Can any movie beat “Boyhood”? What about Julianne Moore? Is she a shoo-in for every acting award for her affecting work as a woman coping with early-onset Alzheimer’s in “Still Alice”? And who is going to emerge from that crowded lead actor field? Michael Keaton? Benedict Cumberbatch? Eddie Redmayne?
Now that the nominations for the Golden Globes and Screen Actor Guild Awards have been announced, we at least have a little more clarity. Join Los Angeles Times awards columnist Glenn Whipp and movie writer Steven Zeitchik at noon Thursday, Pacific time, as they sort through all the nominations, looking at the winners, the ignored (criminally and otherwise) and what it all might mean for the Oscars.
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