It was not a good night for science fiction and fantasy, with Zootopia the only winner even sort of fitting either description. That’s not to say that the nominees didn’t have a lot of surprising acknowledgements of genre (hey Deadpool). Or even that the winners didn’t deserve it. Just that Mr. Robot, which dominated…
The Golden Globes, given out annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, has released its nominations for this year. And there are some great surprises (Deadpool! Catriona Balfe of Outlander!) and some well-deserved obvious choices (Westworld! Game of Thrones!).
Fewer women appeared in lead roles in major Hollywood movies in 2014 than in 2002. Apologies to anyone pinning her hopes on slow, steady progress.
Forget about Breaking Bad and throw Leonardo DiCaprio and his squinty, squinty eyes in the trash. The arguments over their merits are boring. But this? This is what a Twitter charge for the new Muppet movie to sweep the Golden Globes would have looked like.
Netflix scored its first Golden Globe win last night, with Robin Wright scooping Best Actress in a TV Drama for her work in House of Cards.
The Golden Globes are arguably the most self-fellating award show in the galaxy. Ricky Gervais and friends (possibly including Louis CK, Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, and Larry David) might just live-stream a commentary track. Oh hell yes.
Nanodots—those tiny magnetic pellets that you can sculpt with—have reached new heights and widths. To celebrate the Golden Globes, their creators linked over 550,000 pellets into a 600lb award statuette. It's not real, Jennifer Love Hewitt!