DISCUSS All the Oscar contenders with Hollywood insiders in our notorious forums JANUARY Jan. 1 – Annie Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 2 – Golden Globes: Final Voting Closes Jan. 2 – ASC Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 2 – BAFTA Awards: Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 2 – North Carolina Film Critics Assn. Jan. 3 – ACE Eddie Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 3 – CAS Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 3 – PGA Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 3 – WGA Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 4 – PGA Awards: Film Nominations Announced Jan. 4 – AFI Awards: Ceremony Jan. 4 – ADG Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 4 – CDG Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 5 – PGA Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 6 – Golden Globes Jan. 7 – Oscars: Nominations Voting Opens Jan. 7 – ACE Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 7 – ADG Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 7 – ASC Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 7 – WGA Awards: Film Nominations Announced Jan. 7 – ACE Eddie Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 7 – DGA Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 7 – MUAHS Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 8 – DGA Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 8 – CAS Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 8: National Board of Review: Ceremony Jan. 8 – ADG Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 8 – DGA Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 8 – WGA Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 9 – BAFTA Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 10 – CDG Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 10 – MUAHS Awards: Nominations Announced| Jan. 10 – ASC Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 10 – BAFTA Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 10 – Critics’ Choice Awards: Nominations Voting Opens Jan. 11 – DGA Awards: Film Nominations Announced Jan. 11 – Critics’ Choice Awards: Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 13 – Critics’ Choice Awards Jan. 14 – Oscars: Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 15 – VES Awards: Film Nominations Announced Jan. 16 – MPSE Awards: Film Nominations Voting Closes Jan. 18 – ACE Eddie Awards: Final Voting Closes Jan. 18 – PGA Awards: Final Voting Closes Jan. 19 – PGA Awards Jan. 19 – SAG Awards: Final Voting Closes Jan. 20 – Annie Awards: Final Voting Closes Jan. 21 – MPSE Awards: Nominations Announced Jan. 21 – CDG Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 21 – MPSE Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 21 – MUAHS Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 21 – VES Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 22 – Oscars: Nominations Announced Jan. 24 – CAS Awards: Final Voting Opens Jan. 27 – SAG Awards Jan. 31 – ADG Awards: Final Voting Closes Jan. 31 – VES Awards: Final Voting Closes Jan. 31 – WGA Awards: Final Voting Closes PREDICT the Oscar nominations now; change them until January 22 FEBRUARY Feb. 1 – DGA Awards: Final Voting Closes Feb. 2 – DGA Awards Feb. 2 – Annie Awards Feb. 2 – ACE Eddie Awards Feb. 2 – ADG Awards Feb. 4: Oscars: Nominees Luncheon Feb. 5 – VES Awards Feb. 6 – CAS Awards: Final Voting Closes Feb. 8 – BAFTA Awards: Final Voting Closes Feb. 8 – CDG Awards: Final Voting Closes Feb. 8 – MUAHS Awards: Final Voting Closes Feb. 9 – ASC Awards Feb. 10 – BAFTA Awards Feb. 11 – WGA Awards Feb. 11 – MPSE Awards: Final Voting Closes Feb. 12 – Oscars: Final Voting Opens Feb. 12 – ASC Awards: Final Voting Closes Feb. 16 – CAS Awards Feb. 16 – MUAHS Awards Feb. 17 – WGA Awards Feb. 17 – MPSE Awards Feb. 19 – Oscars: Final Voting Closes Feb. 19 –  CDG Awards Feb. 23 – Independent Spirit Awards Feb. 24 – Oscars [predictions-widget id=1202617374] Be sure to make your Oscar nomination predictions so that Hollywood studio executives can see how their films are faring in our Academy Awards odds. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before nominees are announced on January 22.
