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The second biggest night of the year in movies and television, the Golden Globes are underway! If you haven't been sitting around to see all of the robs and surprises, we have been updating our winners list throughout the night.
How tonight goes will be the final indicator of who will walk out with an Academy Award at the end of February.
For the last few months, the top contenders like "Lincoln," "Les Miserables," and "Zero Dark Thirty" have jockeyed for the lead, but tonight we will finally know which one will head into Oscar night as the favorite. Can "Lincoln" hold onto its early lead and move on to Oscar night with that advantage? Can "Zero Dark Thirty" overcome the recent controversy to find awards gold? Can "Les Mis" take the top prize without a nomination for its director, Tom Hooper?
Head over to MTV News for your updated winners list!
The sound you're hearing is that of one million movie buffs arguing about what the recently announced Golden Globe nominations mean for the Oscar race. Look at all those "Lincoln"s!
To get in on the fun, check out our full list after the jump!
FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH
We, like most of you out there, are thrilled with the idea of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the 2013 Golden Globes together, so much so, that we're kind of wondering why no one else thought of it first.
To celebrate this joyous occasion, our friends over at Hollywood Crush have gathered their five favorite Amy-Tina moments from the past, no easy task with as many options as there are.
Head over to Hollywood Crush now to check out their list and see if your favorite made the cut. (For the record, we're big fans of Poehler as a young Liz Lemon on the live episode of "30 Rock.")
The Golden Globes will air on January 13.
The 2012 Golden Globe Awards wasn't quite as controversial or lewd as Ricky Gervais' memorable turn as host at last year's show — indeed, this time around, the British comedian's jokes were missing some of that signature sting — but the results were no less interesting for cinephiles keeping a watchful eye on the road towards Oscar.
As many expected, "The Artist" and "The Descendants" were the big winners of the evening, with Best Motion Picture wins for both films as well as Best Actor awards for Jean Dujardin and George Clooney. But there were surprises in the mix as well, including what's surely a universally approved victory for "Hugo" director Martin Scorsese, a screenplay nod for Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" and a Best Actress - Comedy award for Michelle Williams.
Head on over to MTV News for our full list of this year's Golden Globes winners.
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If you thought Ricky Gervais was inappropriate at the Golden Globes last year, just wait — the British comedian is back for another round of offending the Hollywood elite this year, and we've got a feeling he's looking to up the ante.
The Golden Globes are tonight, and it's not just the Gervais gags that we're tuning in for. We also want to see which movies are honored at one the film industry's biggest nights of the year, of course! Will "The Artist" continue its not-so-silent domination of the awards season circuit? With two nominations to his name, can Ryan Gosling walk away with a Globe this year? We'll find out the answers to those questions and more before the night's over, so tune into our Golden Globes live blog to share in on what will surely be one of the most exciting Hollywood events of 2012!
In talking about mainstream award shows and the predictability of their annual nominees lists, the Golden Globes are often the hardest to predict in that their nominees always include a few unexpected surprises. This year, no one was perhaps more pleasantly surprised at hearing the 2012 nominations than composer Abel Korzeniowski, who scored a Best Original Score nomination for his work on "W./E.," the Madonna-directed romantic drama that has yet to be released wide in theaters.
"It’s quite difficult when a movie is not really in theaters," Korzeniowski told MTV News recently of his disbelief in being nominated. "So far we’ve had only the qualifying run which was one theater in Los Angeles so almost no one had seen the film. It was even more surprising because we have no ads anywhere, not on the Internet, not in newspapers so I thought it wouldn’t be possible."
In short: "It's a big surprise."
For every list of movie award nominations, there will probably be an almost equally long list of snubs. Unsurprisingly, this year's Golden Globe nominations missed some of the year's best work, but some of the snubs were just too big to ignore.
To right some of the wrongs, we picked our five most unforgivable oversights from the Golden Globe nominations.
Now that we're in the aftermath of the Golden Globe nominations and people everywhere are focusing on the snubs and robberies, it's an important time to reflect on the choices we are absolutely in love with.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association did manage to acknowledge some of this year's best work despite the annual longlist of snubs, so here are the picks we want to applaud from this year's field of contenders.
Who will play the part of Roland Deschain in the movie adaptation of "The Dark Tower"? That question has been gnawing at fans of Stephen King's epic book series ever since director Ron Howard and producing partner Brian Grazer decided to tackle the ambitions project, which will take the form of three movies and two TV series that will bridge the gap between the films.
Rumors have suggested that Viggo Mortensen and Javier Bardem are the lead contenders to play Roland, the last living member of a knightly order of "gunslingers," who lives in a world best described as the Wild West with magic and even more chaos. When MTV spoke to Howard a couple weeks back, he said he didn't yet have a script (frequent collaborator Akiva Goldsman is writing one) and was still in the "early stages" of casting the role... though he did admit that things were "moving forward" with a "tremendous amount of momentum."
But when MTV News caught up with Grazer after the Golden Globes on Sunday night, he revealed that things are moving perhaps even more quickly than Howard let on. Read More...
There was not shortage of star power at last night's Golden Globe Awards, and MTV News' Josh Horowitz was on the red carpet to chat 'em up, get their thoughts on the night... and probe them for scoop on their upcoming projects.
Robert Pattinson was on hand and feeling very chatty, talking about landing the lead role in David Cronenberg's "Cosmopolis," taking a "big step" forward with the adaptation of "Water for Elephants" and giving "Twilight" fans a thrill with that revealing new "Breaking Dawn" photo.
Meanwhile, Zac Efron talked about his new haircut, his role in the upcoming flick "The Lucky Ones," and starring opposite Michelle Pfeiffer in the ensemble romantic comedy "New Year's Eve." Emma Stone dished on the "Spider-Man" reboot and the mechanical contraptions Spidey will use to sling his webs. And Olivia Wilde revealed that she was hiding Justin Bieber underneath her dress (sadly, when we checked, we discovered she was joking). Read More...