WINNER: miniseries actress - Lady Gaga
NOMINATED: miniseries(Suzanne Tenner / TNS)
NOMINATED: motion picture comedy; comedy actor - Christian Bale, Steve Carell; screenplay(Paramount Pictures / TNS)
NOMINATED: motion picture drama; drama actress - Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara; director - Todd Haynes; original score(Courtesy of The Weinstein Compan / The Weinstein Company)
NOMINATED: drama actor - Eddie Redmayne; supporting actress - Alicia Vikander; original score(Agatha A. Nitecka / Focus Features)
WINNER: drama actress - Taraji P. Henson
NOMINATED: drama series(Chuck Hodes / FOX)
NOMINATED: miniseries; miniseries actress - Kirsten Dunst; miniseries actor - Patrick Wilson(Chris Large / FX)
WINNER: comedy actress - Jennifer Lawrence
NOMINATED: motion picture comedy(Merie Weismiller Wallace / 20th Century Fox)
NOMINATED: drama series; drama actor - Wagner Moura(Daniel Daza / Netflix)
NOMINATED: motion picture drama; director - George Miller(Jasin Boland / TNS)
WINNER: supporting actor - Christian Slater; drama series
NOMINATED: drama actor - Rami Malek(Sarah Shatz / USA)
NOMINATED: comedy series; best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television - Uzo Aduba(JoJo Whilden / Netflix / TNS)
NOMINATED: drama series; drama actress - Caitriona Balfe; supporting actor - Tobias Menzies(Ed Miller / Starz Entertainment)
WINNER: drama actress - Brie Larson
NOMINATED: motion picture drama; screenplay(George Kraychyk / A24)
NOMINATED: motion picture drama; director - Tom McCarthy; screenplay(Kerry Hayes / TNS)
WINNER: supporting actress - Kate Winslet; screenplay
NOMINATED: drama actor - Michael Fassbender; original score(Francois Duhamel / Universal Pictures)
WINNER: comedy actor - Matt Damon; motion picture comedy
NOMINATED: director - Ridley Scott(Giles Keyte / 20th Century Fox / TNS)
WINNER: director - Alejandro González Iñárritu; drama actor - Leonardo DiCaprio; motion picture drama
NOMINATED: original score(Kimberley French / 20th Century Fox)
NOMINATED: motion picture comedy; comedy actress - Amy Schumer(Mary Cybulski / Universal Pictures)
NOMINATED: comedy series; comedy actor - Jeffrey Tambor; supporting actress - Judith Light(Beth Dubber / Amazon Studios)
NOMINATED: comedy series; comedy actress - Julia Louis-Dreyfus(Handout / TNS)
NOMINATED: miniseries actor - Mark Rylance; supporting actor - Damian Lewis(Giles Keyte / Masterpiece / BBC)
Clear your Sunday night -- or set your DVR -- the 73rd Golden Globe Awards ceremony, the first big show of the 2016 awards season, is happening this Sunday.
WHAT TIME DOES THE SHOW START? WHAT CHANNEL?
The ceremony, taking place at its usual haunt, the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, will air live from coast to coast on NBC at 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. The glitzy festivities will kick off with a pre-show on NBC at 4 p.m. Pacific.
WHO IS HOSTING?
Comedian and three-time Golden Globe winner Ricky Gervais will host the boozy annual affair for the fourth time. The “Derek” star served as host from 2010 through 2012 before passing the torch to power duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. His time at the post and acerbic wit saw a ratings gain of 6% over the 2009 telecast.
The sharp-tongued comedian promised not to hold back: “I’m never trying to undermine the moral fabric of America. I’d rather people laugh than gasp. But if they gasp, that’s good too,” he said Friday on the “Today" show.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., which hosts the partylike ceremony, will dole out the awards to winners in 25 categories -- 14 in film and 11 in television.
On the film side, the lesbian romance "Carol,” the sprawling “Mad Max: Fury Road,” the frontier epic “The Revenant,” the kidnapping drama “Room” and the journalism biopic “Spotlight” will vie for top honors in the drama motion picture category. Facing off in comedy are the housing-crisis tale “The Big Short,” David O. Russell’s Jennifer Lawrence starrer “Joy,” the science and space adventure "The Martian,” the Melissa McCarthy comedy “Spy” and Amy Shumer’s dating dalliance, “Trainwreck.”
On the TV side, Fox’s hip-hop soap “Empire,” HBO’s sweeping epic “Game of Thrones,” USA’s cyber thriller “Mr. Robot,” Netflix’s drug cartel drama “Narcos” and Starz’s period drama “Outlander” are up for drama series, while Hulu’s “Casual,” Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black,” Amazon’s “Transparent” and “Mozart in the Jungle” and HBO’s “Silicon Valley” and “Veep” are nominated in the comedy category.
Los Angeles Times awards expert Glenn Whipp shared his picks for this year’s winners, explaining why "Mr. Robot” might be a surprise TV honoree.
To recap -- and set the stage for next week’s Oscar nominations -- the investigative reporting movie “Spotlight” is expected to take home the drama prize and Leonardo DiCaprio may clinch his third Golden Globe (out of 10 nominations) for his role as wounded trapper Hugh Glass in “The Revenant.” The actor, who has been nominated for an Oscar five times without a win, should be in contention to pick up an Academy Award too. The lead actress race seems to be a toss-up between “Carol” star Cate Blanchett, a nine-time Globes nominee and three-time winner, and “Room’s” Brie Larson.