11 Dec 18
GoldDerby
The Screen Actors Guild Awards for television often lean towards returning favorites, but three of the four programs we’re predicting to lead this year’s nominations would be new to the awards. The departing drama “The Americans,” the freshman comedy “Barry” and the sophomore season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” are expected to make strong first impressions, as is returning champion “This is Us.” Those four shows are favored to be nominated three times apiece, according to the combined forecasts of more than 1,000 Gold Derby users. Scroll down for our nomination predictions by program; projected winners are highlighted in gold. FX’s “The Americans” was on the air for six seasons from 2013-2018. It won four Emmys and has been nominated for five Golden Globes, but it has never once made an appearance at the SAG Awards. We think that will finally change with first-time nominations for its ensemble cast and for lead actors Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell. A few months ago Rhys won the Emmy for his performance as a conflicted Soviet spy, and now we think he’ll win this prize to go along with it. But it looks like “The Americans” will have to face “This is Us,” which won a pair of awards last year for its ensemble cast and for Sterling K. Brown‘s individual performance. This time around we’re expecting it to earn repeat nominations in both of those categories, and we also think Brown will be joined in the individual dramatic acting race by his co-star Milo Ventimiglia. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] Among comedies, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” was totally ignored by SAG last year for its first season, but that’s not too unusual. Unlike the Golden Globes, which are obsessed with new shows, the SAG Awards often lag behind by a year or two, as they did with past breakthrough shows like “Homeland” and “Transparent.” But “Maisel” just swept the Emmys in September, and now we’re expecting SAG to take notice for the Amazon show’s second season with wins for its ensemble cast and Rachel Brosnahan‘s individual performance, along with an additional nomination for Brosnahan’s co-star Alex Borstein. Like “Maisel,” “Barry” was a winner at the Emmys in 2018, winning awards for its star Bill Hader and supporting actor Henry Winkler. We predict that both of them will make the cut at the SAG Awards for HBO’s black comedy, and that the entire ensemble cast will earn a bid too. There’s only one TV category we’re not predicting in the nominations round, and that’s for stunt ensembles. “Game of Thrones” has won that every single year for the last seven years, but it didn’t air any new episodes in 2018 so it’s finally out of the running. Could we see shows like “The Americans” and “Barry” add to their totals? Last year’s breakthrough nominee “GLOW” could make another impact for its stunt acting, as could additional returning contenders “Homeland” and “The Walking Dead.” [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2018/sag-awards-predictions-the-americans-first-nominations-final-season-matthew-rhys-keri-russell/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]Will ‘The Americans’ farewell tour include its first-ever SAG Awards nominations?[/pmc-related-link] Check out our complete nomination predictions by show below. Is there anyone you think we’re underestimating — or maybe overestimating? Discuss this and more with your fellow TV fans in our forums. “THE AMERICANS” Ensemble in a Drama Series Female Actor in a Drama Series — Keri Russell Male Actor in a Drama Series — Matthew Rhys “BARRY” Ensemble in a Comedy Series Male Actor in a Comedy Series — Bill Hader Male Actor in a Comedy Series — Henry Winkler “THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL” Ensemble in a Comedy Series Female Actor in a Comedy Series — Alex Borstein Female Actor in a Comedy Series — Rachel Brosnahan “THIS IS US” Ensemble in a Drama Series Male Actor in a Drama Series — Sterling K. Brown Male Actor in a Drama Series — Milo Ventimiglia “ATLANTA” Ensemble in a Comedy Series Male Actor in a Comedy Series — Donald Glover “BETTER CALL SAUL” Ensemble in a Drama Series Male Actor in a Drama Series — Bob Odenkirk “GLOW” Ensemble in a Comedy Series Female Actor in a Comedy Series — Alison Brie “THE GOOD PLACE” Ensemble in a Comedy Series Male Actor in a Comedy Series — Ted Danson “THE HANDMAID’S TALE” Ensemble in a Drama Series Female Actor in a Drama Series — Elisabeth Moss “WESTWORLD” Ensemble in a Drama Series Female Actor in a Drama Series — Thandie Newton “THE ASSASSINATION OF GIANNI VERSACE” Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Darren Criss “ESCAPE AT DANNEMORA” Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Benicio Del Toro “GRACE AND FRANKIE” Female Actor in a Comedy Series — Lily Tomlin “HOMECOMING” Female Actor in a Drama Series — Julia Roberts “KILLING EVE” Female Actor in a Drama Series — Sandra Oh “KING LEAR” Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Emma Thompson “THE LOOMING TOWER” Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Jeff Daniels “MANIAC” Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Emma Stone “ORANGE IS THEE NEW BLACK” Female Actor in a Comedy Series — Uzo Aduba “OZARK” Male Actor in a Drama Series — Jason Bateman “PATRICK MELROSE” Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Benedict Cumberbatch “SEVEN SECONDS” Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Regina King “SHAMELESS” Male Actor in a Comedy Series — William H. Macy “SHARP OBJECTS” Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Amy Adams “THE TALE” Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Laura Dern “A VERY ENGLISH SCANDAL” Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series — Hugh Grant [predictions-widget id=1202697331] [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]the SAG Awards; nominations will be announced December 12[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your SAG predictions so that Hollywood insiders can see how their TV shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like. And join in the fierce debate over the 2019 SAG Awards taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our TV forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
11 Dec 18
Variety

Carol Burnett will receive the inaugural Golden Globe television special achievement award, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. (HFPA) announced Tuesday. Aptly named the Carol Burnett Award, this new honor will celebrate the highest level of achievement in the medium. Burnett, who is a five-time Globe winner — the most decorated in the television category — […]