Christopher Plummer

As Hollywood struggles with inclusion and sexism, the Golden Globes are being parsed with Oscar-like intensity

As Hollywood struggles with inclusion and sexism, the Golden Globes are being parsed with Oscar-like intensity

There was a time when the Golden Globes nominations were taken seriously only as potential Oscar indicators.

If the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. decided to give a corny, crowd-pleasing musical like “The Greatest Showman” more nominations than a culturally relevant satire like “Get Out,” or ignore female directors in the middle of the #MeToo moment, it would be seen as just another quirky misstep by a group known more for taking selfies with stars than its taste-making abilities.

But not this year. After two years of #OscarsSoWhite, and as prominent men step down amid sexual misconduct allegations from all levels of the entertainment industry, nomination slates are being...

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