Yes, “Mad Max: Fury Road” was nominated. Click through to see more 73rd Golden Globe nomination surprises and snubs.(Open Road Films; Warner Bros.; AMC; Starz)
It’s not often a summer blockbuster is among the mix during awards season, but “Mad Max: Fury Road” earned a nomination in the very competitive drama picture category, edging out films such as “Steve Jobs,” “Bridge of Spies” and “Straight Outta Compton.” Director George Miller was also nominated.(Jasin Boland / Warner Bros. Pictures)
While “Spotlight” was nominated in the drama picture category, none of the film’s actors were recognized. The film’s two other nominations were for directing and screenwriting.(Kerry Hayes )
Perennial Golden Globes favorite Johnny Depp was not recognized for his turn as Whitey Bulger in “Black Mass,” which some consider a more awards-worthy performace than some of his past roles that earned him nominations. “Black Mass” was not recognized in any category.(Warner Bros.)
The Golden Globes haven’t shied away from recognizing new talent when it comes to nominations, but it was still a surprise to see Rachel Bloom of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” among the nominees for TV comedy actress.(Eddy Chen / The CW)
Another new series to get some love from the HFPA is “Mr. Robot.” The show was among those nominated for drama series, and both Rami Malek and Christian Slater earned acting nods, making “Mr. Robot” one of the top TV nominees.(David Giesbrecht / USA Network)
It should no longer come as a surprise that Netflix is racking up awards nominations, but most did not expect to see “Narcos” in the mix for the very competitive drama series category over shows including “Mad Men” or “House of Cards.” Wagner Moura also earned a nomination in the TV drama actor category.(Daniel Daza / Netflix)
When it comes to Amazon comedy series, “Transparent” tends to get the spotlight, but “Mozart in the Jungle” came out with 2 Golden Globe nominations -- one for comedy series and the other for lead actor Gael García Bernal.(Amazon Studios)
Hulu’s “Casual” was also among the comedy series nominees. Network shows were completely shut out in the category.(Hulu)
It was out with the old, in with the new in many categories, including the highly competitive TV drama actress race.was one of three newcomers in the field for her portrayal of Vanessa Ives in “Penny Dreadful.”(Jonathan Hession / Showtime)
This year’s nominees show the HFPA embracing genre fare that is often overlooked by other awards shows, including “Outlander.” The show is among those nominated in the drama series race, and both Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies were nominated in acting categories.(Neil Davidson / Starz)
That Aziz Ansari earned a comedy series actor nomination for his role in “Master of None” is not as surprising as the fact that only one of last year’s nominees made it back to the list. The rest of the field (including Ansari) is made up of performances for shows in their freshman season.(K.C. Bailey / Netflix)
The last year of “Mad Men” was only recognized in one category. Jon Hamm earned the show’s sole nomination for actor in a TV drama series.(Justina Mintz / AMC)
Perhaps one of the most surprising nominations was the ballet drama “Flesh and Bone” in the limited series or TV movie category. Sara Hay also earned a nomination for actress in a limited series or TV movie. But it wouldn’t be the Golden Globes without a few headscratchers.(Patrick Harbron / Starz)
As for musical or comedy, Adam McKay’s financial-meltdown film “The Big Short” was tapped by Whipp as the clear winner, had Matt Damon’s Mars-stranded astronaut tale “The Martian” not been in the same category. The placement of Ridley Scott’s science adventure raised numerous eyebrows on nominations morning and made it a tough contender against the star-packed “Big Short.” Damon is also expected to take home the lead actor prize, while pals Lawrence (“Joy”) and Schumer (“Trainwreck”) and their new high-profile friendship will keep things interesting in the lead actress race.
“Mr. Robot” and its star Rami Malek are expected to win big in the TV drama category, while “Outlander’s” Caitriona Balfe is expected to deliver an upset in the lead actress race. On the comedy side, Amazon’s transgender dramedy “Transparent” appears to be the clear pick, while Gael Garcia Bernal’s kooky conductor from “Mozart in the Jungle” and Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Emmy-loved Selena Meyer of “Veep” are expected to get some love.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. announced this year’s crop of presenters in three waves leading up to the show, with many current and previous nominees among them. Here’s the complete list in the order that they were announced:
Amy Adams, Jaime Alexander, Patricia Arquette, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx (whose daughter Corrinne Foxx will be serving as Miss Golden Globe this year), Mel Gibson, Amber Heard, Bryce Dallas Howard, Kate Hudson, 2016 nominee Helen Mirren, Julianne Moore, 2016 nominee Eddie Redmayne, Kurt Russell, J.K. Simmons, Channing Tatum and Olivia Wilde.
“Supergirl” star Melissa Benoist, 2016 nominee Viola Davis, Morgan Freeman, Grant Gustin, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kevin Hart, 2016 nominee Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Howard, Ken Jeong, Dwayne Johnson, Michael Keaton, 2016 nominee Lady Gaga, Eva Longoria, Jennifer Lopez, Jason Statham and Mark Wahlberg.
Kate Bosworth, Sophia Bush, Damon, Chris Evans, Will Ferrell, Tom Ford, Tom Hanks, Jonah Hill, John Krasinski, Katy Perry, Andy Samberg and Schumer.
So when you see them and other celebs walking the red carpet and wonder if they’re nominated, know that most of them are not -- though they could just be there for the open bar.
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